School of Music alum produces new folk opera exploring lives of...

Rachel Grimes, a pianist, composer and 1993 alum of UofL’s School of Music, has created a new, inventive folk opera, “The Way Forth” which uses...

Get to know our newest MLK Scholars

UofL’s MLK Scholars program began in 2012 and welcomed its first cohort in August 2013. It is the newest program housed in the University...

MLK Day controversy surrounded UofL’s 1991 Fiesta Bowl bid

Martin Luther King Jr. Day, colloquially known as MLK Day, was deemed a federal holiday in 1986. However, not all 50 states observed the day...

UofL alum re-imagining coffee with Berserker Brew

Joe. Java. Bean juice. Liquid energy. Whatever you call it, you have to have it – and coffee addicts everywhere will go berserk for a...

University Libraries’ new exhibition looks back at Louisville concert series

Archives and Special Collections is hosting a new exhibition “Kings, Queens and War Games: The musical journey of the Lonesome Pine Special concert series...
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The first Beer with a Scientist for 2020 features a non-scientist’s guide to cutting-edge...

You may have heard about breakthroughs in medical research such as CRISPR, a technology that allows scientists to edit genes, or the microbiota, the...

Our World, Our Say: Hite exhibition showcases photography of Vietnam youth affected by HIV

The 70 photographs hanging now in Schneider Hall Galleries range from colorful, flowering trees to sorrowful, shocking images of drug use and sexual exploitation. They...
Diamonds, photo courtesy of Pixabay.

UofL’s Conn Center partners with local company to mine diamonds above ground

A technological marvel is happening in Kentucky – growing diamonds above ground using reactors that mimic what happens in Mother Nature over a million...

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