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3 > Image 3 of Kentucky Alumni, vol. 77, no. 1, Spring 2006

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i { _ _1 , l tr I [Ii F 3 l i " " M, ..`~*m 1-2 . M .... S . V $ jo Q I ' its A if . A4 Spflltg 2006 Volume 77 Number I " 2 E 7*** I _ Mary D. Mjdkiff: Its All About Horses L Q When Mary D. Midkiff 8l AS realized most equestrians were female " but ride with equipment designed for males, she set out Lge - ` to help women level the playing field. By Linda Perry . I On the Cover: _ Mlly ,81 AS, proponent OI' LifcS Lessons: V 2 . . - l`2f physical fitness forfemale equestrrans, . . A T shares a moment with her horse, Hasan Davns Shares With Yauth t_\ 2_ [ ' A Pledge. Hasan Davis 96 LAW connects with students around _ 4 I Phgtgj Tom ghoooy tqhe country by entertaining them with lessons in living } T l rstory. ~ 5/ - 2 I By Kelli Elam E y 16 In the Wake of Katrina and Rita: UK Almnni, Students, Faculty & Staff Bring Relief to Gulf Coast In the face ofa monumen- _, y .,.,2 A T. _ - .2:; J _ .. tal natural disaster, people ` ` l (2 '*" I tethered to UK and the Commonwealth played Y " I y D E P A R T M E N T S meaningful roles during iV i Wi'-! t ` ` ~ Raz U CT" OPENING REMARKS 3 tha Stprm and m the m` . ` . -- *2; l . building process. E , . ,,, ,2 - PRESIDENTIAL By Adam Sichko `.-i _ t ` [ii L . >_ I CONVERSATION 4 _ Lit 2 im ' y RESEARCH 5 4@_$Ll@hXtra E Q Ye) l UK BEAT 6 Mltead the journal kept by . V I 3 E . CLUB HOpp[NG 22 Capt. E. Dennis Bashaw 86 PHA _; 2 l g I wrrtten durrng hrs two week Q., .! I J COLLEGE VIEW 24 deployment to the Gulf Coast. F UKALUMNI.NET 27 A CAREER CORNER 29 : E`. CLASS NOTES 32 - T S" ;yii*r" M KERNEL GLEANINGS 43 , I 2 L. A Come on in", SPORTS 44 ~ I - The BBSRB Marks Completion BOOKMARK 47 . _ " 2 of Its FilSt Pl0lIliSiIlg Y3l` _ QUICK TAKES 48 .\% 44 " ' The Biomedical Biological Sciences Research E?. A Building will be a year old in April and it`s already l ~ 4 making a difference. It houses some of the Univer- l sity of Kentuckys leading researchers around I 400 faculty, staff and students whose work brings UK millions of dollars in federal funding to UK. A UNNEBEH OF KEIEBJQSX Alumni Association www.ul