- Acting law dean chosen to replace Duncan
- Women’s golf headed to NCAA Regionals for fourth straight year
- Men’s tennis takes down Notre Dame for ACC tournament win
- Crawford named next law school dean
- John Schnatter resigns from athletics board
- Louisville eats: The best restaurants in the city
- Women’s tennis advances in ACC Championships
- U of L considers separating from its medical center
- Men’s tennis heads to the ACC Championships
- U of L Foundation approves its first line-item budget
All posts tagged "2014"
- Summer Programs Offered In Louisville
By Makayla Moore — Hey parents, have you signed your child up for an enriched summer program? If you’re still looking for a program that will keep your child active, here are two great options for you...
- Posted June 16, 2014
- Grawemeyer Award winners visit campus
By Nick Miller– Four months after the winners were announced, four of the Grawemeyer Award winners spoke on campus this past week, each discussing their winning topics. The Grawemeyer Awards are given in five fields: psychology, improving...
- Posted April 21, 2014
- SGA elections to be uncontested
By Simon Isham– For the first time in the U of L Student Government Association’s history, the winners have been decided before the voting has even started. Only one candidate campaigned for each of the 14 available...
- Posted January 28, 2014
- U of L swimmers dive in at SMU Classic
Video by Thomas Dahlia
- Posted January 23, 2014
- Louisville baseball revamps for 2014 season
By Lilly Trunnell The University of Louisville is abuzz with stories of the championship football and basketball teams. But there is another sports team on campus that does not get nearly the same recognition for its...
- Posted November 19, 2013
- U of L professor announces bid for U.S. Senate
By Simon Isham— Greg Leichty, a U of L professor in the Communications department, announced on Sunday that he would be making a bid for U.S. Senate. Leichty made the announcement that he would be a candidate...
- Posted June 19, 2013