As I look around the classroom, I begin to see a vibrant student population of all races, creeds, religions, cultures and sexualities. But when I look toward the front of the classroom, where the pillar of education stands and teaches, I struggle to see diversity.
Every November, my television and radio bombard me with advertisements telling me why Politician A is better than Politician B and vice versa. Most people look at voting as some sacred ritual with which “our voices” will be heard. It will be different this time, is what they seem to imply.
As I followed news coverage of Constitution Week at UK ’14, a raspy voice from nearly 35 years ago came back to me.
Free speech is ugly at times, as in this case, but it is to be vehemently protected, not self-righteously dismissed.
(The U.S. spends) a large amount of money on military spending to prevent unrest and promote stability. However, appropriate preventative measures are not being taken.
Mr. Arensdorf’s column perfectly demonstrated how misguided some people can be. Just like the leaked photos, I hope you can avoid his column.
Men and women are different. Why? Because our culture socially distinguishes between the two common sexes: male and female. And males and females are biologically different in many ways you can research on your own time.
Regarding the upcoming SG election, the Ingram-Jackson ticket stands apart as the best representation of the students to this university. Mariel Jackson serves as a senator at-large and vice chair of the academic and student affairs committee.
In Monday’s op-ed, “Gay marriage: legal opposition isn’t out of the question,” Matt Young, used outdated and flawed arguments.
I was thrilled to spot a headline like “Today’s Dating is Outdated” in the Kentucky Kernel on Thursday, Jan. 30. Unfortunately, less than 10 lines in, I almost choked on my tea. Here is my response to key points of this decidedly “outdated” column.