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Greeks slip and slide at Delta Zeta’s annual Turtle Tug

Students gathered around both sides of an inflatable pool and cheered, waiting to see who would take a tumble into the lime green Jell-O.

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UK’s Wiseman will retire after 11 years

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UK’s Wiseman will retire after 11 years

Bob Wiseman, the vice president for facilities management, has announced his retirement after an 11-year career at UK

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A study in sustainability

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A study in sustainability

While most students are taking classes inside, others are working under the sun, putting the finishing touches on portable living space prototypes outside Pence Hall.

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The “see tomorrow” Speaker Series on Thursday in the UK Athletics Association Auditorium of the W.T. Young Library sparked the discussion of disability resources and student affairs on campus.

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From his time as the first and only African American student body president at the University of Toledo to his commentary on how to create diversity, journalist Jeff Johnson said he is passionate about how people communicate about race and racism.

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Workshop shows a hands-on way to teach gardening

A workshop at the UK Arboretum on Tuesday aimed to teach educators hands-on ways to teach their own students about gardening.

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Stadium update on track

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Stadium update on track

Chunks of concrete are strewn throughout Commonwealth Stadium as part of the renovations going on in the home of UK football.

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‘Zombies’ protest privatization outside president’s office

Students shouting “No outsourcing and no Sodexo!” were audible from the front entrance of the Main Building Monday afternoon as members of UK United Students Against Sweatshops protested UK dining privatization with a sit-in at President Eli Capilouto’s office.

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Wildcat named Truman Scholar

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A political science junior and member of UK’s tennis team will be awarded $30,000 after being named a Truman Scholar for her work in public service.

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Around 60 students gathered Wednesday to learn everything from Facebook privacy to drinking alcohol with work colleagues.

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