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Brooks honored in Maker’s Mark series for charity

Maker’s Mark is adding another blue and white bottle to its collection, this time honoring the success of UK football head coach Rich Brooks. The new addition is included in the Maker’s Mark/Keeneland limited edition charitable bottle series that supports UK projects. This year’s bottle will feature Brooks, celebrating the turnaround of the football program […]

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About 800 white crosses were set up as a display on campus Monday, each representing about five babies that would be aborted in the US that day. UK Students for Life put the crosses for “Cemetery of Innocents” in the area between White Hall Classroom Building and the Ralph G. Anderson Building to give people […]

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Students run to honor Tom May

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Students run to honor Tom May

By Kendall Gottler Tom May had a passion for running and for helping people. On Saturday, more than 150 people gathered to run in May’s memory. May, a mechanical engineering junior at UK, died in a car accident in the fall. The accident took place on the way back from Baptist Campus Ministry’s fall retreat. […]

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By Kelly Berger On Sunday, volunteers from the UK ROTC went to New Mexico to participate in the 20th Annual Bataan Memorial Death March. The march takes place in high desert terrain and helps honor the heroic services of members who helped defend the Philippine Islands during World War II. During the Bataan Death March, […]

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English junior Elaine Collins felt alone and ashamed after she was sexually assaulted. At Take Back the Night last year, she stepped up to the open mic to talk about her experience and saw a group of people who were encouraging and understood what she was going through. The shame started to go away. “The […]

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Four UK groups will host the final planned debate of the 2009 Student Government election Monday. The debate will be centered around diversity issues on campus ranging from race to military veterans issues, said James Davidson Jr., president of the UK chapter of the NAACP, one of the groups sponsoring the event. The other sponsors […]

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Exhibit highlights math, science of origami

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By Iryna Dzyubynska An exhibit beginning Monday at UK will feature intricate origami based on mathematical science. “Origami: The Art of Science and Mathematics” will display the work of Duk Lee, an associate professor of mathematics at Asbury College, in three UK libraries: the W.T. Young Library, the Lucille Caudill Little Fine Arts Library and […]

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By Sarah Wilder College students often struggle to eat right because of large portions and an unbalanced diet, a UK dietitian said. March is National Nutrition Month, and Jill Kindy, a dietitian with University Health Service, said that most college students neglect fruits and vegetables. She also said that most students get in trouble with […]

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Friday, March 27, will be a day that goes down in the UK basketball history books. As players and coaches arrived and exited the Wildcat Lodge in the cold, dreary rain, the news was obvious, but the emotions and feelings of the news were not. “He’s a hard working coach and I have a lot […]

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It may not have been enough time to get the job done, but at this point, something had to give. Former UK head coach Joe B. Hall and former player Kenny Walker both agreed with the decision to not bring back Billy Gillispie as head coach. However, both said they could see either side of […]

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