U of L Researchers Develop New Measurement for Logistics Industry Health

Researchers at the University of Louisville have developed a calculation that they say could give shipping and manufacturing businesses better insight into how they’ll perform in the future. The Logistics and Distribution Index, or LoDI, measures traffic on rivers, rails, roads and runways and uses the data to generate a number between one and one… Continue reading U of L Researchers Develop New Measurement for Logistics Industry Health

Fischer Declares Friday ‘Cardinal Red Day’

After the University of Louisville turned down his offer to hold a pep rally before the Cardinals Final Four appearance this Saturday, Mayor Greg Fischer wants the city to set a world’s record for the most people wearing red in one day to celebrate. Fischer has declared Friday as Cardinal Red Day and is encouraging… Continue reading Fischer Declares Friday ‘Cardinal Red Day’

U of L Prepares Public Safety Response to Basketball Celebration

The University of Louisville campus police say Cardinal Boulevard will be blocked off between Third and Fourth streets before  this Saturday’s men’s basketball game against the University of Kentucky. An estimated 250 to 300 people gathered in that location following the game leading up to the Final Four last weekend, said Kenny Brown, U of L’s… Continue reading U of L Prepares Public Safety Response to Basketball Celebration

Professor Addresses Crowd at U of L Trayvon Martin Rally

Students at the University of Louisville held a walkout and rally today to protest circumstances surrounding the shooting of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin. The U of L walkout was one of several Martin-related protests scheduled nationwide Monday. Several students and activists spoke out against the incident and addressed issues of race that have tinted the… Continue reading Professor Addresses Crowd at U of L Trayvon Martin Rally

Activists Organize UofL Rally Over Trayvon Martin Shooting

Community activists and students at the University of Louisville are organizing a walkout and rally for Monday to raise awareness about the controversial shooting of a black teenager in Florida. Last month, 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was shot and killed in Sanford, Fla., by George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch captain who said the teen looked suspicious.… Continue reading Activists Organize UofL Rally Over Trayvon Martin Shooting

Kentucky Advances to Final Four, Will Face Louisville

For the first time in nearly 30 years, the University of Louisville and the University of Kentucky men’s basketball teams will play each other in the NCAA tournament. Yesterday, Louisville beat Florida to secure the West Region title. Today, UK topped Baylor to win the South Region. The Cardinals and Wildcats will face each other… Continue reading Kentucky Advances to Final Four, Will Face Louisville

U of L Advances To Big East Semifinals With Win Over Marquette

The Louisville Cards have advanced to the semifinal round of the men’s Big East basketball tournament with an 84-71 victory over Marquette tonight. Kyle Kuric led U of L with 20 points; Peyton Siva added 18. The seventh-seeded Cards will take on Notre Dame at 9:00pm tomorrow at Madison Square Garden. In other action, Indiana… Continue reading U of L Advances To Big East Semifinals With Win Over Marquette

U of L Wins Big East Tournament Opener

The Louisville Cards have advanced in the men’s Big East Conference basketball tournament in New York City. U of L defeated Seton Hall 61-55 tonight to reach the quarterfinal round. The seventh-seeded Cards will take on second-seeded Marquette tomorrow evening at Madison Square Garden. Kentucky begins play Friday in the Southeastern Conference Tournament in New… Continue reading U of L Wins Big East Tournament Opener

U of L Shutting Down Early Due To Severe Weather Threat

The University of Louisville will cancel classes and close offices starting at 1:00pm today due to the threat of severe weather. Classes beginning at 1:00pm or later are canceled. Supervisors are advised to allow staff to leave on a staggered schedule beginning at noon. All staff must consult with their supervisor before leaving. UofL Outpatient… Continue reading U of L Shutting Down Early Due To Severe Weather Threat

Brown Cancer Center Receives Gift For Resource Facility

A financial gift announced today will allow for the expansion of a resource center for patients and families at the University of Louisville’s James Graham Brown Cancer Center. Director Dr. Donald Miller says the gift comes from Raymond and Eleanor Loyd of Louisville. Both are cancer survivors who received treatment at the Brown Center, as… Continue reading Brown Cancer Center Receives Gift For Resource Facility