LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) UofL President Dr. James Ramsey is catching heat Thursday, and it has nothing to do with Rick Pitino or Katina Powell. Instead, the university has found itself apologizing for" a mistake" and causing" hurt" at a staff luncheon Wednesday at which attendees donned Halloween Jul 28, 2016 Oct. 28, 2015: University of Louisville President James Ramsey, lower right, and his wife, Jane, upper left, host a Halloween party.
The University of Louisville has apologized after the photo surfaced showing Ramsey among staffers dressed in stereotypical Mexican costumes. UofL President Ramsey issues new apology for Halloween costume T23: 50: 46Z T23: 50: 09Z UofL President James Ramsey released a new letter of apology to faculty, staff and students Thursday for the Halloween costumes he and his staff wore last month. Jul 28, 2016 James Ramsey has resigned as the University of Louisville's president, ending weeks of uncertainty over his status.
Timothy D. EasleyAP Amid two troubling investigations at the University of Louisville, school These have been a stressful 24 hours. On Oct. 27th, the President Ramsey and his staff dressed in costume wearing Mexican sombreros, mustaches, and veils in front of Amelia Place.
The executive board of the HLFSA had issue the following statement prior to the apology from the President's office. LOUISVILLE, Ky. The president of the University of Louisville is under fire because of Halloween costumes that he and some of his staff wore. James R. Ramsey (born November 14, 1948) is the former president of the University of Louisville, located in Louisville, Kentucky, and the former president of the closely related University of Louisville Foundation.
Oct 30, 2015 Oct. 28, 2015: University of Louisville President James Ramsey, lower right, and his President ramsey louisville halloween hours, Jane, upper left, host a Halloween party. The University of Louisville has apologized after the photo surfaced showing Ramsey among staffers dressed in stereotypical Mexican costumes. University of Louisville President James Ramsey and his wife, Jane, hosted a stereotypical Halloween party. The photo, showing Ramsey in a multicolored poncho and sombrero alongside more than a dozen others, with some wearing fake mustaches, was published online by The CourierJournal on Wednesday as part of a photo gallery for a By Megan Brewer Former President James Ramsey is not a favorite here at U of L, and thats a hole he dug himself deep into.
Lets not forget this was also the man who was photographed wearing a racially insensitive Halloween costume. He and many U of L staff members wore stereotypical costumes that some considered offensive to