Several streets around Belknap Campus will be closed Saturday, Oct. 26, from 6 a.m. to noon for the Big Hit Half Marathon.
Why are there giant sunflowers behind the University of Louisville’s Urban Studies Institute at 426 W. Bloom St.?
Downtown visitors and Ekstrom Library users can examine student-decorated altars dedicated to civil rights leaders and others during the annual Day of the Dead celebration honoring the lives of special people.
University of Louisville officials and students cut the ribbon Oct. 18 on the 128,000-square-foot Student Recreation Center on Fourth Street near Kurz and Minardi halls. The building will open for student use on Monday, Oct. 28.
“All Aboard!” Archives and Special Collections at the University of Louisville will open a multi-gallery exhibit celebrating its collections of Louisville & Nashville Railroad (L&N) materials Nov. 6, with a 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. reception in the east wing, lower level lobby of Ekstrom Library.
University of Louisville President James Ramsey has been named 2013 Communicator of the Year.
Homecoming always means a football performance with one of the day’s highlights being the halftime crowning of the king and queen. For others, another performance — the National Pan-Hellenic Council Step Show — is the highlight of homecoming weekend.
If you’re concerned about breast cancer, you may be wondering if there are steps you can take toward breast cancer prevention.
Sodexo will host its third annual Farm to Table dinner from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Oct. 25 at the Ville Grill on Belknap Campus.
Louisville business legend David Jones will be featured in the first of a new TV series called “Kentucky Entrepreneur” starting Oct. 14 on KET channels. The University of Louisville’s Offices of Communications and Marketing and Information Technology produce the show.
A faculty endowed chair position that will focus on Jewish history, culture and religion is coming to UofL.
The University of Louisville Alumni Association again will host Homecoming on Main, a free, family friendly event, beginning at 10:30 a.m. Oct. 19 at the KFC Yum! Center Plaza.
The University of Louisville is participating in the 2013 Strategic National Arts Alumni Project (SNAAP)—a one-of-a-kind survey that explores the lives of arts alumni nationwide.
The University of Louisville and the Louisville Independent Business Alliance (LIBA) will take shoppers on a whirlwind tour of local shops and restaurants Friday, Dec.6, on the third annual Holiday Cards “Buy Local” Shopping Tour.
The civil rights movement of the 1960s changed America forever. But what has it really meant to society? And what effect will it have on our future?
Italian pianist Beatrice Rana took the silver medal and the Audience Award in June at the 2013 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. At 8 p.m. Oct. 29, she’ll play a free, public concert in Comstock Hall at the University of Louisville.
As the population ages, the need for professional caregivers to provide in-home services for ill and disabled patients is increasing. Patient homes may present more workplace challenges than other health care settings because they can harbor hazards such as tobacco smoke, cluttered hallways and rooms, inaccessible bathrooms, rodents and bugs.
The Corn Island Storytelling Festival moved to the University of Louisville in 2012. Now the university also will house the records and other materials from the area’s most prestigious and celebrated storytelling event.
(Editor's Note: "Think Again" has been canceled, but the free talk by alumnus Jelly Helm will take place. Helm will speak from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Cressman Center. Information on his talk is at the end of this article.)
In October 1960, Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. sat in the Fulton County jail although the charges brought against him had been dropped. Louisvillians Carl and Anne Braden were outraged and sent King a telegram of support on Oct. 24.