All posts tagged "U of L"
No longer silent: survivors of sexual abuse share their stories
Pinwheels for Peace kicked off U of L’s Week Without Violence, which hosted events geared toward raising awareness about sexual and domestic violence, encouraging positive actions to end violence. By making the statistics into people, rather than faceless numbers, the...
- Posted September 28, 2014
Heroin injects itself in the veins of U of L
–Nick Amon The drug overdose death of cheerleader Danielle Cogswell inside Cardinal Towne shocked the university community on July 24. Jefferson County Coroner Dr. Barbara Weakley-Jones concluded the 22-year-old had heroin, Xanax and amphetamines in her...
- Posted September 22, 2014
UofL’s Conn Center Prepares to Expand, Excel
By Tavi Wallace: The University of Louisville’s Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research is planning a five year, $20 million expansion for its facilities and staff in the near future, putting it on the forefront of energy source...
- Posted September 4, 2014
Sodexo plans new restaurant, extended hours
U of L students will have a new food option this semester: Sandella’s Flatbread Cafe will be taking over the area currently occupied by Simply to Go in the Duthie Center for Engineering. Sandella’s will serve quesadillas, wraps, flatbreads...
- Posted August 6, 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
How to make study abroad dreams a reality
By Sammie Hill– Many students come to college with dreams of studying abroad. Incoming freshmen with these hopes can rejoice, for U of L offers numerous opportunities for students to travel abroad. Louisville provides options for semesters...
- Posted May 21, 2014
Brief: Ky. Senate passes budget
By Kaylee Ratliff– The Kentucky Senate passed their version of the biennial budget on March 24. The Senate version restores some of the funds previously cut to higher education. “Testimony on the floor indicated that the Senate...
- Posted March 28, 2014
The War on Higher Education: Budget cuts increase cost of college
By Stewart Lewis– “I am determined to reinvest in education with this upcoming budget,” the Democratic governor said while meeting with reporters in his Capitol office. “So if I have to cut some other areas to do...
- Posted February 25, 2014
Letter of thanks to U of L students
UofL Students: The start of the fall semester began with not only our largest freshman class to date, but also with our largest S.O.U.L., or Student Outreach Uniting Louisville, event in history. I have witnessed that...
- Posted November 19, 2013
Letter to the Editor: Response to “21st century initiative”
By Amy Lueck– I recently read an article of the above title, and felt the need to respond to clarify for students and interested others some of what the 21st Century Initiative is and is doing,...
- Posted November 19, 2013