All posts tagged "News"

  • U of L collaborates on cardioprotective research

    Heart attacks – most people know someone who has had one. It may have been a parent, a cousin or a teacher.


    • Posted February 14, 2011
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  • Long road to democracy in Egypt

    "There are very few moments in our lives when we have the privilege to see history taking place," said United States president Barack Obama in a televised address on Feb. 11. "This is one of those moments."

    • Posted February 14, 2011
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  • American Myths

    Kentucky Republican Senator Mitch McConnell has an interesting way of describing Joe Biden.


    • Posted February 14, 2011
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  • Law students gain courtroom experience

    At the corner of Seventh and Jefferson Streets, family court is in session. The defense attorney is young. In fact, he hasn't even graduated from law school yet.


    • Posted February 7, 2011
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  • Law students gain courtroom experience

    At the corner of Seventh and Jefferson Streets, family court is in session. The defense attorney is young. In fact, he hasn't even graduated from law school yet.


    • Posted February 7, 2011
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  • Former U of L football players charged with assault

    According to police reports, on Oct. 24, 2010 two former University of Louisville football players entered into an argument with a third player about performance in practice. The argument quickly escalated to a violent assault, police said.

    • Posted February 7, 2011
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  • Valentine’s day: it’s what you crave

    What makes a Valentine's Day special? Better yet, what makes one memorable? Is it the taste of those delicious milk chocolates and caramels received from that special someone? Is it the sweet smell of hand-cut roses?


    • Posted February 7, 2011
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  • U of L Area Health Education Centers make big impact

    The Kentucky Area Health Education Centers program is a partnership between the University of Louisville Health Sciences Center and the University of Kentucky Medical Center. The program works to create and develop clinical education throughout Kentucky communities...

    • Posted February 7, 2011
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  • Out of Egypt: U of L Professor Escapes Protest turmoil in cairo

    Through the dirty little window of an escort vehicle, Dr. Steven Myers saw the devastation – incinerated buildings, rioters, roadblocks. Traffic on the way to the airport in Cairo was gridlocked, blocked by cars, people and sand-colored...

    • Posted February 7, 2011
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  • Eastern Parkway construction detours foot traffic

    Because the University of Louisville is always renovating and upgrading facilities, students have been forced to adapt to living with construction. Students have adapted to find new routes around the construction to reach their destinations.


    • Posted January 31, 2011
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