All posts tagged "U of L"

  • U of L’s “bleeding” of black faculty reflects a bigger problem

    By Quintez Brown — Black faculty are leaving the University of Louisville in staggering numbers and nothing has been done about it. As a black student, I am worried. At a recent U of L trustees’ committee...

    • Posted November 12, 2018
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  • Men’s soccer wins the program’s first ACC Championship

    By Matt Bradshaw — No. 10 men’s soccer (11-4-3) capped off a great run in the 2018 ACC Soccer Championship with a victory over No. 4 North Carolina (14-3-1) in the title game. U of L wins...

    • Posted November 11, 2018
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  • Women’s soccer season ends with tough NCAA first-round loss

    By Matt Bradshaw — This past week, women’s soccer ended a successful and uplifting season with a tough loss in the NCAA tournament first round. U of L lost to No. 2 Tennessee. The Cardinals scored the...

    • Posted November 11, 2018
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  • R. I. P. Bobby P: Long-term coach is fired for disastrous season

    By Matt Bradshaw — Earlier today, U of L fired Bobby Petrino from his position as head coach of Louisville football. The termination came after a crippling 54-23 defeat at Syracuse and represented the climax of dissatisfaction...

    • Posted November 11, 2018
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  • U of L suffers “major decline” in African American faculty

    By Joseph Lyell — At a recent U of L trustees’ committee meeting, the vice provost for diversity and international affairs described a “major decline of African-American faculty in 2018.” Between 2013-17, 38 African-American faculty left the...

    • Posted November 9, 2018
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  • Sluggish season-opening victory kindles the Chris Mack era

    By Matt Bradshaw — Men’s basketball (1-0) began the era of head coach Chris Mack with a 85-72 victory over the Nicholls Colonels (0-1). U of L used its depth to outlast Nicholls, while the Colonels turned in an...

    • Posted November 8, 2018
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  • Be political, but don’t be partisan

    Quintez Brown — In an email sent to students Oct. 31, a week before midterm elections, vice provost for diversity and international affairs Mordean Taylor-Archer addressed the emotional impact of recent hate crimes, but also called for the...

    • Posted November 7, 2018
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  • Princeton professor traces the rise of “white terror” in Anne Braden Memorial Lecture

    By Quintez Brown — Princeton University professor of African-American studies Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor tied recent racially-charged events into her presentation at the 12th annual Anne Braden Memorial Lecture in Middleton Auditorium. Her Nov. 1 speech landed on the...

    • Posted November 7, 2018
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  • Kentucky Chief Justice delivers state of the judiciary address at U of L

    By Joseph Lyell — Chief Justice John Minton delivered the 2018 State of the Judiciary address to Kentucky’s interim joint judiciary committee Nov. 2 at the law school’s Cox Lounge. Minton has headed Kentucky’s supreme court for...

    • Posted November 6, 2018
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  • Field hockey denied NCAA berth

    By Matt Bradshaw — For the first time since 2013, U of L field hockey has been denied entrance to the NCAA tournament. Sixteen schools earned bids for the 2018 NCAA Division I Field Hockey Championship. Ten conferences...

    • Posted November 5, 2018
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