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Professor, wildlife specialist dead at 56

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Thomas G. Barnes, 56, extension professor and wildlife extension specialist, died Sunday morning in his home in Barbourville according to a report from the Lexington Herald-Leader.

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UK receives grant to fight obesity

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UK received a $1.8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to work toward lower high obesity rates in six counties throughout Kentucky.

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Pharmacy team competes

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The five-student UK College of Pharmacy clinical skills team reached the quarterfinals of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) Clinical Pharmacy Challenge.

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Group pushes for inclusive restrooms

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Members of the UK LGBT Council and OUTsource are pushing UK to provide access to more gender inclusive restrooms on campus.

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Students get a touch of midterm relief

Students gathered in the Hub of the William T. Young Library from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday for some free stress relief.

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Performance discusses war, race and family

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Performance discusses war, race and family

Mitzi Sinnott performed her one-woman show “SNAPSHOT” at the Worsham Theatre Tuesday night and tackled concepts like what people know about war, the role of a father and coming from a biracial background.

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McConnell, Grimes face off

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Kentucky Senate race contenders Sen. Mitch McConnell, Republican, and Alison Lundergan Grimes, Democrat, faced off for their first and likely only televised debate Monday evening on KET’s “Kentucky Tonight” with host Bill Goodman serving as moderator.

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Problems surrounding the adult entertainment industry, like gender and economic issues, will be the focus of Wednesday evening’s debate between adult film actor and documentary subject Ron Jeremy and pastor Craig Gross.

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UK to feature award-nominated one-woman show

The UK Martin Luther King Center has invited Mitzi Sinnott to perform her solo show “SNAPSHOT,” which is inspired by Sinnott’s own life events.

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Chance The Rapper performs on campus

“I can tell this is going to be one of them loud rooms,” said Chance the Rapper, headliner of the Student Activities Board’s fall concert.

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