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30 Rock takes on the 2012 Vice Presidential Debate

Just before Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan took the stage for the 2012 Vice Presidential debate, 30 rock served up an episode skewering the 2012 presidential election, in ways Saturday Night Live could only dream of. “Governor […]

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The ‘Thrill’ is Gone: Spin Alley and The Political Wake Post VP Debate

  Ace Vice Presidential Debate Coverage at Centre College was produced by crew chief and Ace Contributing Editor Kakie Urch, with Ace contributors Raj Ranade and Patrick O'Dowd, and


A Centre Student Attends the VP Debate, shares perspective

Centre student Alex Gardner participated in the Centre Student Lottery and won a seat in the hall at the Vice Presidential Debate. Below, he shares his perspective with


Centre VP Debate: BINGO Ace Style

It's almost debate time folks! The Ace team is live at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky. Sitting in the press room surrounded by journos — way too many journos


Welcome to Ace Live coverage of the VP Debate at Centre: ‘Thrill in the ‘Ville, Part Two”!

Hello, and welcome to Ace's coverage of "The Thrill in the 'Ville, Part Two" 2012! We are on site at Centre College in beautiful Danville, Kentucky covering all

Congress Yarmuth and Sen. Rand Paul at Centre VP debate in Danville. -Ace Photo

‘Spin Alley’ readies for the battle about the battle at VP debate

The streets of Danville, Kentucky are idyllic and calm. Usually. But "Spin Alley," the real world space for the traditional no-holds-barred debate about the debate that has become a

Alex Gardner (left) will be attending tonight's debate (and reporting for

Centre Students win “the Lottery,” snag tickets to Vice Presidential Debate

Five hundred Centre students participated in a campus lottery to snag tickets to tonight's Vice Presidential Debate at the Norton Center in Danville Kentucky. The  Commission on Presidential Debates


Cheers from the Governor’s Bourbon Reception: Welcoming the VP Debate to Centre, and to Kentucky


UK Faces Round Two of Budget Cuts

UK faculty will have an opportunity to attend two open forums this week prior to a second round of University budget cuts. UK faculty trustee John Wilson urged colleagues


Ace’s Lexington Daily Photo 9.20.2012 Brass Band Welcomes Bingham to Lexington

Ace Daily Photo 9.20.2012 Brass Band Welcomes Bingham to Lexington Photos by Chris Snider. Lexington mayor Jim Gray, Kentucky governor Steve Beshear, and a brass band  officially welcomed international law firm

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