How could lower level democratic candidates, like state auditor, attorney general, and secretary of state get more votes than the democratic candidate for governor?
We hear it in our friend circles, from professors, our parents, the media and now in our campus newspaper. But are we really as sex-obsessed as society would have us believe, or is our generation just more open about the realities of dating and sex?
On college campuses the phrase “friend zone” is thrown out there a lot. You are bound to hear a story about a guy who has inevitably been banished to the friend zone by a girl he had been talking to for a while for being “too nice” or “too much like her brother.” Perhaps you […]
Earlier this week I visited The Roastery on W. Main to celebrate a cause near to my heart, as well as my Greek brothers’ and sisters’ hearts. Sigma Phi Epsilon and Alpha Delta Pi used this past week to raise awareness about sexual assault on campus through a #LiveYourOath campaign, fundraisers and on-campus events.
Americans love to complain about our current political system. They say politicians are selfish, corrupt and out of touch with the average American. This sentiment is evident in current elections as career politicians are coming second to candidates with no experience as elected officials. We see it at the presidential level with the success of […]
Despite only about 40 percent of UK students graduating in four years, UK is committed to the image of a four-year college experience. Along with increasing retention rates, the administration is working to increase this percentage with software that would allow students to plan their courses years in advance. The Graduation Planning system, expected to […]
Last Friday, Project Planned Parenthood set up a display on UK’s campus. If you happened to walk past it, you would have seen rows of hot pink crosses in the ground and large pink banners sporting facts about Planned Parenthood.