By Will Wright email@example.com Lexington police arrested a third individual in connection to the murder of Kentucky Kernel photo editor Jonathan Krueger. A 17-year-old male was charged with murder, robbery, and tampering with physical evidence in connection with the shooting on the 400 block of East Maxwell Street near campus. Police said they do not […]
By Will Wright firstname.lastname@example.org Neither suspect in the shooting of Kentucky Kernel photo editor Jonathan Krueger said a word in Fayette County District Court this afternoon. Defense attorneys for Efrain Diaz Jr., 20, and Justin Delone Smith, 18, entered not guilty pleas to the charges of murder and first-degree robbery. Smith was also charged with tampering […]
By Will Wright email@example.com Lexington police arrested two suspects less than a day after Kentucky Kernel photo editor Jonathan Krueger was shot and killed near campus. Justin Delone Smith, 18, and Efrain Diaz Jr., 20, were charged with murder and first-degree robbery the shooting. Smith was also charged with tampering with physical evidence, and fleeing […]
“Jon was the little brother I never had,” said Luke Lewis, Krueger’s Big Brother in Beta Theta Pi fraternity. “He was always down to have fun, no matter what the circumstance. He didn’t care who you were, as long as you were willing to hang out with him and have fun. I think that was one of the most awesome things about him. He could get along with anybody.”
The scholarship’s online GoFundMe account raised more than $14,200 by press time Sunday night.
“The whole event was about audience interactivity,” Goodwin said. “There is a genre within performance art where the performer asks for help or assistance and the only way that the performance can happen is with audience participation. The way the participants will respond is unpredictable and the performance has to change very quickly in response to the environment.”
GAYla was sponsored by OUTsource, Shades of Pride and the Gay Straight Alliance, and raised money for those organizations and for Big Blue Pantry. Students who came to the event were allowed entry with a canned food donation.
“What we’re seeing now … is that even though it’s the way that western nations have been accustomed to interacting with non-western countries and using human rights as a principle of negotiation, what we’re finding is that that’s just one of many ways that countries negotiate with each other,” said Douglas Janoff, a diplomat in residence in the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce.
“You may have noticed that construction has already begun on the blue basketball courts behind the Joe Craft Center,” Eric Monday, the Vice President for Finance and Administration, wrote in a campus-wide email. “Though this is a high traffic venue, we determined, after careful consideration, that this is the best space for the temporary UK Bookstore. We apologize for any disruption and will be back in touch soon about new campus recreation options for north campus, which we are currently finalizing.”