Martial arts give limitless benefits, students can train on campus

Cheyene Miller circa 2012.

Last week I decided it was time to start making my columns more relatable to a college audience. Recently my colleague Emily Markanich has been writing about the benefits of individual and guided meditation. I’m going to steal a page from her book and talk about why practicing martial arts is extremely beneficial for the […]

Florida versus UK: straight from a Gators mouth

Kentucky Wildcats running back Ryan Timmons (1) makes a big run during the first half of the UK Football game against Florida at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington, Ky., on Saturday, September, 28, 2013. Photo by Jonathan Krueger | Staff

By Joshua Huff The shift in the air surrounding the University of Kentucky football program is subtle, yet palpable. Much like the start to last season, the thoughts surrounding UK’s 2-0 record border on cautious optimism. Students may dispel the start as typical UK tomfoolery, but one thing is different this year – people […]

UK’s season was a failure

Kentucky players sit on the back of a golf cart as they are taken back to the locker room after their press conference after their Final Four game of the 2015 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at Lucas Oil Stadium on Saturday, April 4, 2015 in Indianapolis, In. Photo by Jonathan Krueger | Staff

By Joshua Huff The college men’s basketball season has officially ended. And now the talk has turned from what could have been to who will or won’t stay for another season. But before the murmurings become a roar, let’s look at whether this UK season was a bust or not. So was it? In […]