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Ministry helps refugees find a home

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Ministry helps refugees find a home

Just outside of downtown Lexington, Kentucky Refugee Ministries integrated a little over 300 refugees from all over the world into the Lexington community in the last year.

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The UK United Students Against Sweatshops Local 73 organization urged students to remember the Rana Plaza factory tragedy that claimed more than 1,000 lives last year.

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UK football player pleads not guilty in rape case; warrant provides new details

UK football freshman defensive end Lloyd Tubman pleaded not guilty on a first-degree rape charge and was released to his parents on $10,000 bond during his court arraignment on Wednesday in Fayette County District Court, according to court documents.

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Mural celebrates Keeneland

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Mural celebrates Keeneland

Michael Kirby spent much of Tuesday working on a horse-themed mural to go on the wall of the Fine Arts Building, despite the blustery weather conditions.

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Flu shots available throughout October

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UK supplied flu shots for employees and students for the first day this year on Tuesday in the Student Center.

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Professor leads patient program

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Director of the Center for Health Services Research Mark Williams was approved to lead a $14.9 million “Effectiveness in Transitional Care” project from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institution, UK announced Tuesday.

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UK football defensive end Lloyd Tubman charged with first-degree rape

UK freshman defensive end Lloyd Tubman has been charged by the UK Police Department with first-degree rape after an on-campus sexual assault was reported, according to a university release and the Fayette County Jail.

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Painting the town pink

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Painting the town pink

Several buildings on UK’s campus were illuminated with pink lights Monday night to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness month, UK president Eli Capilouto announced in a campus-wide email Monday.

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International council works to continue growth

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This year’s International Student Council has more than doubled in number and hopes to continue the trend into the next year, said current ISC president Sarita Gustely, a vocal performance and international studies major.

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Tutoring services in chemistry, math brought to north campus

Tutoring services for chemistry, math, physics and other subjects are now easily available for students on north campus.

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