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LeTicia Marshall in her garden
Homegrown: UofL Magazine highlights local alums who are rooting out food insecurity
Several local alumnae are on a mission to provide fresh food to their communities. Through urban gardens and corner groceries, they are ensuring all...
Mariel Gardner in her garden.
Seeding change Alumnae seek to solve limited food access with gardens, groceries
UofL alumni are growing a movement – or rather several – to address food insecurity in Louisville from the ground up. Whether by planting seeds,...
Setting the words alight Alumna fulfills a burning desire to build a community through writing
There’s something special that happens when you put pen to paper and let your imagination flow. That spellbinding feeling is what Angela Burton ’89 set...
The Optimal Aging Clinic
Empowered to flourish Clinic celebrates a year of improving senior health care and rejuvenating the aging experience
Most people look forward to their golden years as a stress-free time to enjoy life. Too often, however, navigating health care challenges can add...
Adam Enders, political science professor
Fact or fiction Political science professor gets to the bottom of conspiracy theories and how to handle them
Ever heard of QAnon or flat-Earthers? If you have, you may have questioned how these and other conspiracy theories originate and gain so many...
The semester with an asterisk: UofL Magazine shares stories of life during a pandemic
Normal is no more. The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way we learn and live, and spring of 2020 will forever have a footnote. This...
patient undergoes physical therapy in a hospital rehab room
Fighting the good fight As a worldwide pandemic swept in, our campuses faced it head-on
What do you do when the world shifts in an instant? When something as simple as going to school or work becomes risky? When a...
Keionna Bailey, standing in front of greenery
Commencement, interrupted Graduates reflect on unusual times in a 'world on pause'
Before commencing something new, there’s the last time you do something familiar, something comforting. But what if you didn’t know the last time had...
Double vision UofL revives its long-dormant twin study with eyes on future research breakthroughs in Alzheimer's and dementia
Charlene Myles and Darlene Almont have always looked pretty much alike. The twin sisters had the same hair color, similar build and matching facial...
image of a hamburger in front of the Louisville skyline
Furthering ‘franchise city’ College of Business recruits Louisville's industry leaders to grow a first-of-its-kind franchise program
According to a recent report from LendingTree, the city of Louisville is among the top cities in the nation for franchises. About 20% of Louisville...