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5 > Image 5 of Kentucky Alumnus, vol. 63, no. 2, 1993

Part of Kentucky alumnus

l q advising students about opportunities 1 ij at four-yearinstitutions. U --3 ~ i Umversnly of Kenlucky 'I'u|I|n Schedule [ Cencerl Series Cempurnsen - Full '92 wilh Fall '93 i They come from Eastern Europe, Ireland, Italy, even the Australian out- y Lexington (]arnPnS/ Fal] 92 Fall 93 Dollar Poyoent back and the heartland ef America- f Medical Center Rates Rates Increase Increase i They are among the worlds elite classi- I , cal orchestras, instrumentalists, singers, Undergraduate I and charnber ensembles. They are UK Resident 840 980 140 16.7 i i nexnasfamid me for the ,1999 , = ~ Ncnresident 2,520 an-tn 420 16.7 94 University Artists concert series at the Singletary Center for the Arts. l The five-part classical agenda 1 Gnlduatc begins October 12 with the Irish i Resident 920 1*080 169 17*4 pianist Barry DOug1aS_ November 4, l Nonresident 2,760 3,240 480 17.4 the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra takes the stage with Kazimierz Kord, . . Law . conductor, and Ruth Laredo, piano. Ai; i Aix Resident 1,380 1,640 260 18.8 Continuing the series is opera star Nonresident 4,045 4,710 665 16.4 i Samuel_Ramey on December 4, and the i Italian chamber ensemble, I Musici, ._,_;__, Mdicin_AImual I Opens the l994 rearJannaw9l- YZF; Resident 5,550 5,400 950 17.2 V For the Hm Ulm *1*9 Must $9*99 is 1 Nonresident 15,270 15,190 -80 -0.5 showcasing a brass soloist: Barry 1 \ Tuckwell, French horn, on February 21. Dentistry Annual All University Artist Series perfor- Resident 4,650 5,030 380 8-2 mances begin at 8.00 p.m. 1n the 1 _ E Singlctary Center fOr thc AI_tS Nonresldent '1,940 *].4.1 i Subscription tickets are now on sale i ~ at tne Singletary Center Ticket 1 WM,-in-i, Cernnnnnty College System n Office, Rose and Euclid Avenue, 1 . . 7 Resident 950 420 70 20-0 (606) 257-4929. i Nonresident 1,050 1,260 210 20.0 I TEI\|II'I' (I" c0IdS'IGIII Lexington Community College PVT Crri M Resident 810 810 0 0.0 Another tenant will be moving into the Nonresident 2,430 2,430 0 0_0 University of Kentuckys Coldstream research development park. The Kentucky Technology Center, a wholly . " fre; held Saturday, May 8 in Memorial owned subsidiary of Kentucky Tech- - *'*;,_ Coliseum, honored 5,768 students. nology Inc. will be a multi-building, ' President Charles T. Wethington multi-tenant complex. The first build- ` E .:___ 1, 2- _ , jr. delivered the commencement ing is expected to be ready for occu- j ` " , address to the eandidates for de- i pancy in early 1994 by Process Tech- ."` gh _i ji . grees, including 3,473 students Q nology, Inc., a researcl1 and develop- li {qi ' y , *_i receiving bacl1elors degrees, 328 ment organization focusing on s {_ 1 i ` yy. students receiving professional advanced coal cleaning processes and . ` 1 , degrees and 1,967 students earning instrumentation and control systems , I graduate degrees. currently based i11 Calumet, Mich. David Van King of Versailles and " is *ii V i gg j I Kelly Ann Sullivan of Danville, left, c0IIlIIIEIIEI\II\'I' I 993 ? received tl1e Singletary Award as out- 7 1 K is ~ . __i { sl ; standing graduating seniors. Photo UKs 126th commencement ceremony, t`l U - - ` I by David Coyle. Summer 1993 Kcmiicky Alumnus 3