All posts by Andrew Hebert

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  • Governor Matt Bevin
    Board of trustees saga continues in court

    By Andrew Hebert– Last week, Franklin Circuit Court held a hearing to determine if Governor Matt Bevin overreached when he removed the University of Louisville Board of Trustees in June. The court considered if Bevin’s actions jeopardized the university’s accreditation...

    • Posted September 20, 2016
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  • Construction transforms U of L’s campus

    By Andrew Hebert– The University of Louisville held a groundbreaking event for the Student Activities Center renovations on Aug. 31. The construction will take nearly two years and cost more than $40 million, but is just one...

    • Posted September 7, 2016
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    Board of Trustees drama continues to unfold

    By Andrew Hebert– Last week, another legal action involving U of L’s Board of Trustees took place when Governor Matt Bevin filed an appeal on Circuit Court Judge Philip Shepherd’s injunction on Bevin’s appointed board. This legal jargon is...

    • Posted August 29, 2016
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  • The Louisville Cardinal News
    Disenfranchisement in Kentucky discussed in lecture series

    By Andrew Hebert– Cherie Dawson-Edwards enlightened the Chao Auditorium on the history and controversies behind disenfranchisement in the state of Kentucky and the US. Her talk, titled “Disrupting Democracy: Felony Disenfranchisement in the ‘Smart on Crime’ Era,”...

    • Posted March 3, 2016
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  • Ambassador Dennis Ross arouses protests on campus

    By Andrew Hebert– The World Affairs Council hosted Ambassador Dennis Ross Feb. 25 to discuss his experiences dealing with the Middle East and his ideas in his new book, “Doomed To Succeed.” While the talk attracted a large group...

    • Posted February 28, 2016
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  • Malcolm X debate team tackles book-in-common

    By Andrew Hebert– The annual book-in-common debate, held by the University of Louisville’s debate team, took place on Feb. 17 in the Chao Auditorium. This year’s book was “This I Believe,” a compilation of short essays from various...

    • Posted February 19, 2016
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  • Brandeis School of Law adjusts to new compassion policy

    By Andrew Hebert & Phillip Lentsch– Despite public disagreement amongst professors, U of L’s Brandeis School of Law voted to “champion the cause of compassion” on Jan. 19. The school is now the fifth law school in...

    • Posted February 13, 2016
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  • Students teach professors at diversity panel

    By Andrew Hebert– On Feb. 10, students and faculty gathered in the Bingham Humanities Building for a discussion panel that featured students speaking about their lives and experiences. “What I Wish My Instructors Knew: A Panel of...

    • Posted February 11, 2016
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  • U of L’s Delta Zeta shatters stereotypes

    By Andrew Hebert– U of L’s Delta Zeta sorority has been making national headlines. On Jan. 27, the group created a social media campaign meant to shatter common stereotypes regarding Greek life. The series of pictures – which...

    • Posted February 7, 2016
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  • Kentucky state senator proposes tuition freeze bill

    By Andrew Hebert– As temperatures across the Bluegrass plummet toward zero, a different type of freeze is being discussed in Frankfort. Representative Dan Seum from Louisville is attempting to help the financial strain of college in Kentucky...

    • Posted January 22, 2016
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