UofL’s Black Diamond Choir to play at Bourbon and Beyond Festival

If you're heading out to Louisville's first Bourbon and Beyond Festival at Champions Park Saturday and Sunday, look for UofL's own.  The Black Diamond Choir, the...

Theatre Arts kicks off new season with ‘Miss Ida B. Wells’

The University of Louisville Department of Theatre Arts new season kicks off with the African American Theatre Program’s rendition of “Miss Ida B. Wells,”...

Comedian scheduled to provide ‘social reimbursement’ to grad students

Adam Ruben’s book, “Surviving Your Stupid, Stupid Decision to go to Grad School,” may sound off-putting at first, especially to an academic crowd. But...
Kay Redfield Jamison, Ph.D.

Professor who’s grappled with bipolar disorder will discuss genius, mania at UofL Depression Center...

A Johns Hopkins University psychiatry professor and New York Times bestselling author will discuss her experience overcoming bipolar disorder and her latest book on...
Dr. Harris with Ebola research group

Trusted messages key to counter community concerns during disease outbreak

Utilizing messages focused on images created by local artists and written information communicated through local dialects proved essential to counter misperceptions during the Ebola...
Prior to ESPN's GameDay, Kate Schneidau and Sam Williams scanned Lee Corso's head before printing out busts via a 3D printer.

UofL students tackle bust of Lee Corso for ESPN GameDay

The Cardinal Football team wasn't the only point of interest during last weekend's ESPN GameDay appearance on campus. UofL's Rapid Prototyping Center was contacted by...
The remains of SCOTUS Justice Louis D. Brandeis and his wife Alice are buried under the portico of the law school that bears his name.

Former dean reflects on naming law school in honor of Brandeis 20 years ago

When Don Burnett came to the University of Louisville to serve as dean of the law school in 1990, he was familiar with the...
Erica Osborne and her daughter Violet Ehringer, right, will be front and center at the Kentuckiana Heart Walk. Violet will be crowned Queen of this year's event. Her mom works for the Kent School of Social Work.

UofL employee’s daughter to be crowned Queen of the Kentuckiana Heart Walk

The UofL community has been working for months to raise money for the Kentuckiana Heart Walk, an annual event sponsored by the American Heart...

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