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The Student News Site of University of Kentucky

Kentucky Kernel

The Student News Site of University of Kentucky

Kentucky Kernel

A person walks up the ice covered step of the Kentucky State Capitol on Friday, Jan. 29, 2021, in Frankfort, Kentucky. Photo by Michael Clubb | Staff.

Kentucky General Assembly introduces bills affecting college students

Alexis Baker, Reporter January 13, 2023

With the Kentucky General Assembly underway, new bills are being introduced that will directly impact Kentucky’s younger demographic. Here are three to watch this session: S.B. 9 Senate Bill 9 is summarized...

A UK student takes notes on an iPad in a class on Friday, Feb. 5, 2021, at White Hall Classroom Building in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo by Jack Weaver | Kentucky Kernel

Eduroam: A hotspot of connection issues

Nate Lucas, Reporter September 10, 2022

UK students have been experiencing difficulties with the university provided Wi-Fi, eduroam, during the first weeks of classes. Eduroam is a global company that provides Wi-Fi to thousands of hotspots...

UKs 100-acre Arboretum was founded in 1991 as a partnership between the City of Lexington and UK, both of which are included in the founding members. 

Spots around Lexington for a mini spring break

Brooklyn Kelley March 24, 2021

Since the COVID-19 pandemic swept through the nation, many people are stuck wondering what to do. With the weather getting nicer and the lack of companionship getting increasingly burdensome, many UK students...

Steps to connect with eduroam. 

UK IT Services addresses campus Wi-Fi issues as more users join network

August 23, 2018

UK employees and students may have noticed some difficultly connecting to Wi-Fi on Thursday.According to UK Information Technology Services, an influx of people using devices on campus caused the connectivity...

Internet out in some campus areas

News staff October 6, 2016

UK's internet service went on the fritz Tuesday morning. Two of UK's internet connections in Frankfort experienced "a major loss of service," according to an email sent to the College of Communication...

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