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Only a party where open
containers abound
and nudity is as
common as parking
tickets deserves to
be called Phat
Tuesday. While Fat
Tuesday (uh, today)
is the beginning of
the Lenten season.
New Orleans seems
to interpret this as a
reason to party.
Sounds like a plan to
me. Here is what you
need in order to have
a New Orleans-style
Mardi Gras throw

Good Food. What would
New Orleans be
without good food? A
fun city with no good
food, you say? Well,
yeah, Smarty (read
Smarty as Smart-
ass). What would New
Orleans be without
the walls and earth
holding the water
from swallowing the
city? A nice place to
fish. It you want a
fun Fat Tuesday
Party, start at dinner
and eat Creole 'till
your sweat smells
like crawfish.

Beads. If you really want
to spice up your
party, get a whole
great big old bag of
beads. These things
cost $.01 to make.
sell for $.05 in bulk,
and are worth
nothing on
Wednesday The joy
of these little


necklaces is what
they can be traded
for. it seems that
some people will do
basically anything to
get the most beads
possible. This
includes jumping
rope, giving you a
beer, getting naked,
making you dinner
and sometimes more.
I have heard of crazy
instances where
people Will actually
offer to clean up
after the party for
beads. Little, plastic,
but incredible.

Libations. Now there are
some people who
would "clean up after
a party" sober, but
they would never go
to a party like this
anyway. They work at
strip clubs and know
that they can get a
lot more than plastic
beads for, umm.
"cleaning up after a
party." Alcohol
seems to loosen
people up and make
them more and more
"clean” as they
consume more and
more alcohol.

Bodies. No one is
"cleaning up" if you
have no one there.
Might as well invite
everyone by
streaking through
campus, throwing
flyers everywhere.
Editor’s Note: If you
are female. please
stop by the Kernel
and give me an
invitation. too.

-Ron Norton


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Coalition seeks seats in SGA

By Andrew Grossman
ASSISTANT vrw’stotion N N

A group of overwhelmingly young and
motivated students is seeking to eiid "the
saga of the SGA."

In collaboration with the Tim Robin
son and (‘aroline Harralson campaign.
several SGA senators and other students
are working together to make broad
changes in Student Government.

The coalition hopes to win enough
seats in the election to end the infighting
that has defined SGA in recent years. The
members estimate they may seek as many
as 15 senate seats in addition to the presi
dential ticket.


Among the students lending their sllll
port are Senate (‘liairiiiaii Edwin Orange
and Senators liesli l’roffitt. Zach Webb and
(‘atheriiie Edwards.

“These people represent all different

political views." said Kevin Kidd. one of

the coalitioii‘s members. "We hope the di
versity is one of'tlie qualities that helps Us
to be successful."

The platform presented by the coali
tion includes several measures that will
increase SUA‘s services and interactions
with students. Among these services are a
freshmen move in service. a student in
teriiship library. a bike service center. a
weekend bits service and monthly student
roiuidtable meetings

In addition. the coalition Ii is taken I
stance on several campus w idc issues Ill
cludiiig their pledge to proteit campus
green space, expand free speech. defend al'
firtiiative action and add a second student
to the ill uit'il till Trustees.

Kidd said that unlike coalitions ol' the
past. the purpose of' this group is coopera
tion rather than political wrangling

"We‘re willing to work with anyone
who \llill‘f‘\ our goals." he said "(lur main
concern is getting the Senate and the pres
ident to Work together and use out i»-
sources to help as tiiaiiv students .is we
r Ill "

Robinson said the strength of llls i am
paign lies in bringing together the ideas of


uriiiy studi-iit leaders

'Hiieof th» liltiltlt‘llls w lift the Si i-\ this
you wnis that the Senate and the president
were going in dull-rent duet tions.“ Robin
son said "We need to develop an agenda
with both branches of government and oth
er student leaders so that everyone. not inst
the president. has ownership of the ideas "

'l'liis coalition appeals to some stu
dents who llllki' been friistrated by the in
lighting and fat tioiis

'lreally hope these guys w in enough
votes to get their platform passed " said
liii/abetli Ilorsett, a freshman out if tend
of llarralson "I don't think any of us want
to see the whole inipmi ltlilt'lll thing littll
pen again "

Amnesty: Students
can make a difference

By Scott Sloan

STAFF W5“???

A lot of people talk about human rights. but not nian‘. peo
ple do anything about them

For one group on campus. it is all dlltllll ll'littll

The I'K chapter of Amnesty Internation il believes in pro

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Janella Spencer (above right) and Chrissy Oakes
(above, left), second year dental hygienist at LCC,
give a free cleaning to Amy Hollins, 6, to honor
National Children's Month. (Left) Spencer adds the
finishing touches to Hollins' cleaning. The Student
American Dental Hygienist Association will be per-
forming free cleanings for children this week at the
Oswald Building on the main LCC campus


ti-cting the human rights of all people around the wot Id through
.i variety of actions The grassroots lilti‘fl'lll‘dil seeks to make
people aware of violations of human rights around the globe
The orgaiii/ation hopm tti use the awareness to prevent l'ittur»

“You can make a real difference " said Ani‘. Shelton,
Amnesty president and a Spanish and linguistics senior

The I'K chapter of Amnesty takes part in letter writing to
prisoners of conscience and holds publii demonstrations out to
roots, information booths and petitions for gowrnmental re
forms The group also par
ticipates in the Amnesty l'r
gent Action Network that mt,
helps provide immediate as
sislance for a variety of mm

For Illslnlit'i'. Aiiini-stv's m"°“?”“‘“"”""-
urgent action during llll' Tmmmmzzolfim
week of Valentine's ltay was Sim. cm- 7“ New
to send letters to the presi tmmmq‘mwmm
dent and (‘EU of Tiffany ems'wwmm‘w.
Jewelers urging him to lob ””"mflh""
by (‘ongress to ban dia
moods exported from rebel
controlled areas in Sierra Leone and Angola The diamonds are
funding the rebels who have slaughtered thousands ofcivilians
in the area.

The group's goals include securing the release of prisoners
ofconscience including men. women and children who are im
prisoned solely because of their beliefs or a discriminating fac-
tor such as race. gender or sexual orientation. Amnesty also
seeks to ensure fair and prompt trials for all political prisoners
and end the use oftorture. cruel and inhumane treatment. polit
ical killing and the death penalty.

lTpcoming events for Amnesty include a film series and the
Southeast Globalization Roadshow. The event will be at lfK's
campus March 24;. The event. which is open to the public, was
organized by the Mexican Solidarity Network and will include a
number of workshops for participants to attend.

IIK‘s chapter is a member of the international organization
that includes more than 1.1 million members and is spread over
I92 countries and territories

Since the organization s formation in 1961. Amnesty has
aided more than ioooo prisoners in a variety of ways.

“Amnesty helps you feel like you‘re a part of the world."
said Amy ()live. a foreign language and international econom»
ii-s Junior and Amnesty member "You get to learn a lot about
issues all over the world."

Web site offers writing help without bounds

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Whether you're seeking creative input
on your master‘s thesis or help with an
English ltll essay and ian't afford the
time to step away from your computer
screen UK's Writing (‘enter will soon
have some good advice waiting for you ..

The Writing Center recently received
a 3125.000 grant to offer some enhanced va~
rieties of the. traditional writing consulta
tion currently offered at the center. Writ-
ing (‘enter Director Gail (‘ummins applied
for the grant from the t‘ouiicil on l’ostsec-
ondary Education She applied to get the
grant from the council's venture capital
fund. to form a Web site to he called “The
Write Place."

Once the site is up and running. its
services will include various kinds of as
sistance. resources and Workshops. all re-
lating to writing for many disciplines. A
student will be able to get tutoring online.

but iii “real time." where he or she inter
acts directly with a tutor through an in
stant messaging application. They will
also have in this interaction a computer
ized chalkboard or “whiteboard.” de
signed by Smarthinkingcom. for brain
storming or the expression of more cont
ple'x' concepts.

“What we're try ing to do
is take the best parts of the
humanistic sides of the face-
to~face tutoring sessions and
put them on the Web." (Yum-
mins said.

A student will also be
able to email a work in
progress to a tutor to be rt-
turned. with informed feed
back. within a certain
amount of time. (‘unimins
said. As the tutor makes suggestions. they
can make a electronic link to a resttlll‘t‘e
elsewhere on the web site that goes into
greater detail on that subiect

Another benefit to students With The


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Write Place is simply that it will be on the
Internet. and potentially accessible from
anywhere in the world at almost any time.
thus pushing the time and space restric
tions on w hen one can access tutoring
"This is wonderful for schools around
the state that may not have a writing cen
ter like [the non-Internet
one at FRI." said Meredith
Reed. who is currently a
consultant in The Writing
(enter and in training to be
a consultant for The Write
.Iiidith Heaney. also a con
siiltant at the existing cen
ter. saw another advantage
in otiIine tutoring
"Because there's a stigma
assoi iated Willi coming to
The Writing Winter. and because there's a
degree of anonymity [in using the inter»
net]. students will be more likely to come
for help if they can do it in the privacy of
their dorm room." she said


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power transmission grid. but the area most like-
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Managing student tres

By Scott Sloan

surr wizard

Midteriiis hay'e deseeiided
upon llK students like a tloek
of y’ieioits. angry y'ultures de-
termined to peek away the ti
tality ofall

A good midterm grade ran
mean the difference between
an A and a (7. so studying cans
es many students a great deal
of stress.

While these students stress
theiiisely'es out. others keep
their sanity by injeeting a dose
of humor into their lives. l’rom
television shows to movies. a
good laugh van turn a frustrat
ed frown upside down.

“I watrh Must See 'l‘\' on
'l'liursdays" said Valerie
l‘ttllttl‘ttw. an agrieultural eom
niuiiieations senior. "It helps
me to relax."

UK Learning Skills t‘ounr
selor Miehael Rosenberg says
humor is iieressary for iiianag
iiig stress. espeeially' during
stressful arademit' times

”You have to take

Other ways to relieve

1. Exercise or taking a wallt

2. Get away from the source

3. Get plenty of sleep

4. Socialize


Soiree: Michael Rosenberg


aeademies seriously. but you
can't have your entire self
worth based on them." Roseiir
berg said.

“You need to maintain a
balance between working and
the things you enjoy."

Although many television
networks and movie studios
want students to think they
have the best eoiiiedy. there is
no eure that will Work for all

"We earli have something
different that makes us laugh

or even smile." Rosenberg

"Not ey'erybody finds .lim
(‘arrey' eomedies funny or

Monty Python funny. but We
ran all find things that make
its laugh "

'l'eley'ision and movies are
not the only liuiiioi‘oiis ways to
end stress Students ("an laugh
along with a eomedian‘s (‘l) or

joke with friends

Rosenberg said that
pulling an all iiighter eaii be
unhealthy for students

"When we get into an aead
t‘ltllt'flll)‘ stressful time. it‘s as
if people eoiiipetitiy'ely' try to
beeome the most stressed."
said Rosenberg.

”it‘s almost fashionable to

stay up the latest for three
nights straight."
Rosenberg suggests that

students try to setup their l't‘
y'iew time so they ran have the
night before the test free to do
something they entity that will




Class, a job and a socia
with a few helpful hints

relax them and put tl
good frame of mind

"The best thing you ran do

is make some time for
so you‘re not rompl
("used on (the testl." ht

"If you don't find
relax. your body' will

Rosenberg says that stu




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do it loi :\n', way‘” or "l~'i tends"

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laugh." she said

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Real Property
offers housing

A different campus life: Full-time students at
UK may find a home courtesy of the University

By Adam J. Endorf

('ONlFi!B‘lllN(t WRtlER

Looking for i plate to ll\’t'
run he a hassle

'l‘hei‘e nothing more
painful than looking loi an
apartment Spending hours of
time looking at ipziitnieiits oi
houses that are too small. too
far away from r'ampus or inst
ititi t'\'pi'lis'l\'e

if you are in this position.
and need a plate to live then
you should try t her king out the
[TR Real Property ()t‘lii e

'l‘lie l'K RPM is .l diy ision
ot the l'iity'ei‘sity that buys
property tor the l'itlyetstty
within the {ll (llllsllltill not
The IR Board of Trustees ap
proves the property for further
dey'elopinent of l "R

[‘K obtains these ptopei
ties from l'omnieit'i il itid pi‘t
y'ate realtors within a (eitain
at tllllslilttlt area that sin iounds
l'K's rampus

"The l'iiiyersity does not
ilt tiy'e y look loi properties. but
will buy them it they are ill the
artpiisition .iiea,” s'iid lhtan
tyathy' the \dministr itiy‘e ‘s’tall
tlffit ei lot the inner sll\ 's tis
('al .illait's diy‘ision "the int
yersity' buys them it they fit
within the Lftlltlt'lllli's ot the
tapit il dey'elopment 'nftbe t} m
[ills "

l'R is. only allowed to buy
these properties at then
st‘sst'fl yaliie. and n-: higher
'l‘here are ”if, units that the I'm
\ei'sity owns and maintains

The units are sort ii-ed by
the l'R Rl’tl. ‘y\lil(‘ll t'lliploy's
two full time stafl that are
skilled in sey'er ll different
ti 'ides to taki- l are (it the prop

The l‘niy'ersity does not
buy‘ these buildings or houses
with the intent on renting but
they like to proy'itle the stu
dents. fariilty' and staff an op
portunity to rent at a fair prit'e
if they are not in immediate



Campus Claendar

February 26 - March 4, 200]

The (output (niendai is pioduted by the WM of Student Artivzties Registered Student Gigs and UK Dents (an ’sUbl’Y‘tll inletmtion for FR“ online ONE WEE t
PRIOR to the MONDAY -nlormotion is to appear at http://www.iikdeI/(o-pus (blender

(all 257-8867 for more information

This is ittei they ll«|\t
passed an t"t\'ll"iltlllelll.’il
health and satety tiis‘pertion as
well Its pass all tire t'tttl"\ by the
l’ire Maishall 'l‘his lllt hides
ther‘kmg toi tox‘ir' iiiziteriiis
stieh 'l's le id 'llltl asbestos

trithy' said the l'R RPM is
more stringent than most land

The IR M” l i‘eiits at eithtt
market value oi below maiket
y title that are tomparable
other units in the ’ll't‘fil Hath,
s iid the l'niy‘eisity rents .is low
'is it i an

\inre the l niy'ersity RPM
is i nonprofit unit that rem-ites
no state or federal money all of
the money goes hark into the

l’or e\ample. last year
s“..."ttt.ttlttt was ptit into landstap
ing the properties to set an e\'
tniple tot all of the other non
tttity'ei sity owned propertim m
the itea

'l'ht retnnrements for being
il-le to rent one ofthe l‘niy'ersi
t'.‘ properties is that. you are t'l
ther a full time l'K student. l'R
tar iilty oi staff The properties
tl“ on ’I first rome. first some
b'isis. but as Ken t‘ley'idt‘nte.
the .issoriate y'it-e president for
list-zit affairs said students ("ome

Soon it will be even easier
to see and rent these properties
situe the [R Rl'H has i welt
site in the works

The web site will t‘oiitain
an applit‘atton. the addresses ot
\‘tlt'éllli pioperties. utility est;
mates. pit'tures' of the t‘Vlt‘rltil‘s
as well as the ability to take a
y'irtual tour from your home

UK Real Property

For more information call the UK
Real Property Office at 257-8649








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