All posts tagged "2017"

  • Brief: Campus climate survey results published

    By Joseph Lyell — The results from the campus climate survey issued to staff and faculty last fall have been published. Alongside the 2017 results, the results from 2014’s survey were also published for the first time....

    • Posted January 19, 2018
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    University reinstates hiring freeze in light of projected enrollment drop

    By Shelby Brown– Initially hoping for a 400-student increase from 2016-17, U of L administration now expects 200 less students for 2017-18. This projection, in addition to state attrition, creates a $6 million revenue deficit, according to Interim Provost Dale...

    • Posted June 7, 2017
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  • U of L Foundation approves its first line-item budget

    By Kyeland Jackson — The University of Louisville Foundation approved its first line-item budget Tuesday, a common financial practice unseen in former president James Ramsey’s tenure. The line-item budget, a move towards transparency, details what assets and liabilities...

    • Posted April 25, 2017
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    “Get Out” thrills, rejuvenates horror genre

    By Kyeland Jackson — In Jordan Peele’s directorial debut, “Get Out” ably thrills, keeping audiences in suspense without cheap jump-scares. The movie brings an imaginative plot, superb acting, creepy score and fantastic cinematography coupled with effective lighting...

    • Posted February 24, 2017
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    Six New Year’s resolutions U of L needs for 2017

    By Briana Williams– Though often short-lived, the idea behind New Year’s resolutions is positive. After the rough year U of L has had, the university, as a whole, could use a few goals for 2017. 1. Find...

    • Posted January 1, 2017
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  • Meet the incoming staff of The Louisville Cardinal

    Kyeland Jackson, Editor-in-Chief @kyelandj Major: Masters in communication Why should someone work for TLC? It’s the best way to learn journalism while staying involved with your campus.   Brooke Moody, Assistant Editor-in-Chief @brookeashmoody Majors: Communication and political science Summer...

    • Posted April 17, 2016
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