Monday, April 22, 2019

Rapid housing transition underway

There is a lot change occurring within Residence Life and student housing. Many decisions will be finalized in the coming months after all students who...

Residence Life, Physical Plant address mold problem

(Above: The mold caused by a leak found under junior Joseph Gearon's sink in Rosenthal, which was quickly cleaned by Physical Plant.) Mold problems are...

University to decrease aid, raise tuition to balance budget

Over the past two weeks, Vice President for Finance and Business Marc Mathews and Associate Vice President and Director of Human Resources Jeff Mudrak...

Sexual assault survey results parallel national numbers

The results of a campus climate survey on sexual misconduct conducted at the end of the 2016 winter term have been released. They reveal...

Work study positions, hours reduced

As of July 1, 2016, the minimum wage in Lexington began an incremental increase, starting at $8.20 and ending at $10.10 an hour by...

Students answer personal safety with technology

Personal safety is a particular concern for college students. Resources like Green Dot, Title IX and on-campus counseling are all entirely dedicated to addressing...

New Caf manager resigns, interims fill in

On Aug. 31, the hiring of Susan Seiller to the position of Sodexo general manager and subsequently the replacement of previous general manager Amanda...

Transy’s endowment, explained

If someone says the word “endowment,” many people would probably just scratch their heads in confusion as to what exactly that refers. But the...

‘Fighting the good fight:’ a profile of Pi Kappa Alpha

As Pike members Dustin Kiser, William Easley and Ethan Franklin relaxed in their “sanctuary,” Michael Maggard played an acoustic rendition of “Get Low,” which...

‘A sense of camaraderie:’ a look at Phi Kappa Tau

Almost every day in the Raf, a group of Phi Kappa Tau members will gather at multiple tables beside each other to eat, hang...