At a June 28 ground breaking ceremony on the Shelby Campus for a new office building, UofL President James Ramsey told onlookers that it was a “momentous day” because the new structure underscores the success of 600 North Hurstbourne, an office building that opened on the campus last year.
Two units within Student Affairs have merged to create a stronger unit to support the student experience.
On the court, on the field and on the stage, 2013 has been a winning year for the University of Louisville, and the Cardinal Singers are the latest student group to extend this year’s winning tradition.
Limbwalkers Tree Service of Louisville and UofL’s Physical Plant joined forces June 25 to shore up an old apple tree said to be descended from a tree in the garden of English physicist Isaac Newton.
More than 130 UofL School of Dentistry faculty, residents, students and staff helped to address oral health needs of Kentuckians who can’t afford or easily access dental care June 22 and 23 in Greenup County.
Theft in the workplace commonly involves a taking of property, time, or information which rightfully belongs to the employer; however, an expanded view might include the taking of creative energies or productivity from talented employees or the destruction of their engagement or intentional sabotage of their work product.
The Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium at the University of Louisville will reopen June 29 after a monthlong closure to upgrade its projection system.
Growing pumpkins from seed and shucking sweet corn from his family’s garden are among Nathan Bush’s earliest childhood memories.
The University of Louisville School of Public Health & Information Sciences has received reaccreditation through 2020 from the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).
Shopping for fresh, local produce and goods is just one reason to visit the Gray Street Farmers Market.
The Cardinal Singers, a choral ensemble of the University of Louisville School of Music, are champions of the Yeosu International Choir Competition in Yeosu, Korea, and end their week of competition with a total of six awards.
It’s summertime, and the living is easy—that is, until you notice the havoc that all that fun in the sun has wrought on your body.
It’s a great year to be a Cardinal.
The University of Louisville and J.B. Atkinson Academy for Excellence in Teaching and Learning in Louisville’s Portland neighborhood are teaming up this summer to help elementary students avoid the “summer slide” in reading skills that can happen during the school break.
When NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) driver Brian Vickers climbs in the No. 55 Toyota at Kentucky Speedway on June 29, he and his “Aaron’s Dream Machine” will sport University of Louisville colors honoring the school’s 2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball National Championship team. Michael Waltrip Racing owns the car.
The front entrance to Grawemeyer Hall will be closed June 13 and June 14 as workers replacing the building's columns install more scaffolding.
Six University of Louisville athletic teams posted a perfect score in the most recent single-year Academic Progress Rate (APR) data released June 11 by the NCAA.
A team of researchers from the University of Louisville has shown red table grapes produce substances that enable intestinal stem cells in mice to continue functioning even as colitis is introduced into their intestinal tract.
It’s that time of the year: New students are on campus to get introduced to where they will be for the next four years and to meet new classmates. To put it simply, this is the time where their lives start changing.
An 11.5 percent increase this year in applications for first-year students has prompted UofL to stop accepting first-year applications for fall 2013.