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Kentucky Kernel

The Student News Site of University of Kentucky

Kentucky Kernel

The Student News Site of University of Kentucky

Kentucky Kernel

New $60 million Martin-Gatton Agricultural Sciences Building breaks ground
Lilly Keith, Assistant News Editor • May 16, 2024
Lexington community members stand in solidarity with Gaza at rally on UK’s campus
Abbey Cutrer, Managing Editor • May 1, 2024
PHOTOS: Lexington community gathers at solidarity rally for Gaza
Abbey Cutrer, Managing Editor • May 1, 2024
UKY Film Festival awards 6 films at annual contest
Alexis Baker, Reporter • May 1, 2024
The Alpha Delta Pi building on Wednesday, April 17, 2024, at Rose Street in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo by Samuel Colmar | Staff
Sorority senior ‘strip show’ leads to conduct probation
Hannah Stanley, Reporter • May 17, 2024

After three anonymous incident reports regarding a senior “strip show,” the University of Kentucky Alpha Delta Pi (ADPi) sorority was placed under a year-long Conduct Probation until Oct. 17, 2024. A report to the Office of Student Conduct...

Kentucky outfielder Ryan Waldschmidt celebrates at second during the Kentucky vs Lipscomb baseball game on Friday, Mar. 1, 2024, at Kentucky Proud Park in Lexington, Kentucky, Kentucky won 7-4. Photo by Sydney Yonker | Staff
PREVIEW: Kentucky baseball prepares for SEC Tournament against LSU
Jonathon Bruner, Baseball Beat Leader • May 22, 2024

It is officially postseason time for Kentucky baseball and its first stop will be in Hoover, Alabama, for the SEC Tournament where the Bat Cats will be the No. 3 seed. The top four seeds in the tournament include No. 1 seed Tennessee, No....

Author-Illustrator Rachel Elliot sits in front of the graphic novel section of the Lucille Caudill Little Fine Arts Library on Tuesday, April 9, 2024, at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo by Christian Kantosky | Staff
Art is the love of Rachel Elliott’s life
Morghan Swaim, Reporter • April 5, 2024
Kae Brandenburg, an Electrical Engineering major, poses for a portrait on March, 22, 2024, in Lexington Kentucky at the William T. Young Library. Photo by Matthew Mueller | Staff
Mullets: Past their prime or ‘hair’ to stay?
Natalia Garcia, Reporter • April 4, 2024
Ty Osborne, a media arts and studies student and professional voice actor, poses for a portrait inside the University of Kentuckys Media Depot on Feb. 5, 2024, in Lexington, Ky.
Behind the mic: UK student Ty Osborne finds success as a professional voice actor
Kristen Roberts, Staff Reporter • March 21, 2024
COLUMN: Everyone is eating healthier…and it’s pissing me off
Khushi Arora, Reporter • May 15, 2024

I feel it all around me – the judgement, the jerky glances, the slight shake of the head in disapproval. All I bought was a pack of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, but I might as well have declared myself an...