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UofL scientists uncover how grapefruits provide a secret weapon in medical drug delivery
Grapefruits have long been known for their health benefits, and the subtropical fruit may revolutionize how medical therapies like anti-cancer drugs are delivered to specific tumor cells.
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Brian Leiter's Law School Reports
Lateral hires with tenure, 2012-13
Margaret Barry from Catholic University Columbus School of Law to Vermont Law School June Carbone from the University of Missouri, Kansas City to the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis-St. Paul.
Mon May 20, 2013
Quick ready to "do great things" at U of L
James Quick will enroll at the University of Louisville in two weeks but on Saturday collected yet another piece of hardware before he graduated from Trinity High School.
Fri May 17, 2013
Evansville Courier & Press
Union Co.'s Foster one of favorites at 2-A track
Union County junior Jarrell Foster is among the favorites in the long jump and triple jump at today's 2-A state track meet in Louisville.
Official UofL 2013 Champions print rolls off the presses
There's a new way to remember the Cards national championship win and it is hot off the presses! The official University of Louisville 2013 champions print rolled off the presses Thursday morning at Clark and Riggs printing on West Jefferson.
Thu May 16, 2013
Rutgers Introduces Julie Hermann as New AD
A woman is now at the helm of the Rutgers University athletics department for the first time in Rutgers history, following the hiring of new AD Julie Hermann.
Real Clear Politics
Mitch McConnell Enabled Obama
In 1964, an ambitious young student at the University of Louisville made an impassioned plea to his classmates, urging them to march in solidarity with Martin Luther King Jr.
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The most compelling videotape footage in existence of UFO's is highlighted in the first of two amazing one-hour programs.
U of L football: Recruits jump 'on the train'
The University of Louisville football staff is on quite a recruiting roll in recent weeks, landing 11 commitments in a month.
Wed May 15, 2013
Floyd County Times
A legislative perspective
Kentucky has gotten a lot of attention over the years when it comes to finding innovative ways to govern.
Competition With Rivals Boots Male Testosterone Level, But Not...
Staying up-to-date has never been simpler. Sign up for the free GenePool newsletter today! Sporting events can bring a community together, such as when the Louisville Cardinals won the NCAA championship and University of Louisville campus was filled with camaraderie.
The Jersey Journal
Rutgers names Julie Hermann new athletic director
Julie Hermann, the senior associate athletic director at Louisville, was named Rutgers' new athletic director today, ending a 33-day search to find Tim Pernetti's replacement.
Tue May 14, 2013
Grayson News Gazette
Embry headed to D.C.
News-Gazette Grayson County High School Senior Jacob Embry recently won first place in the category of website design in the state National History Day competition.
Mon May 13, 2013
Arena chair: KFC Yum! Center financial outlook glows, UofL helping
The "phenomenal" performance of the KFC Yum! Center's operations since it was taken over by a new operator should help convince a bond ratings service to upgrade the Louisville Arena Authority's bonds out of "junk" status, the authority's chairman said on Monday.
The Jersey Journal
Rutgers' two athletic director finalists each have one past issue to explain
Rutgers is down to two finalists for its vacant athletic director's job and could have a successor to Tim Pernetti named later this week.
The City That Never Went Bust
Democratic politics isn't exactly littered with former manufacturing executives.
WIDN Design Network
The Speed Art Museum to complete major renovation project
The Speed Art Museum in Kentucky, US will now complete phase I and II of its master plan as it exceeded its $50 million fundraising goal for a major renovation and expansion project by $334,000. Phase I and II of the museum's master plan includes a new North Building, a central utilities building, and an art park and piazza.
Sun May 12, 2013
Survivors recall deadliest drunken-driving crash
Pall bearers carry the body of 14-year-old Mary Catheryn Daniele from St. Christopher Church in Radcliff, Kentucky on May 19, 1988.
Rutgers AD search down to 3 finalists
Rutgers is expected to appoint its next athletics director from a trio of finalists that includes University of Louisville executive senior associate AD Julie Hermann, Fresno State AD Thomas Boeh and Wisconsin Deputy AD Sean Frazier, a source familiar with the search process told New Jersey Press Media on Saturday.
The Flight from White-American Indian Version
The visitor to Haskell Indian Nations University detailed his roaring 20s: drug addict, garbage collector, suicidal burnout once told by a doctor that he was mentally retarded.