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Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Kristof to discuss global citizenship during UK appearance

The University of Kentucky International Center will welcome Nicholas Kristof, two-time Pulitzer Prize winner and well-known columnist with The New York Times, on Oct. 26, to discuss “A Path Appears: How Students Can Change the World.” His appearance is sponsored by the Office of the Provost, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Gatton College of Business and Economics, and the School of Journalism...

UK School of Journalism and Media recognizes six with Distinguished Alumni Awards

The faculty of the University of Kentucky School of Journalism and Media in the College of Communication and Information has voted to annually recognize graduates of the school who have had outstanding careers and made significant contributions to their communities and professions. “I am not sure many people realize the impact our graduates have had on our state and our country,” Lars Willnat,...

Lewis Donohew: Ultimate irony, the armies that carried off Baalbeck’s treasures actually saved them

“Over there was the childhood home of Danny Thomas,” the driver told me as our car climbed through Lebanon’s Shouf Mountains on our way from Beirut to visit the famous ancient ruin of Baalbeck. This was a dangerous time, not as much as it would be later, but dangerous enough that I was warned to be cautious about what I said and did. So I didn’t contradict my chauffeur, but Danny Thomas didn’t...