- Faculty to demand greater role in university governance
- Baylor too much for women’s basketball, Cards’ season ends in Sweet 16
- NCAA: Pitino did not adequately monitor Andre McGee
- Community gathers to remember Savannah Walker
- “A Muslim Marine” examines intersecting identities
- Attorney General asks students to fight sexual assault
- Vanessa Carlton talks life after “A Thousand Miles”
- Tempers flare in first budget forum
- Mallory Comerford reflects on her national championship performance
- ‘Beauty and the Beast’ stuns as live-action remake
All posts tagged "University of Louisville"
- Tempers flare in first budget forum
By Kyeland Jackson — Interim President Greg Postel faced hard questions in a packed March 21 budget forum. In the first of two forums, students, faculty and staff filled the Floyd Theater to discuss spending changes. Tempers...
- Posted March 22, 2017
- Friends, professors remember student slain in Faulkner gallery shooting
By Kyeland Jackson — A U of L student died Saturday; the only fatality after an unknown suspect shot and injured five that night. LMPD say the suspect shot into a crowded Tim Faulkner Gallery crowd which gathered...
- Posted March 19, 2017
- Trump redefines “fake” news
By Nick Amon — A new age is upon us. An age where media outlets and news organizations alike have become a target of not only our wet-eared Oval Office, but generally anyone who feels information that’s...
- Posted March 5, 2017
- U of L suspends hiring freeze, pushes enrollment increase
By Kyeland Jackson — Acting Provost Dale Billingsley said a hiring freeze, implemented after a $48 million budget deficit shook the university two weeks ago, was temporarily lifted. He also proposed growing the student population to 30,000 students,...
- Posted March 3, 2017
- Study: KY ranks fifth in student default rates
By Kyeland Jackson — Many of the Commonwealth’s students cannot pay their loans, ranking Kentucky fifth in national student default rates. A new report by LendEDU details the findings, dividing student debt averages and percentages by states, districts...
- Posted March 2, 2017
- Amid budget cuts, faculty urge transparency
By Kyeland Jackson — Faculty senate members urged transparency in their first meeting since Interim President Greg Postel revealed a $48 million budget shortfall. “I think we need to hold firm with the interim president that, throughout...
- Posted March 1, 2017
- Foundation bars employee agreements until forensic audit completes
By Kyeland Jackson — The U of L Foundation approved a resolution barring employment, settlement or termination agreements with current or future workers on Feb. 28. U of L Board of Trustees Chair David Grissom suggested the resolution,...
- Posted February 28, 2017
- SGA election ballots clog under new system
By Kyeland Jackson — Election ballots for students, voting for an unprecedented number of SGA candidates, will issue a day later for some. SGA Chief of Staff Jacob Abrahamson said the Blue system, also used for course evaluations,...
- Posted February 27, 2017
- The Cardinal endorses Vishnu Tirumala for SGA President
By Staff — U of L’s Student Government Administration has an unprecedented number of nominees running in the 2017 elections. SGA Chief of Staff Jacob Abrahamson attributes the uptick to eased access for applications, state and national politics,...
- Posted February 26, 2017
- “Get Out” thrills, rejuvenates horror genre
By Kyeland Jackson — In Jordan Peele’s directorial debut, “Get Out” ably thrills, keeping audiences in suspense without cheap jump-scares. The movie brings an imaginative plot, superb acting, creepy score and fantastic cinematography coupled with effective lighting...
- Posted February 24, 2017