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.
Felton Spencer's name is known both locally and nationally as a talented and intelligent center; and for good reason. And, it's those reasons that I look into during this sports legends of the Ville segment.
UofL’s English department will feature computer scientist and author, Brian Christian, as part of the Axton Reading Series. Join Christian for a free reading tomorrow, Thursday, February 9th, on-campus at 4:30pm.
The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture Since 1900 will celebrate its 40th anniversary Feb. 23-25 as about 600 scholars gather at the University of Louisville.
Paul Rogers has been the voice of the University of Louisville Cardinals for years now, but more than that he's been the voice of local athletics for even longer- as such, this Sports legends segment takes a look at Roger's sports impact on the Derby City.
As a woman who loves watching passionate women grab their dreams by the (basket)balls, this writer felt like beating her chest with pride last Saturday... watching girls play basketball.
It's been 75 years since the water rose and kept on rising. University of Louisville Photographic Archives wants to show you the proof.
Reflective lecture kicks off photographic exhibit
The University of Louisville's Cardinal Bird has become a legend in his own right, acting as the school's mascot for over ninety years.