Halloween was an eye-opener for Misoo Kim.
The University of Louisville theater season continues Nov. 16-19 with “The Flu Season,” a dark comedy and love story by Will Eno set in a psychiatric retreat center where the lunatic doctor and nurse make their two patients seem well.
Romano “Ron” Mazzoli is proud of his 12 terms in the U.S. House of Representatives and his lifelong dedication to public service.
On Wednesday, Nov. 9, the Oval off Third Street will be converted to a two-way street and the north side between the Brandeis School of Law and Third will be closed for repair work on the roadway.
The University of Louisville’s Department of Theatre Arts invites the public to audition for Pearl Cleage’s “Blues for an Alabama Sky.”
University of Louisville researchers have received four grants totaling $660,000 from the American Heart to help in the development of new cardiovascular treatments:
Collins Tuohy, whose home life with adopted brother Michael Oher was chronicled in the film and book “The Blind Side,” will speak at the University of Louisville Nov. 10 as part of a pep rally for UofL’s final home football game of the season.
Researchers Terry Scott and Amy Lingo in the University of Louisville’s College of Education and Human Development have received a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to train educators in a teaching approach designed to circumvent academic and behavior difficulties.
The University of Louisville is celebrating “11 Days of 11/11,” a series of events leading up to and including Veterans Day, and has kicked off the activities with a project for students, faculty and staff to post messages to veterans at UofL.
Francis Parkman was a historian and author in the 1800s. He wrote “The Oregon Trail: Sketches of Prairie and Rocky Mountain Life.”
Stray cats. University of Louisville librarian Karen Little rescued so many stray cats on her walk from her Old Louisville home to her office in the Dwight Anderson Library at the School of Music, that she ran out of friends and family to take in the others she saw.
Imagine an animal that is about the size of a shrew – 4 to 6 inches long – and with extremely long canine teeth, a narrow muzzle and a short, rounded skull.
President. Provost, vice president, dean, professor, manager, director. As much as these titles describe and apply to the work that happens at the University of Louisville, they don’t get to the essence of what makes UofL unique — its people.
How does a large institution like UofL balance environmental, social and economic stewardship to become more sustainable? The question is complex and the answers aren’t clear cut. But we are on our way toward answering it.
From inventor Benjamin Franklin to activist Anne Braden, the local Day of the Dead celebration honors special people whose influence spread far beyond their lifetimes.
America’s political leaders need to “recognize that common ground and compromise are not the same things” and work together to address the economic and other challenges that the United States faces.
This event is right up there with Homecoming as a valued University of Louisville tradition.
University of Louisville students and employees braved the chilling October air to help plant 25 trees on Belknap Campus Oct. 28.
Daniel Ulmer, owner of the Louisville Bats baseball franchise and former chairman and CEO of PNC Bank, Kentucky, credits lessons learned at the University of Louisville as the foundation that has guided him through his career.
Public health doctoral students at the University of Louisville are researching the role of genetics, lifestyle and environment on breast cancer in minority women.