- New residence hall coming to campus
- Hebert out as U of L spokesperson
- U of L Foundation: We’re mad at the wrong people
- Walz and Moore return to US with second gold medal
- Microsoft issue impacts student Cardmail accounts
- While we were gone: the summer of sports
- Brief: AT&T outage affecting campus communication
- Are summer classes worth the hassle?
- Glass Animals sell out 600+ show at Headliner’s
- Letter to the Editor: Response to J.D. Nichols letter on Ramsey’s compensation
All posts tagged "U of L"
U of L men speak up about sexual violence
Out of 40 students, all are male, except three. Polyester camouflage serves as a backdrop for one side of the room. In the center, rests an easel with a square drawn on a whiteboard. The knees of...
- Posted August 27, 2015
Administration worries more about expansion than student needs
By Ryan Hiles Construction is a word we don’t often think about on any kind of deep level. It’s used ubiquitously as a blanket term for any project in which we see jackhammers, orange cones and traffic....
- Posted August 26, 2015
SGA Update: Senate talks SAC, L Trail
The SGA Student Senate convened at U of L’s dental school for one of its final meetings of the school year on Tuesday. The biggest topic was the proposed SAC renovations, which at this point are still...
- Posted March 24, 2015
Vice president for HR fired
Sam Connally, U of L’s vice president for Human Resources, has been fired from the university, according to spokesman Mark Hebert. Hebert said that the separation occurred in accordance with Article 2.3 of the Redbook, the governing...
- Posted December 4, 2014
Polk receives conditional discharge
Jefferson County District Court Judge David Holton granted former U of L student and football player Cameron Polk the opportunity to avoid jail time on Nov. 14. On Oct. 7, the Fishers, Ind. freshman received a citation...
- Posted December 2, 2014
‘Robust commitment’ a total bust, says A&S faculty
The A&S Diversity Council met Monday Nov. 17 to discuss the minority faculty retention rate at U of L. A report about diversity at the university discussed a “robust commitment” to increasing the retention rate of minority faculty...
- Posted November 17, 2014
U of L cheerleader found dead this summer was in football player’s apartment
According to a police report, Dani Cogswell, the U of L cheerleader who died in Cardinal Towne this summer, was found in former football player Cameron Polk’s apartment. Cogswell, who died of a drug overdose, was found...
- Posted November 11, 2014
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