In the age of a biracial president, it is trendy in certain circles to speak of the beginning of a post-racial America. So, how has far racial equality actually come in Lexington? To answer this question and more, UK Kentuckians for the Commonwealth will be hosting an educational event called the “The Role of Race […]
With our diverse Senate ticket and the support of the student body, we plan to strengthen student relationships with the administration, the city of Lexington, student organizations and Student Government itself in order to bring our university’s community closer together.
(Thursday’s Kernel Editorial: President Bilas, we’re stuck in the middle with you) was garbage; plain and simple. Think of the UK basketball team. Do you only support them when they’re winning, or are you behind them all the way? Mr. Bilas has done a phenomenal job as Student Government President. He is loyal to the […]
To those who left comments on my letter, I felt I needed to respond. I am sorry to disappoint you, but I do, and did know that the athletics department and the academic department are kept completely separate.
An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind.
Well, David Morrissey will be looking to retaliate with several eyes after the cliff hanger ending in season three’s midseason finale of “The Walking Dead.” The Governor now sports a menacing eye patch to cover the epitome of his secrets and to rally his community against the dangers that lie beyond the town of Woodbury, setting up an eminent battle between himself and Rick Grimes.
Wow. (Tuesday’s) article in the opinions section by Andrew Stith was well written and well argued. I am beyond impressed. As someone who identifies myself to be heterosexual but not narrow-minded, I appreciate how Mr. Stith’s argument had facts to back up his opinion — and that he did not quote the Bible to discuss […]
The author of the letter to the editor in the Jan., 16 issue of the Kentucky Kernel recycles many outdated arguments against the right of LGBT couples to marry. All of them have been refuted in other forums, and I intend to refute them here as well.
On Jan. 16, I picked up a copy of the Kernel on my way to class. I normally find interesting columns and maybe see a funny comic strip, but today I was really in shock when I read a letter to the editor. “A Defense of Traditional Marriage in the U.S.” actually made me send […]
National championships, top recruits, new coaches, millions in renovations: these are the words I hear associated with the University of Kentucky. As a student I have to ask, Is this what makes a university? In the uncertain economic times in which we live is this where our focus should be? As a non-traditional student, (I […]
I realize that back pages of a newspaper generally function as a public forum for different points of view. Some issues are very complicated such that a 300-400 word response does not fully do the subject justice. Other topics are too value-laden, too dense for easy summation. Last week’s letter by Michael Butler in defense […]