Bravo in the U.S - Brawo in Poland: Documentary on UofL's joint production of 'Figaro' to premiere Feb. 13
"The Marriage of Figaro" was a hot ticket in November 2007 at Louisville's Bomhard Theater in The Kentucky Center.
Power has been restored to the School of Public Health and Information Sciences, and the building will be open for business Monday, Feb. 8.
University of Louisville Physical Plant is investigating the source of water that earlier today came into an electrical closet in the School of Public Health and Information Sciences basement.
A new funding model for the Grawemeyer Awards would align it with other international awards, such as the Nobel Prizes, after the Board of Trustees approved changes Feb. 4.
Student Government Association President O.J. Oleka delivered the annual State of the Student Body Address to a packed Chao Auditorium Feb. 2.
In charge of providing food for a meeting or campus event?
About 200 students escaped the cold winter weather and spent an evening in the Xtrom Lounge on Jan. 29.
The University of Louisville plans to expand the scope of its research office by creating a new post for and soon hiring an executive vice president for research and innovation, according to President James Ramsey.
Outside the temperature was a chilly 22 degrees, but on the roof of the Life Sciences Building, it was nice and toasty as senior biology major Keera Lowe set up a study to determine if a fungus can help American beach grass survive and grow.
(Editor's Note: Green Scene is a monthly column on sustainable activities at UofL written by the faculty, staff and students responsible for them.)
Kentucky universities and colleges are joining forces to increase the number of international students who come to the state to study.
Jazz may be America's native art form, but you would never guess that from the foreign accents that can be heard outside the third-floor offices of the Jamey Aebersold Jazz Studies program at the University of Louisville's School of Music.
A stack of photographic prints saved in a shoe box is probably more likely to withstand the test of time than your digital photos--unless you take action quickly to remove them from the device you used to take them.
Car commuting generates 9 percent of UofL's greenhouse gas pollution.
The University of Louisville's Student Government Association will lead a contingent of students to Frankfort on Feb. 9 to encourage Kentucky legislators to support higher education.
Recycling at the University of Louisville is about to get easier.
University of Louisville students are asking people to open their hearts to the people of Haiti during two fundraising events this week.