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.
The University of Louisville will reopen all classes and offices on their regular schedule Wednesday, July 13.
Belknap classes are canceled and offices are closed Tuesday, July 12 in the aftermath of Monday's flooding.
"Tangled" will be the second film in this summer's "Cards Under the Stars" series Friday, July 15.
As most third-year residents prepare to move into the next stage of their medical careers, one University of Louisville pediatrics resident is making a dramatically different move—one that will take her 5,800 miles away and into a completely different culture of medicine.
Fourteen University of Louisville students or recent graduates have received Fulbright research or teaching awards in 2011.
UofL students soon will enjoy state-of-the-art sports and recreation facilities in a location more convenient to new housing and other development on the west side of Belknap Campus.
A delegation of government and university officials from Perm, Russia, recently came to Louisville to learn how the University of Louisville has changed over the past decade and to explore how Perm universities and UofL might collaborate in the future.
Sidewalks near Brigman Hall and the Brandeis School of Law will be closed for a few days the week of July 4 and maybe the next as workers begin the next phase of construction on the Oval.
When was the last time you really paid attention to an awe-inspiring sunset? Savored and lingered over a meal, taking delight in the taste of the food? Took a quiet walk in a nearby park and actually focused attention on your surroundings?
Speed Museum construction will affect some sidewalks on the northwest side of Belknap Campus over the next few days.
YMCA of Greater Louisville and UofL announced June 28 that they will team together to provide services to residents of West Louisville.
A free event at the University of Louisville will mark the end of NASA’s storied, 30-year exploration program as the space shuttle Atlantis makes its final journey July 8.