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Column by Tim Riley On Friday, a story on the Web site ireport.com caused a 5.4 percent drop in the company’s stock simply by claiming Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, Inc., had suffered a stroke. This story was completely Get Ur Ex To Text Back false and by the end of trading that day the […]

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Students need to use what the library offers

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A sigh of relief reverberated across UK’s campus last week as the university announced W.T. Young Library would once again be open 24 hours a day Sunday through Thursday, beginning Oct. 19. Students, who were stunned when the library trimmed its hours earlier in the semester, cried out to student leaders on campus and staff […]

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Many Republicans dismiss doubts of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s ability to be president as hypocritical since Sen. Barack Obama himself has only been in Washington for four years. However, we should recall that Obama did not win his party’s nomination based on a lack of experien How To Get Long Distance Girlfriend Back ce — […]

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I can’t help but wonder how abortion is still legal when there are laws that address fetal homicide. In 25 states, there are laws that deal with criminally negligent homicide, murder or manslaughter if an unborn baby dies due to a drunk driver, a shooting, etc. These 25 states have “full-coverage” laws, meaning that, regardless […]

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Bike-friendly campus a must for UK

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In light of the results of the bike study conducted on Tuesday, members of the university have to conclude that bike transportation is headed in a positive direction. The study indicated that bike use has increased by 37 percent, despite only a 9 percent enrollment increase, a hefty hike that could have resulted from a […]

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Column by Emily Foerster If you read this column every week you are well aware of my philosophy on spreading environmental awareness: beat ideas into the ground until they take root (ha). If this were any other Friday, I would certainly fill my allotted space with admonishment or praise aimed at one group or another […]

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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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