Take Back the Night 2013
Join the VIP Center along with students, staff, faculty, and local community organizations next Wednesday, March 27 for Take Back the Night!
This annual event unites campus and community partners to recognize the collective power of our community to end violence.
Gather at 7pm at Patterson Office Tower plaza to march downtown. The rally will begin at 7:30pm at Courthouse Plaza downtown and will include a welcome by President Capilouto, live performances, a candlelight vigil, resource fair, speak-out, and after-party at Third Street Stuff and Coffee
Craig Mullaney, Common Reading Author, spoke to a packed house this past week.
This year's Commons Reading book, The Unforgiving Minute, chronicles Mullaney's experiences as a West point student, Rhodes Scholar, Army Ranger, and platoon leader during his deployment to Afghanistan...
Continue at www.uky.edu/commonreading
WRFL 88.1 presents Delicate Steve, the Nativity Singers, & New Wave Rebellion
Tuesday Jul 30
Boomslang alum Delicate Steve returns to Lexington. Young dude from New Jersey lays out beautiful layers of guitar.Cosmic Charlies
Back to School Blood Drive Challenge
Wednesday Aug 28
All donors will receive a $10 Wal-Mart Gift Card and be entered into a drawing for a 2013 Toyota Prius.Bernard Johnson Student Rec Ctr
Resident Student Association Annual Move In Block Party
Friday Aug 30
Improve residence hall life by planning and directing social, educational, and recreational programs. Provide a platform for students to voice concerns regarding their living environment and develop student leaders among the residence hall population.South Campus Courtyard
Craft Writing: Beer, The Digital, and Craft Culture
Saturday Feb 15
This one day symposium will explore the intersection of craft beer and writing. Garrett Oliver of Brooklyn Brewery will be the keynote speaker. In addition to a final keynote talk, the symposium will feature two panels of industry figures and professionals associated with craft beer whose writings have played a dominant role in the promotion and development of craft beer.Student Center
2014 Appalachian Research Symposium
Saturday Mar 8
The UK Appalachian Center, Appalachian Studies, and the Graduate Appalachian Research Community (GARC) seek to promote interdisciplinary dialogue on issues in Appalachia. We are proud to follow up our first four successful symposia with the 2014 UK Appalachian Research Symposium and Arts Showcase.W.T. Young Library
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