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A Dreamcoat of many colors

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A Dreamcoat of many colors

Beyond the vocal and instrumental noise emanating from the practice rooms, an assembly of students busily hand-sewed sequins onto Converse shoes.

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It’s time to register for fall 2014, but UK course offerings are not always in plain view. Here are some new and revived courses for students to consider while enrolling:

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Bill Rosemann, writer and editor at Marvel Comics, sat down with a Kernel reporter to talk about his comic books and his role in the industry.

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The UK Department of Theatre hosted its first student choreography showcase called “Spring Selections,” on Friday in the Movement Studio of the Fine Arts Building.

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Kernel alumna dies at age 87

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Pat Gish, who, with her husband Tom, challenged the powerful institutions of rural southeastern Kentucky through a crusading weekly newspaper in Letcher County, died Sunday at the age of 87.

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New restaurant to replace Ramsey’s

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The High Street and Woodland Avenue neighborhood said farewell to Ramsey’s Diner at the beginning of February, but workers are preparing the building for a new southern-style eatery to be named Chatham’s.

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The April 1 robbery on campus caused one student organization to question the university’s gun policy, but UK stands by its decision to prohibit deadly weapons on campus.

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Actor Morgan Freeman visits campus to raise money for scholarship

The man who has portrayed everything from a pimp to God took questions in the Singletary Center at 7 p.m. Monday night.

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Local TED Talk hopes to inspire change

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Six professors and two students spoke Saturday at the W.T. Young Library in a TED Talk hoping to inspire people to change the university and the world.

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More than a taste: ‘Taste of Africa’ features cuisine, dance

Taste of Africa, in its sixth year, featured performances of African dances, songs, poetry, fashion and a buffet of African cuisine.

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