Editor’s Note: The following was written by Harold Leeder, editor-in-chief of The New Circle Circular, Lexington’s #1 source of fake news you can’t count on.
It’s been in the news recently that UK sorority members are going to be forced to attend a philanthropy training class that will keep them from attending Saturday’s football opener. The women, stuck between the end of rush week but unable to attend the game have referred to their situation as “rush limbo.”
Several sorority members on campus are livid they’re going to miss their only chance to see a non-conference opponent from a peninsula this year, and male students are upset they’ll miss out on their first social opportunity to be too nervous to talk to sorority members.
As a compromise, the University plans to provide a complimentary shuttle that will allow Sorority members to take a break from mandatory philanthropy training this Saturday. Both sorority members and potential pledges alike, will grab a clear bag and ride through a drive-thru game window, where Kroger field employees will provide a Clicklist version of the University’s home opener. Sorority members with a UK ID and a Kroger plus card will get a complimentary curbside view of the game, a ticket stub, and a brief sense of guarded optimism for the football season.
Unfortunately, this service will only be provided this weekend to accommodate the University’s scheduling error. However, KSBar is looking into continuing the service for fans that pre-game a little too much at the soon-to-be-opened restaurant.