All posts tagged "UofL"
Pride takes strides toward equality
“Being gay is the only identity where people will hate you, your family might hate you, and God could hate you.” Words Brian Buford, the director of the LGBT Center heard when he first came out as a...
- Posted September 28, 2014
UofL Fraternity Gets Involved with Tutoring
For three years, Pi Kappa Alpha’s Kappa Zeta chapter at the University of Louisville has been tutoring for service hours at a local elementary school. Cochran Elementary school, a Jefferson County Public School, has recently seen a...
- Posted September 26, 2014
The Clubhouse, new off-campus housing option, to open in fall 2015
Students who commute down I-65 in the morning may have noticed a new parking garage whose first few walls went up virtually overnight. The new parking facility belongs to The Clubhouse, a new, private off-campus housing development....
- Posted September 18, 2014
TARC shuttle will go to off-campus housing
As part of a greater push for more security on campus, a new shuttle will begin a route today that stops at off-campus housing. TARC has dedicated one bus to serve as the shuttle. The shuttle will...
- Posted September 15, 2014
An interview with Fr. Chuck Walker, new chaplain of Campus Catholic Ministries
“I’ll try not to cuss,” said Father Chuck Walker jokingly, as he sat down for this interview. Walker started at U of L as chaplain of Campus Catholic Ministries in June, after being appointed in March to...
- Posted September 11, 2014
Attorney general rules in favor of newsroom in open records dispute
An ongoing open records dispute between the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting and U of L may come to an end, as Attorney General Jack Conway’s office demanded that the records be released. The university had not released the emails...
- Posted September 3, 2014
Emails fail to send after attempt to upgrade software – part five
Faculty and staff who replied to a student email sent before Aug. 16 may not have reached that student. IT say this error is becuase the autocomplete feature in Outlook and Exchange Online no longer works as...
- Posted August 26, 2014
‘It’s a nightmare:’ Students and parents react to moving into an unfinished Grove
By Simon Isham and Jacob M. Abrahamson Some students were finally able to move into The Grove apartment complex today after months of anticipation. It was unknown to the future occupants what state the apartments would be...
- Posted August 23, 2014
#GroveWatch: Move-in is tomorrow. Will it be done in time?
It was an ambitious timeline from the beginning. The Grove, a $40 million, 250-unit affiliated housing development is largely completed, but large portions remain unfinished. Much of the furniture intended for student rooms remains unplaced and wrapped...
- Posted August 22, 2014
#CardmailProbs: An end in sight?
The UofL IT department announced today that it “is in the final stages of testing a solution to restore reliable and predictable email service to the university.” The solution will incorporate Exchange Online Protection, the Microsoft Service...
- Posted August 12, 2014