Tag: SGA

Students have a hand in designing UofL’s new residence halls

The heart of UofL will look significantly different by the end of the 2022 school year as two new, yet-to-be-named dorms open their doors...

Student, faculty, staff cooperation are keys to early on-campus COVID prevention

The early grades on COVID testing are in, and the UofL community is doing its part to stay safe. Two weeks into the semester, UofL...

New SGA president: ‘Our Community of Care sets UofL apart’

The Student Government Association is tasked with advocating on behalf of UofL’s student body. That includes everything from safeguarding academic freedoms to promoting diversity...

UofL partners with Dare to Care to improve on-campus food pantry

The Cardinal Cupboard, a campus food pantry for UofL students and employees, just got better thanks to a new partnership with Dare to Care,...

UofL SGA welcomes new officers for 2019-20

The results of the 2019-20 Student Government Association elections are in. Jasper Noble, a junior who is double majoring in political science and history, is...

SGA launches new, free shuttle option

The University of Louisville’s Student Government Association, or SGA, launched a new free shuttle option for students seeking after-hours transportation across campus. The Cardinal Cab...

Q&A: Fuller excited to take on new role as SGA President

Jonathan Fuller, a junior nursing student, was recently elected the 2018-2019 Student Government Association president. The election turned out 3,125 students, almost 16 percent of the...

SGA, H/LFSA release statements on DACA

UofL President Greg Postel and Provost Dale Billingsley released a statement Tuesday in response to the Trump administration’s rescission of the Deferred Action for...

Campus community marks construction milestone for academic building Students, staff, faculty...

An $80 million academic building currently under construction on the Belknap Campus has marked a milestone: on June 30 the final, highest beam was...

Focused: Nursing student takes advantage of UofL’s vast network

Brittney Brown, a senior in UofL's School of Nursing, believes she's ready for what life will throw at her after graduation. Specifically, she plans...