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UK testing new treatment for Parkinson’s

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Dr. Craig van Horne is testing a unique treatment for Parkinson’s disease in UK’s College of Medicine.

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A museum in the Student Center aimed to educate students on the plights of marginalized people throughout time.

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Fans greet Cats at airport, Rupp

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Fans greet Cats at airport, Rupp

The UK basketball team was greeted with cheers and jubilation when it returned to Rupp Arena after finishing as the runner-up in the 2014 NCAA Tournament.

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Organizations urge students to ‘kick butts’

The UK cheerleading squad and other students gathered at the Rose Street Walkway on Tuesday to promote UK’s tobacco-free campus and spread awareness of the dangers of smoking.

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Vacant house set fire on State St.

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Vacant house set fire on State St.

A vacant house on State Street “was intentionally set” on fire early Tuesday morning, Lexington fire Battalion Chief Mark Harvey said.

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Sororities to participate in fashion show

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The UK Panhellenic Council will be sponsoring its annual Spring Fashion Show Wednesday from at 5 p.m. at Worsham Theater in the Student Center.

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State Street house ‘intentionally set’ on fire Tuesday morning

A vacant house on State Street “was intentionally set” on fire early Tuesday morning.

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A person was hit by a train near the post-game gatherings on State Street on Monday night, said Sherelle Roberts, Lexington police spokeswoman. The individual was found alive by the Lexington Fire Department, Roberts said. The Fire Department got to the individual via Burley Avenue, which sits across the tracks from Transcript Avenue near State […]

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Despite loss, fans flock to streets

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Despite loss, fans flock to streets

Sweatshirts were set ablaze Monday night as hundreds of UK fans mourned their team’s loss to the UConn.

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Students can major or minor in writing, rhetoric and digital studies starting in fall 2014, the Board of Trustees announced last week.

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