Issuu on Google+

THURSDAY 03.27.14

tomorrow’s weather

64 48

AM showers

est. 1892 | independent since 1971 | www.kykernel.com

Former Cat not a graduate

TAKE BACK THE NIGHT

Manhattan coach on leave for resume discrepancy

Community rallies against sexual assault in annual event

Former UK basketball walk-on and Manhattan College men’s basketball head coach Steve Masiello has been placed on leave from Manhattan College, according to a press release issued Tuesday by the university. His leave comes as the result of a background check by the University of South Florida that revealed he did not graduate from UK as his resume indicated. Masiello is “currently in the process of reviewing his degree status with the University of Kentucky,” according to the release. ESPN’s Brett McMurphy first reported the results of Masiello’s background check. Masiello Masiello was set to accept the head coaching position at USF when the background check by Eastman & Beaudine, the firm hired by USF for the search, revealed that Masiello did not receive the degree, according to the release. “The agreement was pending a verification of See MASIELLO on page 2

College athletes could form union Football team wants election

PHOTOS BY ELEANOR HASKEN | STAFF

UK graduates Josh Nadzam and Alyssa McKenzie recognize assault victims during a candlelight vigil at Take Back The Night on Wednesday. Nadzam ran from Lexington to Frankfort on March 6 to protest sexual violence.

By Alejandra Cancino

By Will Wright

Chicago Tribune (MCT)

wwright@kykernel.com

Northwestern University football players are employees of the school and are therefore entitled to a union election, Peter Sung Ohr, the regional director of the National Labor Relations Board, said in a ruling released Wednesday afternoon. Ohr’s decision is expected to be appealed to the NLRB in Washington. Labor experts say an election is unlikely to take place until the NLRB makes a decision. If Ohr’s decision is upheld, the case would likely make its way through federal appellate court and could reach the Supreme Court. The decision is “revolutionary for college sports,” said Robert McCormick, a professor emeritus at Michigan State University College of Law who focuses on sports and labor law. McCormick said Ohr’s decision could influence other state and federal agencies. For example, if college players demand compensation for injuries sustained during training or a game, Ohr’s opinion could come into play in the question of whether the players are employees under the state Workers’ Compensation Act.

It was 1975 and the Atlanta Braves were losing. An 11-year-old Christine Riordan, now UK provost, was at the game with her brother. In search of cotton candy, Riordan went out on her own. In a secluded part of the stadium, Riordan was approached by a group of teenage boys. When one of the boys began to assault her, another boy spoke up and said, “Hey man, cut it out. Let her go.” Her story was one of many told at Take Back The Night, a rally held outside the Lexington courthouse Wednesday night. Riordan said she was thankful to see so many people come to the rally, as she was thankful to the boy who spoke up during the Braves’ game. An average of four people everyday come to the Lexington courthouse to file complaints of domestic abuse, said Fayette Circuit Court Judge John Schrader. About 200 students and community members joined Schrader, who handles many of these cases, to support the victims of these violent crimes. Before the rally, people gathered at Patterson Office Tower, Thoroughbred Park and Third Street Stuff to march downtown with the help of a police escort. “There are so many more people here than last year,” said Travis Keene, an art studio senior. Among the individuals who came to show their support

See UNION on page 2

Chemistry freshman Chelsea Carter holds a sign and encourages march participants to unite in downtown Lexington on Wednesday. were members of student organizations, including Black Voices, PAWS and Listen, and the Violence Intervention and Prevention Center. As the crowd marched from POT down Limestone Street chanting and cheering, passers-by joined in and clapped in support. See RALLY on page 2

UK scores 3 in the 6th to beat Xavier Baseball has won 4 of last 5 games By Josh Huff sports@kykernel.com

PHOTO BY MARCUS DORSEY | STAFF

Juniors Max Kuhn and A.J. Reed celebrate a 9-6 victory over Xavier University on Wednesday.

UK wrestled control of its game in the sixth inning Wednesday to defeat Xavier University, 9-6, at Cliff Hagan Stadium. No. 19 UK (18-7, 3-3 SEC) jumped out to an early lead against Xavier freshman starting pitcher Trent Astle (12), plating three runs in the

first inning. Junior third baseman Max Kuhn drove in junior outfielder Austin Cousino with a double in the bottom of the first inning. SEC Player of the Week and senior catcher Micheal Thomas followed with an RBI on a sacrifice fly. Then sophomore outfielder Dorian Hairston drilled a two-out triple to right field, driving in sopho-

more outfielder Ka’ai Tom to push the lead to 3-0. Hairston was the only UK player with two hits on Wednesday. The game marked his second start of the season, all within the last three games. “I just try to stick with the approach,” Hairston said. But the Musketeers mounted a rally in the top of the second inning. Xavier freshman infielder Andre Jernigan singled up the middle, scoring a run. Musketeers sophomore catcher Daniel

Rizzie followed with an RBI single to bring the Cats’ lead down to one run. UK sophomore starting pitcher Ryne Combs allowed a run on a wild pitch to tie the game at 3. Combs (1-1) lasted two innings, allowing three runs on four hits. Sophomore pitcher Dylan Dwyer replaced Combs in the third inning, striking out two. Sophomore pitcher Taylor Martin took the reins in the See BASEBALL on page 2

PHOTO GALLERY

UK FOOTBALL 2014

CATS’ ROAD TO DALLAS

HASKEN FOR TROUBLE

Baseball battles back to defeat Xavier University at home.

Cats’ safeties will add talent, experience next season.

Julius Randle stands out among highly-touted freshmen class.

‘Manic Pixie’ trope sends wrong message about the female population.

KYKERNEL.COM

PAGE 4

PAGE 8

PAGE 3

NEWSROOM: 257-1915 ADVERTISING: 257-2872 FIRST ISSUE FREE. SUBSEQUENT ISSUES 25 CENTS.

CLASSIFIEDS.............7 CROSSWORD.............7 HOROSCOPE.............7

OPINIONS..............3,6 SPORTS.....................4,6,8 SUDOKU.................7


PAGE

2 | Thursday, March 27, 2014

Bin Laden’s son-in-law convicted of conspiring to kill Americans By Tina Susman Los Angeles Times (MCT)

NEW YORK — In a quick decision, a jury on Wednesday convicted Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law of conspiring to kill Americans in his role as the angry voice of alQaida after the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, 48, faces life in prison when he is sentenced Sept. 8. The case has given the public its first and possibly only chance to watch a terror-

RALLY Continued from page 1

BASEBALL Continued from page 1 fourth inning, striking out the side. The Cats sent seven pitchers to the mound in total. “With just one day of rest, I wanted to throw as many guys as possible,” head coach Gary Henderson said. The Cats countered Xavier’s offense in the fourth inning on sophomore catcher Zach Arnold’s two-RBI double. Senior shortstop Matt Rei-

UNION Continued from page 1 Northwestern’s football players are the first in college sports to seek union representation. Behind the effort is the College Athletes Players Association, or CAPA, a union funded by Ramogi Huma, a former UCLA linebacker who has become an advocate for players’ rights. CAPA is backed by the United Steelworkers, which is covering the group’s legal expenses. Among its demands, CAPA is seeking financial coverage for former players with sports-related medical expenses, independent concussion experts to be placed on the sidelines during games and the creation of an educational trust fund to help for-

for the terror group. “This man was not Osama bin Laden’s puppet,” said Jonathan Cronan, an assistant U.S. attorney, as he pointed his finger at abu Ghaith during the trial “He was not a robot.” Cronan insisted Abu Ghaith was a high-ranking alQaida leader who was summoned to bin Laden’s cave in the mountains outside Kabul, Afghanistan, on the evening of Sept. 11, 2001. There, Abu Ghaith was asked to deliver a rousing speech heralding the killings and urging young

Muslims to stage more attacks, Cronan said. “Al-Qaida’s purpose was to murder Americans, and the defendant was all in,” Cronan said as Abu Ghaith listened through an interpreter. But Abu Ghaith’s defense attorney, Stanley Cohen, dismissed the government’s case as based not on evidence but on recordings and videos, including one showing hijacked jets slamming into the World Trade Center towers and the buildings enveloped in black smoke.

by Delta Sigma Theta sorority and Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity. Guest speakers included Riordan, Fayette Circuit Court Judge Kathy Stein, and Chamara Kwakye, an assistant professor in the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies. Victims of sexual assault

came up to the podium and shared their stories. For some of them, it was their first time talking about it in public. “I am not a victim, I am a survivor,” said Sarah Miller, who has suffered sexual assault. “Together, we will create the more beautiful world we all know is possible.” Josh Nadzam, who ran

from Lexington to Frankfort on March 6 to protest sexual violence, said that men are failing to treat women with respect. “As a young person, we’ve got to do everything we can,” Nadzam said. “You don’t have to run to Frankfort … (but) we all have a voice.”

da singled to right, and Cousino had an RBI sacrifice fly to make it 6-3. After scoring a run in the fifth inning, Xavier took advantage of a bases-loaded situation in the sixth, driving in two runs off of UK sophomore pitcher Sam Mahar to tie the game. UK plated three more runs in the sixth to jump back into the lead, 9-6. Xavier failed to mount another rally after the sixth inning and UK’s bullpen closed the door.

mer players graduate. Alan Cubbage, vice president for university relations at Northwestern, said in a statement they were disappointed in the decision. “While we respect the NLRB process and the regional director’s opinion, we disagree with it,” the university said. “Northwestern believes strongly that our student-athletes are not employees, but students. Unionization and collective bargaining are not the appropriate methods to address the concerns raised by student-athletes.” Northwestern confirmed that it plans to appeal to the full National Labor Relations Board in Washington, D.C. “We believe that participation in athletic events is part of the overall educational experience for those students, not a separate activity,” NU said.

MASIELLO Continued from page 1

credentials,” Manhattan’s statement read. “Through the verification process it was determined the candidate’s credentials could not be substantiated and therefore he did not meet the requirements for the position. The national search continues and USF looks forward to introducing a new coach at the appropriate time.” Masiello has been the

Manhattan head coach since April 2011. Before then, he was an assistant coach at the University of Louisville from 2005-11 under Rick Pitino, who was his coach at UK in 1996. UK spokeswoman Kathy Johnson said that Masiello attended the university from fall 1996 to spring 2000 but did not graduate. UK could not provide any other information under federal student privacy regulations. STAFF REPORT

E Enrolling nrolling N Now Now! ow!

Bachelor of Science Degree in

Criminal Justice Midway College’s Criminal Justice program is offered online and at the Midway and Lexington location.

Case File

“What do we want? No violence!” the crowd chanted. “When do we want it? Now!” After the three different crowds culminated downtown, gathered around a podium to watch step shows

ism trial related to the 2001 attacks unfold in civilian court. Unlike other high-profile terrorism suspects accused of crimes arising from the attacks, Abu Ghaith bypassed the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, after his arrest last year. Instead, he was brought directly to New York, where his trial began March 5 just blocks from where the World Trade Center towers once stood. The case hinged in part on the importance of Abu Ghaith’s role as a spokesman

Our evening program offers students great flexibility. Courses are one night a week in the classroom with a blended format of additional (online) coursework.

888-95-MIDWAY • info@midway.edu info.midway.edu/criminal-justice

equal opportuni

equal opportunity institution


Thursday, March 27, 2014 | PAGE 3

opinions

‘Manic pixie dream girls’ send the wrong message ELEANOR HASKEN

Kernel columnist

Films such as “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World,” “Fight Club” and “Garden State” have one frustrating thing in common. The lead female embodies one of the most annoying and prevalent female TV tropes: the manic pixie dream girl. The term manic pixie dream girl was coined by Nathan Rabin, a writer from A.V Club, an entertainment website published by The Onion. Rabin writes that a manic pixie dream girl exists “solely in the fevered imaginations of sensitive writer-directors to teach broodingly soulful young men to embrace life.” Basically, he says that manic pixie dream girls are created by directors and writers to make introverted male characters more extroverted. These female roles tend to lack a character arch and simply serve to bolster the male character. They are typically a love interest of the male without any hobbies

outside of being around him. Looking at some of the following examples, it is impossible to disagree: Ramona Flowers, from “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World,” is an interesting and exciting female character in the graphic novels, but due to time constraints, the film version leaves much to be desired. Ramona pulls Scott out of his mundane life and introduces him to a world of boss battles and excitement. Granted, Ramona is a bit complex. But her complexity, too, stems from experiences with ex-boyfriends. This portrayal of women is frustrating, at best. The quirky nature of these women makes them look fun and carefree. But as the film progresses, the audience realizes that the woman does nothing for herself. The woman becomes a springboard for the man’s personal growth. In an episode of “30 Rock,” guest actress Jennifer Aniston portrays a character that parodies this trope. She has very eccentric quirks, from making hats to breaking into homes, and uses them to entrap the love of a very powerful man. Other women around her do not

tolerate her behavior, demonstrating female frustration with the chracterization of a manic pixie dream girl. These one-dimensional female characters have no other purpose but to show a man what a life outside of the mundane can be. Limiting a human to serving as an escape from reality teaches that a person doesn’t have to have an identity of his or her own. Sure, being eccentric and fun is great. Being able to escape from reality is, too. But a love interest should be more than a constant escape from reality. Real love is complicated and multi dimensional. Having a woman serve as a shallow representation of desired, carefree love limits the growth of the character. The female role has no character arch. A woman is much more than that. Eleanor Hasken is the Kernel’s assistant photo editor and the editor of The Kentuckian. Her column appears weekly in the Kernel. Email ehasken@ kykernel.com.Films such as

HASKEN 4 TROUBLE

Higher education needs increased federal support in these difficult economic times, these grants are even ROSHAN more important. PALLI We sat in on a Senate Contributing hearing regarding aspects of columnist the upcoming Higher Education Reauthorization Act, and spoke with staffers conThis week I have the cerning its current status and pleasure of writing you from potential contents. our nation’s capital, WashingWe sat down with the ton, D.C. Over the past few vice president’s domestic poldays, other UK students and I icy adviser to discuss the adhave joined student represen- ministration’s education tatives from eight other SEC plans, including a new colschools to advocate for inlege rating system to tie fedcreased federal support for eral funds to performance. higher education. While it was interesting We have met with repreto hear about their plans, we sentatives, senators and nuwere also able to raise conmerous aids to discuss the cerns about potential unforeneeds of students across the seen consequences of such a entire SEC. Specifically, we plan. have fought for sustained Another topic of converfunding for Pell Grants, sation in our meetings has which help lower-income stu- been the need for state govdents achieve their education- ernments to reinvest in higher al goals. education. While pursuing Pell Grants help millions greater federal financial aid, of students across the country we must look for ways to stapursue college degrees, and bilize tuition rates.

The past few years have seen the cost of attending school shift from the state to individual students. For a land grant institution like UK, we must ensure a fair balance to provide an affordable experience for the people of our state. Over the next few months, as our representatives in Frankfort debate appropriations for our university, it is imperative that we as students make our voices heard. We have done our part to bring the issues concerning higher education in our state and in our conference to our government representatives. Remember that you can always do the same with your government. Roshan Palli is the student government president. His column appears weekly in the Kernel. Email opinions@ kykernel.com.

news

Stray Rescue dogs learn from prisoners Inmates help socialize, teach obedience

By Leah Thorsen St. Louis Post-Dispatch (MCT)

PACIFIC, Mo. — The inmates sat quietly on a recent Wednesday, watching intently as each Stray Rescue dog was led into a room at Missouri Eastern Correctional Center. It was the first time they saw the dogs that will share their cells, and most aspects of their lives, for the next three months. “They all come from horrible backgrounds,” Randy Grim, the rescue group’s founder, told them. The dogs had lived on the streets, been abused, been sick. They need help, and a lot of time and a lot of patience, to make them adoptable. That’s where the inmates come in. One by one, each dog’s name was called with the names of the two cellmates paired with it through the Puppies for Parole program. It’s the first time Stray Rescue of St. Louis has participated.

The inmates at the medium-security prison will teach seven Stray Rescue dogs basic obedience and socialization skills in hopes of getting the dogs certified as “canine good citizens.”

Stray Rescue is all about second chances, and I would think that’s how it is here.” RANDY GRIM Stray Rescue founder

The dogs will sleep in crates in the inmates’ cells and can go with the inmates to most places around the prison, but not to the visitors’ area or to the cafeteria. They will be made available for adoption through

Stray Rescue after completing the program. More than 2,000 Puppies for Parole dogs have been adopted, according to the Missouri Department of Corrections. The program is funded by donations and receives no tax money. “Stray Rescue is all about second chances, and I would think that’s how it is here,” Grim said. The Pacific, Mo., prison has been without rescue dogs for about a year, and they’ve been sorely missed, said Warden Jennifer Sachse. “They have a calming effect,” she said, recalling an elderly inmate who hadn’t touched a dog in years and cried when he got to pet one. The inmates beamed as they led the leashed dogs outside, stooping to scratch their ears and laughing when the dogs clamored for attention. “We really appreciate this,” said Chris Smith, who is paired with Ralph, a 2year-old terrier and Boxer mix, as he walked by Grim.

RECYCLE THE KERNEL. KYKERNEL.COM


Page 4 | Thursday, March 27, 2014

UK safeties to add talent in 2014 By Matt Overing movering@kykernel.com

UK’s defense struggled in giving up yards and producing turnovers last season, with no help from the safety position. The Cats recorded three interceptions in 2013, two of which were made by linebackers. The third was made by junior Ashely Lowery in the final game of the year against the University of Tennessee. The Cats will have more experience and talent in 2014. Senior Dakotah Tyler is the only safety that will not be on the 2014 team. UK returns five contributors (safeties that recorded at least one tackle in 2013) from last season, most notably Lowery and fellow senior-to-be Eric Dixon. Sophomore Zack Blaylock redshirted in 2013 after

starting three games in 2012 and will provide depth at the position. Five defensive backs will join the UK roster in 2014. Two will assuredly play at safety: 4-star Mike Edwards (Winton Woods High School, Cincinnati) and 3-star Jared Tucker (Stephenson High School, Stone Mountain, Ga.). UK head coach Mark Stoops said on National Signing Day that he was proud of the versatility of his 2014 defensive backs. “I like guys that can play corner, nickel, dime and safety,” Stoops said. “That's what I love about this group. In general, I think they’re tough, hard-nosed guys.” Lowery and Dixon have strangleholds on the two safety positions. Both finished in the Top 10 on the team in tackles in 2013 and have played 20 games in the last

two seasons. Playing time behind the two seniors will be tough to come by, but if Stoops plans to use safeties in different packages and positions, more players could see the field. Freshman Marcus McWilson played in eight games last season (eight tackles, two for a loss) and proved that freshmen can play and succeed. Edwards and Tucker may be next in line to come in and contribute right away. How the UK defense as a whole performs in defensive coordinator D.J. Eliot’s second year in Lexington will help determine the success of safeties in 2014. Last season, the entire secondary struggled. With more experience and help outside of the hashes and on the defensive line, UK's safeties should have more freedom in the middle of the field to make plays.

Leaving:

www.kykernel.com

Sr. Dakotah Tyler

Returning: Jr. Eric Dixon Jr. Glenn Faulkner Jr. Ashely Lowery So. Daron Blaylock So. Zach Blaylock Fr. Marcus McWilson

Incoming: Mike Edwards Jared Tucker

kernel. we do it daily.


Thursday, March 27, 2014 | Page 5


PAGE

6 | Thursday, March 27, 2014

Cats claw back after breakthrough Major improvements made since 19-point loss at Florida DAVID SCHUH

Kernel columnist

Every successful UK team in recent memory has had a breakthrough — a game or moment when the pieces finally fit together. With teams so young, comprising players so different, recognizing that moment is hard. But often a team takes off once it has hit rock bottom. UK finally hit that bottom and has seen the breakthrough on the other side. But unlike seasons past, it happened much later than anticipated. The 2010-11 season began much like the current one, a

team mired in inconsistency despite its immense talent. But after its eighth loss of the season on Feb. 23, the Cats caught fire, running off with 10 straight wins before losing in the Final Four. And the 2011-12 team, one that started much better than its predecessor, had its first loss on a last-second shot at Indiana University in December. From there, UK won 24 games in a row on its way to the program’s eighth National Championship. The common theme among the moments that turned those seasons around is disappointment. When the worst adversity hit, the Cats responded. There have been plenty of disappointing losses this season: Baylor, North Carolina, Arkansas and South Carolina.

But the moment that made the difference, the one that finally turned around UK’s season, was a March 8 blowout at the University of Florida. From the opening tip, the Cats were outmatched. Down by 21 points at halftime, not even a 15-0 second-half run could overcome the Gators on their senior day. But UK head coach John Calipari saw something in that game, something that in hindsight he wished could have ensured his team’s success months earlier. Since that 19-point loss to No. 1 Florida, the Cats have won four of their last five games, the only misstep coming with a one-point loss to the Gators in the SEC Championship game. The entire team has changed. Freshman guards

Aaron and Andrew Harrison are playing their best basketball of the season. Their recent success, combined with consistent play down the roster, has produced results that finally compare to the team’s preseason expectations. “I think it proved we were better than people were giving us credit for,” sophomore Willie Cauley-Stein said after the Cats’ win over Wichita State University on Sunday. Facing elimination in every impending game, it was about time. Calipari had been pushing buttons all season, and he finally found the right ones. Just like the great teams before them, these Cats have met their breakthrough moment. The only remaining question is whether they caught on too late.

editorial

Celebrate, sulk responsibly Friday

UK’s basketball reputation is not all that is at stake Friday when UK matches up against the University of Louisville. The student body’s reputation is at stake, too. After UK won the same matchup in the Final Four two seasons ago, students flipped and burned cars and couches. Armed with beer bottles, they partied in the streets. Police were forced to counter with pepper spray balls in a clash that made national headlines, eclipsing the Cats’ victory. Whether UK wins or loses this time around, students should not embarrass themselves or taint the university’s reputation, which belongs to all Kentuckians. Seeing your school’s team climb the ladder in the NCAA Tournament is a rare and thrilling experience, but

it should never escalate to rioting or burning items in the street. Burning a couch may seem like a victimless crime, but police and firefighters are forced to put out the fires. As police and firefighters respond to purposefully set fires, dangers in other parts of the city can go unalleviated, which can have grave, and even deadly, consequences. Represent UK and the state of Kentucky as spirited basketball fans. And most importantly, don’t become the top story of the day. No matter the outcome Friday, celebrate or sulk in your own way. Go to a party, head to the bars or just sit at home by yourself. But don’t let things get out of control. Email opinions@ kykernel.com.

THE ROAD TO INDIANAPOLIS

MAP BY DADO KOCER | STAFF

HOTELS IN THE DOWNTOWN AREA: — Courtyard by Marriott Indianapolis Downtown — Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Indianapolis Downtown — Motel 6 Indianapolis South — Hyatt Regency Indianapolis

opinions

COLETON CUDDY, Kernel cartoonist

RESTAURANTS IN THE DOWNTOWN AREA: — Basey’s Downtown Grill & Spirits — RAM Restaurant and Brewery — Champions Sports Bar and Grill — Cadillac Ranch


THURSDAY 03.27.14 page 7

kernelclassifieds Call 859.257.2871 to place an ad • Ads can be found at kykernel.com DEADLINE - 3 p.m. the day before publication

For Rent 4 Bedroom 1-9 Bedroom

2, 3 & 4 BR apartments and houses, available August 2014. Close to campus. W/D. Great quality, great landlord! Call Dennis at (859) 983-0726. www.sillsbrothers.com.

2, 3 & 4 BR apartments/houses. Great quality and best landlord. Contact Dennis at (859) 983-0726 or www.sillsbrothers.com. 2, 3 and 4 BR/1.5-2.5 BA townhomes for Fall 2014. Village at Richmond Woods. Hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, W/D, 2-car garage, patio. Pets allowed. Contact (859) 288-5601 or (859) 543-8931 or mprentals@netbusiness.com. 2-11BR HOUSES! By Campus! Huge rooms. Awesome yards/decks. Parking. All Appliances. Great service. $335-440/month. Jessie@KampusProperties.com. Call/Text (859) 333-1388. 3-8 bedroom units for rent. Close to campus. All appliances included. Call Todd at (859) 227-1302. 4 & 5 BR houses- Pre-leasing for July/August. 1 block to UK! Walking distance to downtown! W/D, parking. Call (859) 523- 2363 or www.touchstonerentals.com. 8-9 BR house off Rose St. Over 3,800 sq ft. 3 full BA, parking. Available Aug. $2,200/month. Large 2-3 BR, $750/month. Call (859) 948-5000. Affordable, walk to campus! 4-6 BR houses for rent. Porches, off-street parking, W/D, dishwasher. Very nice! Waller, State, University area. Lease begins 8/1/2014. (859) 539-5502.

Great 4 & 5 BR houses on campus. Renting fast! W/D included, good parking. Please call (859) 433-0956. Great properties for rent, right next to campus. Call about our special rates! (859) 6193232. www.myuk4rent.com. New/nearly new 2-4BR homes. Only a few left. Very nice. Close to campus. Pet friendly. From $349/person. www.lexingtonhomeconsultants.com. Contact James McKee at (859) 221-7082 or jwmckeebroker@msn.com. Preleasing 1-6 bedroom units near Campus/Downtown. Visit www.myukapt.com and call (859)252-4656 to schedule a tour today! Wayne Michael is now pre-leasing 1-6BR houses for the Fall 2014 semester. http://www.waynemichaelproperties.com. (859) 513-1206.

1 Bedroom

1BR/1 BA studio located at 562 Woodland Ave. $525/month, includes water. Call Jon at (502) 552-7216 for details. 1BR/1BA apartment, 219 Stone Ave. Hardwood floors, new appliances. Near campus. Laundry room. partial utilities included. Offstreet parking or garage. $650/month. (859) 229-8515. 1BR/1BA apartments on Woodland Ave. Starting at $500/month, utilities included. On-site laundry, off-street parking. Call Scott at (859) 552-4147. 5 BR/3 BA house on corner of S. Ashland and High. $2,295/month. Brand new renovations, W/D, new applicances. Offstreet parking. Contact (859)255-0862 or granto@10footceiling.com. Efficiency/1 BR- Preleasing for July/August. 1 block to UK! Walking distance to downtown! Starting at $385. Some include utilities, W/D, parking. Call (859) 523-2363 or www.touchstonerentals.com. UK/Chevy Chase. 1 BR, one person. $650/month. Bills paid. Hardwood, quiet area. Call (859) 539-3306.

2 Bedroom

2 BR apartment. Vaulted ceilings, W/D, private parking, huge rooms. Walk to UK. No pets. Contact jennyfinley@twc.com or (859) 494-5624. 2 BR/1 BA apartments right off Alumni. W/D hookups, off street parking, large closets. Starting at $600/month plus utilities. Call Scott at (859) 552-4147. 2BR- Pre-leasing for July/August. 1 block to UK! Walking distance to downtown! Starting at $395 per BR. W/D, parking. Call (859) 523-2363 or www.touchstonerentals.com.

3 Bedroom

3 BR/2.5 BA townhouse. Large living spaces. Walk to campus. W/D, dishwasher. Parking included. $1,050/month plus utilities. All electric. Available Aug. Call (859) 533-2581. 3BR- Pre-leasing for July/August. 1 block to UK! Walking distance to downtown! Starting at $395 per BR. W/D, parking. Call (859) 523-2363 or www.touchstonerentals.com. Deluxe 3BR/2BA apartments, 8-minute walk to campus. One available now, some available Fall 2014 pre-lease. No pets. All electric. Assigned parking. 277-4680 or 619- 2468.

4 BR/2 BA house. XL bedrooms, walk to UK, Virginia Avenue area. W/D, private parking. No pets. $1,550/month. Aug 1-July 31. Jennyfinley@twc.com or (859)494-5624. 4 BR/2 BA near campus. Starting at $335/bedroom. Worry-Free Utilities. W/D, parking, porch/deck. Call/Text (859) 3331388 or jessie@kampusproperties.com. 4 BR/2.5 BA town homes for Fall 2014. Red Mile Square Townhomes. 2-car garage option, ceiling fans, W/D, deck or private patio. Walking distance to campus and restaurants. Contact (859) 288-5601 or (859) 543- 8931 or mprentals@netbusiness.com. 4BR/4BA luxury townhouse next to JDI Tavern, brand new construction. 2 blocks to Rupp, walking distance to campus. 2 car garage. Large BR, security system. All electric. Large deck, appliances included. $2,200/month. Available August. Call Jeff (859) 288-5601. FURNISHED, NICE 3BR/2BA CAMPUS DOWNS. Off street parking, full size W/D, 3 blocks from campus & Limestone. All utilities & Time Warner Cable included. $1561/month, available early Aug. 2014. Call Darrell (502) 593-4993. Now pre-leasing fall semester. 4 BR/2 BA houses. 627, 628, 729 Addison Ave. & 505 Pyke Rd. Free security system. www.waynemichaelproperties.com or call (859) 513- 1206 to schedule a showing. Pre-leasing for Fall 2014: 4 BR/2 BA. W/D, all electric, all appliances. Close to campus on Euclid. Off-street parking. Call (859) 6193713. Preleasing for fall: 4 BR houses off Euclid. Includes W/D. Contact Integra Properties at (859) 428-8271 or www.integraky.com.

5 Bedroom

228 & 230 Waller Ave. New 5 BR/2 BA. All electric, two-story living room, W/D, patio. Walk to campus. Call or text Steven (859) 621-3313 or Robbie (859) 621-3312. 4 & 5 BR units available. Near campus, W/D, off-street parking, pets allowed. (859) 519-9466, @UKCampusRentals or steve@lexingtonrentalhomes.net. 5 BR near Campus. $360/bedroom. Worryfree Utilities. Huge rooms. Awesome yards/decks. W/D. Great Maintenance. Call/Text (859)333-1388 or jessie@kampusproperties.com. 5 BR/2 BA. Cheap utilities, W/D hook up. Private backyard with deck. Plenty of parking. Walking distance to campus. $425/person. Call (859) 475-3676. 5 BR/3.5BA town homes for Fall 2014. Red Mile Square Townhomes. Ceiling fans, W/D, deck or private patio. Walking distance to campus and restaurants. Contact (859) 5438931 or (859) 288-5601 or mprentals@netbusiness.com. Now Pre-Leasing Fall semester. All new 5 BR/2 BA. 725 Addison Ave. & 308 S. Broadway Park. Hardwood flooring ,W/D, flat screen TV. Free security system, parking. www.waynemichaelproperties.com or call (859) 513-1206 to schedule a showing.

Attention

Cash in Your Pocket TODAY! Donate plasma and earn up to $50 today and $300 in a month! www.cslplasma.com. 1840 Oxford Circle (859) 254-8047, or 817 Winchester Road (859) 233-9296. First Time Donors $5 Extra with this Ad!

For Rent

Come cook with us at University Trails! Offering resort style grills, a spacious, pet friendly community, and all-inclusive rent at $399! Call (859) 258-2039 for affordable student living. Join us for an Open House at One Hundred Chevy Chase Apartment Homes this Saturday, 3/29 from 12-4 p.m. There will be food and fun, PLUS, Play our March Madness game and you could WIN! Visit our website: www.OneHundredChevyChase.com or call for details: (855) 855-0632. See you there! Sublease needed now. Female or male student. Call landlord/owner Dennis at (859) 983-0726 or www.sillsbrothers.com.

Keeneland is seeking seasonal PT applicants for BETologists, Gift Shop Sales Associates and Stock Clerks during the April Race Meet, April 4-25. Please contact Alexis Witherspoon at (859) 288-4158 or apply online at www.keeneland.com. Lexington Country Club hiring seasonal help for servers, server assistants, culinary team, service team and golf shop merchandiser. Apply in person at 2550 Paris Pike. Lifeguards and pool managers needed. Professional Pool Management is hiring for clubs and waterparks in Lexington, Louisville, Richmond and Frankfort. $8–$15/hour. Email brad40965@aol.com for application. Looking for a fun, energetic person for PT nights and weekend work doing gymnastics classes and birthday parties. No experience necessary, will train. Call Kalli Turner at (859) 255-5231. Now hiring energetic PT servers for all shifts. Please email cover letter, resume & references to susan@jjmcbrewsters.com. O’Charley’s on Nicholasville Road now hiring enthusiastic FT/PT servers, guest assistants and cooks for a fun, fast-paced environment with flexible hours. Interested candidates may apply directly at apply.ocharleys.jobs/212. Plastic surgery office near campus seeking PT accounting assistant/bookkeeper. Accounting major preferred. Email resume and availability to matt@multi-specialty.org. PT bartender/server at Spring Valley Golf Club. Experience preferred but not required. Apply by calling (859) 983-1080 or send resume to springvalleygc@qx.net. PT cashier. Apply in person Mon-Sat. 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Chevy Chase Hardware, 883 E. High St. (859) 269-9611. PT tutors who can teach ESL, school subjects, SAT, TOEFL and business English to Japanese people whose ages range from preschool to adults. Degrees required. Japanese is not required. Send resume to Obunsha Bluegrass Academy: KKuroki@aol.com. 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. Responsible person for in-home care position. Flexible hours. $8/hour. Call (859) 309-0081. Summer Job in Eastern Kentucky. SafeLink Wireless provides free phones and minutes to Kentucky’s income eligible. Seeking an organized individual who will be residing in eastern Kentucky during the summer break and is skilled in both sales and social work; is comfortable in poor communities; can organize local enrollment events; is motivated to help people and make money; has a reliable vehicle and good driving record. For more information and to apply visit: http://bit.ly/EasternKySummerJob. THE EARLY BIRD GETS THE BEST OPPORTUNITY. To be a summer day camp counselor, horseback, swimming, canoeing, ropes, and arts and crafts positions available. Call (859) 277-6813 or visit www.pepperhillkidz.com. The Merrick Inn & The Recipe at Sixty Eight are now accepting applications for Bartenders, Hosts, Servers & Server Assistants for The Upcoming Patio Season. Apply in person Mon-Fri between 2 p.m.-4 p.m. Merrick Inn: 1074 Merrick Dr. The Recipe at Sixty Eight: 3955 Harrodsburg Rd. Tots Landing seeking PT afternoon assistants. Current TB skin test required. Hours may vary, pay based on experience. Email resume to totslanding3@windstream.net. Vincent Fister, Inc. is hiring for summer positions. $500 end of summer bonus. Starting at $10/hour. No experience required. Apply in person at 2305 Palumbo Dr. or call 859266-2153. YKI is looking for a full-time outside Sales Representative for the Lexington area. Please send resume to charliew@yki1.com or call Charlie at 502-451-8300 for consideration.

Real Estate For Sale

UK PARENTS! Gated “The Oaks” 3BR/3.5BA condo. Carports, 2,000+ sf. Furniture, appliances FREE. ‘Estate’. Only $159,900. Rector Hayden Realtors, Call/text John Fister (859) 533-8777.

Help Wanted Roommates Wanted

Busy Physical Therapy clinic looking for PT tech help. 20-30 hours/week. Contact Dr. Ron Pavkovich, Advantage Physical Therapy at (859) 263-8080 or ron@advantageptlex.com. Customer service position at Sonny’s Cleaners. Mon-Fri, 3-6 p.m. Call for an appointment. 804 Chevy Chase Place. (859) 266- 7705. Idle Hour Country Club now hiring college students for entry level a la carte and banquet servers, bussers and bartenders. PT including a.m. and p.m., weekends and holidays. Attractive wages, uniforms and meals with a fantastic working environment! Flexible scheduling around your summer classes. Apply in person Tues-Sun, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. No phone calls please. 1815 Richmond Rd.

Roommate needed. Two girls looking for third starting in August. Female student only. Call landlord/owner Dennis at (859) 983-0726 or www.sillsbrothers.com. Seeking two female students to share 3BR condo. Walk to class. Only need bedroom furniture. $365/month, includes water, electric, cable & internet. Available 8/15/14- 8/15/15. (859)814-7049 or ronbrowning@fuse.net.

The Kentucky Kernel is not responsible for information given to fraudulent parties. We encourage you not to participate in anything for which you have to pay an up-front fee or give out credit card or other personal information, and to report the company to us immediately.

4puz.com

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 -- There's a change in plans. A career opportunity arises from an unexpected source. Friends are there for you. Be thankful for what you've got. Don't gamble or make expensive promises. Replenish your reserves instead. Taurus ( April 20-May 20) -Today is a 7 -- You can do more than you thought. Higher-ups speak well of you. Have your facts together. It's empowering. Gemini ( May 21-June 20) -Today is an 8 -- Study the itinerary before dashing off. Make sure the numbers balance. Include a beautiful destination and interesting conversation. Private effort pays off. Someone's standing for you. Cancer ( June 21-July 22) -Today is a 7 -- Your team is hot. Ideas pop like corn. Choose one you like, and use it to grow the group fund. Someone could criti-

cize, so rely on your support group to explain. Use a gentle touch rather than force. Leo ( July 23-Aug. 22) -- Today is an 8 -- Love could seem intense. Don't get intimidated. It's worth any unexpected surprises. Flow around obstacles like water. Work out misunderstandings by remaining committed to partnership, and flexible about what that looks like. Virgo ( Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Today is a 9 -- Avoid distractions to savor an especially delicious moment. Fall in love all over again. Brainstorm creative career ideas. Infuse passion into your work. Libra ( Sept. 23-Oct 22) -Today is a 7 -- You don't need to spend a lot to have fun. Get your crew together, and go play in the park, near water, or downtown. Assign a designated driver. Scorpio ( Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -Today is a 6 -- Revamp or repair a water element in your home. Clean, organize and increase the beauty around you. Something you try doesn't work. Get help from family and friends.

Sagittarius ( Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -- Today is a 7 -- A social event could spark romance. You stumble onto a treasure. Things don't go as planned. One option may be expensive... it's not the only one. Seek advice. . Capricorn ( Dec. 22-Jan. 19) - Today is a 9 -- Let advancement occur naturally. There's money to be made. Complete tasks as they come. Meet and greet. Dance with chaos. Listen to a critic. Study how others resolved a practical problem. Aquarius ( Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -Today is a 9 -- It's a perfect time for a new look. Revamp your haircut or style. Make creative changes. You're extra attractive. Handle a chore you've been avoiding, and free space for something new. Pisces ( Feb. 19-March 20) -Today is a 6 -- Work interferes with playtime. A compromise can be worked out. Talk about sad feelings. Support your team. Get the project rolling. Verify your guest list. Negotiate a fair exchange. MCT


PAGE

8 | Thursday, March 27, 2014

A Conversation with

Morgan Freeman ILLUSTRATION BY MADISON GUNTER | STAFF

Randle rises to the occasion

By Nick Gray ngray@kykernel.com

Jabari Parker’s NCAA Tournament life was at the mercy of Mercer University. Andrew Wiggins was knocked out of the pecking order by Stanford University. Julius Randle is one of a few highly-touted freshmen still alive in the NCAA Tournament, and he is a big part of why 8-seed UK is in the Sweet 16. Hours after the University of Kansas was upset by Stanford, UK advanced to the Sweet 16 on the shoulders of one of Randle’s most complete games. Randle recorded 13 points, 10 rebounds and a season-high seven assists.

“He is a grown man and he comes really, really hard,” said Wichita State University head coach Gregg Marshall. “I was disappointed on our work on the glass, but that’s what they do.” In two NCAA Tournament games, Randle has averaged 16 points and 12.5 rebounds, separating himself from freshmen across the country. Duke University lost Friday in its first game. Parker scored 14 points on 4-of-14 shooting and added four turnovers. The Blue Devils’ loss affected Parker to the point that he called his freshman season “incomplete.” Syracuse University lost in the round of 32, with freshman guard Tyler Ennis playing all 40 minutes. He scored 19 points, but they came on 21 shots and 33 percent shooting. Among other highlyranked freshmen, Kansas center Joel Embiid sat out the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament, and Indiana University forward Noah Vonleh did

not reach the postseason. Aside from Randle, only University of Arizona forward Aaron Gordon and UK guard James Young are still alive among DraftExpress’ Top 8 NBA-ready freshmen. Randle’s longevity is more impressive considering where he and the Cats were a few weeks ago. “I didn’t do a great job with him,” Calipari said. “I didn’t define how he needed to play.” But with the team’s newfound success comes an improved assist-to-turnover ratio for Randle. Randle has almost twice as many turnovers as assists this season, but that statistic has changed for the better over the last five games (nine assists to eight turnovers). “Just seeing us getting better each game is encouraging in itself,” Randle said. “And I know that I have teammates, that when a challenge presents itself, we will rise to the challenge.”

April 14, 2014 | 7 pm The Singletary Center for the Arts, University of Kentucky Presented by

The Kentucky Center for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

From his childhood in Mississippi to the stage and screen, hear the actor and producer describe his inspiration and stellar career in his own words. Tickets $50 | $30 UK Students| Subject to applicable fees Available online at www.scfatickets.com, by calling 859.257.4929, or in person at the Singletary Center for the Arts Ticket Office, 405 Rose Street | Monday - Friday, 10 am - 5 pm Major credit cards accepted

Proceeds will support the Drs. Nero & Biggerstaff Diversity Scholarship Endowment in the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry.

WE DEPEND ON ADULTS TO KEEP US SAFE.

Natural hazards Natural hazards can can bbee sscary cary – eespecially specially ffor or kkids. ids. We We count count oonn the the aadults dults iinn our our llives ives ttoo help help kkeep eep uuss ssafe. afe. TThat’s hat’s why why tthere’s here’s a website website tthat hat ccan an show show yyou ou aand nd yyour our ffamily amily how how to to pprepare repare ffor or aallll kkinds inds ooff hazards hazards – BeReadyLexington.com. BeReadyLexington.com. YYou ou ccan an llearn earn what what ttoo ddoo during during ddisasters isasters like like ttornadoes, ornadoes, aand nd hhow ow ttoo plan plan ffor or eemergencies mergencies llike ike flflash ash flfloods. oods.

Remember, R emember, w we’re e’re ccounting ounting oon n you you ttoo kkeep eep us us ssafe. afe.

BE AW AWARE. A WARE. LLEARN EARN HOW HOW TO TO PREPARE. PREPARE.

START STA ST ART HERE

BeReadyLexington.com B eReadyLexington.com CClark lark • Estill Estill • Fayette Fayette • GGarrard arrard • JJackson ackson • JJessamine essamine • LLaurel aurel • M Madison adison • PPowell owell • RRockcastle ockcastle Brought B rought ttoo you you bbyy tthe he C Chemical hemical Stockpile Stockpile Emergency Emergency PPreparedness reparedness PProgram rogram and and KKentucky entucky Emergency Emergency M Management. anagement.


Kernel in Print — March 27, 2014