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Campbell to Discuss "The Gateway Arch: A Biography" on NPR's Weekend Edition
Biology Undergrads Receive Prestigious Fellowships for Summer Research
UK Students Named Fulbright Recipients
Student Commencement Speakers Rosado, Glaser to Represent Class of 2013
Mathematics as Art Form
A&S Kickoff Promotes Summer Courses, Resource for Choosing Courses
UK Archaeologist Digs Up Kentucky History on National TV
The Hatfield-McCoy Feud is now infamous across the country thanks to the mini-series that aired in 2012. Thanks to the help of UK Professor Kim McBride, the National Geographic Channel's "Diggers" recently made an important discovery about this famous feud. "Diggers: Hatfields & McCoys" airs Tuesday, January 29 on National Geographic Channel.
Celebrate A&S: 2012 Hall of Fame Inductee Louis J. Swift
Lou Swift graduated from Johns Hopkins in 1963 and joined UK’s faculty as the chair of the newly reformed Department of Classics in 1970. His research interests focus on the study of early Christianity, including the issue of war and peace in late antiquity, and the relationship between religion and politics in America. Though he officially retired in 2001, he continues to teach an undergraduate course on the connection between religion and politics in America.