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5 > Image 5 of Kentucky Alumnus, 1988, no. 3

Part of Kentucky alumnus

i l 888-8 J 988 OFFICERS I 1 _I: it ; .r~. . _ t 5_i ,.RES,DENT Make Your World 1n Ours _ { I kG Ir *62 _ _ . . . l E 5; Octoulfgvrili UK IS G big place, even when you consider |ust The Lexington l IE FRE$'DENTELET campus, but thaT's an advantage in choice that leads you to a niche y} jg B';O2i:;r 7l of your own . . . Getting In, Getting On with College!7 T Q TREASURER The enrollment process, scholarships; where you live and where Y M8 JOB T- MOM '88 you eat, what there is to do as a student at UK . . . Choices! T3 fl Q SQQSLTIQY From scientific labs to concert halls, from supercomputer to primitive i Isy Bmmtreid *48 art, from LKD fun days to United Way campaigns, students find a it E l8i9*<> new world of choices here . . . Students Today, Alumni V T ASO|/QEQEQTAFFT Tomorrow! T6 Nine students share a bit of reflection about their ;; l my Brumtretd *48 individual experience at UK. ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR jl . Be V: C. Whitaker '58 _ ; EDITOR , lt liz itowarcl Demoran Q /68 . . . if I 4ssr. EDITOR Doris Wilkinson '58, Dan Fulks and Larry Walsh are three represen I 2 " *YJl5" '86 tatives of faculty committed to undergraduate teaching. l MEMBERSHIP ; COORDINATOR 5 TTI Arirt D. Retbord '39 B 8T:F;=_ Theres More than One Way l TOF] C OID i 3 MSO ;'lf;fd Gone are the clays when education only took place Inside the I 2 y :*5 n CI UtTtI ,%,9,8 Cmby college classroom. fdotali Devine { Brenda Daugherty l [ ;; Ruby Hardin 2 [nnis Johnson _ Be tvv. Nelson *52 Beat I l Varolyn Rhorer I Tom White l it ~ AFT DIRECTION 5 ` ei w b l .8 Gggggnj Sr Class Notes ' I E I 1 E I lStl 0732-6297 l il l T l ( l `*l"~lrrection reqiested. l L iz tif? ~'t Kentucky Alumnus, l ` V ` *8* III Association, I {1 1 I, KY 40506. I ZT`.- I "\ QQ, _ ________ ~ I _ l . L