- Faculty to demand greater role in university governance
- Baylor too much for women’s basketball, Cards’ season ends in Sweet 16
- NCAA: Pitino did not adequately monitor Andre McGee
- Community gathers to remember Savannah Walker
- “A Muslim Marine” examines intersecting identities
- Attorney General asks students to fight sexual assault
- Vanessa Carlton talks life after “A Thousand Miles”
- Tempers flare in first budget forum
- Mallory Comerford reflects on her national championship performance
- ‘Beauty and the Beast’ stuns as live-action remake
All posts tagged "Arts & Entertainment"
- PHOTO: Personalized precision medicine on the rocks
By Dustin Massengill– The “Beer with a Scientist” crew invited Roland Vlades Jr., a professor from the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, to uncover the science and practicality of personal metabolic absorption of medicine on March...
- Posted March 25, 2016
- PHOTOS: Public Art Symposium reviews Louisville’s future in art
- Posted March 4, 2016
- ‘The Interview:’ The movie that wasn’t supposed to happen
Nick Amon- This past summer Sony Pictures Entertainment promised the public they would be releasing a new comedy entitled “The Interview”. Co-Directed as well as starring are Hollywood “funny men” Seth Rogen and James Franco. The...
- Posted January 13, 2015
- Cardinal Gaming Weekly with David Cecil
- Posted November 11, 2014
- Military free-for-all: Speed Museum joins Blue Star
By Rae Hodge– The Speed Art Museum is opening its doors much wider for active duty military members and their families, who can expect free admission to the museum until Sept. 2 of this year. The Speed...
- Posted June 11, 2012
- St. James festival puts parking at a premium
By Baylee Pullium– Brittany Harris held a cardboard sign Oct. 1, waving cars into the parking lot Hyland, Block and Hyland Insurance. Harris’ mother, who works at the company, arranges for her daughter to sell each of...
- Posted October 4, 2011
- 4 Women by Women
Women 4 Women, a nonprofit organization in Louisville, follows the belief that a core strength of the community lies in the contributions of women.
- Posted September 14, 2010
- Sigma Phi Epsilon uses philanthropy to support brother diagnosed with cancer
Cameron Eldridge started the 2008 academic year at the University of Louisville like any other. The business student stayed involved in his fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon, and balanced his time between schoolwork and friends.
- Posted April 12, 2010
- The Beat Reviews: ‘Broken Bells’
It was once said that there is nothing new under the sun. In today's music industry, this concept is a continuing problem. Whether it be the young teenage girl pretending her crush is Romeo, the...
- Posted April 12, 2010