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Kentucky Kernel

The Student News Site of University of Kentucky

Kentucky Kernel

Immigrant faculty members get ready to pose for photos in a quad by Bradley Hall at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Ky., on Friday, March 24, 2017. The meeting was put together to show how immigrants are essential to higher education, especially at UK. Photo by Joshua Qualls | Staff

Departments show international faculty appreciation

Sydney Momeyer March 27, 2017

The political climate of the U.S. has shifted significantly since the election of President Donald Trump and personally changed the lives of many immigrants across the country, including in the world of...

UK students, faculty and staff participated in the No Ban, No Wall. Peace and Love for All march on Thursday, February 9, 2017. The march was held in conjunction with the nation-wide Academics Unite event taking place on many college campuses nation wide. Photo by Arden Barnes | Staff

International students more reluctant to study in U.S.

Madison Rexroat March 23, 2017

A new study by the Education Advisory Board shows that international students are more concerned about studying in the U.S. than they were before the election.Almost one in three international students...

Citizens urged to look past fear in light of travel ban

Aayat Ali February 6, 2017

“When I lock the doors of my home at night, it is not because I hate the people outside my home. I lock them out because I love the people inside my home.”This supposed heartfelt sentiment of Donald...

U.S. colleges react to travel ban

Madison Rexroat February 4, 2017

Just over a week since President Trump’s earth-trembling travel ban last Friday, travelers, protesters, politicians and colleges continue to take action.With over 17,000 students from the affected nations...

Travel Ban

Caught between two homes

Kat Manouchehri February 2, 2017

On Jan. 27, Trump signed an executive order that halted the issuance of visas, barred refugees, and detained immigrants and citizens traveling from Syria, Iraq, Libya, Iran, Sudan, Somalia and Yemen.Universities...

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