The School of Music almost has attained a standard of excellence it has sought since 2003.
A lineup of 18 new enrichment classes that cover topics such as using Facebook, choosing wines and communicating with the dead will begin soon at the University of Louisville.
During the summer months, young athletes become more active outside and competitive seasons begin. With rising temperature and humidity, dehydration concerns increase as well.
A renowned professor of medicine, Bella DePaulo, author and visiting professor of psychology at the University of California in Santa Barbara, claims that lifestyle changes are better than drugs or therapy for treatment of multiple psychopathologies, for fostering social and individual well-being and for improving cognitive functioning.
This winter, while her husband is serving his country overseas, Ali Larson will be facing some challenges of her own.
“So how’s the air?” Provost Shirley Willihnganz asked the freshmen and a few parents that had packed Comstock Concert Hall Friday afternoon.
Public visitation for Owsley Brown Frazier, former University of Louisville board chair, longtime supporter of the university and prominent civic leader, will be Tuesday at the Brown and Williamson Club at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium.
The University of Louisville and GE Appliances announced Aug. 17 a partnership to provide onsite graduate-level engineering classes at Louisville’s Appliance Park and to work together on research and development.
The University of Louisville’s McConnell Center will offer a series of public talks this fall designed to get people to reconsider big ideas and challenge basic assumptions about American life.
The University of Louisville is gaining national recognition for its efforts to save energy, reduce carbon emissions and use sustainable practices.
The Ironman triathlon will take place in Louisville Sunday, Aug. 26, with racing downtown and in the Belknap Campus areas. Here are the Belknap Campus area streets that will be affected.
Louisville philanthropist Owsley Brown Frazier, a longtime supporter of the University of Louisville and past chair of the Board of Trustees, died Aug. 16. He was 77.
The time has come. This is your chance to turn it around! Save money. Get fit. Build community. Protect the planet. There has never been a better time to break the habit of driving alone to campus.
The University of Louisville anticipates that the fall 2012 freshman class will be its most academically gifted incoming class.
Jessica Ruikka sat on the grass outside of Unitas Hall waiting to get this school year started — and the first step was getting all of the stuff that she brought from her home near Ann Arbor, Mich., to her new home in Unitas.
Kentucky State Fair patrons should be aware but not fearful of contracting swine flu, provided they adhere to some common-sense precautions, said University of Louisville epidemiologist and assistant professor of medicine Forest Arnold.
The University of Louisville Department of Theatre Arts invites the public to audition for its fall plays Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 21 and 22, 7 p.m.–9 p.m. at the Thrust Theatre, 2314 S. Floyd St.
A donation to the University of Louisville Aug. 14 from the Council of Graphological Societies (CGS) will ensure that researchers who want to understand the connection between cursive writing and student learning, how people's handwriting reflects their personalities and the development of handwriting analysis have sources to use at UofL.
Greg Curtis (left) and Jerry Pellman of VCI Construction Co. install a bike rack in front of The Ville Grille, one 66 new racks going in on Belknap Campus this fall. UofL’s Sustainability Council is paying for the racks with funds allocated for the university’s Climate Action Plan.
Munching a funnel cake or careening down a roller coaster track may not seem to have anything in common with getting screened for cancer — but they do. All will be featured again this year at the Kentucky State Fair, Aug. 16–26, at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville.