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Street celebrations unite students

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Street celebrations unite students

Outsiders look down on the partying because of the violent and promiscuous behavior that gets all of the publicity, but they fail to acknowledge the positive aspects. Amidst all of the debauchery following UK’s basketball successes, students found unity.

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Personal matters should not always lead to political scandals

When it comes to political scandals, there is nothing the American public loves more than one involving a politician’s personal life.

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Calipari’s bonuses could total $650,000 at tournament’s end

John Calipari’s smile on Saturday was not only because his team had made it to the National Championship; He was smiling because he knew thousands of dollars would be flowing into his bank account.

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State Street is decadent and depraved

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State Street is decadent and depraved

I walked onto State Street not long after UK beat the Wisconsin to gain a spot in the National Championship. The air was cool, and what I saw, chilling.

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Close Senate race ahead in November

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Close Senate race ahead in November

Republicans plan to focus their attacks heavily on Democrats in the Senate who backed the troubled “Obamacare” law in order to uproot them from power in over a dozen states.

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Why you should pay attention to politics now

Last week the Supreme Court handed down their opinion in the McCutcheon v. Federal Elections Commission case, striking down the judgment that there can be a limit to a person’s campaign contributions.

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The real battle Saturday will be on State Street

Cats and Badgers fans will sit anxiously on Saturday waiting for the outcome of the Final Four. It could all come down to the final moments of game and only one school will rise victorious.

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‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ lacks storytelling, director continues his predictable style

When Wes Anderson released his eighth feature film, “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” his legion of fans crawled from the woodwork to anoint his unmatched whimsical talent.

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A trip to Paris yields a broader sense of style

This Spring Break I took the rare opportunity of bypassing parties on Panama City beaches and clubbing in Miami, Fla. for an unforgettable tour of the most inspiring and romantic city in existence — Paris, France.

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Women don’t have to feel like damsels in distress

The damsel in distress, one of my least favorite tropes, is present in every form of popular media and needs to disappear as soon as possible.

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