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lt neyer really ends.

For the family and friends of the 49 peo-
ple who died when Coniair Flight 51‘“
crashed in Lexington two years ago after
taking off on the wrong runway. the tragedy
is a wound that time has not been able to

Still. many have tried to move on as
much as they can.

“Most of the last two years have been
like one long day." said Anita Threet. wid-
ow of crash victim Greg Threet. at a memo—
rial service Wednesday. "...But we are now
held responsible by (ireg and the other 48
people who have died to keep on living.
even with moments of desperation. loneli-
ness. sadness and anger.

“We must carry on. We must. and we

Wednesday night. four family members
of crash Victims stood before more than 300
people. talking about the initial shock of
losing a loved one and the two years that
have followed. Behind the speakers hung
the banner from the crash site memorial two
years before. signed with notes of condo»
lence and support.

it hasn’t been an easy journey for
Matthew Snoddy in the two years since his
father, Tim. died. Snoddy said as he stood
before the crowd. How'eyer. he said. com—
munity support in Lexington has helped pull
him through one of the most difficult times
of his life.

"Our society is well—equipped to handle
the highs of life.” he said. “l’ositiye eycnts
like sporting events. weddings. birthdays
and holidays bring together well-wishers
and celebrants.

"Tragedies like 5W] are iiot so clearly
defined in etiquette manuals. Howeyer. l
firmly beliey'e the book could hate been
written based upon the response of our corti-

One big source of support is fellow fam~
ilies. said (‘lay' Turner. a 'l‘ransylyania stir,
dent and son of crash yicttin Larry ’l‘urner.
During the past tyyo years. ('lay 'l‘uriier said
he has been to many ey'ents for surytyiiig
tamtty members.

lloweyer. he said he thinks this iitay be
the last year there is a open tiiernoi‘ial sci'\-
ice because some people w ant to cope with
the tragedy in a less ptiblic w ay.

(‘lay' Turner said he has talked w ith
many other family iriembei‘s of \ ictims oyer
the last two years. and while it has been dif»
ficult. life is getting better.

“It occurred to me at the etid oi the sec
ond semester. in May. that l was genuinely
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(hie big consolation in the past few
months has been the end ot a long legal bat-
tle against ( ontair. satd 'lony Byrd. a relay
tiye ot \li‘lltit Brian Byrd

l'hc latiiilics ot Brtair Byrd and its other
passengers ha\c tiled lawsuits against (lo,
iiiait. lit the past month. decisions were
reached tor 3'7 of those \ ittims leaytii}!
two pending as oi the ciash's twoiycar an

lindtng a long lcg'ai battle has tirade
things easier. said l'ony Byrd. lloweyei. he
said it‘s still sti‘attgt to lool. tip the driycway
and know that Brian ty ill tie\ei' again parls
his cat. climb the steps and walk inside.

"It's better. but we still think about it
CM'l'y «lily “C sllll cry 'c‘\'ct'_\ day." he ‘ntltl
“\Ve still t‘etriembet'."

Plans for Lexington memorial

move toward
.\botit a year and a halt .tttci il l‘ot'iiied,

the Night Sl‘ll Mciirot'tal ('ommtssion has
taken the nut step to create a l.e\iiigtoii
nieiiioi'ial. said coriizitittee co chair Ray

("oriiiiiissron member's haye begun look
trig tor potential memorial locations. said
(iarritan. an associate professor at l‘ls'. The
group. w liiclr includes tamtly irreinber's as
well as state and local otttcials. also plans
on sending otit a request lot titciiiortal dc
signs in the next week.

llie . .
talk :tltttlll esacity what kind ot titeiirorial
they thought would best pay tribute to the
crash \tetints [tilt] the last few months. 1h.-

group focused on building trust among

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iii-embers. because some tarnily iiieii7bets
"is ere wary that the int-mortal would be too
state coiitiollcd. liarmait said

" \ll of the groups de\elopcd a sense oi
common purpose. and trust one another." he
sdltl. "l belteye we do trust each other now.
that no orie‘s being oyerbcarrng and eyerjv

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and it has not stopped them tiotit
taking their i‘osercolored threads

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campaign last year to raise money
tor breast cancer i'eseaicli arid be
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Diversity group tries to fill void

By Erica Mitchell

It took about a month to too

T-shins draw 5

tottittry bearing the slogan Real
men wear pink

When Siahl was trying to titid
a philanthropic eycnt hit his ti'ater


Donor competition shows
rivalry more than skin deep

By Austin Schmrtt

itowstiltrkir' it» t 0'" l

ttiid a way to continue without a tattlita
tor. which was .iii .idttistriicnt

"’l'he biggest change is that Mali
tabeen is gone." said Mums. a biology
senior ”\Nc had to work out a new kind ot
game plan "

Rattitidtn declined to comment on her
decision to lease l l\.

l'he search is on tot .1 replacement tor
Ralfitidiir. said Rhonda Sti‘otise. l'K‘s direc
tor of student inyolyeiricnt. but there are
some changes to the position ller replacement will
operate from w ttlirn a ditterent department and with .t
new title

Before Raffitidrn resigned. Student l)i\erstty
lintltiilc‘iiient reported to the Oftiee ot Multicultur-
al Student Affairs This year. the position will re
port to Student Affairs and be an assistant director
of strident iii\ol\ciireiit. Strouse said.

”The position has not been deiiioled." Stiouse

pmrtrtielt (flit/kernel coir:

\s ot lticsda\. l'l\ ll't‘ltl the lead oy er
oil with (0" donors to 45.3

"l'ls' won by a landslide last year.
bttt it‘s a close battle this year." llob»
biiis said

lhe last day ot the blood driye
(unil‘t‘lllltlli, which began .-\ug 4. is
l'htirsday Students can donate at the
l'K Medical ('eirter front X a iii to 5
p in

Around the blood drryc site. donors
may hope for a second conseciittye \lk'r
tory oyer l otitsyille. but some students
echoed the “cyery'body wins" \‘Cl‘lllr

.loe Brey. .t l'ls' itinior. said he is a
regular blood donor and only became
aware of the tompetttton when he ar-

istw Blood in rage 5

()nc t ainptis group working to uritte
black and w hite (ireeks is at a standstill
after the resignation of its lactlitatoi‘ this

.\lahtabeeit Ralltiidin resigned frotit her
position as dtrcttor oi Student lltyeistty lin-
gageiiicrit at Us in June Raflttidrn deyelr
oped the litter (ireek Relations Protect last
September to promote cooperation between black
and white fraternities Now. her exit has left a mat in
the group. said sttideiit committee member liniily

“We‘re kind of at a crossroads right noyy said
Brantley. a management and political science run<

A. tension rises betore l'K's toot
ball game against the l iityersity o!
lotiis\tllc this weekend. students
otIt for blood literally

\\ hilc (kits~ tans are hoping to: .iii
other \tctory on the field. sortie are
working to secure a win in d diflerent
battle against the (‘ardinals llie Battle
of the Bluegrass Blood Donor (‘hal
lcnge is air annual competition between
the two tlnl\t‘l'stfli.‘s..

Last year 0 095 l‘K students donat-
ed blood for the challenge. 41in more
donors than l7 ol l.. but the numbers
are much closer this year. said Patti
Dobbins ot the Kentucky Blood (‘eiiter




Although the members hope to keep the group
going. they do not liaye the iriaterials they need to
facilitate theinsclyes. Brantley said. -\tin Mums. a
student committee member. said the group had to


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votes portions of their estab-
lishment to different types of
music. The bar caters to fans
of h1p~hop. pop and even

A place that l have been
hearing great things about.
but have yet to have had the

privilege of checking out. is
Al‘s Bar located at 6th and
North Limestone. I took a
look at their music schedule
via MySpace. and it was pep
pered with a diverse musical
mix that includes bluegrass,
funk. a brass band and some
indie rock.

What I have put forth
are a few suggestions to aid
in the search for a good
time. While I have men-

tioned a few establishments.
there are many other great
places for live music such as
the Fishtank. Lynagh‘s or
Common Grounds. So don‘t
fret at the loss of The Dante.
It is sad to see it go, but
there are still many places
around town to fulfill your
live music needs.

Nick Walters is an ling-
[ish senior. E-muil [1'11-
mrcs@ k ykemel .com .


Continued from page 3

Jillian Tauffener. of Columbia. Ky.. who
has been a fan of the band since sixth grade
and owns all of the band‘ s albums said she
plans to get to Rupp Arena about eight hours
before the show starts to ensure that she gets

a good seat.

Michael Trent Reznor created Nine Inch
Nails in l988. Reznor. who released his first
album "Pretty Hate Machine" in l989. is the
only official member of the band and controls

its musical direction. Unlike the vast majority
of industrial artists, Reznor‘s albums. called
Halos. feature melodic. traditionally structured
songs where lyrics are a focal point. according
to an MTV band biography.



In spite of being disgruntled about higher
ticket prices Rose may find himself once
again standing in Rupp Arena listening to

"'I m not going to start buying his CDs
'Rose said.
throw in an old one but I‘m not going to be a
Nine Inch Nails freak again. Time and place
I'm not there anymore. But I can still be a fan.
I can still go to the show."

To be honest. I might


WRFL 88.1 FM
Top-10 albums of the week

1. Silver Jews, "Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea"

2. Calexico. "Carried to Dust"
3. Walkmen, "You and Me”

4.Sigur Bos,

"Med sub i eyrum vib spilum

5. Stereolab, "Chemical Chords"

6. Beck, "Modern Guilt”

7. Sic Alps, "A Long Way Around to a Shortcut"

8. Margot 81 the Nuclear So and 80's, “Daytrotter


9. Daedalus, "Love to Make Music to"
10. Melvins, "Nude With Boots"


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er set of keys to your

Complete with how
to handle and share the
bathroom. showing
other ways to divide up
the fridge besides us-
ing duct-tape — appar-
ently people do that —
using the Hollywood
example of Balki and
Cousin Larry to show
that “Perfect
Strangers“ can be per—
fect roommates and ad-
vice on how to know
when it's time to say
“So Long. Farewell.
Auf Wiedersehen."
Williams‘ book is a
must-have for all
roommates and people
still searching for
someone to share the
bills with. “Room-
mates: Sharing Your
Home With Friends.
Strangers. and Total
Freaks" will be avail-
able in September.



Gender differences still
matter in movies — a lot

By Joanne Weintraub
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

One is sun-sparkled
Aegean blue. the other dark
as ink. One teems with
women scattering flowers.
the other with men tossing

Both are highly entertain-
ing. though each has moments
of sheer over-the—top goofiness
when viewers‘ eyebrows may
arch toward their hairlines.

So why is “Mamma
Mia!" considered a guilty
pleasure. while “The Dark
Knight" is widely respected
as a grown-up drama'.’

Yes. Christopher Nolan's
Batman movie has a jaw-
dropping performance by
Heath Ledger as the Joker.
while Phyllida Lloyd’s musiA
cal has 77 well. let‘s just say
that my Jaw remained right
where it was throughout the
whole thing.

But beyond Ledger‘s sin<
gular piece of work. there‘s
an obvmus difference be-
tween these two fantasy
films. ()ne‘s a chick flick.
and the other is for "every—
one." defined in this case ——
and in many others - as
everyone whose idea of a

good time is watching men
attempt to destroy the world
or save it.

Spare me the argument
that “Dark Knight" isn't a
boys‘ club because Maggie
Gyllenhaal is in it. She gives
an OK performance in an OK
role in a movie where
Ledger. Christian Bale. Aaron
Eckhart. Eric Roberts and
even a pair of old guys.
Michael Caine and Morgan
Freeman. have more interest-
ing things to do.

Oh. and Det. Ramirez.
the girl cop who plays what I
believe is known as a “small
but pivotal role" in the de-
nouement‘.’ Bet you can‘t
even name the actress who
plays her. And that goes dou—
ble for Judge Surrillo. the
lady Jurist.

To be considered serious
by critics and a blockbuster
among viewers.