By: Ben Tompkins (@bennytomp18) Would you let your son play football? It’s a question that has quickly risen to the perennial dinner table gossip amongst parents. It shouldn’t strike you as news that football is a violent sport – after all, there’s a reason parents are required to sign medical releases before the beginning of… Read More Concussions and football: What are you really signing him up for?
The new tw0-troop Wildcats will make their debut tonight at the Blue-White scrimmage at Rupp Arena — and so will the Spicy Fat Cat. A skinless, 100-percent-beef smoked sausage infused with pepper jack cheese, the Spicy Fat Cat was developed by the Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association in cooperation with the UKAgButcher Shop. The Spicy Fat Cat… Read More New “Spicy Fat Cat” from UK Butcher shop is new farm-to-arena offering, debuts at tonight’s Blue-White game at Rupp
The University of Kentucky announced Thursday that Carol Martin “Bill” Gatton would donate $20 million to help fund a new student center on campus. The student center renovation will total $175 million and is expected to finish in 2017.
By Casey Parker-Bell LEXINGTON, Ky. – Once school lets out for the summer, many kids spend their time hanging out at the pool. The University of Kentucky is giving kids another opportunity to go to the pool with its 2014 Splash Camp this month. Margo Greeman, the director of operations for the UK swimming and… Read More Splash Away the Summer – University of Kentucky Splash Camp Begins in June
By Paige Rusher LEXINGTON, Ky.- One University of Kentucky student didn’t take the usual college spring break. On her calendar was a trip to Costa Rica with 17 strangers. Stewart Cook, a junior and member of Delta Delta Delta sorority, applied in late August for the Evergreen leadership program that consisted of an application process… Read More Tri Delta sisters from across U.S. learn leadership on Costa Rica break
By: Paige Rusher LEXINGTON, Ky.- Lilly Pulitzer is inviting fans to jump into summer. Women across the nation are using #summerinlilly and sending their pictures to Lilly Pulitzer for a chance to win prizes and other opportunities. That’s just what they did across college campuses at the beginning of September 2013 as part of a… Read More Lilly Pulitzer to continue its promotional campaigns throughout the summer
By Rudy Salazar (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – Bad weather wasn’t the only thing keeping University of Kentucky baseball fans down. The eighth-ranked – and host of the regional – Louisville Cardinals beat No. 22 UK Sunday night after nearly four hours of rain delay. Despite a quality start from freshman pitcher Logan Salow the offense… Read More University of Kentucky Baseball Falls to Louisville 4-1