Events

Friday, February 9

Ecolympics 2018

Two fun sustainability competitions to get you engaged in saving our one green planet! Post your sustainable actions with #ULEcolympics2018 to win a...

From #MeToo to #NowWhat: The Role of Law in Responding to the #MeToo Social Media Campaign

The #metoo social movement, which began in 1996 with Tarana Burke but has recently gained momentum, has become a rallying cry for women and men who have been...

Selections from the Teachings of James Grubola

On View: January 8 - February 9, 2018 Reception: January 11, 2018 5-7 p.m. This winter, the Hite Art Institute will host a two-part exhibition featuring and...

Axton Master Class by Kristen Radtke

Kristen Radtke will lead a master class with UofL creative writing students. She is the author of the graphic nonfiction book Imagine Wanting Only This...

Voter Registration on Campus on FRIDAYS

Most every Friday during the semester a representative from the County Clerk's office will be on campus to help answer any voting questions you may have as...

James Grubola: The Friday (and Thursday) Sessions

On View: January 19 - February 24, 2018 Reception: January 19, 2018 6-9PM The Hite Art Institute will host a two-part exhibition featuring and celebrating...

Study Abroad Informational

The U of L Study Abroad Office is coming to Kurz Hall to bring honors students information about their opportunities abroad. Need information about available...

ODK Interest Meeting

First meeting of the semester. All current members and anyone interested in joining ODK are encouraged to attend. During this meeting, we'll discuss the...

FREE Bachata Lessons every Friday in February on HSC

Learn to dance Bachata, with simple, step-by- step instructions by Cherie Lanier. The top 5 reasons to learn Bachata are: 1) social benefits, 2) fitness,...

Garden Commons Spring Workdays

Join us in UofL's organic garden and greenhouse for our group workdays! Learn (by doing) how to grow hyper-local, super-delicious vegetables, herbs, and...

French Film Festival: FATIMA

Fatima is a middle-aged, divorced Algerian woman living in a French suburb, cleaning houses and offices from dawn to dusk to provide her spirited teenage...

Sarah Sentilles, "Why Art Now: Ethics, God, and Images of 'Others'"

What if being confronted by someone utterly different from you—someone you are opposed to, confused by, scared of, someone you can’t understand—signaled...

How To Start A Wildfire: A Play of Shared Stories to End Violence

How To Start A Wildfire is a new play of shared stories around power-based personal violence. Written and performed by THE COMPANY, a group of survivors...

Friday, February 9

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