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UK football defensive end Lloyd Tubman charged with first-degree rape

UK freshman defensive end Lloyd Tubman has been charged by the UK Police Department with first-degree rape after an on-campus sexual assault was reported, according to a university release and the Fayette County Jail.

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Painting the town pink

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Painting the town pink

Several buildings on UK’s campus were illuminated with pink lights Monday night to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness month, UK president Eli Capilouto announced in a campus-wide email Monday.

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International council works to continue growth

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This year’s International Student Council has more than doubled in number and hopes to continue the trend into the next year, said current ISC president Sarita Gustely, a vocal performance and international studies major.

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Tutoring services in chemistry, math brought to north campus

Tutoring services for chemistry, math, physics and other subjects are now easily available for students on north campus.

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Group urges voter registration

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Group urges voter registration

As the Monday deadline for general election voter registration approaches, Kentuckians for the Commonwealth ramped up its efforts to reach young and minority voters, said deputy director for voter empowerment Enchanta Jackson.

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Events highlight mental health

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The National Alliance on Mental Illness will be hosting three events this week to raise support for Mental Illness Awareness Week.

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Student sexually assaulted in dorm on Thursday

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A female student was sexually assaulted in a dorm on campus, UK police announced in a crime bulletin at 11:10 p.m. Thursday. The assault took place at about 11:45 a.m. that day, the bulletin read, and was reported to UKPD at about 4:15 p.m.

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UK embraces nerd culture

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Movies, music and art filled the atmosphere in the UK student center as students embraced nerd culture in the Rasdall Gallery.

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Four UK football players, Dorian Baker, Drew Barker, Tymere Dubose and Stanley Williams, were charged with second-degree disorderly conduct, according to Fayette County District Court documents.

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Memory slips may signal Alzheimer’s

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Since 1989, Kryscio, the associate director of the Alzheimer’s Disease Center at UK, and a group of researchers have assessed people who notice simple slips of memory to see if they eventually lead to a more serious issue.

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