- According to the map in Thursday’s paper, which state had the most tornado sightings and suffered the most casualties in the storm Tuesday night and Wednesday morning?
- True or False: Abraham Lincoln never visited Mary Todd’s home in Lexington.
- Videos released by the U.S. military have suggested that Iraqi insurgents are now training _______ in terrorism and attack methods.
- American captives
- The elderly
- Children and teenagers
- True or False:Heath Ledger’s death has been ruled as an accidental overdose of multiple prescription pills he had obtained illegally.
- What has been one possible explanation for the storms that hit Tuesday night and Wednesday morning?
- El Niño
- La Niña
- Global Warming
- There are no possible explanations—it just happened because a cold air mass and warm air mass collided.
- True or False: According to an article in Thursday’s Business section, if someone falls victim to a scam and sends funds to a post office box outside of the United States there is very little American authorities can do about it and the victim will likely lose that money.
- As found in Thursday’s Business section, what determines whether living standards can rise because it allows businesses to pay their workers more?
- Labor Costs
- Cost of Living
- Fuel Prices
- True or False: A new study has shown that the heart shrinks with increasing age, most notably age 50.
- Lafayette football player Jake Stephens has turned down a football scholarship at what school to walk on at UK?
- Murray State
- Western Kentucky University
- Tennessee Tech
- What Kentucky women’s basketball player, a former “Miss Basketball” from Sacred Heart, may not play the rest of the season due to injuries?
- Carly Ormerod
- Samantha Mahoney
- Chante Bowman
- Amber Smith
Answers: 1. b; 2. b; 3. d; 4. b; 5. b;
6. a; 7. c; 8. a; 9. d; 10. a.
Quiz written by
Taryn Mynear, UK student
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