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Maintaining style without money

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The broke college student blues is a classic tune hummed by thousands across the nation. The broke fashion writer blues is a more unsung song. I recently reread an article by one of my favorite bloggers about being poor and how stressful, humbling and yet enlightening the experience is. I fully agree with the stressful aspect of being broke and I can also agree there is something to take away from being broke besides knowing how to stretch a $20 bill over the next month and a half. For me, I learned about my relationship with myself and with fashion, which I can only say became stronger through this experience. Yes, stronger. I don’t come from a family with money. My ANYSSA family and I immigrated to ROBERTS the U.S. from a small island in the Caribbean. My parKernel columnist ents worked hard for my family to have what we have today, and I am grateful for that. They taught my siblings and me the value of education and that rarely anything in life comes without work. Food was always on the table and clothes were always on our backs — the necessities — but fashion was a luxury we simply could not afford. I worked for my wardrobe, but when my working hours were replaced with awkwardly-scheduled recitations, club meetings and just enough time to catch a wink before I do it all over again, my working hours grew slimmer and so did the money. I declared myself officially broke last September. I realized I had enough each month to pay my rent, my bills and maybe a five dollar splurge at McDonald’s if I was really good that month. Anything else and I would have to answer to my bank for overdraft fees, which in turn would cause me to answer to my mom for a bailout. I was left with the fashion lover’s nightmare: I was forced to put shopping on a major hiatus, and wore, what felt like, the

same outfit over and over again. I never felt worse about my situation. To be frank, I felt like a hypocrite. I would talk about fashion in depth with anyone who was willing to listen, but didn’t model what I preached. I would work on my weekly Street Style segment, finding well-dressed students for the newspaper, but feared what they might have thought about me not wearing the fashions I admired so much. My first few months of being broke took a toll, not only on my relationship with fashion, but my perception of self. After long talks with myself, my mom and God, I realized this could be the thing that either breaks me or strengthens me. I realized just because I can’t afford to dress like the women on the runway, doesn’t mean I can’t have style. Being poor taught me three lessons about my relationship with fashion: Lesson one: Fashion is more than clothes. Apparel is the surface of the fashion industry. Underneath it is a microcosm of societies, designers, buyers, stories, lives and the list goes on. Being broke pushed me to look under the hood of the industry and learn what it really was all about. Lesson two: It’s not always worth the money. Fashion has a way of tricking people into thinking everything that goes down the runway is undisputed gospel from the book fashion, but that is not the case. I’ve developed an eye for what’s worth the money and what’s simply going to take up closet space. Lesson three: Fashion fades; style is forever. Fashion is easy to love when you can afford it, but when you can barely afford trips to Goodwill on 99-cent Sunday, it becomes less about trends and more of a lifestyle. I am still broke, but my knowledge and appreciation for the art and culture of the fashion industry have increased immensely. So here I am: a college student and fashion writer who’s OK with her money situation. And while this situation was not the easiest to overcome, I conquered it and learned some of the most invaluable lessons along the way.

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Movie’s artistic value is most important

Bloggers and critics have taken to their keyboards in the days since the Academy Awards to try to justify “12 Years a Slave” winning the best picture Oscar, voicing concerns about it being the “obvious choice” and clinging to a misguided claim of “importance.” Steve McQueen reaching the pinnacle of his craft with a film centered around slavery is vastly important, but the claim that choosing “12 Years” was something that the Academy was obliged to do diminishes the rare work that McQueen was able to put KYLE ARENSDORF forth. It diminishes the screenplay that John Ridley adapted from a book Kernel that is more than 160 years old, and columnist frankly, it diminishes the other films in the best picture category that lost to “12 Years.” Despite the wave of credit given by those elated about the historical step that the Academy had taken, the quality of “12 Years” was not lost on Black List founder and CEO Franklin Leonard.

“I fear all the talk about the historical importance of ‘12 Years a Slave’ almost completely obscures its extraordinary artistic merit,” Leonard tweeted Sunday night. Perhaps their concerns stemmed from Fox Searchlight’s (the production company of “12 Years a Slave”) “IT’S TIME” campaign, lamenting that a film directed by a black director has never won Best Picture. Maybe it was an inevitable reaction to any critically acclaimed film directed by a black director. Whatever the case, my hope is that “12 Years” is able to bypass whatever connotations may work to discredit this truly great work. I hope that it won’t be remembered as a good film that hit paydirt because of the touchy subject it broached, or discounted as a choice that the Academy had to make due to social pressure. I hope people remember that McQueen is one of the best directors working today, and that “12 Years” featured some of the best acting and some of the best cinematography all year. But above all, I hope that people remember it as one one of the most powerful films of our time.

Baseball faces Ball State sports

Confidence is at an all-time high for UK baseball as it prepares to face Ball State University in its final non-conference weekend series of the season. Winners of their last nine games, the No. 23 Cats (11-2) are riding an explosive offense heading in to Friday’s matchup. The team leads the SEC in batting average, home runs, runs batted in and slugging percentage. The first four hitters in the lineup are hitting a collective .381 average while racking in 56 RBI. Two of the biggest contributors to the top half of the production are junior centerfielder Austin Cousino and junior first baseman A.J. Reed. Cousino is hitting a teamleading .446 on the season with six doubles, two triples and one home run. He is also showing off his speed during the non-conference portion of the schedule,

stealing a team-high seven bases. Cousino is currently on an eightgame hitting streak. Reed’s strength has been his biggest benefit in the first 13 games. He leads the nation in home runs with seven. He also leads the SEC in RBI with 24. Reed will head into the weekend series riding the longest hittinggame streak on the team at 15. Sophomore outfielder Kyle Barrett also owns a 15-game hitting streak. Reed has also shown his dualthreat skills by going a perfect 3-0 on the mound with a 1.00 earned run average in three starts. The left hander will have the chance to extend his undefeated streak on Friday when he takes the mound. The first pitch is scheduled for 4 p.m. STAFF REPORT

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Austin Cousino dives back to avoid a pick-off during UK’s game against Eastern Michigan on March 1.

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Women’s gymnastics. 7 p.m. Free with student ID. Memorial Coliseum, 201 Avenue of Champions. Life After College Retreat. 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. $5. Student Center, 404 S. Limestone St.

UK Opera presents “Don Giovanni.” 2 p.m. $15 – 46. Lexington Opera House, 401 W. Short St. Hydration Station. Will offer reusable

water bottles. 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Free. Student Center, 404 S. Limestone St. Contact Matthew Soergel at for more information.

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Goss is at ease Ingram-Jackson wins SG election Cats’ slump at free throw line has hurt seeding timeout sports

The simplest shot to make in basketball is the free throw. It is a 15-foot uncontested shot directly in-line with the hoop — an easy point. When junior guard Bria Goss is at the line, she makes it look even easier. KEVIN Goss has made 81.5 perERPENBECK cent of her free throws in Kernel three years at UK and concolumnist tinues to increase that percentage with each passing season. This year, she stands at an impressive 90 percent from the line. She’s made 274 free throws in her career at UK, but who’s counting? That’s nothing when you ask her how many she shoots before she leaves the gym every day. “On average, I probably shoot 115 (per day),” Goss said. “I come in early to get some shots up, then I do about 50 before practice starts. We shoot some during practice, and then I shoot some more after practice.” Shooting free throws in practice may not have the same feeling as shooting them in a game. But to Goss, her mentality never changes

stop to it, saying it would throw off her shots. Everything changed once she came to UK. She was set free. “I didn’t want to hear from them anymore,” Goss said. “When I got here, I decided I was more comfortable doing that. Plus, no one was actually telling me not to do it here, so it came back almost naturally.” Another element that soothes Goss during a game is the noise level. Most may find it easier to relax in the silence of dead air, but Goss revels in the extreme. “I really don’t like it when it’s quiet. I have to focus more when I’m at home,” Goss said. She later added there is another level of satisfaction she takes away from a brief quiet period. “It shuts them up when I make one on the road. That feels pretty good.” That confidence comes out regularly. Goss wants the opposing team to foul her every time she has the ball, knowing full well she’ll give her team two free points when they do, she said. Goss and the Cats will be looking to harness that confidence in Duluth, Ga., this week when they compete in the SEC Tournament. The team’s realistic goal is to cut down the polymer fabric Goss targets each time she steps to the line in winning fashion. “We want those nets,” Goss said. “And we’re hungry enough to get them.”

I’ve made a million of these before. Just make another one.”

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Wins over Florida the only way to improve


Jake Ingram and Mariel Jackson were victorious on Thursday, winning the Student Government presidential and vice presidential election by 204 votes in the unofficial count. Ingram and Jackson defeated Micaha Dean and Evan Pulliam. A record 5,205 votes were recorded, compared to last year’s turnout of 3,206 voters. Ingram, who is the current SG vice president, said he felt “ecstatic” and “honored” to represent the student body. “We stepped up the game in a lot of diverse ways,” he said. The focus was on teaching their team that it is better to be positive about their own campaign than say negatives things about the other, he said. “We feel very relieved, very excited,” said Jackson, a senator at-large. “We’re looking forward to serving a great student (body).” Ingram is a mechanical engineering junior and Jackson is an integrated strategic communication sophomore. The two have campaigned on improving campus security by offering students a free smartphone app called LifeLine Response EDU. They plan to modify the way student fees are approved, adding a step that includes student representation. They also want to increase the amount of funding for student organizations. On Thursday outside the Student Government office, Josh Buettner, the election board chair, read off the winning senators to a packed



Student Center hallway. When Ingram and Jackson were announced, the core surrounding the candidates detonated. In an election where apartment doors were knocked on and White Hall classrooms were full of endorsements, campaigning was likely part of bumping up the turnout. “It speaks a lot about how much both of these tickets mean to campus and how much they are respected,” Buettner said about the voter turnout. “It’s impressive.” Buettner said campaigning was definitely higher this year than in the past. “I think both campaigns this year tried their absolute hardest,” he said. Ingram and Jackson agreed that campaigning had improved. “It was literally hours and hours — hundreds of hours,” said Ingram’s dad, John Ingram. He arrived with his wife, Melissa, to support their son. After the announcements, the hall separated into clumps of students congratulating


Vice-president elect, Mariel Jackson, hugs her friend Joe McClure at the Student Center after she and Jake Ingram won the Student Government election on Thursday night. or consoling one another. “We had a great time and we appreciate everyone’s support on campus,” said presidential candidate Micaha Dean. “We’ll be around next year.” Dean and Pulliam campaigned on uniting students and the surrounding community, making Student Government more accessible and offering more professional advising, among others. Pulliam said the team knew it would be a highly-contested election. “My No. 1 goal was to have the highest

voter turnout and we did,” Pulliam said. “No regrets.” The election results will be certified at the Supreme Court election review hearing, Buettner said. The current Student Government will begin working with the new administration right after spring break and begin talks about how the new government will be structured, said current student body president Roshan Palli. “It really is an honor to be able to represent the student body,” Ingram said. “I take that very seriously.”

Dean-Pulliam cites ‘election infractions’

BRIA GOSS UK Hoops junior guard

when she’s at the line. “I’ve made a million of these before. Just make another one,” Goss says to herself before every attempt. That mindset allowed Goss to etch her name in UK history this year. She tied a school record with 27 consecutively-made free throws on Feb. 13. Don’t remind Goss of her chance to break that record on that day though. “I still get teased about it sometimes. I was a little sad the moment I found out what that miss meant,” Goss said. It’s all about the level of comfort for Goss before she makes an attempt. A common strategy she uses to bring a level of ease to the line is the “spin-the-ball” technique. She wasn’t always allowed to do that, however. In high school, her coaches tried to put a

Ticket defeats Dean-Pulliam by 204 votes, election sees most votes in last 10 years



Bria Goss shoots a free throw against Ole Miss on Feb. 13. Goss is shooting 90 percent from the free throw line this year.

The Dean-Pulliam ticket for Student Government plans to file a claim regarding “severe election infractions.” Micaha Dean and Evan Pulliam lost against Jake Ingram and Mariel Jackson in the Student Government election on Thursday by 204 votes in the unofficial count. In a press release, the Dean-Pulliam campaign said they are disappointed in the unofficial results.

“In consideration of the narrow vote margin, these infractions could have a significant effect on the official election results,” according to the press release. The Dean-Pulliam campaign decided to file the claim after several students from outside of the campaign came forward with information, said Devon Wilson, the Dean-Pulliam campaign manager. They are not yet releasing details about the claims. Ingram said his campaign did not break any election regulations. “If it becomes necessary, we are under the

impression that Dean-Pulliam violated statutes as well. We can make citations of our own,” Ingram said. “I imagine the claims would be frivolous at best,” Ingram said. “We are not at all worried.” The Dean-Pulliam campaign ensures that they did not violate any regulations during the election, Wilson said. All claims on election infractions must be filed to the election board by 5 p.m. Friday, said election board chairman Josh Buettner. After they are filed, claims will go to the elec-


The odds have gotten significantly worse Three weeks ago, the for the Cats. As a 7-seed, as ESPN currently UK men’s basketball team was projected as a 3-seed in projects, UK would potentially have to beat the 2-seed, 3-seed and 1-seed on its way to the NCAA Tournament by the Final Four. ESPN’s Joe Lunardi. It all depends on the draw, but UK has The Cats had won sevplayed its way out of a favorable road to en of their last eight games, and with a strong Dallas. DAVID finish could have ended up Still, the Cats maintain confidence with SCHUH ranked firmly in the top 10 so much around them going wrong. by Selection Sunday. “It’s frustrating to lose,” freshman guard Kernel A lot has happened in Aaron Harrison said after UK’s loss to the columnist three weeks. University of South Carolina on Saturday. UK has lost three times “But coming up, we know what we can do, and it’s going to be a great story.” in its last six games. A team that many No. 1 Florida on Saturday presents the thought was on the verge of reaching its full first chance for UK to improve on that story. potential is now almost ensured to get no better than a 6-seed, barring two wins over Riding a 31-game home win streak, the the University of Florida in the next nine Gators may be the most complete team in the days. country, riddled with talent As UK’s seed falls, so and senior leadership. does its chances at making To improve its chance in the Final Four. Only three the NCAA Tournament, UK teams in the last six tourneeds to beat the Gators eiWho: UK vs. Florida naments have made the nather on Saturday or in the When: Noon, Saturday tional semifinals as anySEC Championship game Where: Gainesville, Fla. thing worse than a 5-seed: next Sunday. Televised: CBS Butler University (8) and Anything else may nab Virginia Commonwealth UK a 6-seed, but no better. University (11) in 2011 The Cats can have all the optimism and confidence in and Wichita State University (9) in 2013. the world. But given the way they’ve played Since the NCAA Tournament expanded their last four games, the results of Selection to 64 teams in 1985, UK has made the Final Sunday really do matter. Four six times. Never were they worse than And if history is any evidence, the Cats a 4-seed (2011). are on the wrong side of the 5-seed barrier.

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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 — Today and tomorrow are excellent for adventure and exploration. Don't push yourself too hard. Study to determine the best course of action. Write your pitch. Confer with family. Arrive at a consensus. Hold onto your money. Taurus ( April 20-May 20) — Today is a 7 — Bask in glory as you rake in the dough. Keep your objective in mind. A female joins in the fun. If controversy arises, stay quiet. It's getting easier to make household changes. Trust your intuition. Gemini ( May 21-June 20) — Today is a 7 — Innovation sparkles abundantly over the next two days, and communication flows. Elicit harmony from coworkers. Provide excellent service. Take charge of your destiny. Travel across water in your pursuit of a dream. Do it for love. Cancer ( June 21-July 22) — Today is a 7 — Find out the true cost. Stick with what's real. Finish up old projects today and tomorrow. A female you've known for years helps out. Relax in hot water or a sauna, and reward yourselves with something tasty. Leo ( July 23-Aug. 22) — Today is a 7 — Today and tomorrow could get emotional. Let go of a scheme that lacks soul as you consider future plans. Others are in a generous mood. Get together with friends. Reaffirm a commitment, and schedule new actions. Virgo ( Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Today is an 8 — You're a powerhouse today and tomorrow, handling responsibilities with ease. Others are impressed. More work's available, too. Imagine ca-

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UK employee charged with possession of child porn

A UK faculty member was arrested and charged with possessing child pornography after UK police found images on a university computer, said UK spokeswoman Kathy Johnson. UK police arrested Neil Mason Williams, 59, at about 6 p.m. on Wednesday at the UK Veterinary Diagnostic Lab on Bull Lea Road, according to court documents. Williams is the associate director of the lab. UK police were called to the lab “in reference to portraying minors in the act of sexual intercourse,” according to the uniform citation. An officer witnessed a snapshot of

William’s external hard drive and desktop, which contained the images, according to the documents. Police seized the hard drive and desktop. After a search warrant is issued, they will be scanned them for evidence, according to the documents. UK police are currently working with an FBI task force on the case, Johnson said. Williams has worked at UK since January 1987, she said. He is has been suspended with pay, Johnson said. STAFF REPORT

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