- New residence hall coming to campus
- Hebert out as U of L spokesperson
- U of L Foundation: We’re mad at the wrong people
- Walz and Moore return to US with second gold medal
- Microsoft issue impacts student Cardmail accounts
- While we were gone: the summer of sports
- Brief: AT&T outage affecting campus communication
- Are summer classes worth the hassle?
- Glass Animals sell out 600+ show at Headliner’s
- Letter to the Editor: Response to J.D. Nichols letter on Ramsey’s compensation
All posts by Jacob Abrahamson
SGA gets rolling: 5 takeaways from the first Senate meeting
Students are one week into school, and the business of the Student Government Association is already well underway. The SGA held their annual retreat and the first Student Senate meeting of the year at U of L’s...
- Posted August 29, 2015
Hebert out as U of L spokesperson
Mark Hebert has stepped aside as U of L spokesperson in order to take a position as director of programming and production in the Office of Communications and Marketing. Hebert has been with U of L since...
- Posted August 28, 2015
Construction delays make Ekstrom renovations overdue
As students return to campus, dust and noise will still be in the air at Ekstrom Library, which is currently undergoing first floor renovations. The renovations, which are the first changes to the first floor since 1981,...
- Posted August 19, 2015
Brief: University to end Jansport contract
After weeks of organized action by student group Cards United Against Sweatshops, the University has decided not to renew its licencing agreement with clothing manufacturer Jansport, according to an email posted on CUAS’s Facebook page. The license...
- Posted May 7, 2015
Brief: Auditor considers investigating U of L Foundation
Deferred compensation packages for top U of L officials has led State Auditor Adam Edelen to consider an investigation into the U of L Foundation, a nonprofit which manages more than $1 billion. The discussions remain preliminary,...
- Posted April 28, 2015
Renovations bring new life to Ekstrom
Students walking into Ekstrom Library when fall classes begin may not recognize their surroundings. The first floor of the library, which opened in 1981, is set to undergo major renovations over the summer break. Most of the...
- Posted April 21, 2015
Brief: Body found at The Bellamy confirmed as suicide
By: Jacob Abrahamson & Olivia Krauth– UPDATE 6:40 p.m.: According to an LMPD spokesperson, the death has been ruled as self-inflicted. Louisville Metro Police are investigating the discovery of a body at The Bellamy apartment complex yesterday. LMPD...
- Posted April 3, 2015
President brings economic message to Louisville
President of the United States Barack Obama visited Louisville tech company Indatus on Tuesday to speak on tech jobs and the economy. His initial schedule was delayed by three hours due to news of progress on nuclear...
- Posted April 2, 2015
Pinto looks ahead to new role
Speed School Dean Neville Pinto is set to take over for Provost Shirley Willihnganz when she steps down over the summer, and he is already considering what his new role will look like. Pinto, as Speed School...
- Posted March 30, 2015
L-Trail moves forward with new funding
By Adeline Wilson and Jacob Abrahamson: SGA plans for a well-lit, patrolled walking path are coming to fruition after months of planning. According to Mitchell Payne, the senior associate vice president for business affairs, construction on the...
- Posted March 27, 2015