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44 > Image 44 of Bulletin of the University of Kentucky, Volume 22 (1948-1949)

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

ll { . i . ` 40 UNIVERSITY ori KENTUCKY . u Student Activities Many opportunities are given to the student to take part in various activities outside of his college studies. He may engage in newspaper work in connection with the student paper. If he is interested in dramatics he has the opportunity of taking part in plays presented in a real theater and under competent direction. I Q Through cooperation with the Student Government Association, r the student in maintaining the integrity and honor of the campus and of the student body will be training himself for future leader- ` ship. The former member of the Hi-Y Club or of the YTeens finds a welcome in the University Y.M.C.A or Y.W.C.A. The stu- dent can enter into the management of various enterprises, par- _ ticipate in debating and in oratorical contests, take part in athlet- \ ics, become a member of the orchestra, band, or glee club, and go . " to social affairs sponsored by the University and by the various ~ organizations. There is opportunity at the University for the stu- ii dent to exercise his many interests not only in hard work with his studies but in activities which bring him in contact with his fellow students. Student Publications. The students of the University of Ken- ' Qi tucky, through the Department of Journalism, publish a fi weekly newspaper, The Kentucky Kernel. This paper is ably edited and ranks high among college publications. The students also issue a year book known as The Kentuckian. The annual l contains a list of organizations, pictures of the junior and senior classes, and the usual features found in college year books. Both Q of these publications have had a long history. Student Organizations. The University approves a number , of student organizations. A list of these follows: 1 Honor Societies Pi Mu Epsilon "? Alpha Lambda Delta (Fresh- _(Math?m?S) _ Q man Women) Sigma Pi Sigma (Physics) Alpha Zeta (Agriculture _ Tau Beta P1 (Engineering) .1 , men) Leadership Societies ` ,/ Beta Gamma Sigma (Com- Owens r W<>m) I ` merge) Keys (Sophomore men) Kappa Delta pr (Edueamm) wmv imc! CMS