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Riding a bike is a growing mode of transportation for getting to, from and around campus, and for many, cold weather doesn’t deter their commute. From 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 7, on the Funkhouser Lawn, Transportation Services is celebrating these all-weather cyclists with Winter Bike to Campus Day.
Jeff Rice talks with "Behind the Blue" about the the diversity of careers that benefit from a writing, rhetoric, and digital studies background.
UK Libraries Special Collections Research Center Digitizes Original Early English Romantics Manuscripts
UK Special Collections Research Center recently organized and digitized the W. Hugh Peal Manuscript Collection, comprising approximately 7,000 items of original letters and documents of English and American Romantic and early Victorian authors. The collection is available online on ExploreUK.
The UK Department of History remembers the 50th anniversary of the heart-wrenching Vietnam War with a new course, HIS-351: The Vietnam War plus a public lecture series beginning Feb. 7.
If Hollywood needs a spectacular set or a stage with extra special effects, this UK grad and his colleagues in Los Angeles get the call.
Beginning noon today, Feb. 1, Transportation Services will begin selling tickets for the Spring Break edition of Ride Home Express.
Organizations and offices across campus will host and participate in a variety of events this month to celebrate Black History Month.
The UK Family Center is getting ready for Valentine's Day by offering the fourth annual Relationship Checkup.
American Public Media will no longer distribute "The Dinner Party Download" thereby requiring some weekend programming adjustments on WUKY.
Beginning Monday, Feb. 5, Transportation Services will have new hours of operation for the customer service center in the Press Avenue Garage.
When you ask these UK students how to describe their teachers, their answers range from "rock star" to "friend." Watch the video to discover more about this year's Great Teacher Award winners and the students who nominated them.
The University of Kentucky responded to questions from the media today following an announcement last night that a probable bacterial meningitis case was reported on UK's campus Monday.
As part of the land swap between UK and a private developer, the Jersey Street parking lot, located between Limestone and South Upper Streets, will permanently close on Sunday, Feb. 4.
Originally from Eminence, Kentucky, just east of Louisville, Rachel Sims now lives in Nashville, where she works for Vanderbilt University Medical Center as a speech language pathologist (SLP). An SLP, often called a speech therapist, is a clinician who specializes in the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of communications disorders, voice disorders, and swallowing disorders.