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Ali Scholars walk in the Champ’s footsteps

Ali Scholars walk in the Champ’s footsteps

The legend of Ali will live on far past his death, not least in UofL’s current cohort of Muhammad Ali Scholars, half of whom are from the College of Arts & Sciences.

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A&S sophomore to speak at Ali memorial service

A&S sophomore to speak at Ali memorial service

College of Arts & Sciences sophomore Natasha Mundkur will join a distinguished group of speakers, including former president Bill Clinton, King Abdullah of Jordan and actor Billy Crystal, in honoring the life and legacy of Muhammad Ali at the public memorial service Friday, June 10, in Louisville.

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Repertory Company sparks 40-plus years of imagination

Repertory Company sparks 40-plus years of imagination

The Theatre Arts department is celebrating the Repertory Company’s 40 years of success and raising funds to support the program with an event from 6-8 p.m. June 18, at the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage. Each year, a troupe of graduate students from University of Louisville’s Theatre Arts Department travels to dozens of area schools and performs plays from their repertory.

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