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A budget should cover expenses like course fees, tuition and housing, as well as books, food, transportation and personal items, said JoeLynn Noe, planning and financial operations director for enrollment management.

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UK hopes to improve patients’ quality of life

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This preservation prevents the chemotherapy and radiation therapy from destroying the reproductive organs so that individuals can still safely have children once the treatment is over.

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UK expands dining choices with Common Grounds

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UK expands dining choices with Common Grounds

University of Kentucky faculty and students celebrated the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the newly installed Common Grounds on Tuesday in the roadside entrance to the Champions Court residence halls on the corner of Avenue of Champions and Martin Luther King Boulevard.

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Tuning up a friendship: Lexington resident offers guitar to once-ailing friend

A $12,000 charity guitar has become a tangible reminder of an amazing week and 15 years of friendship.

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Ceremony celebrates new dining facility: Administrators, students break ground for building at “the 90″

Notable members of the UK and Lexington community gathered outside of the Kirwan-Blanding complex Monday morning to hold a groundbreaking ceremony which detailed plans to develop a new state-of-the-art dining facility.

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Students manage $2.2 million

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Two student management investment funds have been out in charge if managing $2.2 million between them in UK endowment funds in 2014-2015.

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LNFS increases collaborations

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The Late Night Film Series’ collaborative movies have increased even as the number of departments working with the student group has decreased, said Zachary Lamb, a graduate higher education in student affairs student who manages LNFS with nine undergraduates.

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Construction inconveniences students

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Construction inconveniences students

Big construction on the Gatton Building equals small inconveniences for students and residents, said Kenneth Troske, senior associate dean and project manager for the Gatton College.

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Guest speaker explains culture through food with ‘Kosher Soul’ event

Michael W. Twitty, a food writer and historian, demonstrated how food can bridge the gap between cultures at the “Kosher Soul” event in the Student Center Monday evening.

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Unlike in high school, when distracting electronics were kept out of classrooms, UK professors are adapting to trends by including social media in their teaching plans.

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