All posts tagged "renovations"

  • SGA, forum, jonathan fuller,
    Renovations the main concern at SGA open forum

    By Bailey Campagna — The Student Government Association held an open forum Oct. 2 to increase transparency and give students the opportunity to voice concerns for campus renovations and improvements. SGA’s Top Four were asked about improvements to...

    • Posted October 3, 2017
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  • Fall dining options all but official

    By Kyeland Jackson — U of L’s dining options could be transformed this fall. While they have been listed online, university spokesperson John Drees said they are not yet official. Announced as part of the SAC renovations, the new...

    • Posted June 8, 2016
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  • Ekstrom Library adds a new teaching center

    By Ronica Hutchison– Since spring break, furniture has been moved and shelves have been dismantled in Ekstrom Library to make way for new, comfortable study spaces. Workers in Ekstrom Library have been clearing some of the third...

    • Posted March 24, 2016
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  • The Louisville Cardinal News
    U of L Board of Trustees approves SAC renovations proposal

    By Olivia Krauth– The SAC renovations cleared a final hurdle today, as the U of L Board of Trustees approved the $40 million proposal to expand and renovate the SAC. Key players in the renovation plans—SGA President...

    • Posted October 8, 2015
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  • opinion
    Editorial: Student money should go to student space

    By The Cardinal Staff: The university and SGA are once again in a conflict over the proposed renovation of the East Wing of the Student Activities Center. The plan, which was included in the 2011 Student Recreation...

    • Posted March 10, 2015
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  • SGA challenges University over SAC renovations

    By Jacob Abrahamson– This story continues on a story from October by Simon Isham. You can view it here. In a debate that has continued since October 2013, SGA continues to be at odds with U of...

    • Posted March 24, 2014
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  • 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
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  • Editorial: Potential southern expansion is all pro and no con

    The University of Louisville announced the possibility of a new building project last week that would mean more academic and/or research space on campus. While it seems orange barricades and yellow tape are a constant obstacle for...

    • Posted April 10, 2012
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  • Rising from the rubble? Board leases land to U of L foundation

    By James El-Mallakh– An old coal powered factory that was once used to build trailers for semi trucks is now an open lot full of piles of bricks and rusted heaps of scrap metal. Within the next...

    • Posted April 10, 2012
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  • Changing Speed: Renovations could close museum for up to three years

    By Ryan Considine– The Speed Art Museum will be closing this October for the start of a $50 million renovation plan. The renovations could close the museum’s doors for up to three years. Emily Gunn, a sophomore...

    • Posted January 24, 2012
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