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Golden Forks 2013-14: The award goes to…

Years ago — or so the legend goes — an embittered Kernel editor came back to the office upset, hurt, insulted. A prominent campus figure had unfairly harangued the young reporter for an offense that he did not commit.

After more than a year, the university has finally announced it will change the alcohol policy after more than a year of waiting.

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Disc golf equal to ‘ball golf’

The arrogance and high-and-mighty attitude of ball golfers can be seen in their dress codes and heard in their criticism of disc golf.

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Class schedules should not make students miss Derby

Like many other UK students I’ve spoken with, I’m finding it hard to understand why UK is ending a week later than it has in years past, pushing our finals into Derby weekend.

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Golf is superior to disc golf

Golf is the hardest sport in the world to master. It takes more practice, more discipline and more mental fortitude than any other sport.

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Student Government optimistic about the future

Our focus this coming year will be supporting student organizations, improving student safety and making student government more open and inclusive. We are committed to listening to and interacting with students more than ever.

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Marijuana does not warrant Schedule I classification

I call into question the continued classification of marijuana as a Schedule I drug. If its continued classification as Schedule I is based upon “having no medical value,” the pursuit of a U.S. Patent exclusively for medical purposes renders the first statement void.

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Obama’s character goes beyond politics

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Obama’s character goes beyond politics

Obama has the kind of noble, respectable personality from which other politicians can learn a thing or two.

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Fears of feminism are misguided

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Fears of feminism are misguided

If you feel threatened by feminism, it’s time for you to get a grip.

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End of year brings farewells

The eight women embraced as they smiled for their picture in front of Jewell Hall on Saturday, where they lived together as college freshmen 48 years ago.

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