“So come on, get up on your bike: Pedal on, pedal on, pedal on, pedal on for miles. Pedal on.”*
Two University of Louisville students have been awarded Barry M. Goldwater scholarships for the 2011-2012 academic year.
Low-income seniors will have help purchasing fresh, nutritious home grown fruits and vegetables at the Gray Street Farmers Market, scheduled to run Thursdays, May 19-Oct. 27 in the 400 block of East Gray Street.
The Saturday Academy, a University of Louisville-organized community enrichment program, will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a June 3 gala fundraiser and program at the Muhammad Ali Center, 144 N. Sixth St.
The UofL Board of Trustees Finance and Personnel committees on May 12 approved employee benefits changes that will result in monetary savings that can be put toward faculty and staff salary increases.
The adage “out of sight, out of mind” doesn’t apply to University of Louisville history professor John Cumbler.
It took only a campus visit for Tracey Walterbusch to know she wanted to attend the University of Louisville for her master’s education.
UofL’s front door is about to get a new look.
Daniel Cameron made the most of his time at the University of Louisville.
A team of entrepreneurship students from the University of Louisville’s College of Business has earned the grand prize in an international contest widely regarded as the “Super Bowl” of business competitions.
The University of Louisville will have two smaller spring commencement ceremonies this semester — instead of one large one — to allow time for each student to walk across the stage.
If you’re out at Derby Festival events this week, watch for Trisha Maclin, a University of Louisville English and political science major who is this year’s Derby Festival queen.
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Most people would associate a class field trip solely with elementary school, but not Edward Halperin, dean of the University of Louisville School of Medicine.
Organizers of a May 13 event to celebrate National Astronomy Day are hoping local earthlings will want to get to know their celestial neighbors.
The “Cards under the Stars” outdoor movie series will return to Belknap Campus this summer, and UofL is asking for your help in picking the films.
Kentucky women writers and their readers will gather at the University of Louisville’s Ekstrom Library later this month to discuss the nuts and bolts of writing and publishing.
Nobel Prize-winning chemist and Purdue University professor Ei-ichi Negishi will talk about the path that led to his scientific successes May 9 at the University of Louisville.
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