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Roselle, president of UK, spoke with l
2,000 faculty, staff and students on
how the university was going to deal
with the financial cuts. . . 2-16.· 3,000
from the universities across the state
marched on the capitol in Frankfort
against Wilkinson ’s budget proposal
to support higher education.
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As students returned t0 cam- were many places in the `
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gust, they were met with Triangle Park, The Espresso \
many new things. Cafe, Comedy on Broadway (
UK ’s first Freshman Fall were a few places students
l Orientation, 400 students went.
  without housing, a new uni- Students also went to con-
  versity president, and few- certs. The "Boss", U2, and
V new buildings were some of Pink Floyd were some of the
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` tered. Arena.
2 Many controversial issues Homecoming and Little
  were stirred up on campus. Kentucky Derby were two
  The Student Government activities the Student Activ-
e   Association voted to put ities Board sponsored.
A condoms in dormitory bath- WRFL, the student run
. rooms. The AIDS problem radio station, finally hit the
was getting some attention. airwaves on March 2, 1988.
M g A march held in honor of Dorm lU’e, commuting to
    Dr. Martin Luther King campus, and working were a
’ .`..i L stirred up some controversy few things involved in stu-
also. dents’ daily lives.
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  there were a variety of activ- year came to an end, stu-
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