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8 > Image 8 of Kentucky Alumni, vol. 74, no. 2, Summer 2003

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t" S he ; ~ # *1 . T i I e I - - we . str .; A ,`_, I 2:??"l i `iiiiiei A* ii?f.;:t.&s&%?i J . r~ ee * i ` .?~Pft:;Ti;-t:?.i?:.. r . ; -_ -1 if , i Y*Y** '`. .I i ; ; T A J? it ? . _ o ` if . r = i?fQ _? r ` Y VV_ ii 1 if ` ~ __ .._. . . . . .:-. Ag.; i'. 1 i. ia; . - e I ` k. `.. ; . \.,, PY 1 Three UK Student Jazz Ensemble Takes Top Awards at Festival , i|t=qS Am The i9-mmb.UKi.ZZ osg . _ ;, , 1. _ NEIEIOII S Best Ensemble, under the di- g - 7 eg Yi * y Q. __):. 1 Q , 1 ' ' _ ~ .. .. . ;- V UZ? _ ". i A ea" Three University of Ken- icctlonh/giazg Tusc pm { _ rg * . A . 1_;i,i; :_ it -_; t tucky colleges are among Cssor I SS S an iwon .5 C ,_t,._ `ie . tlc fh - top awards at the 36th i ..~-*r ~ 4 . . - the best in the nation, ac- AH I Elmh t C H . ra l4gg 2 i t __ or- s` _ cording to newly released J H? t. lhuil . O cgi: i j . __ ` " ~ z.{*'(.__ , `_ if _fi rankings from U.S News Eizzh es Evgl C m t $+4 rea to 3 ;_ ~l,;.;j3;31{-ig . ei We"" *eP"" UK hee Iihgiigz combos from A e" I r" I e it i Q lllr I e t .:1 ri L the ninth best Rural the ensmblc (UK j ~ j g`f}. (__ nt ly, tit (at ._ _g : J . Medicine program in the * _ ei} =~ i tr 4 g {,,_ . mm u from 24th in JazzCats and the UK . Y { Z .;./ r " . ` 3301 tiwpcouege Of MegaSax) also received . if gt, // or-yp 5, J _ i gg 2 cg Q . . _ gg gif X I Q J _ . . .-5 _v;i Y . . Nursing ranked 29th an Outstanding ratlngfit {_ ` ` ~' ' " the Elmhurst competition. *f";`z> s sy an { , i. overall, up from 36th in . . -. . . _ 4 t C _ . tr, 2000 and the College Of In addition to the overall . .. ` rg] U Law was among the mp egsgmtye award? $(g _ r y,, r ~- it . g 100 law schools, at 51st. jiguglsuiigggiingrijg W ' was 3 "The consistent per- . . ` 2;-;.,., ` v '5 former certificates. Out of " I 1* hh C ll - ee Oirgxlgig Coicgz SEC 36 ensembles to perform, Nursing Over the past only six big bands received an outstanding rating. Of those six, UK was the sole ensemble invited to y , - erform durin the awards concert. The Jazz Ensemble also recentl received the DeeBee award in I several years is very no- ii g . Y . . - .1 the cate o of Best Jazz Instrumental Studio Orchestra from Down Beat ma azine, a leading table and satisfying, says . g iy . . g UK President Lec T. magazine in the country for jazz enthusiasts. Todd Jr. "I am extremely i Pieeeeei ebeui the Rural Six Enter Kentucky Journalism Pts <>t for the Scripps Medieiiie Yeiikiiig to Howard News Service covering the - Hall nf Fame in 2003 . . lump i5 Speis iii iwe Watergate scandal that led to President Rich- years is remarkable." Six journalists gained entry into the Kentucky ard Nixons resignation. Each year, U.S. News Journalism Hall of Fame this year. The Edwards also presented the Annual Joe ranks graduate programs awards program is sponsored by the Journal- Creason Lecture, named for the former Cou- in the areas of business, ism and Telecommunications Alumni Asso- rier-Journal columnist and past president of education, engineering. ciation and honors individuals with Kentucky the UK Alumni Association, law and medicine. The ties who are outstanding in their field. rankings are based on ex- The inductees are Louise Hatmaker, - pert opinion about pro- former editor, publisher and owner of the Hosts Meeting gram quality and Jackson Times and Beattyville Enterprise; Bob lt was an histone event when the Lexington- statistical indicators that Edwards, host of NPRs "Mornin Edition, Fa ette Urban Count Council held one of its . _ g_ Y Y measure the quality of a the morning newscast and entertainment pro- weekly meetings in the Center Theatre in school s faculty. research gram that reaches an estimated 13 million IIS- UKS Student Center in April it was the first illld S1ULiClllS. Graduate tIlI`S t3ElCh week; RObI`lC MCGfUdY, time any council meeting was Cgridueted at pfOgf2lmS ln pUi`>ilC Elf- XCL1tlV editor ofthe Dl`I'0if FVEE Press Bt the university l\/layer Teresa Ann lgaac led tairs. the sciences. the so- the time of his death and the first African- the regularly scheduled session, open to the Clzll SCICHCCS. and American president ofthe Associated Press public_ lterns discussed included issues related humanities were not Managing Editors; the late Ed Ryan, chief of to the Kentueky-Ai-neriean Water Company ranked this year. the iouisville Courier-Journals bureaus in and presentations by UK and the Town & Was ington, D.C., and Frankfort; Ed Staats, a Gown Comnnssion re orter, editor and administrator in 10 Asso- `P d P (AP) ff` h h h ciate ress o ices t roug out t e A United States, retiring last year after 18 years ' as chief of AP`s Kentucky operations; Carl l West, editor of The Frankfort State Journal i since 1979, was a former White House and 6 KENTUCKY Atuivini i