All posts tagged "diversity"

  • Academic background desired in next U of L president

    By Shelby Brown — The third listening tour drew more than 80 people to discuss qualities they’d like to see in U of L’s next president. At the Jan. 18 session, speakers said candidates must have an academic...

    • Posted January 18, 2018
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  • Women 4 Women furthers equality

    By Madison Swingholm — On Nov. 4, Women 4 Women held their first general body meeting of November to discuss the roles gendered toys and health or beauty products. The group discussed gendering of products and how...

    • Posted November 7, 2017
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  • The Cardinal endorses Vishnu Tirumala for SGA President

    By Staff — U of L’s Student Government Administration has an unprecedented number of nominees running in the 2017 elections. SGA Chief of Staff Jacob Abrahamson attributes the uptick to eased access for applications, state and national politics,...

    • Posted February 26, 2017
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  • Updated: U of L states support for students, faculty and staff affected by travel ban

    By Shelby Brown– Interim Provost Dale Billingsley sent out an email Jan. 31 addressing students who may be concerned about President Donald Trump’s travel ban. “Our international students and employees, including those from the countries targeted in this...

    • Posted January 31, 2017
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  • SGA President Aaron Vance
    SGA incumbents urge students to run for office

    By Shelby Brown–       Student Government Association election applications are open until Feb. 6 – and incumbents want you to consider running. SGA represents the students’ voice to the administration. Executive, legislative and judicial officers, along with the...

    • Posted January 30, 2017
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  • SAB preps for annual International Fashion Show

    By Peyton Schmidt– The Student Activities Board will host the annual International Fashion Show on Jan. 27. The fashion show is a feature event organized by SAB’s diversity committee. The diversity committee provides various programs and events for the student...

    • Posted January 19, 2017
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    Confederate statue moving to Brandenburg

    By Kyeland Jackson — Construction crews began dismantling U of L’s controversial Confederate statue Saturday. The statue has a new home: Brandenburg, Kentucky. Mayor Greg Fischer’s office announced the move in a news release Nov.15, stating the...

    • Posted November 15, 2016
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  • U of L Uncensored speaks out against stigmas

    By Briana Williams– Students voiced concerns for campus issues in the U of L Uncensored event on Oct. 6. Held by the Cultural Center and the SAB diversity committee, students discussed topics like gender, race and ethnicity, LGBT acceptance...

    • Posted October 7, 2016
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  • Latinos’ status in Louisville discussed in forum

    By Kyeland Jackson — More than 100 city leaders, students and citizens gathered to learn about the status and future of Latinos in Louisville March 5. Despite October’s Sombrerogate and the diversity talks that followed, President James...

    • Posted March 6, 2016
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  • Students teach professors at diversity panel

    By Andrew Hebert– On Feb. 10, students and faculty gathered in the Bingham Humanities Building for a discussion panel that featured students speaking about their lives and experiences. “What I Wish My Instructors Knew: A Panel of...

    • Posted February 11, 2016
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