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- SGA candidates debate, push platforms’ message
- Faculty to consider resisting university budget cuts
- Ryan McMahon adds crucial element to men’s basketball
- Women’s swimming takes third at ACC Championships
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- Overtime win against Syracuse ties men’s basketball for second in the ACC
All posts tagged "kentucky"
- Faculty senate urges change in power-granting bill
By Kyeland Jackson — U of L’s faculty is suggesting changes to a bill granting Gov. Matt Bevin sweeping powers to replace academic boards. Senate Bill 107 affects public institutions in Kentucky by granting Bevin power to replace...
- Posted January 29, 2017
- Behind closed doors: transgender bill endangers students
By Jahnai Brown — Behind closed stalls, for lack of better words, we find ourselves in a very personal and intimate situation. Restroom stalls hide us away from the view of others, allowing us a place to...
- Posted January 23, 2017
- Bevin’s unilateral action sets a dangerous precedent
By Benjamin Hacht — Pointing fingers is a trademark for the politically ambitious, but who is really at fault for the University of Louisville’s probationary state and continued controversy? Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear blames Gov. Matt...
- Posted January 23, 2017
- Greg Postel named U of L interim president
By Kyeland Jackson — Greg Postel, employed for 22 years at U of L, will be its new interim president effective Jan. 30. Postel was named on Jan. 21 by Governor Matt Bevin’s new board of trustees,...
- Posted January 21, 2017
- Famed activist ignites sell-out crowd
By Shelby Brown — Professor and political activist Angela Davis gave the 10th annual Anne Braden Memorial Lecture Thursday night, talking about racism, sexism, history and politics. People lined up at Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium hours before the...
- Posted November 16, 2016
- 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
- Kyle Hornback thrown back into Powell suit
By Kyeland Jackson — Kyle Hornback’s suit against Katina Powell was dismissed in May, but a counter-suit seeks to get money from the Miss Kentucky victor. The lawsuit filed by company attorneys of “Breaking Cardinal Rules” alleges Hornback and other plaintiffs...
- Posted June 15, 2016
- Grimes and Yarmuth lead voter registration drive at U of L
By Phillip Lentsch– Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan-Grimes and Rep. John Yarmuth led a student voter registration drive on March 31 in Ekstrom Library. Grimes and Yarmuth touched on how GoVoteKY.com — a new online voter registration...
- Posted March 31, 2016
- A confusing Republican caucus a hassle
By Christopher Acree– There have been plenty of adjectives to describe the current national presidential primaries – hardly any of them are good and most feature curse words. “I feel like this election is very dog-eat-dog,” junior...
- Posted March 9, 2016
- U of L grant aims to better coordinate elder care
By Hannah Esrock– The U of L Institute for Sustainable Health & Optimal Aging has received a $2.55 million grant that will benefit greater Louisville’s aging population. The Institute set a number of goals for this new...
- Posted February 8, 2016