Family Matters Chris Mack leads a Louisville basketball reboot by playing the role of coach and dad
On an early fall day at the Yum! Center practice facility, the men’s gym is filled with sneaker squeaks and men’s basketball head coach...
Young girl crying
Out of the shadows UofL is using education, research, clinical care and community engagement to help human trafficking victims
She could be the girl next door. With strawberry blonde hair and a lightly freckled face, Cotie is 26 but could pass for half-a-dozen...
Kent School faculty Emma Sterrett-Hong and Maurice Gattis stand in a room of the soon-to-be opened Sweet Evening Breeze homeless shelter for LGBT youth.
Sheltering the vulnerable
Spurred to combat homelessness, several UofL faculty and alumni are putting their professional and academic expertise to work in new ventures to serve people who...
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For the love of the games Sports Club teams shape student success at UofL
When you think of UofL sports, a few specific images may come to mind: our basketball teams balling in the KFC Yum! Center, the...
The gift of opportunity
Growing up in Letcher County, Kentucky, Christy Trout Van Tatenhove ’99 often heard from her grandmother, Eva Trout, to “always remember you can have...
Ready to run Our new football coach takes inspiration from the city's signature sport to preview the upcoming season
When Scott Satterfield attended the Kentucky Derby this year, it wasn’t only his first time at the city’s signature event but also his first...
Student Spotlight: Lekha Devara
Medical student Lekha Devara believes in taking steps — including dancing steps — to share her culture and to make UofL more inclusive. Devara, of Louisville, spent much of...
Becoming their hero Sophomore Nico Thom started a nonprofit to teach girls they can be whatever they want
Once upon a time a high school student in Northern Kentucky had a dream that girls would strive for more than a fairy-tale future...
Chris Bird and Kavonte Jones with luggage in front of the Thinker statue on UofL's campus
Choosing their own adventure For 10 years, the Brown Fellows program has provided select students the freedom to explore their ambitions
Like many high school graduates, Chris Bird ’18 stood at the precipice of adulthood, preparing to make the jump into college and asking himself,...
cover of the spring 2019 issue of UofL Magazine featuring patient Jeff Marquis in a wheelchair
Walking away from impossible: UofL Magazine features first paralyzed patients to take steps after spinal cord injuries
After significant therapy at UofL, Jeff Marquis and Kelly Thomas took their first steps after suffering traumatic spinal cord injuries, making history and bringing...