The Wednesday night die-in protest in the W. T. Young library elicited racist comments from anonymous Yik Yak users.
Three UK students, Kelly Moore, Tyesha Marshall and Rae’Esha Shabazz, organized the protests on Tuesday and Wednesday.
According to associate economics professor Aaron Yelowitz, a minimum wage hike isn’t necessarily the most effective way to boost a city’s economy.
According to a report from the UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment, Capilouto and other leaders from the U.S., Canada and Central America signed the Presidents’ Commitment to Food and Nutritional Security, a collaboration of almost 50 universities worldwide that seeks to alleviate the hunger of the world’s population.
Senior staff psychologist Tina Bryant from the UK Counseling Center and assistant professor of psychiatry Matthew Neltner with Health Service talked to the Kentucky Kernel about ways students can take care of their mental and physical health during finals week.
The Student Government Association donated one dollar to DanceBlue for every follower they gained between 12 a.m. and 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday up until they reached 6,000 followers.
UK art professor Lennon Michalski was one of the many local artists featured in this weekend’s Black Friday Sale at the Loudoun House in downtown Lexington.
A large crowd stood outside of one of the tallest buildings in downtown Lexington Friday night, as they waited patiently for the chance to see rapper Gorilla Zoe.