Any of the immigration reform plans, including Sen. Rand Paul’s plan, do not attack the main issues.
On March 27 the ABC Nightly News broadcast information concerning the new head of the CIA clandestine unit.
In the ever-worsening civil liberties climate that Americans face today, our universities must remain a bastion for free speech.
With the upcoming event at UK’s Memorial Hall, “Cold Case Christianity” (Wednesday at 7 p.m.), about an LAPD cold-case detective who investigated the death of Jesus, I started thinking about Easter and how it is important to investigate what we actually believe. In a culture where truth is advertised and information overflows, we find ourselves […]
The University of Kentucky’s School of Music is among the most thriving programs at the university. The UK bands, UK choirs, UK Symphony Orchestra and the UK Opera Theatre constantly turn out world-class artists and receive the highest national recognition year after year. However, in lieu of the latest flooding in the Fine Arts Building, […]
President Capilouto faces an important choice this semester.
The Student Senate recently passed a proposal to allocate $6,700 to the College of Arts and Sciences Academic Advising Center to create new student employment opportunities.
It is absolutely essential, for the future of UK, that Roshan Palli and Jake Ingram be elected president and vice president of SGA.
The race for student body president has become a critical and important choice facing all students of this university, particularly with the recent changes and ambitious plans in place regarding the future of our campus.
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 […]