On Wednesday, March 23, The Campus Church and the Society of Secular Students held a debate entitled “Good without God?”
The University of Louisville College of Business is raising the bar on education, and this shows in its recent rankings. According to Bloomberg Businessweek magazine, the College of Business ranked in the top 10 percent for business schools in the United States.
As evidenced by the governmental proposal to possibly cut funding for many Pell Grants for the new fiscal year, some University of Louisville students may be out of luck when it comes to money delivered by the grants to assist in funding for college.
Recently, students may have noticed a change in the University of Louisville home page. The new louisville.edu layout is designed for efficiency and ease of use.
On the afternoon of Friday, March 11, Japan was shaken by the most powerful earthquake in the history of the island nation.
Fall 2011 will bring the next chapter in the ongoing mandatory meal plan saga. While no changes have been approved by the University of Louisville, several potential changes to the meal plan have been suggested for the fall.
The results of the spring 2011 Student Government Association elections were announced at noon on March 4. While three of the Top 4 positions have been filled, one is still uncertain. The three vice presidents have been announced, but the race for the office of president has been declared a runoff.
According to the American Diabetes Association, 25.8 million people in the United States have diabetes.
It’s that time of year – time for midterms, Spring Break, Student Government Association elections and locally grown produce.
Classical music is for smart people. Country music is for dumb people. These kinds of stereotypes have long been applied to the genres of music people listen to.