University of Louisville students, faculty and staff will highlight the issues of bias and bullying during a series of free, public events Jan. 24-28 on Belknap Campus.
Violent political discourse is not new in the United States, but it can replace real, meaningful dialogue, and in so doing, be a threat to democracy.
The University of Louisville has placed near the top in a rating system that tracks how well colleges and universities across the country are doing at reducing their environmental impact.
School of Music auditions and the Office Admissions Campus Visit Program will be held as scheduled Saturday, Jan. 22.
Two Kentucky elected officials and a University of Louisville political expert will take part in a community forum at UofL on Monday, Jan. 24, about the power words have to shape public sentiment.
For the next several weeks, the Hite Galleries and the Cressman Center are featuring exhibits by two renowned artists.
Due to public safety concerns, pedestrian access will be eliminated around the construction site at the northeast corner of Third Street and Eastern Parkway.
A new University of Louisville program will help 600 high-need Louisville high school students prepare for college success.
More than a decade after its implementation, Kentucky's Bucks for Brains program continues to pay off in dollars and in scientific breakthroughs, according to a presentation to the University of Louisville Board of Trustees Jan. 13.
The University of Louisville may be closed Monday, Jan. 17, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, but campus will be anything but quiet. Here's a look at what will be happening that day.
University employees from across the nation will gather in Louisville next month to discuss the future of veterans in higher education.
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Fair-pay activist Lilly Ledbetter, whose name is attached to federal gender equity legislation, will speak at a free, public event Jan. 25 at the University of Louisville.
University of Louisville students saved more than $90,000 on textbooks in fall 2010 by renting their books from the UofL bookstore rather than buying them.
A free, public program at the University of Louisville will honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with a play, discussions related to civil rights and special recognition of the Louisville chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
The University of Louisville's Department of Theatre Arts is inviting the public to audition for its spring plays.
"Getting a Good Night’s Sleep” will be the topic of the January "Building Hope" public lecture offered by the Depression Center of the University of Louisville Health Sciences Center.
The University of Louisville's Kent School of Social Work will work with several community youth-serving organizations to help teenagers avoid unhealthy relationships and risky behavior, thanks to a five-year, $4.8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Babies and bonding, Burma and Buddhism — a University of Louisville luncheon lecture series this year will focus on those diverse and international topics as well as African theater and Central American drug trafficking.
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