- Ryan McMahon adds crucial element to men’s basketball
- Women’s swimming takes third at ACC Championships
- Next year’s budget faces $48 million hurdle
- Tips on saving flex for the rest of the semester
- Interim president upholds tuition promise, supports external search for permanent president
- Overtime win against Syracuse ties men’s basketball for second in the ACC
- Softball is willing to embrace the challenge in 2017
- Recapping a buzzing weekend in U of L athletics
- No. 12 women’s basketball gets an easy 68-43 victory over Boston College
- Panda Express comes to campus
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- Does Valentine’s Day matter?
By Silvana Hill– I’ve been on this planet for 22 years. In that time, I’ve spent Feb. 14 in a manner of ways. As a child, Valentine’s Day meant candy, store-bought cards collected in a personalized envelope...
- Posted February 9, 2017
- Restaurants to go to based on relationship status
By Briana Williams– Restaurants have been the hub of date nights for as long as most people can remember. Around Valentine’s Day, though, restaurants become especially packed with couples. This is a nice way to be with...
- Posted February 8, 2017
- SGA to consider rebuking outside contributions
By Olivia Krauth– The SGA Senate will consider legislation denouncing outside campaign contributions for SGA candidates during their Jan. 31 meeting. The resolution, co-authored by Landon Lauder, Paul Thompson and Lily Assgari, would “strongly discourage” monetary and...
- Posted January 30, 2017
- SAB hosts ‘A Worldwide Movement’ International Fashion Show
By Briana Williams– From hip hop routines to K-pop dances, the nearly sold-out International Fashion Show used fashion and performances to showcase different cultures from around the world. Held on Jan. 27, the Student Activities Board’s Diversity...
- Posted January 28, 2017
- U of L Theatre Arts hopes to inspire with ‘Baltimore’
By Briana Williams– The U of L Theatre Arts Department will present a commentary about race on university campuses with their play, “Baltimore.” The play, being held for the first time, will run from Feb. 2-6 and...
- Posted January 18, 2017
- Bevin names new U of L trustees
By Kyeland Jackson — Governor Matt Bevin named U of L’s new board of trustees Tuesday, continuing Senate Bill 12’s erasure of the current board. The new board members are: J. David Grissom, of Louisville – term expires...
- Posted January 17, 2017
- Small-town cowboy, Cody Johnson, meets big music scene
By Alex McGrath– Honesty, humility and courage lie within a cowboy’s system of beliefs. For Texas-born Cody Johnson, this way of life intertwines with the world of music. From bull riding in the rodeo to patrolling as...
- Posted January 17, 2017
- Belknap Farmers Market shuts down for 2017
By Briana Williams– After three years, the Belknap Farmer’s Market will close for 2017. U of L administration shut the market, located outside the Ville Grill, down due to low attendance. The Sustainability Council started the Farmer’s...
- Posted January 13, 2017
- Helpful tips on starting the semester off right
By Madeline Hill– As the holidays come to a close, students are grudgingly putting away their holiday cheer and getting back into the habit of going to classes on a regular basis. Getting back into the routine...
- Posted January 10, 2017
- Nation prepares for Inauguration Day
By Allison Mayes– Jan. 20 marks the beginning of a new era for the United States: the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump. What most Americans don’t know is Inauguration Day is a series of events and not...
- Posted January 9, 2017