Graduate student James May is UofL's first George J. Mitchell Scholar.
Prominent Mitchell Scholar first in UofL history School of Music composer was one of 12 Americans selected
A University of Louisville School of Music graduate student has been selected as a George J. Mitchell scholar. James May is the university’s first Mitchell...
Bookstore, lower level of MITC, 1976.
Exhibit captures student life through the ages
A new Archives and Special Collections exhibition, “The UofL Student Experience,” showcases photographs and memorabilia that capture campus life through the ages.   Artifacts range...
UofL alumna becomes one of the youngest female distillers in the country
Elizabeth McCall ('07, '09) has risen through the ranks of Brown-Forman to become one of the youngest female distillers in the country. Nearly 10 years...
Molly Carr and Anna Petrova play at UofL's School of Music
Faculty pianist bringing world-class music to COVID-19 patients and UofL audiences
The coronavirus pandemic has affected our world in many ways, and the uncertainty surrounding the virus has increased stress and anxiety in many people....
Interviews with archivist, former councilman Tom Owen donated to University Libraries
Insights from UofL Libraries Archivist Tom Owen – a man Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer calls the "unofficial mayor of Louisville" – are preserved in...
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Theatre Arts announces 2018-19 season of plays
From Martin Luther King and Shakespeare to a romantic comedy and the classic “Raisin in the Sun,” UofL Theatre Arts' 2018-19 season spans the...
Selfie Wall Mural Space
UofL requests concepts for murals in newly renovated SAC
Campus is about to get more artful. Last year, University of Louisville officials began an expansion and renovation of the 28-year-old Swain Student Activities Center...
Gill Holland, Metro Councilwoman Barbara Sexton Smith, Dean Kimberly Kempf-Leonard, Mayor Greg Fischer and President Neeli Bendapudi prepare to cut the ribbon for renovated Portland space.
Portland space is ‘a town-gown relationship at its best’
An 1880s brick warehouse nestled in Louisville’s Portland neighborhood has been transformed into space for College of Arts and Sciences students and faculty to...
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UofL junior’s logo chosen for hometown’s bicentennial celebration
Next year, graphic design student Ava Becker is going to see her work all over her hometown of Columbus, Indiana. Becker, a junior, designed the...
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Theatre Arts stages Louisville debut of ‘Detroit ’67’
It's the summer of 1967 and the songs of Motown are breaking records and breaking barriers. In Theatre Arts’ new production, “Detroit ’67,” by Dominique...