Stop thinking about sports. No, really. Wash off the face pant, put on a shirt and listen up! Literature lord Tobias Wolff will share his work tomorrow night, Thursday, March 29th, for free as the final guest for the University of Louisville’s Axton Reading Series.
The Saturday Academy Sistah Summit attracted women of all colors for conversations on sisterhood and transforming, "From Pain to Power."
Fresh from her date tonight with 21c’s penguin paramours, poet and publisher, Martha Rhodes, will speak at the University of Louisville tomorrow, Tuesday, March 27th at noon as part of the Axton Reading Series.
Former Washington Post columnist, Donna Britt, will sign copies of her new book, ‘Brothers (& Me): A Memoir of Loving and Giving’ and speak on the subject at a dinner conference at Hotel Louisville, this Friday, March 23rd.
Step aside Super Man. The University of Louisville’s Ekstrom Library is hosting an exhibition about the Edgar Rice Burroughs character believed to be the world’s first superhero – John Carter. Visit the free exhibit anytime from 9am to 5pm through March 23rd.
Headlining UofL’s annual Dr. Joseph H. McMillian National Conference on the Black Family in America for this year, is acclaimed author, thinker and radio host, Michael Eric Dyson. Dyson will present his keynote address at the conference this upcoming Saturday, March 10th at 7pm.
Three Indiana recruits and one University of Louisville recruit will hoop it up!
Junior forward Jared Swopshire will transfer for his final year of eligibility.
Culture much? Wax your mustache and put on your spectacles, the 40th anniversary of The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900 kicks off tomorrow, Thursday, February 23rd, featuring free keynote speakers discussing today’s zeitgeist.
Many art historians consider The Thinker to be the most famous sculpture in the world. Countless media campaigns and programs have used it. The statue even played an important role in the early days of television when it was incorporated in a popular TV show called "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis."
Iconic sculpture undergoes facelift
When it comes to horses the University of Louisville means business.