Louisville Celebrates Graduating Students’ College Pursuits

May 18, 2015

On Monday, Poynter joined nearly 1,500 other Louisville high school seniors at the KFC Yum Center in downtown Louisville at an event celebrating the commitment to go to college. Read Story

Louisville’s Simmons College Officially Recognized as a Historically Black College

April 13, 2015

Louisville’s Simmons College of Kentucky has been officially designated as a Historically Black College and University, or HBCU. Read Story


Kentucky Community and Technical College System Freezes Tuition in 2015-2016

March 13, 2015

The Kentucky Community and Technical College System will keep its tuition the same for the next academic year. Read Story


Jefferson Community College President Tony Newberry Is Retiring

February 13, 2015

Dr. Tony Newberry is stepping down after 12 years on the job. Read Story

Centre College Announces $20 Million Gift

February 2, 2015

Centre College has landed a $20 million gift as part of an ongoing $200 million fundraising campaign that would approach the amount of a single donation the liberal arts college thought it was receiving but ultimately lost out on. Read Story


Kentucky Community & Technical College System Releases Details of President Emeritus Deal

January 22, 2015

The school system defines what exactly former leader Michael McCall will do in his year as president emeritus. McCall, one of the highest-paid community college administrators in the country, received a generous package upon his retirement from KCTCS. Read Story

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University of Louisville Gets $12.6 Million Gift for Music, Athletics

January 20, 2015

The University of Louisville's School of Music and athletics department will share a $12.6 million gift from retired pilot and investor Max Baumgardner of Louisville. Read Story


KCTCS Trustees to Release Details of Outgoing President Michael McCall’s Emeritus Duties

January 15, 2015

The Kentucky Community & Technical College System trustees meet Friday in Versailles to review the duties of outgoing President Michael McCall. Read Story


Kentucky University to Offer Scholarships for Gamers

January 8, 2015

The University of Pikeville will offer 20 scholarships this fall to students who excel in the online multi-player game, “League of Legends.” Read Story

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Strange Fruit: How Cabbage Patch Settlement House Helps Louisville’s At-Risk Kids

December 29, 2014

Strange Fruit learns about Louisville's Cabbage Patch Settlement House and their work with at-risk kids. In Juicy Fruit, we discuss the backlash against reality show Sorority Sisters, and a spoof song about the death of Michael Brown. Read Story


Need Financial Aid? Kentucky Students Should Apply Soon.

December 28, 2014

Kentucky’s higher education officials are urging students preparing to enter college this fall—or who are already enrolled—to turn in financial aid documents soon after the opening period begins Jan. 1. “If someone is on the fence a little bit about … Read Story

New Bellarmine Grant to Support Women in Science

December 14, 2014

Female undergraduates pursing science degrees at Bellarmine University will get additional support under a new grant. The Clare Booth Luce Program will provide stipends to 10 women who are pursuing undergraduate degrees in biochemistry, chemistry, geology, computer science, physics or environmental … Read Story