Dozens of UK students and Lexington residents visited the Singletary Center on Saturday and Sunday to witness contemporary dance moves with some retro costumes. Students from UK Dance Ensemble performed 12 dances to the beat of varying music, lighting and themes for the organization’s “Spring into Action” concert, which featured dance titles such as “The […]
UK students braved rainy conditions on Saturday to attend the 24th annual Arbor Day celebration hosted at the arboretum in Lexington.
Slamming pies in the faces of other students is usually unacceptable, but at Theta Chi fraternity’s “Shake the Stress Fest” on Wednesday, it was all for charity.
By Jared Hoskins email@example.com The National Student Exchange hosted an information session Wednesday in Miller Hall. Tourgee Simpson, UK’s NSE coordinator, offered background information for the NSE program and encouragement for prospective students. The National Student Exchange offers students the opportunity to study for one semester or a full year at one of nearly 200 […]
By Anne Halliwell firstname.lastname@example.org Chi Omega stepped their way to the first place sorority prize at the 2015 Stomp-a-palooza Thursday night in the Lexington Convention Center. The sorority’s routine, called “Chi O Freak Show,” incorporated gymnastics and drumming into the stomp-clap routine, as members in red and black harlequin makeup leapt across the stage. Delta […]
“Kakie just doesn’t live on the cutting edge of what’s new — she makes it happen,” said Rob Theakston, a friend and colleague of Urch.
By Megan Doll email@example.com The UK Dance Ensemble will present its spring concert at 8 p.m. on Saturday and at 2 p.m. on Sunday in the Singletary Center for the Arts’ Recital Hall. This semester’s concert will feature a variety of dance forms, including modern and contemporary dance, musical theatre and jazz. Student choreographers, along […]
Current residents of the new halls, including two resident advisers who previously lived in Blanding Tower and Blanding IV, said that while they enjoy living in the newly-built dorms this year because of the cleanliness and resources available, they miss living in the older buildings because of the social interaction and overall environment with other residents.
Kristina Anderson, a co-founder of the LiveSafe application recently adopted on campus, detailed the product’s potential for early reporting of crimes in her campus talk Wednesday night.