Taha Mandviwala, a theatre junior who has appeared in productions like last year’s “Zombie Town,” said he has a passion for character acting and voice-overs. He plays 15 of the speaking roles. He and theatre junior Rob Miller, the play’s “clowns,” portray all but four of the named characters.
Gregory holds the rare distinction being not only the first African-American Judge in his district, but also the first judge to be appointed by members of two different political parties.
At about 1:30 p.m., the National Weather Service posted that snow would continue to fall through Monday evening, mainly in Central Kentucky. The snowfall would range from four to nine inches over Southern Indiana, to 12 to 16 inches over portions of East Central Kentucky. A Winter Storm Warning remained in effect until 1 a.m. […]
On Sunday morning, Kelly Melton carried a nerf gun that reached past his shoulder onto the Memorial Coliseum stage for the annual talent show. A few minutes later, he put it to good use against UK athletes and fellow cancer patients.
As student passed through the Student Center Friday afternoon, members of the African Students’ Association gathered to educate campus and debunk common African stereotypes.
Jordans and jerseys filled the south courts at the Seaton Center Sunday afternoon for a basketball tournament with two aims — to win a new ball signed by Julius Randle and the Harrison twins, and to bridge a wide culture gap.