(Editor's Note: Green Scene is a monthly column on sustainable activities at UofL by the faculty, staff and students responsible for them.)
An ad hoc committee of the University of Louisville Board of Trustees voted Dec. 21 to recommend a two-year contract extension for President James Ramsey.
Santa Claus came a few days early to UofL's Early Learning Campus.
Two Kentucky kidney disease patients received transplants last week through a paired donation process that also allowed two other women to finally realize their wish to give the "gift of life."
The presidents of Kentucky's two largest universities will share the limelight Monday, Dec. 21, on KET.
Burning all this coal is melting Santa's North Pole home!
University of Louisville graduate student Anderson Pessoa wears the same thing every day - a smile.
Because of weather concerns, the west end of Eastern Parkway will remain closed for construction through Sunday, Dec. 20.
Apparently it's more difficult than it seems, as University of Louisville President James Ramsey found out while shooting a seasonal giving video with student Dillon Miles.
This year's federal Omnibus Appropriations Bill contains $7.3 million in funding requested for the University of Louisville by U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell.
The University of Louisville recently received the Keystone Award for Progress in Supplier Diversity from the Tri-State Minority Supplier Development Council (TSMSDC) at its annual awards program.
Eastern Parkway from Third Street to the Speed School entrance will be closed Dec. 16 while crews pave and stripe that section of the road.
A group of 27 UofL students, faculty and staff left early Dec. 10 for Cebu, Philippines as part of the university's International Service Learning Program.
A group of 27 University of Louisville students, faculty and staff left early Dec. 10 for Cebu, Philippines as part of the university's International Service Learning Program.
The University of Louisville's George J. Howe Red Barn, a cornerstone of student activity and fun at the university since 1969, will celebrate its 40th birthday with a party Dec. 11.
Hannelore Rader, the University of Louisville's current longest-serving dean, will retire Dec. 31 after having been at the university for 13 years.