The University of Kentucky and the UK Police Department made the right call in buying body cameras for their police officers.
Former Kentucky basketball star Rex Chapman will return to Turner Sports’ “TeamStream” broadcast of the Final Four game against Wisconsin. In other words, the voice representing our school on Saturday night will be that of a man being investigated for a $14,000 theft. In September, Chapman was arrested and accused of stealing thousands of dollars […]
While both tickets presented good ideas and platforms, the Kernel is confident students would see more responsible spending and realistic problem-solving if they elect Dwight Haggard and Taylor Dale Clark as president and vice president of the Student Government Association.
Critics of situations like the one in Ferguson often claim that cameras attached to police uniforms would limit instances of police brutality.
But on Dec. 3, a grand jury in New York City showed that even when a police officer is on camera using lethal force against an unarmed black man, it is nearly impossible to even indict the officer.
UK footballs’ showing Saturday against the University of Louisville resulted in countless instances of poor sportsmanship before the game even started, with the most embarrassing incident occurring between two coaches from each university.
The priority registration window has been open for all current UK students since 8 a.m. Wednesday, but that doesn’t necessarily mean everyone can register for classes.
We here at The Kentucky Kernel believe that if you’re going to implement a campus-wide policy, you should make sure that your staff and students have the tools and motivation to stand by the policy.
Editor’s note: Published below are the Kernel editorial board’s endorsements of candidates in the Lexington 3rd District council, Lexington Mayoral, Kentucky 6th Congressional District and U.S. Senate races. They consist of the majority opinion of the Kernel’s editorial board.