(Editor's Note: The African American Theatre Program has canceled its Jan. 20 Martin Luther King Jr. Cabaret fundraiser. The Jan. 21 program will go on as scheduled.)
Organizers of “Modern Day Slavery: Breaking the Chains,” a free conference scheduled for Jan. 16 on the University of Louisville Belknap Campus, hope their event will help raise awareness about human trafficking.
The University of Louisville’s Louis D. Brandeis School of Law has received a bequest of about $1 million to permanently endow a student-run law clinic.
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell paid tribute to the president of his alma mater Dec. 18 when he praised “my good friend” University of Louisville President James Ramsey as “an extraordinary leader” in a submission to the Congressional Record.
Before the Louisville Cardinals and the Florida Gators face off on the football field, fans of both teams are invited to connect to the New Orleans community and give back to the host city.
Twelve enthusiastic UofL students left Louisville at 7 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 9, for a week of community service in New Jersey.
University of Louisville students marked an end to one phase of life and the beginning of another in several commencement-related ceremonies last week.
J. Blaine Hudson, dean of the University of Louisville College of Arts and Sciences since 2005, is stepping down at the end of this month.
Fifty faculty and staff members were picked at random this afternoon to receive pairs of tickets to the Sugar Bowl Jan. 2 in New Orleans.
The University of Louisville has earned a top award for supporting minority businesses over the past fiscal year.
Nine new companies have moved in to Nucleus Innovation Park – TechCenter, bringing the facility to capacity.
A group of University of Louisville students and employees are traveling to India during the winter break to volunteer at health camps.
Pedestrian traffic patterns around the Speed Museum are changing significantly as the museum begins the second phase of its three-year expansion project.
Kaelin Gatewood follows her heart. She came to UofL as a communication major, but changed it to nursing after watching compassionate nurses care for her father during an illness.
Sport administration students this semester learned how to raise money and what it’s like to give it away.
A dozen University of Louisville students are volunteering this week in Highlands, N.J., to help restore the Hurricane Sandy-damaged coastal fishing village.
More than 1,500 students are expected to graduate from the University of Louisville this semester, and 875 of those graduates plan to participate in the Dec. 13 winter commencement ceremony at 7 p.m. in Freedom Hall, Kentucky Exposition Center.
A year is a long time to keep a secret but that was the agreement music professor Michael Tunnell signed in the fall of 2011for a movie project named “Office Seekers.”
The University of Louisville Board of Trustees executive committee has approved UofL’s withdrawal from the Big East Conference.
Coach Charlie Strong announced earlier today that he will stay at the University of Louisville and that he and Athletic Director Tom Jurich are working on a long-term contract.