William Shakespeare's "Measure for Measure" twists and turns from tragic drama to bawdy humor in the upcoming University of Louisville Department of Theatre Arts' production.
The University Of Louisville Board Of Trustees has endorsed a letter of intent that marks the next level of planning for a merger among UofL, University of Louisville Hospital/James Graham Brown Cancer Center, Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s HealthCare, Catholic Health Initiatives and its Kentucky-based operation, Saint Joseph Health System. Over the past three weeks, the governing boards of the other organizations approved similar motions.
Raising $750 million is no small task, but that's the goal the University of Louisville has set for its comprehensive fundraising campaign, "Charting Our Course: The Campaign for Kentucky's Premier Metropolitan Research University."
Every Card Counts: Remind your students to complete their online course evaluations beginning on or about Nov. 15 and continuing through Dec. 7.
Veterans at UofL send shout-outs to fellow veterans and service personnel.
Throughout this week in honor of Veterans Day and those men and women who have served or are serving our country, UofL Today has focused on student and employee veterans and ways in which the university assists them.
The University of Louisville Police Department has made an arrest in the case of more than three dozen cars vandalized on campus Sept. 5.
What is more complex to maintain — the steam propulsion systems of an aircraft carrier or the heating and air conditioning on Belknap Campus?
"Paying it forward" is how fine arts chair James Grubola describes The Annual Art Auction.
Nov. 11 is Veterans Day in the United States.
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Byron Hurt, an anti-sexist activist and filmmaker, will discuss his film "Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes" as part of the University of Louisville's inaugural Engaging Men Week.
University of Louisville students' photography work with children in Panama will be showcased in an exhibit that opens Nov. 3 during the free, public Celebration of Panamanian Independence Day, which will include talks about the project and a tribute to workers who died building the Panama Canal.
The complexities of treating and interacting with a variety of patient populations whose lifestyles and beliefs may be very different from those of the health provider will be examined at an annual symposium hosted by the University of Louisville Health Sciences Center.
The University of Louisville supports a campus free of bias or hate, where diversity is celebrated and civility is expected.
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University of Louisville President James Ramsey received a special honor from the campus community over homecoming weekend. But it wasn't at UofL.
Civil rights activist, singer and historian Bernice Johnson Reagon will blend music and message in her "songtalk" performance during the fourth annual Anne Braden Memorial Lecture Nov. 5 at the University of Louisville.
Former President Bill Clinton and Jack Conway, Kentucky attorney general and democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, will be guests of the University of Louisville College Democrats Monday, Nov. 1, for a free, public talk on the Belknap Oval.