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The Student News Site of University of Kentucky

Kentucky Kernel

The Student News Site of University of Kentucky

Kentucky Kernel

Shop manager William Varney demonstrates to mechanic Alex Grence how to use a specific tool on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022, at Wildcat Wheels Bicycle Library in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo by Carter Skaggs | Kentucky Kernel

Wildcat Wheels: Wheel the world!

Courtney Suber, Reporter October 3, 2022

Wildcat Wheels offers free bicycle services including bike rentals, quick upkeep and the renewal of abandoned bikes found on campus. UK students, faculty and staff can bring in bikes to have tubes...

Dr. Jennifer Greer will assume her role as the new dean of UKs College of Communications and Information in August of 2019.

UK Communications college will need millions to jump start process for new building

Rick Childress September 26, 2019

A highly anticipated new College of Communications building is no longer on track, the college's dean said Wednesday, locking faculty, staff and students into less-than-ideal temporary spaces for the foreseeable...

The Blazer Dining building. The building now houses many journalism classes on UKs campus in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo by Jordan Prather | Staff

Waiting for a new building, UK college sits in surge space

Last year, the College of Communication and Information moved from its longtime home in the Grehan Journalism Building to the Blazer Dining building, where the college will wait til it receives a building The...

UK journalism student Maris Halpern works on her laptop in her Media Storytelling class in the basement of the Enoch Grehan Journalism Building on April 4, 2018. 

Goodbye, Grehan: Journalism, communications moving out of longtime home for renovations

Sydney Momeyer April 9, 2018

-Home is where the heart is, especially for the College of Communication and Information.Beginning August 2018, the Enoch Grehan Journalism Building will close for a full renovation. The building has been...

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