Heather Hadden, an incoming freshman from Villa Hills, Ky., had never been to downtown Louisville before last week.
(Editor’s Note: Green Scene is a monthly column on sustainable activities at UofL written by faculty, staff and students responsible for them.)
This year's Cards under the Stars summer movie series will conclude with "Toy Story 3" Friday, Aug. 5.
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Student-athlete. The term for someone who both is enrolled in a university and plays sports is simple enough to understand.
When University of Louisville's fall semester starts Aug. 22, eight students will attend classes as part of a unique program that allows them to be both full-time students and soldiers.
University of Louisville head football coach Charlie Strong and his family are donating $150,000 to a UofL scholarship program that helps low-income students in Kentucky earn college degrees.
More than 250 university staff from across the nation gathered at UofL last week for training on student conduct and mediation issues as part of the Association for Student Conduct Administration Gehring Academy.
University of Louisville health officials stated Wednesday that UofL and its medical faculty members will develop a way to ensure a full array of reproductive services are available following the merger of University Hospital, Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s HealthCare and Saint Joseph Health System.
Eight University of Louisville students and one recent graduate have earned scholarships to conduct research, travel abroad and, in some cases, study foreign languages and cultures that are considered critical to U.S. national security.
Officials broke ground July 20 on the first building to go up at Nucleus Innovation Park Downtown, a nine-acre research park on and around the former Haymarket property.
What are the most pressing labor issues facing the construction industry today? How can women and minorities gain a foothold in the industry? How can construction worksites be safer?
The University of Louisville was recently named to the 2010 President's Higher Education Community Service honor roll.
The University of Louisville African American Theatre Program will present “The Orphan of Chao” this summer at two venues. Premiered in February at UofL, the play will be performed at the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival and at the National Black Theatre Festival.
The University of Louisville’s fleet of lawnmowers soon will be running on propane gas instead of gasoline, a step expected to further reduce the university’s carbon footprint.
University of Louisville employees' and students' generosity never seems to end.
The University of Louisville leadership team met all 27 of its 2010-2011 goals, prompting the institution's board members to give President James Ramsey high praise and a sterling performance review at Wednesday's Board of Trustees meeting.
The University of Louisville is adding some zeros to the largest fundraising campaign in its history. The university’s Board of Trustees Wednesday approved upping the campaign's previously announced $750 million goal to $1 billion.
University of Louisville student Drew Watkins set out to raise money for a local nonprofit organization and in the process broke a world record.
Westbound Eastern Parkway is closed indefinitely due to flooding repairs after Monday's water main break.