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TWO STEPS BACK UK GUARD AARON HARRISON EXPRESSES DISAPPOINTMENT BEFORE OVERTIME AGAINST ARKANSAS ON THURSDAY. PHOTO BY MICHAEL REAVES

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Top picks for Academy Awards BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN

BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE

BEST ORIGINAL SONG

“American Hustle”

“20 Feet from Stardom”

“Let It Go” (“Frozen”)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

Jared Leto (“Dallas Buyers Club”)

“Karama Has No Walls”

“12 Years a Slave”

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

BEST FILM EDITING

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE

Lupita Nyong’o (“12 Years a Slave”)

“Captain Phillips”

“Frozen”

BEST PICTURE

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM

BEST ANIMATED SHORT FILM

“Gravity”

“Gravity”

“The Great Beauty”

“Get A Horse”

BEST DIRECTOR

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

BEST MAKEUP AND HAIRSTYLING

BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM

Alfonso Cuarón (“Gravity”)

“The Great Gatsby”

“Dallas Buyers Club”

“The Voorman Problem”

BEST ACTRESS

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS “Gravity”

“Her”

“Gravity”

Cate Blanchett (“Blue Jasmine”)

KYLE ARENSDORF Kernel columnist

The 86th Academy Awards are almost here, and while predicting Oscar wins can make you look silly, it can make you look like a genius if a few fall in your favor. So here are my picks, with a few sure things and a couple upsets sprinkled in to keep your friends on their toes come Sunday night.

BEST ACTOR Matthew McConaughey (“Dallas Buyers Club”)

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FIVE THINGS

Each Friday, the Kernel staff chooses the top five things we can’t get enough of. Here are Opinions Editor Judah Taylor’s picks.

1. Best Lexington hangout: West Sixth Brewery

One time I saw a boa constrictor on the bartender’s neck. Another time I watched the Arsenal soccer game. Another time I played board games, and yet another time I could see the beer being brewed as I ate dinner. Every time I had great beer and a great time.

3. Best place to get a deal: EatStreet app

I hate talking to people on the phone. I like ordering food over the phone even less. EatStreet lets me order food for pickup or delivery from dozens of Lexington’s eateries on their website and app, earning coupons and giving to charities along the way. If they were to get drones from Amazon to deliver food, I would never need to use my phone as a phone again.

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Judah Taylor’s Five

2. Top headline of the week: “Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer vetoes controversial anti-gay bill”

I couldn’t imagine not being able to eat at Raising Cane’s just because of a reason out of my control. When the Supreme Court decided in the ’60s that a business couldn’t refuse to serve a group of people, this country won. And we won again when the governor of Arizona vetoed a bill trying to change that.

4. Best documentary to watch this week: “Mitt” I don’t generally have a high opinion of humans who are politicians, CEOs or the “wolfs” on Wall Street. And while I still wouldn’t vote for him, seeing Mitt Romney behind the scenes of his campaign certainly changed the way I see him as a human.

5. Wildcard category: ”Stuff You Should Know” podcast

These two wise guys from Atlanta, Josh and Chuck, research and discuss topics as wide ranging as cave dwellers and Vikings to Bitcoin and space elevators. They sometimes get off topic, but they’re always on point.

Duke freshman pays tuition with porn star earnings

JANE STANCILL The News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.) | MTC

DURHAM, N.C. — When “Duke” and “porn star” appear in the same headline, the university gets a public relations headache. Duke University has recently found itself in the national spotlight not for basketball glory or research prowess, but for the salacious story of a freshman who claims to be working her way through school as a porn actress. And once again, a sex story about Duke has taken on a life of its own, with nasty online commentary and fierce debate about the sexual climate and status of women on campus. The story first sizzled on the Internet, then spread to the network morning shows and gabfests. Cosmopolitan magazine’s website published this: “the elite North Carolina college has a heinous reputation for slut-shaming, double standards and overall sexual hostility towards their female students.” It seemed too far-fetched to be true. “Portrait of a Porn Star,” a story based on an anonymous interview, was first published in the Duke Chronicle on Valentine’s Day. The paper called the student “Lauren” (not her real

name) and “Aurora” (not her real porn alter-ego). In the story, the student described herself as a bisexual Republican who leans libertarian, a feminist and a women’s studies and sociology double major. Lauren told the reporter she had given up a waitress job for porn to help pay the nearly $60,000-a-year tab at Duke. She said she was hired by Matrix Models and was flown to Los Angeles during school breaks for the porn filming. She said she had been outed by a male classmate who recognized her from her work, and then blabbed her identity to his fraternity. Soon she was flooded with friend requests on Facebook, and a college gossip website was electric with discussion about the freshman porn star. She told the Chronicle she felt victimized and harassed, not by the porn industry, but by the reaction online and at Duke. Lauren A. later told her story in her own words on a website called xoJane.com, writing, “I saw a way to graduate from my dream school free of debt, doing something I absolutely love. Because to be clear: My experience in porn has been nothing but supportive, exciting, thrilling and empowering.”

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Hoops Cats lack energy in home upset earns 81-74 victory

Kansas’ Self says Witchita St. could deserve No. 1 seed

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NICK GRAY ngray@kykernel.com

Sophomore forward Willie Cauley-Stein said he knows that with March around the corner, UK needs to lift its game. The rest of the team did not look so sure of that on Thursday.

RUSTIN DODD The Kansas City Star (MCT)

tention to the growing chatter about a possible Battle of Kansas in the Elite Eight. “If that were to happen, and both teams meet in the tournament, that means that Bill Self and Kansas will not be sched- both teams have probably done quite well uling Wichita State anytime soon. But that in the tournament to get to that game,” Self doesn’t mean the two schools won’t be in said. competition. The two schools haven’t faced off in As the college basketball season reach- more than 20 years; KU defeated Wichita es its stretch run, fifth-ranked Kansas and State five straight times from 1989 to 1993. second-ranked Wichita State could be in Wichita State last defeated KU 54-49 in unfamiliar territory: Battling for a No. 1 Wichita in 1987. The Shockers also won seed in the NCAA Tournament. the only NCAA tourney matchup between It’s rarefied air, a state of fewer than 3 the two schools, a NCAA Midwest Regionmillion people having two Final Four con- al game in New Orleans in 1981. tenders and a third school (Kansas State) Any matchup next month would also likely in the NCAA field. pit Kansas’ Andrew Wiggins vs. his older “Iron sharpens brother Nick, a iron,” Self said senior at Wichita Thursday. “And State. when others are “They’re not good in your area, on our schedule that kind of raises or in our conferyour own level.” ence, so I’m not The Jayhawks, really looking to22-6 overall and wards playing 13-2 in the Big 12, them,” KU freshmay have a decent man Wayne case for a No. 1 Selden said. “I seed if they win know Wiggs may the Big 12 regularhave something BILL SELF going on there season title outright. But count with his brother. Kansas basketball head coach Self among those But it doesn’t who think that Wichita State deserves a No. bother me.” 1 seed if the Shockers, 30-0, finish the regSelf added: “If it happens, it happens. ular-season and Missouri Valley Confer- But I’m not the least bit concerned or conence tournament undefeated. sumed with, ‘Hey, I hope this or I want this “They’ve had an unbelievable year,” or we’re in competition with them.’ All Self said, “and I personally think they de- we’re in competition with is ourselves and serve the (No.) 1 line if they’re able to go the teams that are lined up to play in front ahead and take care of business. You hear of us, no one else.” the so-called pundits say, ‘Well, their Self, as you might expect, was then schedule this or that.’ Well, it’s hard to win asked if he’d ever reconsider his long-held on the road, especially when you’re every- stance of not scheduling Wichita State. The body’s Super Bowl game, and they’ve been answer: Maybe . . . but probably not. able to do that, so you have to respect “I don’t want to say never,” Self said. that.” “But I mean, we’re pretty locked in on There is also the intriguing scenario what we’re trying to do from a scheduling that Wichita State and Kansas might be the standpoint and that stuff, and that’s not a Nos. 1 and 2 seeds in the Midwest Region, knock to anybody, but without getting into which will be played in Indianapolis. Self it, I would say that’s probably not on the said Thursday that he hadn’t paid much at- immediate horizon.”

They’ve had an unbelievable year and I personally think they deserve the (No.) 1 line.”

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Hoops must finish season strong

PHOTO BY MICHAEL REAVES| STAFF

Construction crews begin to dismantle the stands at Commonwealth Stadium. The $110-million renovation will be completed in 2015.

capitalize on UK’s tentativeness and their mistakes, taking a four-point lead with four minutes to play. KEVIN ERPENBECK The Cats weren’t going to call it quits in Kernel Starkville, Miss., however. columnist Down one point on the last possession in regulation, the team desperately tried to get a last-second bucket with a flurry of shots, culminating to senior forward This late in the season, it’s all about how Samarie Walker getting fouled with 1.2 a team finishes. seconds to go. After going 1-for-2 from the UK Hoops’ 81-74 overtime victory over free throw line, the game was extended into Mississppi State University certainly didn’t come easily, but it mirrored most of their sea- overtime. Still intent on finishing strong, the Cats son thus far. The only mystery remaining is went up 73-71 over Mississippi State in the how UK will finish the season. extra period. From that The Cats built an point on, the Cats nevearly nine-point lead er looked back, finishand played similar to With control of their ing with a win. their 11-game winning The question restreak to start the 2013 own destiny for the mains: Can UK dupliseason. They shot well, played strong inside the fourth and final double-bye seed cate that finish? One more game remains in paint and moved the in the SEC Tournament, it’s the regular season, ball around efficiently. Senior Day in LexingLife was good. Cats the for important extremely ton against Vanderbilt Then they started to struggle. Foul trouble to finish the season out strong .” University. With control of their own deshindered the entire rostiny for the fourth and ter from playing at its best on Thursday night, comparable to the in- final double-bye seed in the SEC Tournament, it’s extremely important for the Cats to jury bug and loss of production the team finish the season out strong. faced during the second half of its season. Because in the end, it’s about how a team UK dug itself into a second-half hole on finishes that matters the most. Thursday night. The Bulldogs were able to

UK Hoops earned an 81-74 overtime victory Thursday night over Mississippi State University. Two Cats led the team: Senior forward DeNesha Stallworth, with her career-high 20 rebounds, and junior guard Bria Goss, with her game-high 20 points, eight of which were in overtime. In the first half, each UK player who saw action scored at least two points. Stallworth tallied four points and six rebounds in the first half. UK had 20 points in the paint and 17 off the bench en route to a 38-35 halftime lead. In the second half, Stallworth carried a stagnant UK offense. She scored 10 of the teams 28 second-half points and grabbed 11 rebounds. UK pulled away as the half continued, extending its lead to as many as 13, but the Bulldogs fought back and took a fourpoint lead at the four minute mark. Mississippi State went up 66-65 with just nine seconds to play. Senior forward Samarie Walker was fouled and made oneof-two free throws to send the game into overtime. Stallworth ended the game with her fourth double-double in her last six games, adding 16 points to her 20 rebounds. The Bulldogs were led by freshman forward Breanna Richardson, who scored 17 points on 7-of-12 shooting from the field. Reigning SEC Player of the Week junior center Martha Alwal scored 12 points and added 16 rebounds. UK will have a chance to lock up a first-round bye in the SEC Tournament at Senior Day on Sunday when Vanderbilt University comes to Lexington. UK currently holds a one-game lead for the fourth and final bye, but will have to beat Vanderbilt or hope for a Florida loss to secure the fourth seed. STAFF REPORT

Cauley-Stein shouldered most of the load offensively as UK scrapped back from a double-digit deficit, only to stumble to a 71-67 loss in overtime to the University of Arkansas in Rupp Arena before 23,908 fans. “They play with that much energy and effort (all the time),

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and that’s what I think we don’t get. They’re not going to play differently,” Cauley-Stein said. Cauley-Stein scored 16 points on 8-of-12 shooting and added 13 rebounds. But the rest of the team made 18-of-64 shots, and Cauley-Stein said UK did not carry the efficiency or the energy over from Saturday’s last-second victory against Louisiana State University. “I never thought (energy) was going to be an issue,” Cauley-Stein said. “It just goes to show that you need to keep reiterating stuff before you go to play.” The Cats were up two points with 30 seconds left after slowly making their way back from a seven-point halftime deficit when freshman guard Andrew Harrison fouled Arkansas junior guard Rashad Madden. Madden sunk both free throws, and the game was tied at 60 as Arkansas’ free throw shooting took control. Arkansas made all 16 of its attempted free throws, including six in the final 2:24 of overtime, turning a two-point deficit into a four-point victory.

UK head coach John Calipari said the Cats’ energy was lacking throughout the game, and both Arkansas head coach Mike Anderson and Razorbacks senior forward Coty Clarke agreed. “It was desire,” Anderson said. “Our guys wanted it. We wanted it more (than UK).” The Razorbacks’ lead weakened throughout the second half, as UK slowly corrected its firsthalf defensive mistakes. But the Cats’ offense still struggled in all areas, from layups to 3-point shooting. Calipari said the offensive disappointment was with the starting backcourt. “We had three guys (freshmen James Young, Andrew Harrison and Aaron Harrison) who had 11 turnovers between them,” he said. “Our guard play was horrendous today.” UK’s NCAA Tournament hopes are safe for now, but Cauley-Stein remained cautiously optimistic. “Now it’s like we have to win out just so you know you’re safe and know you can get into the (NCAA) Tournament,” CauleyStein said.

sport’s most heralded recruiting class. Every time the Cats make fans think it’s time to believe in them, they crumble. On a night when Calipari said his team should have played a “fun” game, UK struggled. UK missed 10 free throws, turned the ball over 18 times and shot its second-worst field goal percentage of the season. This is the time of year when good teams figure it out. They rise to the level of their competition, play together and show how good they are. The Cats are doing the opposite, and everyone can feel it.

“It’s getting too close to crunch time,” sophomore forward Willie Cauley-Stein said. “You can’t dwell on it and then do the same thing the next game … because the next thing you know, you’re way too far behind. And there’s no return from that.” The funny thing is this team will probably obliterate the University of South Carolina on Saturday. Because nobody knows how the team will show up each night — not even Calipari. He’s saying the same things he did three months ago. So how can anyone know that the next game will be any different?

UK takes ‘two steps back’ DAVID SCHUH

Kernel columnist

UK head coach John Calipari sounded like a broken record on Thursday: “Take responsibility,” “we took two steps back,” “really disappointing.” The words were ones you normally hear in December. But it’s nearly March, and you can be sure a home overtime loss to the University of Arkansas has quelled any momentum the Cats looked like

they may have attained. Arkansas hadn’t won in Rupp Arena since Feb. 9, 1994. The Razorback team that beat Rick Pitino’s Cats that day was the No. 3 team in the country. But 20 years later, Arkansas had won just four road games in the last three seasons. They were 7-7 in SEC play and a dreadful team away from home. So they beat a UK team coming off a win that many thought was the launching point for its postseason surge. Nothing makes sense anymore. That’s exactly the problem with a team that began as the

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timeout features Horoscope 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 7 — It's easier to advance with Mercury direct. There's brilliance in the chaos with both Sun and Moon in Pisces. Journal your emotions onto a hidden page. Pay attention to dreams and intuition. You may discover something. Taurus ( April 20-May 20) — Today is a 7 — Practical methods work best. It's easier to get what you want with Mercury direct. Barriers in communication, with equipment and transportation dissolve. Step up a level. Maintain objectivity. Talk about what you love with friends today and tomorrow. Gemini ( May 21-June 20) — Today is an 8 — Big expenditures are not required. Creative efforts take a leap forward, with Mercury direct. Career matters most now. Study recent developments. Set inspiring goals, and remain committed to your own health. Take time for exercise and rest. Cancer ( June 21-July 22) — Today is a 7 — Get lost in introspection and studies with the Sun and New Moon in Pisces. Your imagination's especially fertile. Travel to a new culture with Mercury direct. Transportation and communication flow again. Discover something extraordinary. Leo ( July 23-Aug. 22) — Today is an 8 — Take time for peaceful reflection, with a new direction in the road ahead. A dream emerges in the process. Things work better with Mercury direct. Handle financial matters, sign contracts, and invest in high quality. Virgo ( Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Today is a 9 — Let your sensitive side play freely. Ask someone else to handle your chores, please. Catch up on correspondence, and let your network know how much they mean to you. Communication and travels flow with renewed ease.

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Libra ( Sept. 23-Oct. 22) — Today is a 7 — Today and tomorrow issues of service, health and well being have your attention. The workload's getting intense. Equipment works better now that Mercury's direct. Take time for rest, good food and exercise. Let somebody else challenge the status quo. Scorpio ( Oct. 23-Nov. 21) — Today is a 6 — Delegate your responsibilities, and play with folks you love and admire today and tomorrow. Travel flows with renewed ease, now that Mercury's direct. Explore the emotional undercurrent of a creative project with the Sun and New Moon in Pisces. Sagittarius ( Nov. 22-Dec. 21) — Today is a 7 — Sensitive words come easily at home, with both Sun and Moon in Pisces. Take time to pay attention and participate. Clean up a mess. Communications flow with new power, now that Mercury's direct. Take advantage. Share good food. Capricorn ( Dec 22-Jan. 19) — Today is a 9 — Talk about your dreams with both the Sun and New Moon in Pisces. Inspiration and imagination swirl today and tomorrow, and a new seed gets planted. Reveal a secret. Entertain yourself with words rather than action. Aquarius ( Jan. 20-Feb. 18) — Today is a 9 — Let your creative light shine, and illuminate your income higher. Work's fun, with money both coming and going. Everything works better with Mercury direct. Tune your domestic environment to lower costs by conserving energy. Consider LED light bulbs, insulation or gray-water. Pisces ( Feb. 19-March 20) — Today is a 6 — You're the star, with both Sun and New Moon in your sign. Your strength and confidence get a power boost. Push to realize a dream, and leap ahead. Your message travels easily, now that Mercury's direct. Launch your next phase. MCT


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4 beauty items that really work ANYSSA ROBERTS

Kernel columnist

The price of beauty products rarely ever goes down. So how great is it to find a product you can find at home while saving a few dollars in the process? Pretty great. Here’s a list of beauty products, all for less than $10. I can get as many as five daily uses out of each of these products, and the best part is they actually work. 1. Shea butter Shea butter is my Holy Grail beauty product. This all-natural conditioner is a superb moisturizer for skin and hair. I use shea butter as a daily skin moisturizer and as an aftershave in the winter. In the summer, it removes blemishes and wrinkles, prevents skin from peeling after sun exposure and prevents stretch marks. Because shea butter is thick and melts into a

smooth oil, it is said to be an excellent product for people with skin conditions like eczema and dermatitis. For optimum use I mix my favorite essential oils like lavender, rosemary and eucalyptus oil into my shea butter. 2. Coconut oil Coconut oil has more than 100 uses for beauty and health. Coconut oil is purchased in solid form and melts into a clear liquid.

Petroleum jelly ... can be intimidating because of its thick, sticky texture. But this product is nothing to be afraid of.” Every day I use coconut oil to lightly moisturize the ends of my hair and deep condition my hair before I wash it. It is also an excellent makeup remover. This summer, take a jar of coconut oil to the beach

to moisturize after sun bathing. Your skin will have never been softer. 3. Apple cider vinegar ACV does not smell as lovely as it looks, but it contains a good balance of acetic acids, vitamins and mineral salts, which make for an excellent daily toner. I use ACV to fight dandruff, lighten dark spots and cleanse synthetic hair extensions of irritating chemicals before use. 4. Vaseline Petroleum jelly, commonly known as the main ingredient in Vaseline, can be intimidating because of its thick, sticky texture. But this product is nothing to be afraid of. I use Vaseline as a daily lip moisturizer. At night, I use it as an overnight lip conditioner. In the morning, I reapply it for all day moisture protection. Petroleum jelly can also be used to soften and moisturize dry knees and elbows, and to help grow eyelashes when applied daily. I use a small amount on my perfume areas to help the fragrance last longer, and I have my hair stylist use it to protect my skin from dye or relaxer cream.

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