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Image 7 of Kentucky Alumnus, 1985, No. 4

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BV JAY BRUIVIFIELD ',• ‘ \`\ i , Higher education in Ken- \\ l tucky needs lar greater sup- {Q" Q A " i port if this state intends to fg Q compete in the high tech- § )•?.'2,?*¤ -< nology/ information age the { @78 _" I M6 [ Q world has moved into. Q Q = ‘ 3; { l Twenty—five years ago re- •• Q6 F ; nowned UK history protessoig " 0% ,8 65 4;* I Dr Thomas D. Clark, observ— \` <"_S~7_ pgp ll ed that "We as a people have \` AND ‘ DN • 4 more often thought in terms \\\ ° of bare minimums rather than of the larger challenges which education might ofler. . .In the past, a young Kentuckian could compete within his state with his tellows even though