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UK HappeningsBy Whitney Harder Friday

LEXINGTON, Ky. (April 20, 2018) — A public forum on the future of Lexington with the city’s mayoral candidates will be held over breakfast on Wednesday, April 25, on the University of Kentucky’s campus in Room 213 Kastle Hall.

The forum, headlined “What’s Next, Lexington?” is being organized by the JOU 101: Introduction to Journalism class and is sponsored by the UK Student Government Association.

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UK HappeningsBy Mike Farrell Thursday

LEXINGTON, Ky. (April 19, 2018) — His pictures graced the pages of National Geographic for 33 years, and on Thursday this UK alumnus will deliver the 41st annual Joe Creason Lecture.

The University of Kentucky School of Journalism and Media, within the College of Communication and Information, will also recognize the photographer, Sam

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Professional NewsBy Whitney Harder Wednesday

LEXINGTON, Ky. (April 18, 2018)  A University of Kentucky alumna and adjunct professor are part of a Pulitzer Prize-winning team for their work covering the heroin epidemic.

The Pulitzer Prizes, journalism's most prestigious awards program, were announced Monday, April 16, by administrator Dana Canedy, also a UK alumna.

Sarah Brookbank, a Cincinnati Enquirer reporter

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