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5 > Image 5 of Kentucky Alumnus, vol. 71, no. 3, Fall 2000

Part of Kentucky alumnus

FiF\< " lh. ' C `Q74<:a>i~=f;4 -* * r a ; i- ia - ~. ; v= -:LE?=> V 5 .. `"`V. F1; Qi} , 444.,, s;..;?f;s? , 9 "' . = s .. .. Eg ? i ` . . . Y ifi? . i`ti 3 We "` i s T .-<; e ..:5 l I iT .. { s _~ - - . . V s L. V.~ r I `=' ``= ` ~i F ~. i -. ii i? I . ` *lii=2. Y . . gt . . - c -**` , . V`, was so i , . *??2i? *1 #*.3 , " u;.i-f5Tt `=*_. .i `.` ; gr ` __ _ ~ _ . _ ji-5; *` 1 ` ` F Center for Rural Health Vice Chargcellor Byars . . . HOHO1d O1' COH1I11l111l' The National Rural Health Association named the UK and Cam S Se be y , Center for Rural Health the nations Outstanding Rural Health pu W1 Program. Based rn Hazard, the center arms to improve the I Laurem Byars, Vice Chzmceum Of minority affairs, health of rural Kentuckians and strengthen rural communities. received the Lyons Award for Outstanding Service in Elie center also has satellite programs in Central and Western 2000 The award, given for Service [O the Campus and 1* i prize in its national Publications Design r, . Z . ; / . . Dr. Byars rs strongly committed to broad academic z LW,. { ( Competition for 2000. The museum re- . . . . . . . lEE;; _.,,' _ . . leadership rn higher education, student leanirng inside {T3 Ceweq the award In the Supplemelimry and outside the classroom, institutional and personal lll Matcrlals Categm-Y fm HTS bmchure MCM- values, including the areas of cultural, racial, eth- .r< M-.- em Fzcmm 6mdAm Prim`? by COmmpO_ nic and gender diversity and mutual respect i mryAut/y0rs." The 12page brochure / . 'H fm 1 . . f . / in a ways o e at tie University o Ken- i Included essays by Kun Vmmegut mld " tucky and in the community " wrote Lexing- Ralph Steadman. There were approxi- ij . I . . . _ . . s ton Campus Chancellor Elisabeth Zrnser rn mately 1,200 entries rn the com- her HO mm Of B ars petition. The Modern Fiction, ,,,;,{g T Y ` and Artexhibition was featured at the museum i =,_3QgFg` lo tw 1 1 o r io 2000 o . .sr= tjs --* . .- ." V p e een ju y 9.99 an- e ruary an g $@,3%; 2 _,l; A I S , i was developed in coniunction with UK s . __ ,3; _ . English department. I v` A . . if _v', K` *-gk \ Part of LXlHgtOH , / /_./.>_ , * rr ls. Horse Mania if . L ` ` l"i` $`=.Q , 4/ ? , ( _ ~~ ' C .,. , l I "A horse of a different color" hg, f' _ ; 4 ./if ` i`3_ _ V { *4* has new meaning in Lexington i _ ry _ V r ` _ through November 15. The LeXigtOH Arts & Z. ,_ ,"? Q. j _. Cultural Council organized a public art exhibit I, ,.4 Li :,Q Q _j ( f sponsored by local businesses and individuals. The Il _ * if ( . il Y ii _ V 7 exhibit consists of 79 painted and decorated l \ { , it fiberglass horses displayed outside throughout the ` xs - p __. city, Several UK art professors and alums are iss 7 " ` , 5 participating in the exhibition. The horses will be \ ` auctioned at the end of the exhibit. i I - . A { ,2 You can check out "Katfandu" by Nancy r .:2 Iai Nardiello at Commonwealth Stadium. Better et, z 2% g r=,1{ i./ \ 5 (' _,- ( walk through downtown where most of the horses [ , are located before or after a game, or visit the i_ = Horse Mania web site via the Alumni Association i_, . `: f I web page at www.t1l