Congratulations to the Fall 2017 Dean's List Recipients!

In the Fall of 2017, Lexington made the national news when debate started around moving the Confederate statues in downtown Lexington. Mayor Gray poignantly highlighted Kentucky’s history as a border state with both Confederate and Union soldiers. This dichotomy and polarization is not simply in...

Ain’t I a person? : Tout moun sé moun!“ is a  mini-symposium that deploys Caribbean/Black studies as a platform to explore how “diasporic” communities in the Americas see others and envision themselves. This symposium considers theories associated with construction of self, personhood, and...

A&S international students visit Mammoth Cave for the first time!

Check out the video of their experience here:

Moments from the Lyle Ramsey Dawson Lecture Friday, October 27th, 2017.

Students in the living and learning program, LEXengaged, share “Where They are From” to build understanding and empathy across cultural divides on campus. Their poems are modeled after George Ella Lyon’s (KY’s poet laureate, 2015-2016) poem of the same name. These poems are meant to contribute...

American flags are to be retired with dignity and respect when they have become worn, torn, faded, or badly soiled. AFROTC Cadets at Detachment 290 take pride in wearing their Service Dress uniforms to perform a formal flag retirement ceremony. 

By Nate Harling

The classroom can be a dismal place on a rainy Tuesday morning. For some students, hitting the snooze button may sound more appealing than walking across campus in the rain at 9 a.m. to attend class in the same place they do most of the week. Knowing this, ...

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