- Q&A with Athletic Director Tom Jurich on Ecarma’s Career
- Ecarma reminisces on student experience of 1986 National Championship
- Know your Cardinals: Tennis’ Rex Ecarma
- Lacrosse’s ACC growing pains prepare Cards for postseason
- Women’s tennis Senior Day puts tough season in perspective
- Residents prepare for final days of the Complex
- Nine at Louisville apartments to open fall 2016
- RA to lose hourly wage in 2015-2016 academic year
- SGA brief: Senate passes SAC renovation resolution
- Brief: Body found at The Bellamy confirmed as suicide
All posts tagged "UofL"
Holocaust survivor recounts haunting past
We’ve all read about it, learned about it, watched movies inspired by it, and yet, none of us can imagine the true feelings of hopelessness, dread and horror that victims of the Holocaust felt during one of...
- Posted March 26, 2015
Photo: Sigma Chi 80’s Week returns to campus
- Posted March 23, 2015
#CardinalBoom15 U of L defeats UC Irvine
By Sam Draut– Wayne Blackshear and Quentin Snider carried fourth-seeded Louisville down the stretch to give the Cardinals a 57-55 victory over 13th-seeded UC Irvine. In the final eight minutes, senior forward Blackshear and freshman guard Snider were the...
- Posted March 20, 2015
Preview: Louisville faces UC Irvine in second round
Fourth-seeded Louisville will face 13th-seeded UC Irvine Friday afternoon in Seattle, Washington in the second round of the NCAA tournament. The Anteaters (21-12) are playing in their program’s first NCAA tournament game while the Cardinals (24-8) have...
- Posted March 20, 2015
PHOTO: Duke defeats U of L MBB 63 – 52
Photos by Austin Lassell / The Louisville Cardinal
- Posted January 17, 2015
Rapid Reaction: Louisville defeats Notre Dame 31-28
Louisville defeated Notre Dame 31-28 in their first trip to South Bend in school history. Goal-Line Stand After John Wallace missed a 37 yard field goal, Notre Dame took the ball with just over five minutes left...
- Posted November 22, 2014
Brief: ‘Freedom Days’
On Wednesday, November 19, UofL’s theater arts department is holding an opening-night production of “Freedom Days.” Open to all students and the community, the production is a collection of four short plays about the Civil Rights movement, slavery...
- Posted November 19, 2014
Pencil’s of Promise Adam Braun inspires students to find purpose
If you could have anything in the world, right now, what would it be? For most of us, this question would lead to a variety of answers, ranging from materialistic things to accomplishments. But when Adam Braun...
- Posted November 16, 2014
U of L sets new record in sexual health rankings
No glove, no love from U of L students. The university was recently ranked 16th out of 140 schools in a sexual health education index, a new record for the university. The Trojan Sexual Health Report Card,...
- Posted November 10, 2014
Home Sweet Homecoming
Homecoming Week is a highly celebrated tradition to not only students, but faculty and alumni as well. This year, it ran October 13-18, culminating with the football game against the North Carolina State. The Students Activities Board held...
- Posted October 20, 2014