- Cards claw out 3-2 victory over top ranked UNC, field hockey improves to 6-1
- Lederhosen Invade Churchill Downs
- Football highlights, James Quick v. FIU
- Football highlights, 34-3 victory over FIU
- Football Highlights, Gerod Holliman’s pic-six
- Football highlights, James Quick’s 74-yard touchdown
- Kempf-Leonard looks to ‘blast internal silos’ in A&S state of the college address
- Louisville defeats FIU 34-3
- Women’s soccer opens ACC play with 1-0 win over Syracuse
- No sweat? Campus activists seek to ensure international worker’s rights
All posts tagged "Ekstrom Library"
Corn Island Storytelling Festival
By: Natalie Moser The Corn Island Storytelling Festival returned from last year’s successful turnout on U of L’s campus. This autumn event was centered in the quad, right outside Ekstrom Library and Bingham Humanities building. At 5:00...
- Posted October 15, 2013
Actor and filmmaker Jesus Nobot talks voting trends
By James El-Mallakh– Jesus Nebot, an actor and filmmaker, spoke at the University of Louisville’s Chao auditorium on Monday about voting trends in young people. “For a lot of international students and for a lot of people...
- Posted November 9, 2012
Shavua Tov! Jewish Cultural Diversity Week: ‘Steel Toes’ screened at U of L
By Simon Isham– Rage and intolerance collided with compassion at a free screening of the award-winning film “Steel Toes” on Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. at Chao Auditorium in the basement of Ekstrom library. The film screening...
- Posted November 8, 2012
Bed Bugs invade Ekstrom Library
By Tyler Mercer– Early this morning the Vice President for Business Affairs reported “Bed bugs are reddish-brown, wingless insects that are found nationwide. They do not transmit disease but do bite to feed off the blood of...
- Posted October 3, 2012
Edgar Rice Burroughs Collection: the hidden jungle of Ekstrom
By Esther Lee– Deep in the heart of the University of Louisville Ekstrom Library lies a hidden treasure: the world’s largest institutional collection of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ writings and memorabilia of his most well-known literary creation, Tarzan....
- Posted September 25, 2012
News briefs 4.17.12
Ekstrom will open on dates before finals The east wing of the Ekstrom Library will stay open until 2 a.m. on the following day: Wednesday, April 18; Thursday, April 19; Sunday, April 22; Monday, April 23; Thursday,...
- Posted April 17, 2012
1937, The Great Flood remembered
By Josephine Lee– In mid-January, 75 years ago, record rainfall drenched the city of Louisville and caused the Ohio River to rise to levels never reached before. This disaster, known as the “Great Flood of 1937,” not...
- Posted February 21, 2012
The prostitution debate
By Erin Wade– If you were strolling about the lower level of Ekstrom Library last Thursday evening chances are you would have heard a rousing conversation coming from Chao Auditorium. Cards 4 Freedom, a student organization against...
- Posted January 17, 2012
Dia de los muertos comes to Ekstrom library
By Nathan Douglas– On Nov. 2, many people in Latin America and Spain celebrated El Día de los Muertos, Spanish for “The Day of the Dead.” It is a holiday that coincides with the Catholic holidays All...
- Posted November 14, 2011
Loud students invade Ekstrom
By Anna Meany– God bless those who are productive at the library. If you can concentrate despite the giggling, pencil tapping and unnecessary abuse of laptop keys, you deserve a medal. It’s post-midterm time and I think...
- Posted October 18, 2011