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Kentucky Kernel

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Kentucky Kernel

Kentucky Wildcats head coach Mark Stoops holds up the trophy after the UK vs Iowa VRBO Citrus Bowl football game on Saturday, Jan. 1, 2022, at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. UK won 20-17. Photo by Michael Clubb | Staff

Column: Is Citrus Bowl Kentucky football’s ceiling?

Barkley Truax January 2, 2022

For the second time in four seasons, the Kentucky Wildcats are Citrus Bowl champions. But where does the success end?In 2019 and now 2022, Mark Stoops has led his Cats to two 10-win seasons—something...

Papis food is refreshing in its distinct style, which sets it apart from other Tex-Mex establishments in Lexington.

Papi’s Mexican restaurant brings flavor to Lexington

Emily Laytham October 9, 2018

Papi’s Lex, the new restaurant and bar on Euclid Avenue, serves “Mexican and Tex-Mex” cuisine, per the official Facebook page. But the food is refreshing in its distinct style, which sets it apart...

Pieces of Karyn Olivier work Witness are cut out in preparation for their installation in the Memorial Hall vestibule on UKs campus on Wednesday, August 15, 2018 in Lexington, Kentucky. Karyn Olivier was an artist chosen by the UK Memorial Hall art committee to create an artwork that adds context to Anne Rice OHanlons 1934 mural. OHanlons mural depicts a sanitized version of the brutality that existed during the time of slavery and legal segregation. Photo by Arden Barnes | Staff

Once anonymous, now revered: Memorial Hall art adds context to debate of race in art

Rick Childress August 16, 2018

A space once wrought with racial tension now demands reverence for the subjugated.Karyn Olivier, the artist charged with assembling a complimentary art piece for the controversial mural in UK’s Memorial...

Kentucky Kernel Photo Editor Jonathan Krueger at Rupp Arena as Kentucky hosted Vanderbilt University, Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015 in Lexington. Photo by Jonathan Palmer

The JKru legacy lives on at the Kernel, three years after Jonathan Krueger’s death

Arden Barnes April 17, 2018

For those of us who didn’t personally know Jonathan Krueger, we learned about his legacy through JKru stickers, a memorialized Red Bull on the photo desk and a cracked ceiling tile.We were told about...

Students attempt to steal a good grade

Erika Bonner May 3, 2017

Two UK students' plan seemed like a good idea for an easy A, until they got caught by the person they least wanted to see.Two students at UK, biosystems engineering junior Henry Lynch II and sophomore...

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