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Students should branch out  when enrolling for classes

As the semester winds down and we sign up for classes next semester, students could benefit from stepping back and taking courses in a variety of subjects rather than solely focusing within their major.

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McConnell should not give voters a reason to vote against Republicans

Though the Republicans fared slightly better last week among black voters and slightly worse among women voters than they did in 2010, we have no reason to believe these groups find favor with Republicans.

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Female Captain Marvel will further franchise

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Female Captain Marvel will further franchise

Last week, Marvel Studios dumped a load of announcements on movie fans about its Phase Three projects. Among the good news was the announcement of the first recent Marvel movie to feature a female lead, “Captain Marvel.”

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People should understand NASCAR confrontation

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People should understand NASCAR confrontation

UK dunked and sprinted its way to a exhibition victory over Pikeville. It did not hold a candle to the action at Texas Motor Speedway, for better or for worse.

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We should not be afraid to learn about other cultures

This year, UK’s College of Arts and Sciences has chosen the Year of the Middle East for its Passport to the World program, featuring a series of events and lectures focusing on the cultural and the historical aspects of Middle Eastern countries.

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Grimes’ link to Obama key in race

Kentucky doesn’t trust Senator Mitch McConnell. Perhaps the only politician we collectively hate and distrust more is President Barack Obama.

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Art museum reveals history

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Art museum reveals history

At my first visit to the UK Art Museum, one of the most striking pieces was the results of a 1972 poll asking, “If elections were held today, for which candidate would you vote?” I could not help but question why this was hung on the wall where traditional paintings are expected.

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Halloween is by far the best holiday

Between the horror movie marathons on television, seeing decorations on houses and inside department stores, and deciding which costume to wear, the buildup for Halloween is almost as good as the holiday itself.

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More online class opportunities should be available

Students’ burden has continued to rise as the cost of living and existing in college has grown in the last decade. Tuition costs have risen, as well as costs for books, living spaces and the like.

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Sci-Fi author comes to Lexington

Patrick Rothfuss is coming to Joseph Beth Booksellers on Saturday, Nov. 1. I was going to come up with an exciting lead-in, but I think that statement just about maxes out the excitement meter.

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