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Scheduled bus route will better serve students

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The wheels on the bus continue to go ‘round and ‘round, but instead of scrambling around campus on weekends, the new Green route bus service is a better service for UK students. Think logistically. In years past, what was formerly the on-demand CATS bus wasted an insane amount of gas and time jumping all over […]

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TaxiCats offers cheap cab rides in tough times

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UK students now have a cheaper and safer way to get around campus when driving or bike-riding isn’t an option. TaxiCats, a program started by the All American Taxi company, is offering students with a valid UK ID a $2 cab ride per person. The company is working with Student Government, the Genesis Group and […]

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Column by Taylor Shelton While sitting through a Student Government Senate meeting for the first time ever last week, I found it hard to believe just how many statements by SG senators started with “I don’t know as much as I should.” Regardless of the fact that these individuals were elected in order to serve […]

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Kernel cartoon

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Kernel cartoon
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Column by Jacob Sims Instead of slinging political bullets and continuing to breathe life into our current dying political firestorm of discordant messages and partisanship, like some columnists have done in the past couple weeks, I’d like to make a clear distinction between those who trust politicians and those who trust individual philanthropy as a […]

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While UK’s need to “see green” is a step in the right direction, the university needs to make sure it is taking the most cost-effective path to fund a more eco-friendly campus. According to an article in the Kernel on Friday, the university has taken the necessary steps to cut down energy costs on campus. […]

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Get the most from what USP can offer

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Column by Wesley Robinson Most college students complain about the requirements that you have to take in order to graduate, usually citing their uselessness for future ventures. What good is a foreign language or a cross-cultural class if you want to be a dentist? How are you benefitted by a basic writing class if you […]

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Sometimes walking away is the best course of action

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Tolerance is an important issue that needs attention on campus. As college students, we should be able to interact and understand opinions different from our own. College is a time to meet and interact with a diverse group of people. However, Brother Rick is an exception to the rule. The evangelical pastor who announces his […]

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Kentucky has found itself in the fold of what could turn out to be an international online gaming dispute. And it’s dug itself into a pretty deep jurisdiction debate. The Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet claims the state has the jurisdiction to protect its borders, the Kernel reported Wednesday — including all that goes […]

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Column by Tim Riley One of the defining characteristics of humanity is the variety of skills among its members. Some people are artisans adept at using their hands to create. Others use their mind to design robots to travel and explore other planets. Not everyone can excel at every possible human pursuit though, which leaves […]

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