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McCorvey to stay at UK Professor built opera program By Samantha Rogers

UK’s distinguished educator and performer, Everett McCorvey, has withdrawn from consideration for the post of dean for the School of Music, Theatre and Dance at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. He has decided to stay with the program he has built at UK for the last 22 years. UK President Eli Capilouto McCorvey announced McCorvey's decision from the stage of the Lexington Opera House March 1 before the opening performance of the UK Opera Theatre's production of “The Marriage of Figaro.” “I was very pleased that Dr. McCorvey and his family made the decision to stay at UK and in Lexington. They are deeply respected here and in the community,”Capilouto said. “They have built an enduring legacy here and I think they want to continue to build on that, touching students and impacting the community for what we all hope will be many years to come.” The crowd gave McCorvey a standing ovation, before the opera had begun. “I’m thrilled he decided to stay,” said Cynthia Lawrence, professor and endowed chair in music (voice) at UK. “I think the public spoke loudly.” See MCCORVEY on page 2

UK to hold violence event


Visiting Scholar Yuanlin Qi and his daughter, Ella, pose in their home at Cooperstown apartments on Wednesday. Qi’s family may be forced to move out early by UK.

Cooperstown residents forced to relocate in June structures on campus, such as the Shawneetown and Greg Page complexes. One such student being asked to leave is Lipiang Fu, a visiting scholar from southern China who has Cooperstown apartments shows a lot of wear and tear on the exterior of just a few months buildling G Wednesday. UK has cited these issues as reason to demolish. left at UK before she goes back fore heading back home. mer, or if UK will provide home. “I go back to China in or help locate alternate Fu is one of many students who is being asked to September,” she said. “I housing, Fu is left in a leave her current living would like to stay where I nerve-wracking limbo. “It is an unstable life arrangements, and is totally am until then.” Fu, along with many here,” she said. “I feel great lost on where she will be living in the next few other students in a wide ar- pressure for us because we ray of related housing are looking for a house.” months. Most apartments in “I came here to do re- predicaments, have submitsearch,” she said. “Not to ted appeals to UK to be al- Lexington lease for 12worry about where I am go- lowed to stay on campus, month periods — too long but won’t hear back until for students like Fu to sign. ing to live.” Being able to sympaVisiting Scholars, like mid April at the earliest. Without knowing if she thize with UK’s position, Fu Fu, stay at a foreign university for a 12-month year, not will have to find her own said that she just wanted to just an academic year, be- place to live over the sumSee HOUSING on page 2

UK plans to demolish buildings By Judah Taylor

A cornerstone of graduate housing will be removed from campus this summer, leaving many current residents with no quarter. Originally built 66 years ago to be the home of veterans and their families following World War II, Cooperstown, the officer-style barracks turned dormitory, will be demolished this summer to make way for more modern undergraduate housing. The “decommissioning” of the seven building complexes off Woodland Avenue which was home to doctor, lawyer and NFL great Jim Kovach in the ’70s, is part of UK’s masterplan, which includes plans to build up to 9,000 new beds for under-

graduates over the next few years. “Cooperstown has been good solid housing for a lot of students and families throughout the years, but I don’t think anyone would argue that it’s not badly outdated and not in line with what (UK) wants to offer students in the long term, in terms of residential housing,” UK spokesman Jay Blanton said. In order to begin the construction of new buildings, UK has to demolish the old ones on site, meaning students who are living there now have to leave and find somewhere else to go. UK is asking all residents to vacate Cooperstown by June 7, along with all graduate and non-degree seeking students who live in other graduate housing

Cats Sweet 16 hopes go through Dayton

By Taylor Clements

UK’s Violence Intervention and Prevention Center will host its annual Take Back The Night event Wednesday beginning at 7 p.m. Take Back The Night is a campus and community event that recognizes the collective power to end violence,” said Melanie Matson, director of the VIP Center. The name “Take Back The Night” signifies reclaiming the streets, not being afraid to walk alone at night and shedding light on the issue of sexual violence. “We’re not just going to talk about it,” said Lindsey Booth, programming intern at the VIP Center, “but we’re going to bring it to the streets and talk about it.” The two main components of the event consist of a march through downtown Lexington and a rally at Courthouse Plaza. It will end with an after party at 3rd Street Stuff and Coffee, which will feature half-price drinks. The march will begin at See VIP on page 2

Hoops can advance with win over Flyers By Boyd Hayes


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After No. 2 seed UK Hoops used a productive second half to complete a 20-point win over No. 15 seed Navy in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday, No. 7 seed Dayton needed two overtimes to beat No. 10 seed St. John’s, 96-90. Now the Cats (285) and the Flyers (28-2) will face off for the first time since 1997 with a chance at the Sweet 16 hanging in the balance. “We were thrilled to advance in the tournament yesterday," UK head coach Matthew Mitchell said. “It was a

great win for us and our basketball team.” Though UK trailed Navy at the half on Sunday, the Cats used an 112 run at the start of the second half to take the lead, and solid defense to hold on for the victory. The Cats forced 25 Navy turnovers, including 12 in the second half, and held the Midshipmen to 31.9 percent shooting on the night. “We played some tough defense yesterday,” Mitchell said. “That is something we take a lot of pride in and work really hard on, and it helped us move forward in the tournament.” Against Navy, the Cats got 18 points and 11 rebounds from junior





center DeNesha Stallworth, as well as 14 points and six rebounds from junior forward Samarie Walker. Sophomore guard Jennifer O’Neill added 12 points, four assists and a careerhigh five steals. AP SEC Player of the Year senior guard A’dai Mathies has yet to score a field goal in the tournament, as she had five points on 5-of-6 free-throw shooting against Navy. Dayton’s first-round victory over St. John’s required 50 minutes of basketball, and during that time, four Flyers scored in double figures, including 24 points from sophomore guard AnSee HOOPS on page 2


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MCCORVEY Continued from page 1 Since his arrival at UK in 1991, McCorvey has built the college’s opera program into a nationally recognized program, “both by word of mouth and those in the business,” Lawrence said. Under his direction, the UK voice program was named to a list of 20 recommended opera training programs in the United States by the Richard Tucker Music Foundation. “We are always looking for ways to enhance what we do well. Dr. McCorvey has built a nationally and internationally regarded opera program, even in the midst of a very tough economy. It attracts students from all walks of life and throughout the country,” Capilouto said. McCorvey has also helped launch the careers of several professional opera singers, including Gregory

HOOPS Continued from page 1 drea Hoover and 21 points from freshman guard Kelley Austria. Hoover and senior guard Samantha MacKay average 12.6 and 10.4 points per game, respectively, with sophomore forward Ally Malott adding 10.7

Turay, Phumzile Sojola, Andrea Jones-Sojola, Patricia Andress, Corey Crider and Reshma Shetty, who also stars as Divya Katdare on the USA television series “Royal Pains.” “The arts are an important part of helping ensure that our students have the range, skills and education to succeed in whatever they choose to do when they leave UK,”Capilouto said. In addition to transforming UK opera productions into major Lexington arts events, McCorvey also established “It’s a Grand Night for Singing!” show-tune concerts as must-see dates on the city’s arts calendar. “His vision for the opera program is why I came,” Lawrence said. “I wouldn’t be here otherwise.” McCorvey also founded and currently directs the Lexington-based American Spiritual Ensemble, which tours internationally presenting spiritual songs. He was also an executive producer

of the opening ceremonies of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games. “He works tirelessly – not even hard,” Lawrence said. “And he’s always in a good mood, even though things may seem dire at times.” McCorvey currently holds the rank of professor of voice and the Lexington Opera Society Endowed Chair in Opera Studies, and is the director and executive producer of Opera Theatre. This academic year, the UK Opera Theatre staged a production of “The Phantom of the Opera” that broke attendance records at the Lexington Opera House. Their latest production of “The Marriage of Figaro”, performed March 1 through March 3, was also given rave reviews. “I think Everett is looking forward to continuing his work and preparing for future shows,” Capilouto said.

points per game for Dayton. The Flyers received an at-large bid to the tournament after winning the Atlantic 10 regular season championship for the first time in school history with an undefeated league run. “Dayton has an outstanding team, very well coached,” Mitchell said. “I was very impressed with their players yesterday and their toughness to advance

against a good St. John's team. We will do everything we can today to prepare well and see if we can win another game in the tournament tomorrow.” UK leads the overall series between the schools, 12-3. The game will tip at 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday, and will be televised on ESPN2 and broadcast on the UK IMG Sports Network.

HOUSING Continued from page 1 cooperate and get through the process with minimal inconveniences, but felt that she was being tossed out into a storm by herself, and had no idea how to weather it. “The people here are very nice,” she said. “The teachers are very nice, but this new policy is very not nice.” One option for visiting scholars like Fu may be to temporarily take residence in the vacant undergraduate dormitories over the summer. But, that may not work for some students such as those with families or different schedules. Yuanlin Qi, a Visiting Scholar from Fujian, China, lives in Cooperstown with his wife and daughter. He said that the most troubling thing is his daughter’s education. She is in the third grade, and may be forced to move schools again if they are forced to move off of campus. The Qi’s leave the country in December, again too short a time to sign a lease off campus, but too long a time to stay in Cooperstown. There will be no guarantees on what the appeals committee will decide, according to Blanton and Ben Crutcher, Assistant Auxiliary VP, which may leave the Qi’s and Fu between a rock and a hard place this summer. “The process isn’t perfect,” admitted Blanton, adding that there will be bumps along the road to better on campus housing. “There are challenges associated with this process,” Blanton said. “But I think it’s

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Lollapalooza headliners to include Mumford Sons, Phoenix, Vampire Weekend CHICAGO — Mumford & Sons, Phoenix, Vampire Weekend and the Killers will be among the headliners for Lollapalooza in Grant Park on Aug. 2-4. Also confirmed by multiple industry sources are the National and the Postal Service (a reunion of Ben Gibbard and Jimmy Tamborello on the 10-year anniversary of their million-selling debut, “Give Up”). Lollapalooza promoters C3 Presents said it would officially announce the lineup next month. “Early bird” tickets for the festival go on sale next Tuesday. Lollapalooza, which relaunched in 2005 as a destination festival in Chicago, has become increasingly successful, consistently selling out 270,000 tickets over three days in recent

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three locations – Patterson Office Tower, Thoroughbred Park and 3rd Street Stuff and Coffee, where the crowd will gather at Courthouse Plaza for a rally. “I hope it will reignite people’s passion about being involved in preventing violence,” said Allie Minieri, member of the Take Back The Night planning committee. “And help to create a campus environment that doesn’t tolerate violence.” For more than 30 years, the Lexington community has


Third grader Ella Qi looks out the window at Coopertown apartments. clear that (UK) is trying to do what’s best for the most people involved.” For those residents who have to leave the complexes, and who do manage to sign a lease off campus, UK will write a check for $750 — an amount that is approximately equal to one month’s rent. UK is also looking into the possibility of renting out area apartments and then leasing them back to displaced students and scholars at the same price that they are currently paying to stay on campus, according to Blanton. Going beyond that, UK will offer surplus furniture to the new renters, for little or no cost once the legal issues have been sorted out. According to Blanton, every option is being explored to help students like Fu and families like the Qi’s make an easy transition between residencies, and that is partly why the process has begun this early and taking so long to complete. “We’re continuing to delve more deeply into this issue, and to try to find more options that are appropriate

for everyone,” he said. Acknowledging that the process can be frustrating, Blanton said everything is being done to keep the transition as smooth as possible for students. “It is completely understandable that there is anxiety and apprehension by someone being impacted by this transition,” he said. “… but to be able to move forward with revitalizing housing, which virtually everyone agrees needs to be done, we need to be able to decommission these outdated structures now.” Not every resident is concerned with the demolition. Business management senior Colleen Fitzpatrick is going to graduate this semester, and is happy that the buildings are going to be taken down. “It’s so old, and it kind of smells funky,” she said of Cooperstown building G. “I’m actually going to take advantage of the fact that they’re tearing it down, and I’m going to stay in the apartment until June. Which is nice, because they usually make you leave in the same month,” she said.

hosted Take Back The Night. UK became involved after the creation of the VIP Center in 2004. President Eli Capilouto and his wife will gather with students at POT plaza to receive signs to carry and chants to say while marching. The rally will feature keynote speakers, performances by local artists and actors, an open mic segment and a candle light vigil. “I hope that people hear stories during the event that change their lives,” Matson said. “... and help them really recognize the impact that violence has on our community.” Among the featured

speakers and performers are Capilouto, Lexington Mayor Jim Gray, and local artists Jeremiah Muwanga, Bianca Spriggs and Dajom Spades. Student Megan Jellison will perform the skit “One Billion Rising” from the Vagina Monologues and UK’s acappella group the Acoustic Hats will sing. Booth hopes that Take Back The Night will not only shed light on the issue of violence, but also bring the UK community together. “It’s our responsibility to look out for and protect each other,” Booth said. “It’s a privilege and a duty to help out in the UK community.”

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Debate continues on Nerlens Noel v. Anthony Davis This is the second in a series comparing Anthony Davis and Nerlens Noel. Offense: As shown by the stats, Davis and Noel have incredibly close numbers, with Davis barely edging out Noel in points, rebounds and assists. It is also important to note that Davis holds a higher field goal and free throw percentage than Noel. This part of the match-up is incredibly close, but the numbers never lie, therefore the choice here is relatively clear overall. EDGE: DAVIS. Defense: Much like in the offensive category, the numbers, while close, tend to favor Davis. The one stat to note in which CHEYENE Noel does take the edge is steals per game, MILLER while Davis holds the edge in rebounds and Kernel blocks. The defensive part of this breakcolumnist down is even closer than the offensive, but the edge again must barely be given to Davis. EDGE: DAVIS. Court Presence: Even in their physical presence, these players resemble each other so well. Both 6'10, and between 220-230 pounds of pure, athletic build. Feared as defenders, and respected as future NBA stars, Davis and Noel were very

intimidating figures on the college court. Teams had to constantly game plan to find a way to deal with these two court titans, often to no avail. Because this category is so close, I'm taking the cowards way out and calling it a wash. EDGE: EVEN. Leadership: This is where the breakdown gets tricky. It is easy to see who has the edge in concrete subjects like offense and defense, because all one has to do is use that fancy little invention “those kids these days are using” (I'm referring to the Internet) and pull up both player’s statistics. That gives backup to your claims. However, there are no numbers to measure leadership, so I'm basing my selection on this. The year Davis played, he was supported by an A-list roster, with two of his other teammates being selected in the top 20 of the 2012 NBA draft (Michael Kidd-Gilchrist went at No. 2 and Terrence Jones at No. 18). Point being, Davis was a star, surrounded by other stars. Noel was surrounded by extreme talent, but it's hard to argue that his aid stacks up in comparison to the aid Davis had at his disposal. For that reason, I believe Noel had extra weight on his back. EDGE: NOEL. X-Factor: For the X-factor here, I am going to go straight for the bottom line. All you basketball fans who support the idea of Lebron James being a more dominant player than Michael Jordan and are tired of hearing the “Jordan had

6 rings” argument, you might want to stop reading this article right now. When it comes down to legacies in sports, fans remember success more than anything. In sports, success is defined by titles. Championships define the ultimate level of success in sports and many other aspects of life. Anthony Davis and the 2011-2012 Cats won the NCAA Division I national championship with relatively no opposition. Nerlens Noel and the 2012-2013 Cats were knocked out of the first round of the National Invitational Tournament. EDGE: DAVIS. Summary: The general round-up of this breakdown is that these two players are incredibly close in almost every aspect of the game. They are threats offensively, fearsome shotblockers defensively, intimidating physical figures, leaders on their teams and have futures bright as the sun. The fact is Davis tends to be slightly (and I do mean SLIGHTLY) better than Noel in almost all the areas where they both shine. That added in with the fact that Davis has a national title ring and that Noel’s ring finger is lonelier than the new kid in school, the overall edge has to go to the man with the big brow. OVERALL MORE DOMINANT PLAYER: ANTHONY DAVIS Cheyene Miller is a journalism freshman. Email

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