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The Student News Site of University of Kentucky

Kentucky Kernel

The Student News Site of University of Kentucky

Kentucky Kernel

Lisa Niblock, a UK senior and plaintiff in the case, speaks during a press conference on Wednesday, September 25, 2019, outside the Fayette County District courthouse in Lexington, Kentucky. A lawsuit was filed at Lexingtons federal courthouse alleging that UK officials are discriminating against female athletes by refusing to create varsity sports opportunities. Photo by Arden Barnes | Staff

Two students sue UK, say university lacks enough womens varsity sports

Jacob Eads September 25, 2019

Two women have filed a federal suit against UK accusing the university of violating federal law by refusing to create enough opportunities for women to play varsity sports.The lawsuit states that UK is...

Journalism alumni promise to offer advice for future graduates

Kayla Coco January 25, 2018

On Thursday evening, future journalists will gather to hear advice and experience offered by graduates of the UK School of Journalism and Media who will reflect on their national travels and journalism...

Courier-Journal and USA Today reporter Laura Ungar and Indian journalist Sujoy Dhar pose for a photo in the Grehan Journalism Building on Tuesday, April 5, 2016 in Lexington, Ky.

Veteran journalists speak about experiences with international writing

Abby Walker April 5, 2016

[email protected] Laura Ungar and Sujoy Dhar spoke to journalism students at UK on Tuesday about their career paths and how connections with other countries became an instrumental part of their...

Louisville president facing lawsuit alleged official misconduct

News Staff March 1, 2016

University of Louisville President James Ramsey is facing a lawsuit from a former U of L deputy compliance officer, Robin Wilcox, who resigned Friday.  According to the Courier-Journal, Wilcox worked...

Kentucky legislature should legalize recreational marijuana

EDITORIAL January 19, 2016

Kentucky has the opportunity to follow the successful policies of states like Colorado and Oregon by passing the Cannabis Freedom Act to legalize recreational marijuana.The bill, introduced by state Sen....

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