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Kroger on Euclid is less than a mile away from south campus. This makes it easier for students without cars to grocery shop because its within walking distance and super easy to get to.

Campus Kroger - The much-anticipated and unique Kroger opens today on Euclid Avenue, serving campus and downtown neighborhoods. It is considered a model for future Kroger stores to be located on urbanized sites. - See more at: http://www.fayette-pva.com/property-in-the-news#sthash.8DKL5Iez.dpuf

I hadn't seen these things until I moved onto campus, now they're everywhere. Where did they come from? I've noticed them on campus too! Also have you seen them all over vine? there are getting very popular. I wonder why these are getting so popular?

The Student Center- Annex was built in 1987, and is home to the UK Bookstore, Worsham Theatre, study areas, TV lounge, and meeting rooms. The other half of the Student Center is home to several restaurants (Subway, Sbarro, Panda Express, and Chick-fil-A), Starbucks, Rasdall Art Gallery, WRFL, a UK Federal Credit Union branch and a Ticketmaster outlet, as well as several office spaces for student organizations. Students can get their IDs taken here. A renovation project for the Student…

Holy Spirit Parish, Newman Center - The “Catholic Club” began religious services for students at the University of Kentucky in 1914. In 1959 four far-sighted laymen arranged the purchase of the present Newman Center site on Rose Lane. In 1969, an independent corporation, Newman Center, Inc., was established for the purpose of funding the development of the substantial facility at present. Thus in the thirteen years from 1959 to 1972, the Newman movement at the University was transformed

Bill Huddleston, left, and his sister Elizabeth Wardle, right, lived next door to each other in Davis Bottom in 1980. At the time they were paying $85-a-month rent in the low-income community tucked between South Broadway and West High Street. In 2006 the 29 homes in Davis Bottom were torn down to make way for the Newtown Pike Extension. After eight years of work on the infrastructure the first of fourteen affordable housing units for families displaced by the project were dedicated ...