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Column by Zachary Kiser Something is desperately wrong in our America. That is a given. As I flip through the channels it seems as if every pundit or “expert” on every 24-hour news network has the real reason for what is going on in our America, and they are quick to point out how they […]

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I read the Kernel everyday in order to get a campus-level view of the events affecting my community. Although I don’t always agree with the opinions in the articles and editorials, I appreciate them and know they contribute to the overall campus dialogue. I can always pick up the Kernel and learn something that I […]

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Kernel cartoon

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Every two weeks, the Student Government Senate meets in a big room to discuss big campus issues. But are there big changes that come out of these meetings? Unless these issues are brought up by members of SG in the form of Senate Special Projects, requiring funding to sponsor a college event or club trip, […]

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Column by Luke Murray If you have a really cool idea this afternoon, who would you go talk to about it? You might tell your friends, family or a knowledgeable businessperson you know. Perhaps you could even ask an investor to give you the money you need to try it out. Surprisingly, however, one of […]

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Column by CJ Conklin A local bar, a happening nightclub, a blowout party…the library. The first three have seemingly different characteristics than the latter, but all of these places have one thing in common: they are all magnets for meeting people of the opposite sex. While not everyone in college is lucky enough to meet […]

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As a freshman in the dorms, I remember thinking that the ResLife recycling plan was a great idea. I soon found out that others in my dorm didn’t feel the same way when our recycling bins began to overflow with trash. We are adults and in college; we need to take some responsibility when it […]

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Although campus safety is a highly valued attribute at UK, a new standard for informing the residents and students of criminal activity should be set. Each week the Kernel provides its readers with a brief crime log of the UK Police reports, but these logs fail to inform residents and students in a timely manner […]

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Well, I guess it was only a matter of time. Roughly a week and a half after President George W. Bush proposed the $700 billion market bailout, the House of Representatives shot it down on Monday in a series of fiery debates. It marked the culmination of what has been a stressful month or so […]

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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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