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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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Plant poses problems for UK and arboretum

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Though fragrant and beautiful in appearance, bush honeysuckle is near the top of every gardener’s blacklist, especially in Eastern Kentucky.

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Crowds dress up, dance at 45th Beaux Arts Ball

Lights flashed and heavy bass pumped out of Buster’s Billiards & Backroom on Saturday night.

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Ambitious ladies, energetic dance moves, fierce catwalks, Beyonce hits, business suits and evening gowns were just some of the things that graced the Memorial Hall stage during the second annual Miss Omega Scholarship Pageant put on by the men of Omega Psi Phi fraternity, Inc. on Monday.

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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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Dog lovers of all kinds will gather at 9 a.m. on Saturday at Thoroughbred Park for a walk sponsored by local volunteer organization PAWS to take a stand against Breed Specific Legislation and discrimination of “bully-breed” dogs.

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