Bellarmine University leads community celebration
Bellarmine speaker to discuss Persian history, culture, politics
We've just finished the first weekend in January, and it’s time to think about training for Derby. No, not the horses—you.
Live music, sound effects and acting-and four ghosts
Enjoy a variety of holiday classics, including the Louisville Ballet's Nutcracker, at Louisville theaters.
Love and spoofs are in the air as part of Bellarmine University's An Evening of One Acts, which begins tomorrow.
Free concert with A Lion Named Roar and Fall Kills the Calendar
Free show with the Brock McGuire Band at Bellarmine
Hall-o-Treats night hosted by students and staff
Original ‘Achilles in Sparta’ staging puts new twist on an old tale
Princeton Review recognizes Bellarmine’s graduate program for third straight year
It’s hard to believe that the expansive Belknap neighborhood, which makes up the southernmost part of the Highlands, once featured nothing but straight streets when today its street pattern is decidedly curvilinear.