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.
You might want to double check the color of that parking space before walking away from your car, as parking spots across Belknap Campus have been reclassified to accommodate construction of the Student Recreation Center.
To help parents ready their children for the upcoming school year, the Pediatrics Eye Clinic at the University of Louisville will hold a back-to-school clinic for children from 8 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Aug. 18.
Chipeng Wu, an associate professor from Jinan University Medical College Department of Public Health, is learning how to encourage students to think critically.
“The bamboo that bends is stronger than the oak that resists.” – Japanese proverb How do you typically respond when your life circumstances change? Do you resist the change and try to keep things the way they were? Are you like the oak in the Japanese proverb? Or are you more like the bamboo that is flexible and resilient in the face of change?
Gifts from two major Kentucky distilleries will fund and strengthen alcohol education and awareness programs at the University of Louisville and the University of Kentucky and will help expand alcohol programming across the commonwealth.
When James Brown started Fort Knox High School as a freshman, he didn’t know he’d get to earn college credit his senior year.
To the casual passer-by, the July 31 distribution of popsicles at the University of Louisville Health Sciences Center might have looked like a nice gesture to help people beat the heat.
UofL President James Ramsey and Provost Shirley Willihnganz have issued the following statement about the controversy surrounding comments by the president of Chick-fil-A and subsequent calls to remove the restaurant from the university’s Belknap Campus.
University of Louisville and city officials were digging in the dirt again July 31 as they symbolically planted the first plants that will top the first new building at Nucleus Innovation Park-Market Street.
Three University of Louisville faculty members are among four Louisville authors who will be featured on a special C-SPAN BookTV program, “Louisville Weekend,” Aug. 4 and 5.
David L. Dunn, executive vice president for health affairs, and honorary chair of the UofL Heart Walk campaign, is recruiting volunteers for the Sept. 22 event.
President James Ramsey is joining the local nonprofit Colon Cancer Prevention Project to help raise awareness for the disease.
While the 2012 Olympic Games kick off Friday in London, an exhibition of Olympics past will be in Louisville.
University of Louisville student athletes last semester scored their highest overall grade point average – 3.11 – in school history.
Give up your parking permit for two years and reap big savings on a bicycle.