By Ben Nance– On the morning of Friday, Sept. 23, students participated in a grocery
By Elijah McKenzie– Established in 1981 by the United Nations General Assembly, the International Day
By Ellie Nolan– Last column, I talked about the bountiful benefits in self-understanding, relationship and
By Patrick McGrane– For many years now, the University of Louisville has striven to be
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Pick up a piece of fruit on your way from The Ville Grille. Check nutrition
Emoticons and text jargon – they’re not entirely uncommon among college students. Slipped into casual conversation, emails and – sometimes – term papers, the language of texting has become a part of everyday life for most young adults.
Three University of Louisville engineering students recently unveiled their new video game, “Pandemic,” which aims to educate people about HIV and AIDS.
The Cultural Center has recently added a new splash of greenery to the University of Louisville Belknap Campus. A groundbreaking movement is taking place at U of L, literally.
As living a healthy lifestyle becomes a more prominent issue among college-aged individuals, the procurement of healthy foods has come to the forefront in a big way.