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By Jenny Wells-Hosley

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Feb. 15, 2021) — “We cannot understand where humanity has been and where we are going without Black Studies.”

This is the mantra of the Commonwealth Institute for Black Studies (CIBS) — a multidisciplinary research...

Published February 16, 2022
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By Kody Kiser and Jenny Wells-Hosley

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Feb. 14, 2022) — In the fall of 2020, the University of Kentucky announced plans to establish the Commonwealth Institute for Black Studies (CIBS) — a multidisciplinary program designed to highlight UK’s growing research around issues of race and racism.

The interdisciplinary institute establishes research clusters across the campus and promotes the university’s growing research and...

Published February 14, 2022
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By Allison Perry

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Feb. 4, 2022) — For this “UK at the Half,” we catch up with University of Kentucky biology major Kayli Bolton, a 2021 scholarship recipient from the prestigious Astronaut Scholarship Foundation (ASF). The ASF Scholarship is presented annually to outstanding college students majoring in science, technology,...

Published February 4, 2022

Billy and Stacie speak with Co-Owner and Operator of Old Homeplace Farms – Will Bowling. In this episode, Will gives us background information on how Old Homeplace Farms came to be and shares his passion for being a local farmer and a friendly face to so many in Eastern Kentucky.

Published September 29, 2021

Stacie and Billy speak with special guest and long-time friend Tanner Hesterberg! Eastern Kentucky native, former WYMT news anchor, and now recent Cincinnati University Law School Graduate, Tanner talks with us about his successful journalism career and what it means to get to serve the people of Eastern Kentucky through many different facets.

Published September 29, 2021

 

LEXINGTON, Ky. (June 7, 2021) — Crystal Wilkinson is an associate professor of English at the University of Kentucky and an award-winning author. Her novel, "The Birds of Opulence," was the winner of the 2016 Ernest J. Gaines Prize for Literary Excellence. She is also the author of "Water Street" and "Blackberries, Blackberries." She also has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and her short stories, poems and essays have appeared in numerous...

Published June 7, 2021

In this episode, Billy and Stacie speak with the Director of the UK Robinson Center for Appalachian Resource Sustainability and Extension in the East Region: Daniel Wilson. Join us as we speak about all of the positive things extension services do for Eastern Kentuckians as well as our beloved UK Community!

Published May 19, 2021

In this episode, Stacie and Billy welcome Mandi Fugate Sheffel to the podcast. Mandi Fugate Sheffel is the owner of Read Spotted Newt in Hazard. Join us as we discuss entrepreneurship in Appalachia, discuss the impacts of COVID-19 and flooding, and the importance of Appalachian literature being available in the region for people to appreciate and learn from.

Also, be sure to check out her page @ReadSpottedNewt on Instagram and Facebook!

Published May 19, 2021

In this episode, Stacie and Billy welcome to the show a legend in terms of politics and healthcare in the Appalachian region, Dr. Benny Ray Bailey I, PhD.. Dr. Bailey is the co-founder of East Kentucky Health Services Center in Knott County, Kentucky and served as a Senator in the Appalachian region. Join us in learning about the history of EKHSC, its impacts, and how the clinic became a model for healthcare.

Published May 19, 2021

Billy and Stacie welcome Dr. Eddie Sloane of the Catholic Committee of Appalachia! In this episode, they discuss the prominence of Catholicism in Appalachia, the work Dr. Sloane does with Villanova University, and all the wonderful programs the Catholic Committee of Appalachia offers!

Published April 13, 2021

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