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Family Weekend, spanning activities from Friday through Sunday, used a mix of campus and community events to introduce families to some of the fall attractions Lexington offers, said student affairs officer Nancy Stephens of New Student and Parent Programs.

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UK celebrated its diverse family culture with the first-ever International Tent/Tailgate Party from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at the corner of University and Cooper Drive.

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Festivities get a magical start

Families received a magical introduction to UK Friday night as standup magician Derek Hughes enchanted parents and students with sleight-of-hand and wry humor.

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UK alerted students of a reported armed robbery on Columbia and Pennsylvania Avenues shortly before midnight Thursday.

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Greek organizations ‘Bring It On’ for Lexington nonprofits

Greek organization members cheered, tumbled, danced and stunted to popular music at Kappa Delta and Beta Theta Pi’s annual “Bring It On” event in the Singletary Center Thursday night.

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Magician to kick off family weekend

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Family weekend will open Friday with magic and amusement courtesy of standup magician Derek Hughes in Memorial Hall at 8 p.m.

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Big Blue Pantry assists students

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The UK Center for Community Outreach is supporting students in need with a new initiative — the Big Blue Pantry.

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Public invited to seminar on digital privacy

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The Kentucky Law Journal and the UK College of Law are presenting an event aimed at educating the public about their privacy rights, particularly in a generation where privacy is becoming harder to keep.

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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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