UK freshmen Anthony Davis, Marquis Teague and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist were among 12 players named to the Wayman Tisdale Award watch. The award goes to the National Freshman of the Year, as determined by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association. The three comprise 25 percent of the award’s preseason list. Others named on the list are Bradley […]
The romantic play “Romeo and Juliet” is mostly known for its tendency to exaggerate teenage love. Two very contrasting elements of the fine arts came together Wednesday at the Round Table to discuss their take on the love story.
The UK Department of Theater will be producing the Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” in December, although by no means is it the classic version. UK Opera’s “Romeo et Juliette”, a sung version of the romantic tragedy, opens next week.
Students may have caught sight of the Divine 9 Black Greek Letter Organizations stepping or strolling on UK’s campus before and during events like Stompapalooza or during “yard shows.” Stomp … clap … step… And this Friday you can catch them at the National Pan-Hellenic Council Step Show in Memorial Coliseum at 7:30 p.m.
Six organizations of the NPHC will be performing at the show.
UK arrived in Starkville last Friday evening riding a wave of momentum. Fresh off a spectacular win over rival Tennessee, the Cats ran into a highly motivated Bulldog team.
Last week, at the lowest point in their season, the Cats entered their bye week, a free week to rest and regroup before taking on the rest of the season. The bye week came exactly midway through UK’s season this year, with a 2-4 record looming behind them and six more games staring them down in weeks ahead.
From UK: Tickets for the first three home games for the UK men’s basketball team including both exhibitions are currently available to the general public. The tickets made available are from the unsold student ticket allotment. Tickets for the Transylvania (Nov. 2), Morehouse (Nov. 7) and Marist (Nov. 11) games are available for purchase by […]
UK arboretum hosts sustainability series sponsored by the LFCUG’s department of waste management
UK Dining holds a ‘Black Tie Affair’ at Commons Market for campus students
A round table discussion on Wednesday will address the opera version and the UK theatre version of Romeo and Juliette