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Students postpone finals studies for fun, free food at Cram Jam

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Spring Awakening: The Musical. Presented by UK Theatre.

7:30-9:30 p.m. April 26-28. Guignol Theatre. $10 students, $15 general admission. (859) 257-3297. theatre.

New Horizons Band.

3 p.m. Singletary Center for the Arts. Free. (859)257-4929. http://finearts

Systems Thinking for Sustainability: Student Showcase.

10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Main Building, Room 209. Free. (859) 257-6336.

Comedy All-Stars: Joe Clair, Shawty Shawty, Larry Starks, and Mario “Goo” McIntyre. Hosted by 107.9 FM’s Jay Alexander. 7:30 p.m. Kentucky Theater, 214 E. Main St. $27.75. (859) 231-6997.

Extra Crispy Improv Comedy. 9 p.m. Natasha’s Bistro, 112 Esplanade. $8. (859) 2592754.

27 Saturday

29 Monday

Trivia for AHA.

6-8 p.m. Campus Pub, 393 Waller Ave. $5 registration. All proceeds benefit the American Association Heart Walk. (859) 323-3515. trivia-night-aha.

#Studying: Smarties or Stimulants?

Learn about the dangers of abusing prescription stimulants such as Adderall. Free goody bags filled with study snacks and other giveaways. 6-8 p.m. W.T. Young Library, Gallery Room. Free. (859)218-3258. www.facebook .com/UKstudenthealth.

UK 1-Minute Video Blast.

Check out 60 one-minute art videos from the Digital Media Space & Time class. 6-7 p.m. Student Center, Worsham Theater. Free.

Have a safe and happy summer!

Tips for studying during finals week CHRIS EDER

Students planning on cramming for finals might want to think again. “Approach finals like you would a sports tournament,” Kathy Johnson said, study smarter seminar coordinator for The Study. “You are not going to stay up all night and practice for a sporting event so why would you pull an all night cram session for a final exam?” Often, students make the mistake of studying the night before an exam. Johnson said, according to Harvard, cramming hurts exam scores; getting eight hours of sleep the night before an exam leads to a 90 percent chance to have a 10 percent better score. “Pace yourself. You need to survive all five days. It is a marathon not a sprint,” saidAnnie Tiu, biology senior. Johnson went on to suggest when studying, break up a study session in 30-minute sections. By sectioning up the time, it will allow more focus on the notes and allow more rewarding breaks when needed. “Get to your exam early and decompress afterward, don’t let the possibility of a bad score cloud your judgment for future exams,” Johnson said. Finals week can be a stressful time but if you go into the week with a game plan you can increase your success and reduce your stress. Here are tips for studying: —“Try not to get too stressed out,” marketing junior Marcelle Venter said. “Budget your time accordingly and prioritize which exams you need to study for more.” —“Getting an adequate amount of sleep is important,” ISC senior Jenna Bream said. —“Try to study with classmates to benefit everyone and relax and don’t fry your brain,” electrical engineering junior Troy Fields said. —“I think it’s better to study a lot over short bits, don’t cram spread out your study time,” chemical engineering juinor Kevin Blakely said. —“Long term preparation utilize dead week and your campus resources,” secondary social studies education senior Parker Whitehouse said. —“Don’t panic stay calm and you should do well,” elementary education sophomore Taylor Patrick said. —“Relax! Don’t freak out about the last week it doesn’t have to be so stressful,” nutrition pre-med junior Amira Aljabi said. —“Pace yourself you need to survive all five days. It is a marathon not a sprint,” biology senior Annie Tiu said. 04.26.13 | weekend timeout | 3

Focus moves to Class of 2014

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Emmanuel Mudiay: 6-foot-3,180 lbs. Point Guard


After four straight seasons of recruiting supremacy, UK head coach John Calipari has once again sealed the No. 1 recruiting class in the nation. With only Andrew Wiggins remaining undecided from the Class of 2013, attention now turns to the names at the top of the rankings in the Class of 2014, who Calipari is hoping to entice to Lexing-

ton. Five-star center Karl Towns Jr., has already accepted Calipari’s offer of a scholarship at UK. But who will join him at Rupp Arena in the fall of 2014? Calipari has offered scholarships to five of the top-10 soon-to-be high school seniors, and three of the top-25. Let’s take a look at who the big guns are in the Class of 2014.

Jahlil Okafor: 6-foot-9, 255 lbs. Center

- High School: Whitney Young High School - Hometown: Chicago - Rank: No. 1 - Teams in the running: Arizona, Arkansas, DePaul, Duke, Illinois, UK, Louisville, Michigan State, North Carolina, Ohio State, Wisconsin The consensus No. 1 prospect in the

2014 class among all of the top recruting services is Jahlil Okafor. He fits the mold of a double-double-every-game sort of player and has developed post skills and an efficient mid-range shot to come at teams from every angle. Okafor received MVP honors with Team USA at the FIBA U17 World Championship in Lithuania and will be a star where ever he ends up.

Tyus Jones: 6-foot-1, 175 lbs. Point Guard

- High School: Prime Prep Academy - Hometown: Dallas, Texas - Rank: No. 3 - Teams in the running: Arizona, Baylor, Kansas, UK, Louisville, North Carolina State, Oklahoma State, Saint John's (NY), SMU, Texas Mudiay has a combination of speed and

athleticism that is unmatched at the point guard position in the 2014 class. He fits into the college landscape better than Jones in terms of his size, but his mid-range and three-point shooting will have to improve. Mudiay can get into the paint and finish through contact very well and would fit Calipari's dribble-drive system nicely.

- High School: Arsenal Technical high school - Hometown: Indianapolis - AAU Team: Spiece Indy Heat - Rank: No. 4 - Teams in the running: Butler, Duke, Florida, Louisville, UCLA, UK. Top-ranked power forward Trey Lyles, who has made four trips to Lexington since

September, seems to be in Calipari’s crosshairs. Lyles decommitted from Indiana in the fall and was in attendance for Midnight Madness and again on March 9 when UK defeated No. 11 Florida. The only knock against Lyles is that he is a little undersized to play the four. His post game and face-up game are major strengths and he has the ability to pass out of the post as well.

- High School: Curie Metropolitan High School - Hometown: Chicago - AAU Team: D-Rose - Rank: No. 5 - Teams in the running: UK, Michigan State, DePaul, Florida State, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisville, Memphis, Michigan, Ohio State, Purdue, Tennessee, Wisconsin Alexander has high interest in UK and

Michigan St. at this point and has been heavily recruited by both. Alexander is a hard worker on both ends of the floor and will ferociously go after every rebound that is in his vicinity. His pick-and-roll game is above average, but he will struggle if he is forced to take a jumper from the elbow off of picks. He needs to vastly improve his offensive repertoire but he will flourish off of offensive rebounds and put-backs.

- High School: Robbinsdale Cooper High School - Hometown: New Hope, MN - AAU Team: Net Gain Sports - Rank: 13 -Teams in the running: Baylor, Duke, Florida, Florida State, Illinois, Iowa State, Kansas, UK, Louisville, Maryland, Minnesota, North Carolina, Syracuse, Texas One thing that you absolutely cannot

teach is size, and Vaughn has great NBAtype size at the shooting guard postition. He is a solid shooter especially when he can spot up, but his ballhandling could use some improving if he is to become an elite scorer at the next level. With a little work on his offthe-dribble scoring and his size, he has the ability to become a prolific scorer in both college and the NBA.

- High School: Moss Point High School - Hometown: Moss Point, Miss. - Rank: No. 23 - Teams in the running: Arkansas, Duke, Florida, UK, Michigan, Michigan State, Missouri, North Carolina, Stanford Booker announced via Twitter that he had been offered a scholarship by Calipari on Wednesday and became the second shooting gaurd in the Class of 2014 to be in UK's

sights. Booker has a high basketball IQ that is rare among players his age. He is a good shooter, but the other aspects of his offensive game are lacking. He will need to improve on his ability to get to the rim and his poise against on-ball defensive pressure. With some more work on his mid-range shooting game, look for Booker to be a Doron Lamb-type player. 04.26.13 | weekend timeout| 5

Trey Lyles: 6-foot-9, 210 lbs. Power Forward

Cliff Alexander: 6-foot-9, 230 lbs. Center

Rashad Vaughn: 6-foot-5, 180 lbs. Shooting Guard


Tyus Jones takes the ball to the basket in the 4A State Championship game March 23. - High School: Apple Valley High School - Hometown: Apple Valley, Mn. - AAU Team: Howard Pulley - Rank: No. 2 - Teams in the running: Arizona, Baylor, Duke, Indiana, Iowa, UK, Michigan State, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio State, UCLA Jones is one of the most polished players in the class of 2014. His decision making and

leadership make him a top commodity for any program. His speed is dazzling and, as of late, has developed quite the offensive arsenal. Jones and Okafor have made it known that they have plans to come as a packagedeal. "We're most definitely excited to do (a package-deal)," Jones said to, "We're very serious about doing it and think it's going to happen." Jones was also with Team USA at the FIBE U17 World Championship and won a gold medal with Okafor.

Devin Booker: 6-foot-4, 175 lbs. Shooting Guard

A day in a house director’s life

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Running Greek houses a 24/7 job, with roles as ‘mom,’ friend, manager BECCA CLEMONS

under any circumstances.” Between bringing large hauls home from Sam’s and supervising all of the sorority house’s operations, she is a friend, mentor Judy Cockrum equates what she does to and confidant to all of the Theta women. running a hotel. Throughout the day, they visit Cockrum in She’s on call 24 hours a day, is responsible for supervising maintenance and employ- her apartment inside the Theta house, where she lives with her blind Shih Tzu, Francisco, ing a staff, and she sees hundreds of people to discuss whatever they might need to get come and go each year. She’s even won her off their chest. employer the Sam’s Club Small Business of “They know that when they come the Year award because she shops in bulk so through that door that what they tell me is in often. confidence,” Cockrum said. She said she’s But unlike a hotel, her residents have a heard stories about broken families, heartmore extended stay. Cockrum is the house break, failing exams and financial problems. director for Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, “One of my main responsibilities is to which has about 200 members, with 42 build young women,” she said. women living in the sorority house on Co“I see them come in here all glassy eyed, and when they leave, they’re mature young women.” “A tremendous transition” happens between when the women come in as freshmen Judy Cockrum, the house director for Kappa Alpha Theta, shops at Sam's Club for the to when Theta house on Nov. 26. She takes large shopping trips at least once a week for the they gradhouse. Her business helped Theta win the Small Business of the Year award. uate, said Donna lumbia Avenue. To both those familiar and unaccustomed Sheehan, the house director at Delta Zeta sorority for the past 12 1/2 years. to sorority life, running a house full of colSheehan said the job has a little bit of lege-aged women could seem like a daunting everything involved and that each day is diftask. A house director’s job is to keep everyferent. thing at the house running smoothly, from “You have to enjoy young people, and I keeping track of finances and managing do,” she said. housekeeping staff to planning dinners and She said that each Greek house takes on keeping boys out at night. the personality of the house director, and “I have friends who aren’t in the profeseach director manages differently. Many of sion at all who ask ‘What do you do with your day?’ “ said Cockrum, who is “Mom J” the directors also are friends with each other, meeting for dinner or going to the movies; to students. “It’s busy. It’s not from 9 to 5 6 | weekend timeout | 04.26.13

Cockrum said her job often involves teaching young women the basics of living on their own. She has hosted etiquette dinners (for both sororities and fraternities), led cooking classes and even taught some students how to use the washer and dryer. “She’s become like the second mom for all of us,” said McKenzie Meyer, a senior in Theta, “and she’s really made the Theta house PHOTOS BY BECCA CLEMONS | STAFF a second home, especially Cockrum is shown in a Kappa Alpha Theta composite, along with her for those who live far away. 12-year-old Shih Tzu, Francisco, the house pet. “She doesn’t limit her job to just being a house one day last week, Cockrum and Sheehan mother,” Meyer said. “She becomes our conmade a date to go to Josie’s Restaurant. fidant. She edits our English papers. She’s a Being a house director — or “house shoulder to cry on and talk to about anymom,” as the position is often called — is thing.” not for “little gray haired old ladies,” as The chapter hosted its annual Mom J ApCockrum first thought when she took the job preciation Week in the fall, even before in 2002. Directors come from different points Cockrum made her decision to retire to in their lives and various backgrounds. In spend more time with her children and fact, some fraternities have men as house digrandchildren in Arkansas (seven of her eight rectors, while others have women. grandchildren live there, including a set of As Cockrum plans to leave her job as triplets). They wrote her notes expressing aphouse director after 11 years, she said she preciation. will miss her support system at Theta. “When I read those notes from these girls “They have been with me through the it makes me realize how important this posihighest points of my life and the lowest tion is, Cockrum said. “It’s really humbling.” points of my life,” she said. “I have the support of all these magnificent women.” The Theta women share with Cockrum many details of their lives over dinner or in closed quarters. They laugh over dinner as they talk about their weekends — often sharing stories they might not take home to their mothers. “They will make bad decisions,” she said. “I wish I could say that all of the decisions I made in college were perfect.” Another phrase many of the Theta women have come Cockrum talks with Thetas, including twins Allison Lambert, center, to know: “Been there, done and Jessica Lambert, far left, as she holds Jessica's dog, Mischa, near her apartment in the Theta house. Most house directors live in that, bought the T-shirt.” the houses they run and constantly interact with Greek members.

tate.” Editor’s note: OK, OK that’s a lie. We’re a bunch of sarcastic, immature college students who feel like venting their frustrations at the end of the year. It’s unfortunate that some of you must bear the brunt of that. But take comfort in the fact that in about a month the summer Kernel begins, under the direction of Tom Hurley, and then comes the fall with the woman you love to hate, Rachel Aretakis. You are encouraged to make the life of these two fine people a living hell. Until


taken care of.


goes to the administrators with extra retirement benefits, which were discovered during a time of budget cuts and layoffs. We guess the “false crisis” the faculty Senate accused President Eli Capilouto of creating never made its way to the top. Rest easy knowing while your tuition went up and your favorite professors went without raises, our highest paid administrators were

6. The Make it Rain Award

Students slide down the slip’n’slide during the tailgate before UK’s football game against Western Kentucky on Sept. 15.


their right to party at the popular spot for one game after incidents at the Western Kentucky game. Sadly, once tailgating privileges were reinstated, almost everyone was over football anyway.

5. The “(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party!)” Award goes to the Bowl tailgaters who lost

4. Best Fashion Statement – When Anthony Davis left UK in favor of NBA millions, we knew we’d miss those famous forehead follicles. Luckily, freshman sensation Nerlens Noel filled the void with his “Fresh Prince”-inspired flat top. But after a shortened season due to injury and an early departure to the Draft, we’re once again hurting for hair. Noel Maybe some incoming players can grow a Fu Manchu. We’re looking at you, one of the Harrison twins — we have to tell you apart somehow.

UK basketball Unforgettable and current Morehead State head coach, who said this year’s team had “a sense of entitlement” and “didn't seem like Kentucky basketball players to me” at a telethon to benefit Hurricane Sandy early in the season. Pretty keen foresight you’ve got there, Sean. We look forward to hearing your sentiments concerning next year’s team.

3. The “I Hate to Say I Told You So” Award goes to Sean Woods, a

Water floods Blazer Cafe after a pipe burst above the ceiling April 2. Students eating dinner were forced to rush outside.


2. The Big Break Award goes to pipes in Fine Arts and Blazer Hall for bursting just a few weeks apart from each other and creating waterfalls. The next time you enter an old building on campus, you may want to bring an umbrella, rain boots, a raincoat, raft or snorkeling gear.

goes to the R1 pass holders who lost their parking spots during the first semester with little advance warning. We hope you enjoyed your 6 a.m. walk to K Lot in December. Just remember, it was all in the name of expansion. Those extra steps you took will allow some future freshman to have a luxurious bed in a privately funded dorm. Sadly, that student will never know the sacrifice you made for him or her to have a better residence life.

1. The “Dude, Where’s My Car?” Award

Years ago — or so the legend goes — an embittered Kernel editor came back to the office upset, hurt, insulted. A prominent campus figure had unfairly harangued the young reporter for an offense that he did not commit. It was at that point, in the heat and sweat of tension, that the young editor vowed revenge. From those feelings of hate, the Golden Forks were born. As a testament to that young reporter we take it upon ourselves to strike back with venomous pleasure at those who have wronged the mighty “Fourth Es-


12. The Average Joes Award goes to the UK men's basketball team, which had one of the more underwhelming seasons in recent memory. From preseason No. 3 to first-round NIT losers, the Cats fell to such depths that football recruiting became a surprisingly newsworthy topic around Lexington. Not to overuse the pun here, but they even played dodgeball to try to work out of their funk (it didn't really work). But it's OK, BBN, the Globo Gym of recruiting classes will arrive on campus in due time, and your memories of a season ended by Robert Morris will be dead and gone.

lice” video and the UK police officer who co-starred with him. Turns out it was the student and not the cop who understood his rights in that situation. These two entertained many with their YouTube video. No word if they plan on working together again soon. Here’s to hoping. No ranch dressing or sweatpants were harmed in the shooting of that video.

11. The Smile, You’re on Candid Camera Award goes to The Student from the “I Hate the Po-

10. The Newest Rival Award goes to Robert Morris University. The Colonials, with an enrollment of just fewer than 5,000 students, upset the UK men's basketball team in March in the first round of the NIT. 3,444 rabid fans packed the Charles L. Sewall Center (almost three times the season average) to cheer their team to its biggest upset in program history. Head coach Andrew Toole is starting a powerhouse, and John Calipari should watch his back. With his newfound street cred, Toole will have his team winning NEC Championships with ease. Who needs Indiana? Rematch anyone?

W.T. Young Library saw the return of the Footstabber this year, an incident that happened two years ago as well.


9. The Back for More Award goes to the Willy T. Footstabber who followed the trend of sequels this year. Two years ago, the Footstabber won the “Subject of the Weirdest UK Alert Message Ever” Award. This person proved to be no one-hit wonder, delivering another award-winning performance after a year out of the spotlight. Look for the third installment of this trilogy in two years.

ment President Stephen Bilas for taking the middle ground on every issue this year. Bilas solidified his status as the middleman by responding to the Kernel’s criticism of his indecisiveness with more non-committal stances. We still can’t tell what Bilas Bilas ever did in his role as Student Government president, but we are sure his presidency may have been both stellar and mediocre.

8. The Middle Management Award goes to Student Govern-

missioner Richie Farmer. This all-time fanfavorite member of the ’91-’92 Unforgettables proved he was not Unindictable. Richie, good luck with four counts of misappropriating property and money, and one count of soliciting property to influence business in the agriculture department. Now facing prison time and hefty fines, it appears the mustache has fallen.

7. The “I Love the ’90s” Award goes to former Agriculture Com-

This blurb was adapted from the April 28, 1989, edition of the Golden Forks Awards.

then, if you’re upset, feel free to send in letters to the editor, as always. But this is last issue, so they won’t get printed. We’ll read them though. Have a good summer.

The 2012-2013 awards go to...

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The next target

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Mater Dei’s Stanley Johnson, right, is fouled by Long Beach Poly’s Jordan Bell, left, on March 12. MATT OVERING

players here, but he may be the best," McKinght said of Johnson, who has a scholarship offer from UK head coach John Calipari. Last Thursday, Johnson took to Twitter to Stanley Johnson has had quite the junior announce he has whittled down the list of colseason for Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.) High leges he’s considering attending to six. School. “Arizona, Kentucky, Florida, Oregon, The 6-foot-7, 200-pound forward averaged Duke, UCLA, USC, is my new list,” Johnson 19.4 points and 8.7 rebounds per game as he said. led the Monarchs to the California InterscholasMcKnight says that Johnson wouldn't have tic Federation state championship, scoring 26 a problem playing in Lexington. points in the championship game against Class “Stanley could adapt to anything. He does of 2013 five-star recruit Aaron Gordon and a lot of travel with his high school teams, and Archbishop Mitty (San Jose, Calif.) High he seems to enjoy that," McKnight said. "He'd School. fit in fine. It's just a matter of if there's enough Johnson was named the National Junior room for all those McDonald's All-Ameriof the Year by Maxpreps, the Southern Calicans." fornia Player of the Year by the Los Angeles Johnson was a member of the USA Men's Times and became a consensus top-20 player U17 World Championship in the Class of 2014. team and currently plays for "He's a very gifted basthe Oakland Soldiers in the ketball player, inside and Nike Elite Youth Basketball out," Mater Dai head coach League. Gary McKnight said in a At the 2013 EYBL Califortelephone interview with the nia, Johnson averaged 19.8 Kernel. points and 10.8 rebounds in "He's very versatile," four games. McKnight said. "He's 6-7 Last year, Johnson averaged and he can handle the ball. a team-high 16.3 points per He can play four spots, 1 game as he and the Soldiers through 4." won the EYBL championship. McKnight has coached McKnight says he expects at Mater Dei since 1983 and Johnson to make a visit to Lexwon more games than any ington in the future. other California high school "Stanley's got a very open men's basketball coach. Five mind right now," McKnight players who have played for said. "I know he's going to McKnight during that time PHOTO BY GENARO MOLINA | LA TIMES take a visit to Kentucky, and have gone on to play in the Stanley Johnson wipes his face he's probably going to make a NBA. in a game Jan. 9 decision come fall." "I've had a lot of great 10 | weekend timeout | 04.26.13

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lines to contribute to the college through financial support, recruitment and research partnerships. On her experiences at Denver, Riordan said, “I wouldn’t trade that experience for anything. I have a very in-depth understanding of how universities operate. In the last five years, we’ve gone through an amazing transformation at the college. We worked on a strategic plan to move the college forward in a very productive way.” Riordan thinks collaboration between the different colleges in a university is beneficial to students, even those who know what career they want to chase. “That’s really where higher education is going, it’s interdisciplinary,” Riordan said. Riordan says an understanding of many different occupations and industries will allow for a student to become a more productive and wellrounded worker. “We’re starting some pretty ro-

Provost candidate, Christine Riordan, plans on expanding the brand and reputation of UK. Riordan thinks her experiences with strategic planning and effecting change in a university setting matches the expectations for the provost position at UK. “When I looked at this position I thought, ‘Wow, this really fits my skill set,’” Riordan said. Riordan has helped to increase the business college’s endowment at the University of Denver, where she is dean, from $70 million in 2008 to more than $106 million in 2013, according to the Daniel’s College of Business. Riordan noted the provost position at UK is not a normal provost role, but also a leadership role at the university. “When I looked at what was on the agenda, quite frankly it’s not a normal provost role. It’s a leadership role,” Riordan said. “I think what’s not typically written is how the provost interacts with the community, having conversations with the community to make sure we’re going in the right direction.” Riordan thinks the changes she’s made at Denver will give her the experience needed to make positive changes at UK. The Daniels College of Business, with about 3,000 students, is the eighth oldest business school in the country and is nationally ranked in publications PHOTO BY LOGAN DOUGLAS | STAFF such as Businessweek, Financial Christine Riordan speaks to faculty and students. Times, U.S. News & World Report and Forbes. Riordan graduated with an under- bust programs around degrees and graduate textile engineering degree minors to help develop skill sets that from the Georgia Institute of Technol- are needed in today’s organizations,” ogy. She has an MBA and a Ph.D. in Riordan said. organizational behavior, both from Riordan emphasized the imporGeorgia State University. tance of a globalized understanding She served as the associate dean of the world for students to be sucfor external relations at Texas Chris- cessful in the workforce. tian University before moving to the “One trend that we are seeing University of Denver, where she has worldwide is that universities are goremained for the past five years. ing out of their physical home,” RiorShe began the Daniels Corporate dan said. She said the University of Partners program at Denver, which Denver is in the “top five universities encourages companies such as Visa for studying abroad. I think as we Inc., Xcel Energy and Southwest Air- start thinking about building global 12 | weekend timeout | 04.26.13

learning communities, global exposure is very important.” Riordan said Denver has developed a global consultancy organization in which students get hands-on experience while working with private companies internationally. “People are looking for students with global competency,” Riordan said. She said expanding globalization efforts would be the one practice or innovative system she would bring to UK. Riordan also said there has not been an extensive track record of building up globalization at UK. “Technology allows us to extend our brand and our reputation,” Riordan said. “We have to think about new ways to deliver our products, our research, our classes.” Riordan says technology will expand the global reach and the reputation of UK. An understanding of technology and how it can be used in the workforce is a key part of the academic process, Riordan said. “As we think about technology and its role on a campus, it helps us reimagine how to do things,” Riordan said. “Our students need the skill sets related to this technology, so it is our responsibility to teach our students how to use it.” Riordan also explained how technology helps not only the students, but the university as a whole. Riordan says fostering diversity and creating a community that utilizes different types of people is important for all universities. “Diversity is having a group of people with different backgrounds. Inclusiveness is setting up an environment where all of the different people feel welcomed,” Riordan said. It is important that these differences are respected, understood and utilized, Riordan said. “It’s really a topic that is important in universities.” Skills in leadership, strategic planning and developing change are reasons Riordan thinks she is a good candidate for the provost position. “I would be a good fit if, and I emphasize ‘if,’ the campus is interested in a leader that has a high value set, values openness, transparency and collaboration,” Riordan said.

Cats’ marathon loss to WKU

Fans, writers and school officials talked about the game in reverential, near-mythical lengths. Every joke about “Survive Gary” was an inside joke for those who were in Gary, Indiana last June for the 21-inning fight for survival between Kent State and UK baseball. Tuesday’s 18-inning game at Western Kentucky for the Cats was neither quite as long, nor NICK as important to the season as last year’s GRAY marathon, but it did give those who were in attenKernel dance a chance to understand what the atmoscolumnist phere was like almost 11 months ago. Consider the ride. The game began with the best catch of the night, a diving effort by Western Kentucky centerfielder Trevor Lowe in the first inning at about 6:06 p.m. local time. Two innings later, the first threat by either team produced a run for the Hilltoppers on a triple and a double. Those extra-base hits would be the last for Western Kentucky on Tuesday. Hold that thought. UK freshman right-handed pitcher Kyle Cody pitched six innings of four-hit baseball and the one run. His start would be the beginning of a series of freshman pitchers who kept the Cats in the game. Sophomore centerfield Austin Cousino put UK on the board with a solo home run in the sixth inning, a home run that tied the game at one. No one at the time realized exactly what that moment meant. Extra innings came about at around 9 p.m. local time. By the time junior closer Trevor Gott inherited two runners with one out in the 10th inning, more than half the crowd had made its way to the exits. They missed one of the gutsiest performances out of the bullpen in the recent memory of UK baseball. Gott finished the 10th inning without giving up a run, and did the same in the 11th and 12th innings, using up more than 50 pitches. Meanwhile, UK’s offense had continued to sputter, but a break via an error by Western Kentucky plus a double by sophomore first baseman A.J. Reed gave the Cats a 2-1 lead in the top of the 13th inning at 10:10 p.m. local time. Gott came out for the 13th inning with depleted velocity and bad luck forced him out of the game. With two men on, Western Kentucky outfielder Jordan Cessna could have won the game with a single or ended the game with an out against UK freshman pitcher Ryne Combs. Cessna grounded a ball right to UK junior shortstop Matt Reida at 10:25 p.m. local time. Reida’s throw missed Reed by at least five feet. And they played on. Combs allowed two runners to start the 14th, and freshman pitcher Zack Strecker inherited them, loaded the bases and mowed down the Hilltoppers with two strikeouts and a groundout. Strecker would pitch four good innings, neutralizing the WKU lineup and pushing the game into the 18th inning. Finally, as sudden as anything in a game that lasted just under six hours, at 12:02 a.m. local time, WKU’s Lowe, the person who began the game with a diving catch, ended the longest game in college baseball in 2013 with a line drive off Strecker that landed just past the left field wall and into the night. At 12:15 a.m. local time Wednesday morning, a dejected UK head coach Gary Henderson said he told his team, “Sleep on the bus. It’s going to be a short night.” A short night for those who were watching, it was not.

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‘The Rock’ has emergency surgery


Freshman Jasmine Mason races against a friend at Cram Jam. Between 1,700 and 2,500 students attended.

LOS ANGELES — Dwayne Johnson had an emergency operation for three hernial tears he suffered while wrestling John Cena during WrestleMania earlier this month. The actor-wrestler, better known as “The Rock,” underwent surgery Monday, which is why he missed the Los Angeles premiere for his latest flick, “Pain & Gain,” E! News reported. The movie costars Mark Wahlberg and opens Friday. But the 40-year-old is doing fine now, saying that the surgery was successful. “Surgery a success! Dr repaired 3 hernial tears (fun pain). Superman is on the mend.. #WeFallWeRise,” Johnson tweeted Tuesday with a photo of himself in a hospital bed, flexing in a Superman T-shirt. His publicist Alan Nierob told the Associated Press that he is now recovering at home. Johnson, 40, wrestled with Cena on April 7 at Wrestlemania 29 to defend his championship title, but he lost the match — and his midsection suffered an even greater loss.


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To get the advantage, check the day's rating: 10 is the easiest day, 0 the most challenging. Aries (March 21-April 19) —Today is a 9 —Creative work has a bittersweet flavor, and it still tastes good. Commit to what you believe in. But don't bite off more than you can chew right now. Take baby steps at first. Taurus (April 20-May 20) —Today is an 8 —Delays can be surprisingly fun. Check for changes before proceeding. If you're going to be late, call. Don't rest on your laurels just yet. Continue to put in extra effort, and follow your gut instincts. Gemini (May 21-June 20) —Today is a 9 —It requires getting everyone aligned to move forward to get the task done ... but it's worth it. Imagine the project complete, and work backwards to see what steps are necessary. Inspire with treats. Cancer (June 21-July 22) —Today is an 8 —Relationship frustration and disagreement requires a step back. A solution is available, if you listen. Relax and breathe deeply. Look from the other's viewpoint. Talk it over, and it goes better than expected. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) —Today is an 8 —Don't try to bend the rules. It's not worth the energy. It may require discipline to do what's needed, rather than plot alternatives, but it's ultimately the easiest route. Just do it. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) —Today is an 8 —Use an opportunity to dig deeper into a favorite subject. Your ability to concentrate gets enhanced

“In the middle of last night’s Wrestlemania match I tore my abdomen & abductor muscles off the bone. Just part of the job,” he wrote April 8, adding, “But as we know... It’s all about #JustBringIt. WWE Universe, THANK YOU for all the love & well wishes. Means everything to me. #LeaveItAllInTheRing.” On Sunday, Johnson announced that he’d be having the surgery this week and tweeted that his doctor had to “push my intestines back thru the tear in my abdomen. Kinda romantic.” The actor plays a workout-obsessed body builder in the upcoming film, and “Pain & Gain” director Michael Bay apologized for the Rock’s absence on the red carpet Monday. “Dwayne’s hurt tonight,” Bay said “He was pushing it too hard. (He) needs to grow up and stop wrestling 300-pound men.” It doesn’t seem as if Johnson is shying away from the hulk-like roles any time soon: He has already been cast in the titular role of Brett Ratner’s “Hercules: The Thracian Wars.” MCT

marvelously. Express your true feelings gently at work. Replace outdated and broken junk. Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) —Today is a 9 —When it comes to money, now's the time to watch and learn. View the situation from a different perspective, and then exceed all expectations. You may have to travel to get what you want. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) —Today is a 9 — You're in the spotlight today and tomorrow. Beat a deadline. Don't spend all your money on bills ... one little treat's nice. Get together face to face for best results. Build something of value. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) —Today is an 8 — Venture farther out. Grasp the next opportunity. Compromise is required. Keep your objective in mind, and make the changes you desire. Don't take more than you need. Listen with a practical ear. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) —Today is an 8 — The action today is behind the scenes. Move files to storage or organize structures. You can afford a special treat (although saving counts the same as earning). Maintain self-control. Others warm to your ideas. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) —Today is a 9 — Cultivate the ground. You're learning, with practice. Friends are eager to help and vie for your attention. Seek help from a female teacher. Stick with the rules and routine. There may be a test. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) —Today is a 9 — Complete an old project, and stick with what worked before. Do a good job and increase your status. Keep a discovery private, for now. Travel and romance look good for the next two days.

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1-9 Bedroom

1 BLOCK FROM CAMPUS! 1BR and 2BR APARTMENTS! A/C and parking. Some with W/D hook-up. $430 and up. (859) 269- 4129. 1BR, 2BR and 3BR apartments available now. Some include paid utilities. W/D, parking, pets allowed. $450-$875. (859) 309-1314. 2, 4 and 6BR apartments available for August. Forest Park and Waller area. Free parking. Contact CAH Investments at (859) 4330956 or 2-3BR HOUSES! By Campus! Huge rooms. Awesome yards/decks. Parking. All appliances. All electric. Won’t last. Great service. $335-475/month. (859) 333-1388. 2BR/2BA and 3BR/2BA newly remodeled condos. All appliances included, with W/D. Close to campus. (859) 779-9282.

3, 4 and 5BR apartments still available for August. Near campus, all electric, W/D, offstreet parking, pets allowed. (859) 519- 9466, @UKCampusRentals or 3-4BR/2BA houses for rent. Walk to campus. Several to choose from. State, Waller, University area. Lease begins 8/1/13. Very nice! (859) 539-5502. 3-6BR houses for rent. Walk to campus. Porches, parking, W/D, dishwasher. Very nice! Waller, State, University area. Choose early for best selection. Lease begins 8/1/2013. (859) 539-5502. 4BR/2BA at 257 Lexington Avenue, walk to class. W/D. Off-street parking. Pets allowed. Appliances furnished. Call Kevin at (859) 619-3232.

5-6BR/2-3BA houses. Walk to campus. Several to choose from. State, Waller, University area. Porches, W/D, dishwasher, parking. Very nice! Lease 8/1/13. Sign now for best available! (859) 539-5502. Campus area housing: Pre-leasing for Fall 2013. For more information, please visit: or contact: or Going fast! 1BR/1BA and 2BR/2BA CenterCourt condos. Short walk to campus with parking. All major appliances included. Call or text Jeff: (859) 699-4619. New/nearly new 2-4BR homes. Only a few left. Very nice. Close to campus. From $349/person. Contact James McKee at (859) 221-7082 or Wayne Michael is now pre-leasing 3, 4 and 5 bedroom houses for the fall semester. (859) 5131206.

3BR/1BA apartment on E. Maxwell. 1400 sq. ft., hardwood floors. Walk to class. Available May or June. $800 + utilities. (859) 9485000. 3BR/1BA available close to campus. Washer/dryer, dishwasher. $360/person. Call (859) 983-0726 or visit Going fast! 3BR/2BA large apartment preleasing for August. Near campus. W/D, dishwasher, all electric, energy efficient, parking. Contact Brian at (859) 492-5416 or HALF-OFF 1st month’s rent and security deposit with student ID. Village at Richmond Woods 2-4 BR/2.5 BA, hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, W/D, garage, patio, close to campus. Pets allowed. $825- 1,550/month. Available now, Fall 2013. 543-8931. Subleasing 3BR/1BA apartment for summer. On campus, W/D, dishwasher, 65” TV. Pets allowed. $550/bedroom OBO. Water and internet included. Call Jack at (414) 651-1530.

Available now: 1BR/1BA apartments near campus. Newly remodeled, dishwasher, W/D. Pets allowed. Water and wifi included. $575. (859) 351-8591. Chevy Chase/UK duplex: 1BR/1BA, living room, hardwood floors, central heat & air. Quiet neighborhood. $650. Available June 1st. (859) 539-3306. One bedroom in a private home in exchange for house- and pet-sitting. Three miles from UK. (859) 269-0908.

$100 off rent! Red Mile Square town homes for Summer/Fall 2013. 4BR/3BA with 2 car garage. Ceiling fans, W/D, deck, security system, all electric. Walking distance to campus and restaurants. $1600/month. (859) 543-8931. 4BR/2BA houses near campus. Available in August. Awesome yard/deck. Parking, all appliances. Ranked best landlord for houses by students. $310-$345/bedroom. (859) 3331388. Find us a tenant and receive $100! (859) 252-4656. Pre-leasing 4BR/2BA house for August. W/D, dishwasher, near campus and UK bus line. $1,340. (859) 684-7549 or Pre-leasing for August: 4BR/2BA apartment on Euclid. W/D, off-street parking, all appliances, all-electric. (859) 619-3713.

1 Bedroom

2 Bedroom

2BR/1BA apartment on E. Maxwell. Very spacious. Walk to class. $750 + utilities. Available in August. (859) 948-5000. Find us a tenant and receive $100! (859) 252-4656.

3 Bedroom

3 oversized BR/3 private baths: only 1 mile from campus!!! W/D, private parking 11 sq. ft. $1,200/month. Call Kelley at (859) 2253680 for details.

4 Bedroom

5BR/2BA houses, leasing now for August. Near campus, walk to class. Off-street parking. (615) 663-5676. Preleasing for August: 5BR/3BA duplex unit near campus. Off-street parking, all electric, W/D, pets allowed. $1,650/month. Contact Steve at (859) 519-9466 or @UKCampusRentals.

6 Bedroom

6BR/2BA house available close to campus. Washer/dryer, dishwasher. Call (859) 9830726 or visit

Help Wanted

Atomic Café is now hiring PT servers. Apply in person between 10 a.m.–4 p.m. TuesdaySaturday at 265 N. Limestone. Child care center needs PT assistants for afternoons 2-6 p.m. for May term and Summer. Call (859) 253-2273. College Pro is hiring painters all across the state to work outdoors with other students. Earn $3k-5k. Advancement opportunities + internships. 1-888-277-9787 or Healthy occasional smokers needed for research studies. Researchers with the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Department of Behavioral Science are recruiting healthy non daily tobacco users between the ages of 21 25 to participate in ongoing behavioral studies. Qualified volunteers will be paid for their participation. Studies involve completion of up to 4 testing sessions that are run in a pleasant setting during daytime hours. Snacks, movies, video games and reading materials will be provided. To apply visit our website at:

5 Bedroom

5BR/2BA houses near campus. Available in August. Parking, all appliances. Ranked best landlord for houses by students. $345-$450/bedroom. (859) 333-1388.

Healthy volunteers needed for behavioral studies. Researchers with the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Department of Behavioral Science are recruiting healthy volunteers ages 18-50 to participate in ongoing multiple research studies that evaluate the behavioral effects of prescribed FDA approved medications. Qualified volunteers will be paid for their participation. Studies involve completion of 1-47 testing sessions depending on studies for which you may qualify. Studies are run in a pleasant setting during daytime hours. Snacks, movies, video games and reading materials will be provided. To apply visit our website at: Idle Hour Country Club hiring servers, bussers, snack bar, lifeguards, and bartenders. Apply in person Wed.-Sun., 10 a.m.-7 p.m. at 1815 Richmond Rd.

Lifeguards and pool managers needed. Professional Pool Management is hiring for clubs and waterparks in Lexington, Louisville and Richmond. $8–$15/hour. Email for application. Looking for a job or internship? The James W. Stuckert Career Center can help! Sign up for a Wildcat CareerLink account today. Need money? Looking for morning care for a disabled person. Non-smoker. Valid driver’s license. (859) 389-8578. Now hiring PT sales counter help with decorating or retail experience. Regular schedule, includes weekends. Above-average earnings. Call Helen or Jason: (859) 277-0525. EOE. O’Charley’s on Richmond Rd. and Harrodsburg Rd. now hiring PT servers and hosts/hostesses. Apply at Professional landscaping company seeking FT crew members for the summer. Duties to include: weeding, debris removal, mulching, trimming, installation and mowing as needed. Team spirit, honest, great work ethis and clean-cut appearance to the front of the line. Call (859) 226-0992. PT nanny needed starting August 12. 5-8 a.m. Monday, Thursday and Friday. Help the kids get ready and on the bus. Beaumont area. (859) 338-9891. PT Operator needed immediately for Glenn Auto Mall. Computer experience needed. Hours are Monday-Friday 4:30-7:30, Saturday 1:30-7:30. Please apply in person Monday - Friday at Glenn Nissan, 3360 Richmond Rd., ask for Mischelle or send resume to PT sales clerk needed. Any related experience helpful. Apply Monday-Saturday, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. at Chevy Chase Hardware, 883 E. High St. (859) 269-9611. Researchers at the University of Kentucky are conducting studies concerning the effects of alcohol and are looking for male & female social drinkers 21-35 years of age. Volunteers paid to participate. Call (859) 257- 5794. Researchers at the University of Kentucky are looking for individuals 21–45 years of age who have received a DUI in the last 2 years to participate in a study looking at behavioral and mental performance. Participants are compensated for their time and participation is completely confidential. For more information, call (859) 257-5794. Salvage Building Materials hiring near campus on Angliana Ave. FT /PT general warehouse help. Flexible hours, no experience needed. Store Hours 9-5, Monday-Saturday. Applications available during store hours or online at (859) 255-4700. Seeking education majors to work with middle school students 2 nights per week. Each intern will receive a $1,000 scholarship per semester worked. Starting in September 2013 for fall. Contact: Mandy Otis at Seeking PT marketing reps for home improvement firm. Room for advancement. Paid training, weekly pay, full benefits. (502) 873-8140.

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Seeking PT receptionist/weight loss consultant for Jenny Craig. Evenings and Saturdays. Extensive training program. Call Leslie at (859) 269-2639. Sutton’s Restaurant now hiring PT/FT servers and cooks. Apply in person at 110 N. Locust Hill Rd. (859) 268-2068. Talon Winery is hiring friendly and enthusiastic line servers to welcome guests and serve wine at our Tasting Room and event venues. PT, $8/hour. Must be able to work Saturdays. Apply in person at 7086 Tates Creek Rd. Talon Winery is hiring friendly and enthusiastic line servers to welcome guests and serve wine at our Tasting Room and event venues. PT, $8/hour. Must be able to work Saturdays. Apply in person at 7086 Tates Creek Rd. The YMCA is now hiring summer camp counselors for Sports Camp, Science Camp, Bar Y Outdoor Camp (Nature, wildlife, archery and survival skills), Cooking Camp, Drama Camp, and Arts/Crafts Camp. Pay is $7.81/hour. (859) 226-0393 or UK professor needs PT grounds keeper. (859) 361-9622.

Visually impaired woman needs PT personal assistant for driving, light cleaning, computer tasks, dog walks. Flexible hours. Please call (859) 269-8926. Wilson Landscape Supply is looking for sales & nursery people. FT/PT hours available. Apply in person at 2700 Palumbo Drive or call (859) 269-5795.


Earn $300 a month!! Donate plasma today, call (859) 254-8047 or (859) 233-9296. Applicable for eligible qualified new donors. Fees vary by weight.

Roommates Wanted

Female roommate needed in August Call landlord Dennis at (859) 983-0726 or visit

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