Drink in the controversy of the “#redcups” Starbucks put out for the holiday season in this editorial from Issue 7.Read More
The University’s music fraternity Sigma Alpha Iota rang in the spring season with a musicale March 16. The event included clarinet, piano, trumpet, violin and vocal performances from members of the group. Learn more about Sigma Alpha Iota and the talents showcased in this on-campus feature from Issue 14.Read More
In its 13th year, the University’s Lit Fest featured the work of four female poets, as well as poems from the 2015 Jeremy Lespi Fellowship winner. Discover more about the poetry of the May 20 festival, which ranged from plastic bag riddles to endearing Kentucky grandmothers, in the top story from Issue 14.Read More
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