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30 min ago | The Louisville Cardinal

Increased bike traffic leads to overcrowded bike racks

The University of Louisville has more students than ever that currently bike to campus, but it has led to a decrease in the availability of bike racks on campus. The university installed new bike racks on the Health Sciences Campus and the Shelby Campus four years ago.

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4 hrs ago | Newswise

University of Louisville Student Wins American Medical Association Award

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Mickey Ising, a student at the University of Louisville School of Medicine and a two-time graduate of the UofL J.B. Speed School of Engineering, is one of 21 fourth-year medical students throughout the nation to earn an American Medical Association Foundation Physicians of Tomorrow Award.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

The Louisville Cardinal

The Grove receives Temporary Certificate of Occupancy, will be reinspected in October

The Cardinal obtained a copy of the property's Temporary Certificate of Occupancy, which is dated Sept. 9, which was last Tuesday.

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The Louisville Cardinal

PHOTOS: Iconic silos fully demolished

The Louisville Cardinal is the independent weekly student newspaper of the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky, USA.[1] It is published every Tuesday during the academic year and once in June for distribution throughout the summer. The Cardinal was founded in 1926 and has maintained financial and editorial independence since 1980.

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The Louisville Cardinal

Editorial: It shouldna t take a stabbing for U of L to ramp up security

While crime continues to rise in and around the University of Louisville community, students are beginning to feel less safe than ever when simply walking across campus at the wrong hour of the day, or in-less-than-perfect lighting. Students' safety should have been a priority years ago, with measures being taken to protect us before the present crime wave rolled in.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

The Louisville Cardinal

Cyber Awareness: Building Barriers against Digital Demons

It's time to call out the absolute worst passwords of all time. Call them simple, insanely dumb, or a complete joke, but the truth is those examples wouldn't be around if password users hadn't thought of them as safe and secure.

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The Louisville Cardinal

Helmsley Trust Enables U of La s Cancer Center Research

The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust has provided a grant of $5.5 million over the past 3 years to the James Graham Brown Cancer Center at the University of Louisville to develop new treatments and vaccines for various forms of cancer. U of L 's research teams partnered with the trust with the hope to work towards one day curing this disease.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

WFIE-TV Evansville

UofL graduate working on Ebola vaccine

A Kentucky native and University of Louisville graduate is getting nods for her efforts in reducing childhood mortality rates in addition to her work on an Ebola vaccine using tobacco grown in the Bluegrass State. Doctor Penny Heaton, who is now the director for the Bill and Melinda Gates Vaccine Foundation, spoke about her life saving work Friday during the 40th Annual Dr. John I. Perlstein Memorial Lectureship at Norton Hospital.

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WAVE-TV Louisville

UofL researcher finds less frequent treatments effective for breast cancer

If you know anyone who has had cancer, you've probably heard the laborious treatment process. It can save lives, but that treatment is often painful and difficult.

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Business Journal

U of L outlines 'crazy' fiscal 2015 stategic goals

University of Louisville President James Ramsey called the strategic goals he outlined Thursday to the board of trustees could be viewed as "crazy." Ramsey offered a considerable list of objectives for fiscal 2015, which began July 1. The plan includes goals to graduate more students with science, technology, engineering and math degrees and steps to increase the university's research capabilities.

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WWWV-FM Charlottesville

Green Trolleys Will Go Different Route During UVA-Louisville Game

The Charlottesville Area Transit will send its green trolleys on a different route for most of Saturday. When the University of Virginia football team hosts the University of Louisville, trolley riders will go on a detour.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Business Journal

U of L creates sustainable health, aging institute

The University of Louisville board of trustees gave final approval this afternoon for the creation of the Institute for Sustainable Health and Optimal Aging, which has been under development for months. The interdisciplinary center will lease about 5,200 square feet on the second floor of the Nucleus building at 300 E. Market St., according to Mark Hebert, director of communications for U of L. The eight-story Nucleus building was constructed by the University of Louisville Foundation and is part of an emerging research and technology complex in the former Haymarket district known.

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WFIE-TV Evansville

Muhlenberg Co. home invasion suspect shot by deputy arrested at hospital

On Thursday morning, Kentucky State Police says several arrested warrants were served on 29-year-old Jesse Hailey, of Mayfield, KY. Hailey has been in critical condition at the University of Louisville hospital since he was shot in an officer-involved shooting in Central City at the end of August.

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The Paducah Sun Online Edition

Mammogram advocates: 'Just do it!'

In the front sat Barbara Veazey, president of WKCTC, and mammography technologists Janice Glacken and Carrie Mattingly of the University of Louisville's James Graham Brown Cancer Center.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

WFIE-TV Evansville

Parents of UofL students glad university is responding to increase in violent crimes

Children, even teenagers, can sometimes think they are immune to bad situations. The reality is they aren't.

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WDRB-TV Louisville

U of L closely watching GE deal with Electrolux

It was with great fanfare back on July 24 that General Electric and the University of Louisville opened a joint project on the U of L campus called FirstBuild. It could be described as a micro-factory, designed to create the next generation of appliances in a modern high tech operation.

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SFGate

U of L to increase police presence

The University of Louisville says it plans to increase the number of police and security officers after seeing an increase in violence over the summer near its campuses. The Courier-Journal reports U of L leadership announced on Tuesday that it would hire eight officers to conduct nighttime patrols around its Belknap and Health Sciences Center campuses.

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Cadiz Record

Ford participates in McConnell Center's Young Leaders Academy

Grayson Ford, of Cadiz and Trigg County High School attended the McConnell Center's Young Leaders Academy at the University of Louisville. Ford was one of only 24 high school students from across Kentucky selected to attend the McConnell Center's Young Leaders Academy at the University of Louisville.

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WLKY-TV Louisville

UofL boosting security after recent crimes

BURGLARY. A RECENT RASH OF CRIME ON THE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE CAMPUS IS PROMPTING SCHOOL OFFICIALS TO TAKE ACTION.

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WAVE-TV Louisville

UofL to spend $300K on additional officers, patrols

The University of Louisville is spending $300,000 on new police officers and patrols after a series of crimes left students and parents on edge. Four new campus police officers and another four security guards will be added immediately, bringing the number of campus police officers to 45 and the number of security officers to 26. The university says it's safer than other schools and crime numbers have not increased in the last two years.

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