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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

UK will distribute funds for students from federal aid package

Natalie Parks February 18, 2021

Students who are eligible for emergency funding under the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA) will be notified by the university of their grant by Feb. 19, 2021, according...

New budget details: no reductions in force and graduate student protections

Emily Girard May 22, 2020

In preparation for the start of the next fiscal year on July 1, UK is crafting a new budget that must counteract a projected $70 million revenue shortfall. Ahead of the budget's approval in an upcoming...

UK President Eli Capilouto. Photo by Michael Clubb | Staff

Capilouto to take 10 percent pay cut, extend presidency

Natalie Parks May 21, 2020

President Eli Capilouto will reduce his annual salary this coming year by 10 percent, according to a campus email from UK Board of Trustees chair Robert Vance.Vance said that Capilouto requested that those...

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UK to receive $17 million in federal emergency funding

Haley Blackburn April 25, 2020

UPDATE: Nearly 2900 UK students have received emergency grants from the CARES act with a total of $4.1 million already distributed.Kirsten Turner, associate provost for academic and student affairs, said...

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Kernel launches Fund for Excellence to support student newspaper

Kernel Staff December 7, 2018

The Kentucky Kernel is not just a publication but an experience. Day in and day out, the students who work at the Kernel learn skills that prepare them for their future careers. Students who walk through...

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Trump administration’s decision to transfer FEMA money to ICE was reckless, can still be mended

Jansen Hammock September 14, 2018

The recent decision by the Trump administration to divert funding from FEMA to ICE for detention programs is not only illogical; it is outright dangerous.With hurricane Florence placing the United State’s...

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