All posts tagged "News"
Brief: Security increases on Health Sciences campus after armed robberies
U of L and Louisville Metro police have increased security on the Health Sciences Campus after three armed robberies of U of L students and employees in just two weeks. A U of L employee was robbed...
- Posted July 24, 2014
President Ramsey given raise, reviews year
By Olivia Krauth– The U of L Foundation board voted to give President James Ramsey a four percent raise to the portion of his salary that comes from ULF funds. He was also awarded a 25 percent bonus...
- Posted July 18, 2014
Proposed Ky. budget hits hard
If Governor Steve Beshear gets his way U of L will lose $3.5 million next year. His two-year budget cuts higher education by 2.5 percent, a loss of about $23 million for state colleges and universities. The...
- Posted February 6, 2014
In The News: What you missed while you were in class
By Olivia Krauth– ACTOR FOUND DEAD Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his Manhattan apartment on Sunday. He was 46. The cause of death was an apparent drug overdose, and was found by screenwriter David Katz....
- Posted February 2, 2014
Campus Creeper: Person of interest questioned, let go
Lucas Logsdon– I suppose the extreme cold is able to keep everyone indoors, including the campus creeper. As of today, nothing has been reported of the “suspicious man” driving a white 1990 Volvo. University Police did question...
- Posted January 29, 2014
“Suspicious person” spotted on campus
Lucas Logsdon– If you have seen a white, 1990’s Volvo station wagon around campus, keep your distance. The driver of this vehicle has been trying to lure unsuspecting women into his car simply by asking for directions. ...
- Posted January 27, 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
Students engage in MLK Day of Service
- Posted January 22, 2014
New resident parking lot opens
By Kylie Noltemeyer– Finding a good parking spot on campus can sometimes seem like one of the most challenging parts of the day. Going up and down the aisles can become almost hair pulling experience that could...
- Posted January 10, 2014
Miller Mold: gone for good?
By Olivia Krauth– More than 100 students returned to a cleaner, safer dorm as 56 rooms in Miller Hall received new, mold-free wardrobes over winter break. The project is one of the last steps in ridding Miller...
- Posted January 10, 2014