- If I had a nickel…
- SGA Update: Senate talks through proposed meal plan increases
- The Evolution of Trez
- Burning up: Miller students get a rude awakening with fire scare
- East End Crawls as Construction Comes Up
- Tennis’ lone senior to lead underclassmen into ACC
- Get on board: Louisville tennis ready to raise the bar, take on ACC
- From Miss Volleyball to Miss Kentucky: Q & A with Katie George
- Freshman phenom Mariya Moore blazes the court
- #SOTU 2015: What you need to know
All posts by Eiman Zuberi
Brief: ‘Freedom Days’
On Wednesday, November 19, UofL’s theater arts department is holding an opening-night production of “Freedom Days.” Open to all students and the community, the production is a collection of four short plays about the Civil Rights movement, slavery...
- Posted November 19, 2014
Pencil’s of Promise Adam Braun inspires students to find purpose
If you could have anything in the world, right now, what would it be? For most of us, this question would lead to a variety of answers, ranging from materialistic things to accomplishments. But when Adam Braun...
- Posted November 16, 2014
UofL students celebrate Dia de Los Muertos
As Halloween quickly approaches, students at the University of Louisville are doing their best to prepare for the spooky night. To get students in the spirit of the season in a more culturally diverse way, the Student Activities...
- Posted October 25, 2014
Home Sweet Homecoming
Homecoming Week is a highly celebrated tradition to not only students, but faculty and alumni as well. This year, it ran October 13-18, culminating with the football game against the North Carolina State. The Students Activities Board held...
- Posted October 20, 2014
Overtime Bar & Grill comes to U of L
Sports fans, there’s a new hotspot near campus specifically dedicated to you. On Sept. 11, Overtime Sports Bar And Grill opened across from the baseball stadium. Five minutes away from U of L, the restaurant offers a...
- Posted October 6, 2014
UofL Fraternity Gets Involved with Tutoring
For three years, Pi Kappa Alpha’s Kappa Zeta chapter at the University of Louisville has been tutoring for service hours at a local elementary school. Cochran Elementary school, a Jefferson County Public School, has recently seen a...
- Posted September 26, 2014
Louisville Improvisors “The Foster Kids” come to Local Speed
Have you ever wanted to discover something about yourself? A secret talent of some sort? Do you like to make people laugh? Are you a quick thinker? If so, improvisation acting is the thing for you! Just...
- Posted March 16, 2014
U of L fraternity helps support the troops
The University of Louisville has been home to many wonderful events, services and different types of charity work. Many students on campus like to get involved in any way they can. One of the latest is Alpha...
- Posted February 25, 2014
U of L may be the first Ky. college committed to the RFC
By Eiman Zuberi– The University of Louisville may be the first Kentucky college to commit to the Real Food Challenge, and the RFC team is looking for U of L students to make it happen. The Real...
- Posted January 21, 2014