Events

March 27 - April 2, 2017

Monday, March 27

Ecolympics 2017

Ecolympics 2017 12am

Social, Service / Provost, Student Affairs, Housing

Two fun sustainability competitions to get you engaged in saving our one green planet! Kick-off Party! Monday, Feb. 13th 11am-2pm in SAC Multipurpose Room -...

University-wide  
Hygiene Product Drive

Hygiene Product Drive

Student Affairs, Student Involvement

AAUW will be collecting donations of; pads, panty liners, tampons and soft cups to support equality of the sexes. All donations will be presented in public...

see flier for locations  
How High The Water Was - The Flood of '37

How High The Water Was - The Flood of '37 8am

Arts, Exhibit / University Libraries, Archives & Special Collections, Photographic Archives, Rare Books, University Archives & Research Center

An exhibition of rarely seen memorabilia marking the 80th anniversary of the Ohio River Valley’s deepest flood ever recorded. The exhibition, which includes...

Ekstrom Library, LL17  
The ABCs of Weights and Measures

The ABCs of Weights and Measures 8am

Arts, Exhibit / University Libraries, Art Library

The ABCs of Weights and Measures shows how our personal and physical identities are shaped by the testing and quantification of specific human measurement...

Schneider Hall, Bridwell Art Library  
Islamophobia Conference

Islamophobia Conference 9am

Conferences, Talk, Academic / Arts & Sciences, Anthropology, Commonwealth Center for the Humanities and Society, Liberal Studies, Middle East & Islamic Studies

Speakers include Evelyn Alsultany, Donna Auston, Sahar Aziz, Christopher Bail, Louise Canikar, Gregory Hutcheson and Junaid Rana. Religious and ethnic...

Ekstrom Library, Chao Auditorium  
UofL Garden Commons Spring Workdays (Service learning opportunity)

UofL Garden Commons Spring Workdays (Service... 12pm

Student Affairs, Student Involvement

UofL Garden Commons Spring Workdays (Service learning opportunity) Every Monday at 1:00 PM Now to Apr. 24th Garden Commons at the Cultural Center ...

Garden Commons at the Cultural Center        
Garden Workday

Garden Workday 1pm

Health & Wellness, Service

The Garden Commons will be having open workdays every week for students and faculty to come volunteer in the campus garden. Weekly activities will vary week...

Cultural Center, Outside in the garden by the cultural center  
PLAN Workshop-Effectively Managing Teams in the Classroom and Workplace

PLAN Workshop-Effectively Managing Teams in the... 3pm

Training & Development, Academic / School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies, PLAN

Description. Time and again, in the classroom and the workplace, we assume that students or employees know how to effectively work in teams. The reality is...

Houchens Building, Room 105  
Guest Artist: Malgorzata Walentynowicz, piano

Guest Artist: Malgorzata Walentynowicz, piano 7pm

Music, Arts / Music, Instrumental/Vocal Performance (Applied Music Studies), Music Composition, School of Music

Malgorzata Walentynowicz won the 1st Prize at the 37th Gaudeamus Interpreters’ Competition in Amsterdam (2009) and 1st Prize at the Yvar Mikhashoff Trust for...

School of Music, Bird Recital Hall  

Tuesday, March 28

Ecolympics 2017

Ecolympics 2017 12am

Social, Service / Provost, Student Affairs, Housing

Two fun sustainability competitions to get you engaged in saving our one green planet! Kick-off Party! Monday, Feb. 13th 11am-2pm in SAC Multipurpose Room -...

University-wide  
Hygiene Product Drive

Hygiene Product Drive

Student Affairs, Student Involvement

AAUW will be collecting donations of; pads, panty liners, tampons and soft cups to support equality of the sexes. All donations will be presented in public...

see flier for locations  
How High The Water Was - The Flood of '37

How High The Water Was - The Flood of '37 8am

Arts, Exhibit / University Libraries, Archives & Special Collections, Photographic Archives, Rare Books, University Archives & Research Center

An exhibition of rarely seen memorabilia marking the 80th anniversary of the Ohio River Valley’s deepest flood ever recorded. The exhibition, which includes...

Ekstrom Library, LL17  
The ABCs of Weights and Measures

The ABCs of Weights and Measures 8am

Arts, Exhibit / University Libraries, Art Library

The ABCs of Weights and Measures shows how our personal and physical identities are shaped by the testing and quantification of specific human measurement...

Schneider Hall, Bridwell Art Library  
Professional Speaking

Professional Speaking 8:30am

Provost, Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning, Professional Development

Get your feet wet with this performance course that provides practical training in speech preparation and delivery. This class will empower participants to...

Shelby Campus  
Arts and Cultures Festival

Arts and Cultures Festival 10am

Student Affairs, Student Involvement

Join the Student Activities Board and the Hite Art Institute for a taste of Louisville's culture at the Local Arts and Cultures Festival in between your...

West Lawn/West Plaza/Red Barn  
Festival of Languages: Cultures Around the World

Festival of Languages: Cultures Around the World 11am

Music, Arts, Dance, Social, Exhibit / Arts & Sciences, Classical/Modern Languages, Spanish

A Celebration of Cultures and Languages from Around the World. Informational booths, food tasting, entertainment.

George J. Howe Red Barn  
Online Info Session: Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership & Learning

Online Info Session: Bachelor of Science in... 12pm

Admissions / Education & Human Development, Leadership, Foundations & Human Resource Education

Join one of our upcoming online info sessions to learn more about our bachelor's degree in organizational leadership and learning. Discover how you can earn...

Online  
Arts Entrepreneurship and  the Innovative Learning Environment • Lecture by Visiting Artist Adrienne Callander

Arts Entrepreneurship and the Innovative... 12:15pm

Arts, Social, Alumni, Talk, Academic / Arts & Sciences, Fine Arts, Hite Art Institute

Adrienne Callander will speak on Arts Entrepreneurship as an agile platform capable of adapting to various pedagogical contexts. Callander is the inaugural...

Schneider Hall Galleries, Gallery X  
Green Landscape Management Equipment Expo

Green Landscape Management Equipment Expo 12:30pm

Training & Development

Come see green-powered (non-gasoline/diesel) equipment and see how advanced “clean” has become. Feel it, use it, drive it and talk with...

Grounds Maintenance Shop, back lot  
Information Session: A&S Short-Term Study Abroad 2018 Northern Ireland

Information Session: A&S Short-Term Study... 12:30pm

Ireland: ISL&RP Northen Ireland: Information session, Spring Term 2018 (May travel dates)

135 Life Sciences  
PLAN Workshop-Professional Mock Interview

PLAN Workshop-Professional Mock Interview 12:30pm

Training & Development, Academic / School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies, PLAN

Description. Have you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall to see how someone else’s job interview went? Do you wish you could get honest feedback about how...

Houchens Building, Room 105  
Healthy Journey for Two Baby Shower

Healthy Journey for Two Baby Shower 2pm

Health & Wellness

A representative from Centerstone (formerly Seven Counties) is coming to campus to host an educational baby shower for any pregnant woman (student, faculty,...

Student Activities Center (SAC), 303A  
Webinar on Social Movements: "How Does the Past Inform Today?"

Webinar on Social Movements: "How Does the... 2pm

How have social movements taken shape? What was accomplished? How does the past inform today’s events? Primary source collections foster critical thinking...

Ekstrom Library, W102  
Destress your Mess: Self Care and Soft Serve

Destress your Mess: Self Care and Soft Serve 5:30pm

Social

This event will be about self-care, and how we can cope with not just the stress from our personal lives, but outside stress as well. The Muslim Students...

Shumaker Research Building, 139  
Free 4-Part GMAT Workshop

Free 4-Part GMAT Workshop 5:30pm

Training & Development, Academic / Business, College of Business

Since it's March Madness" prepare for the GMAT now and "Slam Dunk It." Join us for a Free 4-Part GMAT Workshop series on Tuesday evenings from 5:30...

Harry Frazier Hall - College of Business, 106  
Animal Welfare Committee Meeting

Animal Welfare Committee Meeting 6pm

Student Affairs, Student Involvement

Come join the Animal Welfare committee at their meetings to discuss upcoming engagement and service opportunities regarding animals in the community and on...

ELSB Office  
Creative Writing Group

Creative Writing Group 6pm

Arts, Social, Training & Development, Meetings / Arts & Sciences, English, Writing Center

If you enjoy creative writing, then the University Writing Center’s new Creative Writing Groups may be just the place for you. In this group, we will work...

Ekstrom Library, University Writing Center, First Floor  
Global Initiatives Committee Meeting

Global Initiatives Committee Meeting 6pm

Student Affairs, Student Involvement

Join the Engage Lead Serve Board's Global Initiatives committee for our (biweekly) meetings! Help us plan events on campus and in the community. All are...

ELSB Office (located in the back of room W310 in the SAC); 2100 S. Floyd Street Louisville, KY 40208  
PMP Exam Facilitated Study

PMP Exam Facilitated Study 6pm

Training & Development / Provost, Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning, Professional Development

Business professionals have said that the PMP Exam is the most difficult professional certification exam out there. Guarantee your PMP certification with our...

Shelby Campus  
Student Bar Foundation Charity Auction

Student Bar Foundation Charity Auction 6pm

Law, Brandeis School of Law

The Student Bar Foundation at the Brandeis School of Law is hosting its 20th annual charity auction. Silent auction items include an electric guitar from...

Highlands Taproom  

Wednesday, March 29

Ecolympics 2017

Ecolympics 2017 12am

Social, Service / Provost, Student Affairs, Housing

Two fun sustainability competitions to get you engaged in saving our one green planet! Kick-off Party! Monday, Feb. 13th 11am-2pm in SAC Multipurpose Room -...

University-wide  
Hygiene Product Drive

Hygiene Product Drive

Student Affairs, Student Involvement

AAUW will be collecting donations of; pads, panty liners, tampons and soft cups to support equality of the sexes. All donations will be presented in public...

see flier for locations  
How High The Water Was - The Flood of '37

How High The Water Was - The Flood of '37 8am

Arts, Exhibit / University Libraries, Archives & Special Collections, Photographic Archives, Rare Books, University Archives & Research Center

An exhibition of rarely seen memorabilia marking the 80th anniversary of the Ohio River Valley’s deepest flood ever recorded. The exhibition, which includes...

Ekstrom Library, LL17  
Marcha con César Chavez

Marcha con César Chavez 8am

Social, Academic, Service / Arts & Sciences, Classical/Modern Languages, Spanish

Celebremos la cultura hispana: ¡Marcha con César Chávez! A commemorative march in honor of students’ dedication to acquiring Spanish as a second language...

Ekstrom Library, Outside steps (East Entrance)  
The ABCs of Weights and Measures

The ABCs of Weights and Measures 8am

Arts, Exhibit / University Libraries, Art Library

The ABCs of Weights and Measures shows how our personal and physical identities are shaped by the testing and quantification of specific human measurement...

Schneider Hall, Bridwell Art Library  
Painting in the Network:  Algorithm and Appropriation

Painting in the Network: Algorithm and... 11am

Arts, Exhibit / Arts & Sciences, Fine Arts, Hite Art Institute

The Hite Art Institute is pleased to announce the opening of “Painting in the Network: Algorithm and Appropriation,” an exhibition of seven contemporary...

Cressman Center for Visual Art, Gallery  
UofL Free Store

UofL Free Store 11am

Social, Service / Provost

The UofL Free Store will be open Wednesdays from 11am-2pm throughout Spring 2017 (1/25 to 4/19 except Spring Break 3/15). All students, faculty & staff are...

Unitas Tower, Basement entrance off Cardinal Blvd.  
Cardiovascular Medicine Grand Rounds

Cardiovascular Medicine Grand Rounds 12pm

Talk / Medicine, School of Medicine

Cardiovascular Medicine Grand Rounds features expert speakers presenting educational and informational lectures regarding all facets of cardiovascular medicine.

Jewish Hospital Rudd Heart & Lung Conference Center, Great Halls I & II, 16th Floor  
Career Development Series: Internship Boot Camp

Career Development Series: Internship Boot Camp 12:30pm

Student Affairs, Student Involvement

Join the Career Development Center and the Cultural Center to learn what it takes to score your dream internship. This lunch workshop will introduce the new...

Cultural Center  
CARDS ADULTING: Budgeting Workshop

CARDS ADULTING: Budgeting Workshop 1pm

Student Affairs, Student Involvement

Was it your new year's resolution to save more money? This is the workshop for you! Join the Student-Parent Association in a brief workshop with Commonwealth...

Muhammad Ali Institute at U of L; 2nd Floor of the Ekstrom Library  
Cards Adulting: Budgeting

Cards Adulting: Budgeting 1pm

Social, Talk, Meetings / Provost, Women’s Center

Was it your new year's resolution to save more money? This is the workshop for you! Join the Student-Parent Association in a brief workshop with Commonwealth...

Muhammad Ali Institute Conference Room  
Conflict Resolution

Conflict Resolution 2pm

Training & Development

Conflict on the job is a universal phenomenon and if left unchecked can have a destructive effect on productivity, teamwork and morale. Depending on how...

Human Resources , Training Room  
Endocrine Grand Rounds

Endocrine Grand Rounds 4pm

Talk / Medicine, Medicine Department

Weekly Endocrine Grand Rounds lecture featuring speakers presenting educational information about endocrinolgy, metabolism and diabetes.

Baxter II Research Building, Lower Level, Room 038  
Softball Vs. Indiana

Softball Vs. Indiana 6pm

Sports

The Cardinals take on Indiana.

Ulmer Stadium  
Get Out Movie

Get Out Movie 6:15pm

Social / Student Affairs, Student Involvement

The Association of Black Students is proud to announce that on Wednesday, March 29 we will be taking 40 students to see the movie Get Out at Stonybrook...

Stonybrook Cinemas  

Thursday, March 30

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Visit to the Allen Court Room: March 30, 1967

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Visit to the Allen...

Law, Brandeis School of Law

The Brandeis School of Law Library is marking the 50th anniversary of Dr. King’s visit to the law school on March 30, 1967. Dr. King visited Louisville many...

Brandeis School of Law, 275  
Ecolympics 2017

Ecolympics 2017 12am

Social, Service / Provost, Student Affairs, Housing

Two fun sustainability competitions to get you engaged in saving our one green planet! Kick-off Party! Monday, Feb. 13th 11am-2pm in SAC Multipurpose Room -...

University-wide  
Hygiene Product Drive

Hygiene Product Drive

Student Affairs, Student Involvement

AAUW will be collecting donations of; pads, panty liners, tampons and soft cups to support equality of the sexes. All donations will be presented in public...

see flier for locations  
Department of Medicine Grand Rounds

Department of Medicine Grand Rounds 8am

Talk, Academic / Medicine

University of Louisville Department of Medicine Grand Rounds is a weekly Continuing Medical Education lecture series aimed at faculty, fellows, residents and...

Ambulatory Care Building, Auditorium  
How High The Water Was - The Flood of '37

How High The Water Was - The Flood of '37 8am

Arts, Exhibit / University Libraries, Archives & Special Collections, Photographic Archives, Rare Books, University Archives & Research Center

An exhibition of rarely seen memorabilia marking the 80th anniversary of the Ohio River Valley’s deepest flood ever recorded. The exhibition, which includes...

Ekstrom Library, LL17  
The ABCs of Weights and Measures

The ABCs of Weights and Measures 8am

Arts, Exhibit / University Libraries, Art Library

The ABCs of Weights and Measures shows how our personal and physical identities are shaped by the testing and quantification of specific human measurement...

Schneider Hall, Bridwell Art Library  
Painting in the Network:  Algorithm and Appropriation

Painting in the Network: Algorithm and... 11am

Arts, Exhibit / Arts & Sciences, Fine Arts, Hite Art Institute

The Hite Art Institute is pleased to announce the opening of “Painting in the Network: Algorithm and Appropriation,” an exhibition of seven contemporary...

Cressman Center for Visual Art, Gallery  
Hill Street Blues?! Public Meetings on Redesign

Hill Street Blues?! Public Meetings on Redesign 11:30am

Meetings / Provost

Two separate meetings - attend whichever is convenient for you: 11:30am-1:30pm OR 5pm-7pm Members of the university community and the public are encouraged...

Ekstrom Library, W210  
HSC RSO President's Council Meeting-Taxes, EIN Numbers and Bank accounts

HSC RSO President's Council Meeting-Taxes, EIN... 12pm

Student Affairs, Student Involvement

Taxes, EIN Numbers and Bank accounts David M. Woods, UofL Assistant Treasurer and Jonathan Rexroat, UofL Tax Manager will be on hand to answer your...

HB102 (HSC Instructional Building 102)  
Career Success through A&S

Career Success through A&S 3pm

Have you ever wondered what you are going to do with your Arts & Sciences degree post-graduation? The College of Arts and Sciences Student Council is...

University Club  
Sharon Leon, "Open, Engaged, and Humane: The Past and Present of Digital Public History"

Sharon Leon, "Open, Engaged, and Humane:... 4pm

Talk, Academic / Arts & Sciences, Commonwealth Center for the Humanities and Society, History, Humanities

"Open, Engaged, and Humane: The Past and Present of Digital Public History" Sharon Leon, George Mason University Director of Public Projects, Roy Rosenzweig...

Ekstrom Library, Elaine Chao Auditorium  
Investors & Entrepreneurs: Different Perspectives

Investors & Entrepreneurs: Different... 4:30pm

Talk / Business, John H Schnatter Center for Free Enterprise

What makes an investor say "yes" or "no" to an investment opportunity? Why would a successful corporate exec make the entrepreneurial leap? Moderated by...

Harry Frazier Hall - College of Business, PNC Horn Auditorium  
Hill Street Blues?! Public Meetings on Redesign

Hill Street Blues?! Public Meetings on Redesign 5pm

Meetings / Provost

Two separate meetings - attend whichever is convenient for you: 11:30am-1:30pm OR 5pm-7pm Members of the university community and the public are encouraged...

Ekstrom Library, W210  
Society of Porter Scholars Barbeque

Society of Porter Scholars Barbeque 5pm

Social

Join us for some good food and music as we elect the 2017-2018 Society of Porter Scholars Executive Board.

Cultural Center, Multipurpose Room  
First Meeting of the Spring Semester

First Meeting of the Spring Semester 6pm

Student Affairs, Student Involvement

We will be holding the first meeting of the spring semester next Thursday in room w104 of the Estkrom Library. There's gonna be free pizza and an election...

Room w104 Estkrom Library  
Project Management Practical Application

Project Management Practical Application 6pm

Training & Development / Provost, Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning, Professional Development

Prerequisite: Successful completion of Fundamentals of Project Management or equivalent training. This requirement is waived for those with PMP certification...

 

Friday, March 31

Ecolympics 2017

Ecolympics 2017 12am

Social, Service / Provost, Student Affairs, Housing

Two fun sustainability competitions to get you engaged in saving our one green planet! Kick-off Party! Monday, Feb. 13th 11am-2pm in SAC Multipurpose Room -...

University-wide  
Hygiene Product Drive

Hygiene Product Drive

Student Affairs, Student Involvement

AAUW will be collecting donations of; pads, panty liners, tampons and soft cups to support equality of the sexes. All donations will be presented in public...

see flier for locations  
How High The Water Was - The Flood of '37

How High The Water Was - The Flood of '37 8am

Arts, Exhibit / University Libraries, Archives & Special Collections, Photographic Archives, Rare Books, University Archives & Research Center

An exhibition of rarely seen memorabilia marking the 80th anniversary of the Ohio River Valley’s deepest flood ever recorded. The exhibition, which includes...

Ekstrom Library, LL17  
The ABCs of Weights and Measures

The ABCs of Weights and Measures 8am

Arts, Exhibit / University Libraries, Art Library

The ABCs of Weights and Measures shows how our personal and physical identities are shaped by the testing and quantification of specific human measurement...

Schneider Hall, Bridwell Art Library  
hacktheville 2017

hacktheville 2017 9am

Academic, Service / Arts & Sciences, Classical/Modern Languages, Commonwealth Center for the Humanities and Society, English, Geography/Geosciences, History, Geographic Information Systems, Center for

Concerned about immigrant and refugee rights? Get involved @ hacktheville 2017 Calling all amateur and professional designers, developers, creative writers,...

Bingham Humanities Building, 300  
Uspiritus Cardinal Career Trek

Uspiritus Cardinal Career Trek 9:30am

Training & Development / Student Affairs, Career Development Center

This event is an opportunity for students to explore and network with professionals at Uspiritus. Students will tour the facility, and hear from a panel of...

Houchens Building, LL03, Career Development Center  
Men's Tennis Vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff

Men's Tennis Vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff 10am

Sports

The Cardinals take on the University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff.

Bass Rudd Tennis Center  
Painting in the Network:  Algorithm and Appropriation

Painting in the Network: Algorithm and... 11am

Arts, Exhibit / Arts & Sciences, Fine Arts, Hite Art Institute

The Hite Art Institute is pleased to announce the opening of “Painting in the Network: Algorithm and Appropriation,” an exhibition of seven contemporary...

Cressman Center for Visual Art, Gallery  
Sustainability Roundtable

Sustainability Roundtable 11am

Talk / Provost

Please join us for UofL's Sustainability Roundtable series on alternating Fridays at 11am January 20th through April 14th! The format is a 30-40 minute...

Life Sciences Building, 135  
Islam Awareness Week Friday Prayer (Jummah)

Islam Awareness Week Friday Prayer (Jummah) 1:30pm

This will be a Friday prayer (Jummah) hosted by the Muslim Students Association as part of Islam Awareness Week 2017.

Shumaker Research Building, 139  
Harness the Power of Virtual Reality: screening and discussion

Harness the Power of Virtual Reality: screening... 2pm

Arts, Social, Film, Talk, Academic / Arts & Sciences, Commonwealth Center for the Humanities and Society, Film and Digital Media Studies

If you can’t make it to the 2017 Tribeca Immersive Virtual Arcade to experience the cutting-edge interactive storytelling utilizing virtual reality (VR) film...

Gheens Science Hall Rauch Planetarium  
Guest Artist: Anne Drummond, flute, with UofL Jazz Faculty

Guest Artist: Anne Drummond, flute, with UofL... 7pm

Music, Arts / Music, Instrumental/Vocal Performance (Applied Music Studies), Jazz, School of Music

Flutist, pianist, and composer Anne Drummond practices and teaches improvisational music. She has been performing internationally since 1997, and as of 2006,...

Clifton Center, Eifler Theatre  
Men's Tennis Vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff

Men's Tennis Vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff 7pm

Sports

The Cardinals take on the University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff.

Bass Rudd Tennis Center  

Saturday, April 1

Dissertation Writing Retreat- Applications Due

Dissertation Writing Retreat- Applications Due

Academic / Arts & Sciences, Writing Center, School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies

The University Writing Center will host its sixth annual Dissertation Writing Retreat from May 22 thru May 26, 2017. We encourage all writers currently...

University Writing Center  
Ecolympics 2017

Ecolympics 2017 12am

Social, Service / Provost, Student Affairs, Housing

Two fun sustainability competitions to get you engaged in saving our one green planet! Kick-off Party! Monday, Feb. 13th 11am-2pm in SAC Multipurpose Room -...

University-wide  
Hygiene Product Drive

Hygiene Product Drive

Student Affairs, Student Involvement

AAUW will be collecting donations of; pads, panty liners, tampons and soft cups to support equality of the sexes. All donations will be presented in public...

see flier for locations  
Think College Now!

Think College Now! 8:45am

Social, Admissions, Academic / Provost, Admissions

We invite high school students to a day of programming that will include speakers, campus tours, financial aid information, workshops, college fair and...

Stickler Hall, 2010 S Avery Court Walk, Louisville, KY 40208  
Painting in the Network:  Algorithm and Appropriation

Painting in the Network: Algorithm and... 11am

Arts, Exhibit / Arts & Sciences, Fine Arts, Hite Art Institute

The Hite Art Institute is pleased to announce the opening of “Painting in the Network: Algorithm and Appropriation,” an exhibition of seven contemporary...

Cressman Center for Visual Art, Gallery  
Softball Vs. Notre Dame

Softball Vs. Notre Dame 12pm

Sports

The Cardinals take on Notre Dame.

Ulmer Stadium  

Sunday, April 2

Hygiene Product Drive

Hygiene Product Drive

Student Affairs, Student Involvement

AAUW will be collecting donations of; pads, panty liners, tampons and soft cups to support equality of the sexes. All donations will be presented in public...

see flier for locations  
Softball Vs. Notre Dame

Softball Vs. Notre Dame 3pm

Sports

The Cardinals take on Notre Dame.

Ulmer Stadium  
University Wind Symphony & Symphonic Band

University Wind Symphony & Symphonic Band 3pm

Music, Arts / Music, Conducting, Instrumental/Vocal Performance (Applied Music Studies), School of Music

The University of Louisville Wind Ensemble is widely known for its persuasive performances of significant works representing a variety of styles in the wind...

School of Music, Comstock Concert Hall  
Sunday Mass and Dinner

Sunday Mass and Dinner 5pm

Student Affairs, Student Involvement

Join the Catholic community on campus for Mass every week!

Interfaith Center  
CANCELED - University Chorus & Collegiate Chorale

CANCELED - University Chorus & Collegiate... 7:30pm

Music, Arts / Music, Conducting, Instrumental/Vocal Performance (Applied Music Studies), School of Music

*Note: this event has been canceled. Collegiate Chorale, directed by Kent Hatteberg, is the premier choral ensemble of the School of Music. The Chorale...

School of Music, Comstock Concert Hall  

March 27 - April 2, 2017

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