Tag: Belknap campus

Black History Month: How the black vote determined the Belknap Campus...

Editor’s note: What does Black History Month mean in the context of the University of Louisville? Some highlights from “University of Louisville Belknap Campus,”...

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...

UofL named most beautiful Kentucky campus

Travel + Leisure has named the University of Louisville campus the most beautiful in the state. The publication cites the Belknap campus’ setting in historic...

Physical Plant employees recognized for power outage restoration

The lights went out across much of the Belknap Campus on Feb. 2 when a backhoe hit a major line. At first glance, it...

Five things we learned about syrup during on-campus workshop Belknap Campus...

Lyndon resident and maple syrup maker Dave Barker visited Belknap Campus this month to teach students and the public the basics of tapping trees...

City’s Confederate Monument removed from campus

The Confederate Monument, located on Third Street on the edge of UofL’s Belknap Campus, will be relocated to Brandenburg, Kentucky. The monument was given...