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Image 39 of Bulletin of the University of Kentucky, Volume 27 (1959-1960)

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GENERAL INFORMATION 39 Bach Student Activities t of Many opportunities are given to the student to take part in various activi- and ties outside of his college studies. He may engage in newspaper work in con- rary nection with the student paper. lf he is interested in dramatics he has the ions opportunity of taking part in plays presented in a real theater and under com- petent direction. Through cooperation with the Student Government Associa- the tion, the student in lmaintaining the integrity and honor of the campus and of I Of the student body will be training himself for future leadership. He may plan and participate in various recreational, social, and cultural activities by becom- ing a member of one of the Student Union Interest Groups. The former tate member of the Hi-Y Club or of the Y-Teens finds a welcome in the University )hio Y.M.C.A. or Y.\V.C.A. The student can enter into the management of various enterprises, participate in debating and in oratorical contests, take part in Art, athletics, become a member of the orchestra, band, or glee club, and go to social affairs sponsored by the University and by various organizations. There mia is opportunity at the University for the student 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. cfs Intramural Sports. The Department of Physical Education conducts an extensive system of Intramurals for all men and women students. The men’s program includes such sports as touch football, basketball, track, volleyball, in softball, tennis, golf, wrestling, fencing, handball, badminton, swimming,-and my cross country. The woman’s program, set up by the Women’s Athletic Associa- in_ tion, offers such activities as hockey, basketball, volleyball, softball, swimming, ,n>s tennis, archery, golf, badminton, fencing, and camping trips. The intramural tan program affords an excellent opportunity for young men and women to ex- ted perience the fun of friendly competition and to enjoy the pleasures of healthful lg]., social situations. ely Physical Education Clubs. Such clubs as the U. K. Troupers (show group), Tau Sigma (modern dance club), and Blue Marlins (swim club) are sponsored the by the Department for students who wish to participate in clubs that present an- performances for various school, university and civic groups. These clubs are ing organized and conducted by the student members and are open to beginners ast as well as accomplished performers. Student Publications. The students of the University of Kentucky, through the School of ]ournalism, publish a campus daily newspaper, The Kentucky Kernel. This paper is ably edited and ranks high among college publications. Of The students also issue a year book known as The Kenluckian, which reached -Ch its 55th year of continuous publication in 1960. The annual contains a list of as organizations. pictures of the senior class, and the usual features found in col- nd lege year books. Both of these publications have had a long history. The K-Book ns, is published each fall for new students by a student staff under the supervision ng of the Oflice of the Dean of Men. Of the seventy law reviews published ght by the nation’s law schools, the Kentucky Law Journal is the tenth oldest. Publication has been continuous since 1912. Four issues are published annually lcs by the College of Law. The fournal is edited by a Student Editorial Board Vi_ under the supervision of a Faculty Editor. A quarterly magazine, The Ken- mt tucky Engineer, is edited by a student staff which has complete charge under nd the guidance of faculty advisors. It is a member of Engineering College Mag- azines, Associated, and is devoted to student technical articles, alumni infor- nt mation, and Engineering Societies’ notes. It is also -the official publication of the Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers.