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The UK chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists held a panel discussion in the Student Center Monday night to talk about the events in Ferguson, Missouri, citizen and police responses and the role of the media from 6 – 7:30 p.m. in Worsham Theater.

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GALLERY: Remembrance: 9/11 Memorial

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GALLERY: Remembrance: 9/11 Memorial

University of Kentucky ROTC participated in a memorial to honor the victims of Sept. 11, 2001 on the front lawn of the Main Building in Lexington, Ky., on Thursday, September 11, 2014.  

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GALLERY: The Week in Pictures: Sept. 2-Sept. 8, 2014

Each week the Kentucky Kernel photo editors will select the best images from the week ranging from breaking news, general news, features and sports. This week’s photos feature images from Kernel photographers Tessa Lighty, Caleb Gregg, Adam Pennavaria, Emily Wuetcher, Marcus Dorsey and Michael Reaves. Follow our Kernel photographers on Twitter: @TessaLighty | @Caleb_Gregg | […]

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The Week in Pictures: Aug. 25-Sept. 1, 2014

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The Week in Pictures: Aug. 25-Sept. 1, 2014

Each week the Kentucky Kernel photo editors will select the best images from the week ranging from breaking news, general news, features and sports. This week’s photos feature images from Kernel photographers Tessa Lighty, Jonathan Krueger, Adam Pennavaria, and Michael Reaves.

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University of Kentucky soccer over the weekend

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University of Kentucky soccer over the weekend

The University of Kentucky men’s and women’s soccer teams faced off against Belmont (men’s) and Ohio University (women’s) Sunday afternoon. The men’s and women’s team both won their games in there inaugural games in the newly completed Wendell and Vickie Bell Soccer Complex. Before the game’s were played both the men’s and women’s team attended […]

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Professor accused of misusing $400,000

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Former UK mining engineering professor Dongping “Daniel” Tao is accused of misusing more than $400,000 between 2008 and 2013 according to the Department of Mining investigation review

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By Anne Halliwell ahalliwell@kykernel.com Marilyn Sewell, the Minister Emerita of the First Unitarian Church and a UK alumnus, is reversing the usual book-to-movie progression. Sewell graduated from UK with a master’s degree in social work in 1980. Although the job climate was not right for a job in social work, Sewell credited her degree with […]

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Creason lecture, Hall of Fame inductions celebrate local journalism

The first black reporter for The Courier-Journal in Louisville, Mervin Aubespin, talked about his experiences as a black man in Louisville and the South at the 37th annual Joe Creason Lecture in Worsham Theatre on Tuesday.

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Police pay doubles for NCAA games

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The UK Police Department doubled its overtime costs during the aftermath of the four NCAA games this year, compared to the costs incurred during 2012.

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