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The Student News Site of University of Kentucky

Kentucky Kernel

The Student News Site of University of Kentucky

Kentucky Kernel

Flowers outside Maxwell Place, the university presidents house, begin to bloom on Friday, April 10, 2020, at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo by Jordan Prather | Staff

Growth vs. fixed mindset: Glass half empty? Then add more water

Morgan Luster February 22, 2022

The mind is the most powerful tool a human being has. It is the control center that is behind all thoughts, emotions and desires. Since this built-in instrument carries a great deal of information tailored...

Environmental Fridays

Why you need to reconnect with your food

Kelly Walker April 5, 2019

Food. We need it to survive. Yet, humans seem to have lost touch with their food and its origins. Instead of grabbing dinner through a McDonald’s drive-thru window, humans once worked for their food....

UK Alum Greg Capillo explains tips for intervening in tense situations to a group of students at the third installment of the Fighting Injustice 101 Training Series presented in the UK Dinkle-Mas Suite for LGBTQ* Resources in Lexington, Ky., on Feb. 12, 2019. Photo by Olivia Antigua. 

‘Fighting Injustice 101’: Series teaches students to be activists

Olivia Antigua February 13, 2019

Multiple student organizations from across the university came together on Tuesday for the third installment of a six-part series meant to teach students how to be safe and effective activists.UK alum...

Kernel Opinion SIG

The legal drinking age should be lowered to educate youth

Kelsie Kennedy September 12, 2018

Lowering the legal drinking age would encourage young people to honestly discuss their drinking habits and encourage a healthier mindset.The United States has one of the oldest legal drinking ages in the...

Kernel Opinion SIG

The guy problem: women deserve respect

Sarah Ladd August 7, 2018

I couldn’t wait to begin my fourth journalism internship. To be a respected female journalist in a loving community.I think I juxtaposed “female” and “respected” prematurely.On one of my first...

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