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A&S’s ties to Kentucky Derby run deep

A&S’s ties to Kentucky Derby run deep

To get a sense of just how unique a perspective we have to this massive global event, look no further than Remington Smith, an assistant professor of Communication in the College of Arts & Sciences. Smith recently received the Reel South Short award for his documentary, “The Derby.” The Indie Grits Festival and PBS Reel South give the Short award to the best short documentary filmed in or about the south.

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UofL student reflects on trip to Cuba to help military service members

UofL student reflects on trip to Cuba to help military service members

When Jeremy Dodson officially graduates May 11, he’ll carry with him far more experience than what was gained from the classroom. The Communications major from Crestwood, Kentucky, spent part of February in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as part of a volunteer team from the Kentucky Boys State and the American Legion.

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Criminal Justice Prof. Cherie Dawson-Edwards talks "school-to-prison pipeline"

Criminal Justice Prof. Cherie Dawson-Edwards talks "school-to-prison pipeline"

There has been a lot of talk about the "school-to-prison pipeline", describing the mass incarceration of mostly African American men. Cherie Dawson-Edwards, Chair and Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, has researched the justice system, public policy, and its ramifications for Americans who are locked up. She joins Mark Hebert on UofL Today to discuss the issue.

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