Tag: Louisville

Campus community looks back on 2009 flood

On Aug. 4, 2009, UofL experienced a flooded campus that closed a number of buildings and caused about $15 million worth of damage to...

Muhammad Ali’s youngest son forges his own path through UofL

Asaad Ali grew up in one of Louisville's most famous families, as the youngest son of Muhammad Ali. Now he is part of a...

UofL’s College of Business launches new LEAP acronym

The College of Business is announcing its core values to the world -- in red 9-foot-tall letters on permanent display in the South Wing...

UofL’s Meg Peavy makes a lasting impact on and off the...

Students, faculty, and staff on campus know Meg Peavy as the tennis professional at the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center. The former UofL women’s tennis player and...

NIH institute director’s keynote on addiction highlights annual Research!Louisville schedule

A greater understanding of the biological mechanisms underlying addiction could help communities such as Louisville and Southern Indiana cope with the opioid crisis, alcoholism...

Q&A with Todd Mooradian, incoming College of Business dean

Todd Mooradian, incoming dean of the University of Louisville College of Business, enjoys teaching strategic marketing (he literally wrote the book on the subject)...

Steppin’ out: NPHC preps for 23rd annual Step Show

UofL’s National Pan-Hellenic Step Show will be held at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 21 at Louisville Memorial Auditorium. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Advance tickets can...

UofL, Yelp to host Picture Louisville Vintage Photo Scavenger Hunt

Calling all shutterbugs who love Louisville and its unique history: University of Louisville Photographic Archives and Yelp Louisville are teaming up to present the...

Repertory Company sparks 40-plus years of imagination The theatre department is...

Each year, a troupe of graduate students from University of Louisville’s Theatre Arts Department travels to dozens of area schools and performs plays from...

Hite art students reimagine stories of the Ohio River Collaborative project...

What does the Ohio River bring to mind?Is it a biome? A threat? A provider of livelihoods?For students participating in “36 Miles: Revealing the...