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UofL grad who helped desegregate campus housing went on to become one of the first African American social workers in Kentucky

UofL grad who helped desegregate campus housing went on to become one of the first African American social workers in Kentucky

In late April 1969, a group of students occupied then-president Woodrow Strickler’s office demanding more efforts to recruit minority students and teachers, among other things. It was shortly before this time when the late Gwendol Fay (Brown) McCaskill helped integrate the on-campus dorms.

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UofL professor shares endangered language books worldwide

UofL professor shares endangered language books worldwide

Hilaria Cruz, an assistant professor of comparative humanities, began teaching a UofL course in endangered languages in 2019. Students helped her bring a very personal project to fruition at the end of 2021.

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UofL alum takes history degree to historic houses

UofL alum takes history degree to historic houses

Throughout October, the city of Louisville gets to wow residents and tourists with its rich history, both haunted and otherwise. For Chris Church ’16, he gets to wow residents and tourists with rich history throughout the entire year.

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