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While UK fans were camping around Memorial Coliseum for Big Blue Madness, students from different organizations gathered outside of the Singletary Center on Friday to participate in a fort-building competition.

Future entrepreneurs can get a jump at the UK Venture Challenge Kickoff on Tuesday from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the James F. Hardymon Theater in the Davis Marksbury Building.

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UK pharmaceutical sciences professor Chang-Guo Zhan is working on the first FDA-approved drugs to treat cocaine overdoses and addiction in the Molecular Modeling and Biopharmaceutical Center, according to information specialist senior Keith Hautala in an article for UKNow.

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After an unexpected demonstration of free speech rights Wednesday, students and teachers from Louisville’s duPont Manuel High School received an opportunity to put the lessons they learned into action.

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Police are looking for three women who are suspected of being involved in a “strong-arm robbery” in the UK Student Center Parking lot at about 8:40 p.m. Wednesday.

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Ransdell, a self-described pro-white candidate, discussed his platform that says American policy favors Israel over its own citizens and that there is a bias against white Americans in crime coverage and policy.

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Big Blue Madness ticket hopefuls tossed footballs and visited with neighbors in the tents that have sprung up on all sides of Memorial Coliseum and spread out around the marching band field.

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The Education Abroad Fair showcased a variety of international education programs provided by UK. Students could ask questions regarding issues like passports or financial aid.

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A major league gamer: Former engineering student focuses on successful video game career

Many kids play video games as a hobby, picking up a controller in their younger years and continuing to play them as they grow older.

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Citizen Kentucky’s Constitution Day celebration was decorated in red, white and blue and served American classics like apple pie, lemonade and other sweets to the students in the Cat’s Den on Tuesday.

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