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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

Illustration by Akhila Nadimpalli

It’s never been easier ‘read all about it’ at UK

Gray Greenwell, Features Editor August 30, 2023

Let’s be honest — as necessary as they are, paywalls can be a nuisance. And on a college student’s budget, shelling out the money for multiple newspaper and magazine subscriptions isn’t always...

Illustration by Akhila Nadimpalli

UK offers free New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Vogue access to campus community

Grace Medley, Reporter February 15, 2023

University of Kentucky students and affiliates can access The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal for free with their university emails. The partnership with NYT was headed by UK Libraries, the...

The University of Kentucky announced a $500,000 investment into the campuss mental health resources on Feb. 21, 2020. Photo by Rick Childress

WSJ annual ranking of colleges places UK at fifth in Kentucky

Kernel News Staff September 6, 2018

UK is better than Louisville, but worse than four other Kentucky colleges, at least according to the Wall Street Journal's annual college rankings that were released Wednesday.The Journal's rankings, which...

Pulitzers indicate bright future for journalism

Marjorie Kirk April 15, 2017

When journalists dig through corruption, when they explore the worst circumstances humans live in, when they run toward the latest bombing or are hit by gunfire in the wake of conflict they are striving...

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Harvard suspends men’s soccer team over ‘scouting report’

Madison Rexroat November 5, 2016

After a sexually explicit “scouting report” of the physical appearance of the women’s soccer team was uncovered, Harvard University suspended its Division I men’s soccer team for the rest of the...

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Liberal arts degrees appealing to employers

Madison Rexroat October 27, 2016

According to an article by the Wall Street Journal, starting pay for liberal arts graduates rose sharply between 2014 and 2015. Findings were based on an annual study by the National Association of Colleges...

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