Ghosthunting 101. Ballroom Dancing. Twitter Essentials. As diverse as they sound, they all have something in common.
University of Louisville faculty, staff and students looking for fresh and organic foods to prepare themselves now have an option on Belknap Campus.
Health care is about working with patients to treat their illnesses effectively, but there is only so much that doctors, nurses and other health care professionals can learn in a classroom environment.
Warnock Street between Floyd and Brook streets will be narrowed to one lane spring break week.
Winston Churchill, Audrey Hepburn, Albert Einstein, Mother Teresa - some of the most famous people in the world will be hanging around Belknap Campus for the next three months.
The School of Dentistry renovation is helping to support Kentucky businesses, with $24 million going to 28 Kentucky subcontractors and suppliers.
President James Ramsey, Vice President for Information Technology Priscilla Hancock and representatives from Kosair Charities and the Metro Police Department talked to the media Friday about the University of Louisville's Bears on Patrol collection drive.
UofL plans to implement more than $300 million in construction and upgrades to its Belknap Campus over the next three to five years, according to an update of the master plan presented to the Board of Trustees March 4.
UofL Society members gathered this week for the unveiling of a new donor recognition wall at the University Club.
Did you know that UofL composts all of its yard wastes?
Volunteers from across the University of Louisville community gathered at the Cultural Center Wednesday to break ground on the new Garden Commons - a hands-on effort to educate and involve students in going green.
When the final horn sounds Saturday after the 2 p.m. UofL men's basketball game against Syracuse, it will mark the last time a University of Louisville basketball team plays a home game at Freedom Hall.
A new policy to protect sensitive information on University of Louisville computers and information storage devices took effect March 1.
The March 3 talk by Drucilla K. Barker on "African Women Writing Resistance" has been postponed to March 10.