Get ready because its time for PINK 2014, UofL’s annual drag and variety show.
Big Robot is ready to break the barriers of sound and space at a guest artist appearance at the University of Louisville.
The University of Louisville community will gather to honor women from all over the world for International Women’s Day from 5:30-8 p.m. March 20.
University of Louisville student Patrick McClure has earned a three-year scholarship to study at the University of Cambridge, England.
The University of Louisville’s new Student Recreation Center and Nucleus’ new building won first place awards in the Business First Commercial Real Estate Awards.
Two University of Louisville theatre department faculty members who plan to retire later this year will portray Civil War spies in their final performance on campus.
UofL faculty and staff looking to save on their daily commute will soon have a new option – Ticket to Ride.
The University of Louisville has agreed to let the Louisville Metro Police Department use recently purchased property on Floyd St. for training. The LMPD Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team is scheduled to train at the silos property March 10 beginning at 9 a.m.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Eugene Robinson will receive the University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law’s 2014 Brandeis Medal on April 9. The prize is the school’s highest honor and goes to advocates for social justice.
Swiss chemist Michael Graetzel, the winner of the University of Louisville’s first $50,000 Leigh Ann Conn Prize for Renewable Energy, will give a free public lecture at 2:30 p.m., Monday, March 17, at the Rauch Planetarium on the Belknap Campus.
How can math help scientists understand how wolves and coyotes protect their territories – and even how urban gangs defend their turf? A March 20 speaker at the University of Louisville will explain how the studies of math and biology intersect in the formation of spatial patterns.
The University of Louisville is one of only two civilian universities in the country selected to offer an intensive seminar this year designed to broaden the strategic thinking and leadership ability of mid-career Army officers.
The University of Louisville’s Army ROTC program has received one of eight national 2012-13 MacArthur Awards.
The Swain Student Activities Center hosted an 18-hour dance party this past weekend to raise money for pediatric cancer.
Thirteen-year-old Xzavier Stetser usually spends his Saturday mornings relaxing or hanging out with his family.
U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire will speak at the University of Louisville March 17 as a guest of the university’s McConnell Center.
Even the polar vortex can’t discourage fans of the Schimmel sisters.
University of Louisville PhD candidate Amy Lueck has been named a recipient of the K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award, an award given to eight PhD candidates across the country.
The University of Louisville’s Hite Art Institute is the new home for “The International Honor Quilt,” an assemblage of more than 600 quilted triangles honoring women, thanks to a gift from the nonprofit art organization Through the Flower, founded by noted artist Judy Chicago.
Staying warm this winter has been quite the challenge. With temperatures in the single digits it’s hard to get the motivation to get out of bed which makes that morning cup of coffee all the more crucial. But purchasing a daily cup of coffee can get pretty expensive for both you and the planet.