Most students at the University of Louisville have little to no knowledge of their professors’ lives beyond the classroom.
While it is widely known that sound waves can’t battle one another, people also don’t burst into a thousand of coins when they’re punched especially hard.
I must admit that I did not know what a hookah lounge was until about two months ago. For first-time visitors at Cafe 360, the experience will prove to be both fascinating and eclectic, much as the case was for me.
The University of Louisville has SOUL. Student Outreach Uniting Louisville, a program through the Office of Civic Engagement, Leadership, and Service, is committed to connecting students with university-sanctioned community service projects. But it’s much more than just community service.
French novelist Alexandre Dumas once wrote, “All for one, one for all, that is our device,” in his famous book, “The Three Musketeers.” For the Photographic Alliance, an up-and-coming Recognized Student Organization, this passage rings all too true.
“Bella trattoria” roughly translated into English is something akin to “beautiful restaurant.” For the Bella Trattoria restaurant in the Westside Dining complex, the name is all but fitting.
In the heart of downtown Louisville, where the green grass has mostly been covered in pavement, people would hardly expect to find a place that sells garden-fresh food.
It was announced on August 17th that Grammy Award-winning band OK Go would be headlining the Discover Louisville Festival, the first annual concert of its kind at the University of Louisville. The festival will be sponsored by the University and various businesses around the Louisville area, including Ear-X-tacy and local radio station 91.9 WFPK.
Around the University of Louisville one can find a McDonald’s, a Wendy’s, a Subway, no less than three pizza restaurants, and both Chinese and Mongolian cuisine, all within walking distance. Bizarrely, until last year, if a student wanted to walk to a Mexican restaurant, the only option would have been Taco Bell.
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