In the heart of downtown Louisville, where the green grass has mostly been covered in pavement, people would hardly expect to find a place that sells garden-fresh food.
It was announced on August 17th that Grammy Award-winning band OK Go would be headlining the Discover Louisville Festival, the first annual concert of its kind at the University of Louisville. The festival will be sponsored by the University and various businesses around the Louisville area, including Ear-X-tacy and local radio station 91.9 WFPK.
Around the University of Louisville one can find a McDonald’s, a Wendy’s, a Subway, no less than three pizza restaurants, and both Chinese and Mongolian cuisine, all within walking distance. Bizarrely, until last year, if a student wanted to walk to a Mexican restaurant, the only option would have been Taco Bell.
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Take a quick stroll down Eastern Parkway, just past Denny’s and through University Park Apartments. Students from the University of Louisville may find themselves at the front door of Nord’s Bakery.
Booked by high text costs: Students get creative, employ comparison shopping to deal with textbook m
Deleshia Youngblood had her share of troubles with the textbook buying process. She had to buy an expensive, brand new psychology book for her personality class.
Luke Houchens just finished one of the most frustrating semesters of his college career.
Every freshmen stands in line at least once to have their picture taken on the lower level of the Houchen’s building.
Being uprooted from home, coming to a college campus in a large city and living in a small room with a stranger would be a daunting prospect to almost anyone.