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- President Ramsey receives performance review
- New associate vice president for alumni relations appointed
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All posts tagged "kentucky"
Midwest Music Festival: Recap
By Makayla Moore — I got the opportunity to attend the hottest two day R&B event known to man! Were you there? The first ever Midwest Music Festival took place on Friday, June 6th and Saturday, June...
- Posted June 16, 2014
Men’s basketball run ends as it falls to Kentucky in Sweet Sixteen
By Annie Moore The Louisville men’s basketball team saw its season come to an end in the Sweet Sixteen against in-state rival Kentucky, 74-69. The loss marked what head coach Rick Pitino called ‘the end of an...
- Posted March 29, 2014
Game on, one super sweet sixteen matchup of Louisville and Kentucky
By Noah Allison Last year Louisville won the National Championship, the year before that Kentucky took home the crown. Now this next game may not be the National Championship, but for the epicenter of college basketball, this...
- Posted March 25, 2014
Kentucky unemployment sends mixed signals
Kentucky’s most recent unemployment statistics tell a misleading story. Although unemployment in the Bluegrass fell from 8.2 percent in November 2013 to 8.0 percent in December 2013, there lies a tale of two numbers. “Kentucky’s labor market...
- Posted January 24, 2014
True Colors: How the university is forging opportunities for a diverse student body at the Cultural Center
This article is the first part of a three-part series. Read Part Two and Part Three here. By Simon Isham – The fall semester has seen major reorganization in the staff U of L’s Cultural Center, the...
- Posted December 11, 2013
By: Noah Allison Tough Mudder is self-proclaimed as “probably the toughest event on the planet.” The mud-covered obstacle courses don’t call for a determination to win they simply call for a determination to finish. Camaraderie, teamwork and...
- Posted October 16, 2013
Governor’s Cup preview
By Sam Draut The No. 8 University of Louisville football team cruised through the first two weeks of the season with a 49-7 victory over Ohio and a 44-7 win against Eastern Kentucky. The Cardinals now turn...
- Posted September 12, 2013
U of L professor announces bid for U.S. Senate
By Simon Isham— Greg Leichty, a U of L professor in the Communications department, announced on Sunday that he would be making a bid for U.S. Senate. Leichty made the announcement that he would be a candidate...
- Posted June 19, 2013
In the news: What you missed while you were in class
By Simon Isham and Maggie Cunningham– Supreme Court hears same-sex marriage case Edie Windsor married Thea Spyer in Canada after a 40-year romantic partnership. After Spyer’s death in 2009, Windsor was faced with $363,000 in federal estate...
- Posted April 2, 2013
Rumble in the Bluegrass: McConnell vs. Judd
By Sean Southard– Her grandmother described her as a “Hollywood liberal.” She nominated President Obama at the Democratic National Convention. Her name is Ashley Judd and she is considering a Senate run to unseat the Commonwealth’s senior...
- Posted March 20, 2013