- Increased bike traffic leads to overcrowded bike racks
- TARC shuttle will go to off-campus housing
- Women’s soccer perseveres in 3-2 overtime comeback
- Men’s soccer dismantles Duke in 5-0 victory
- Realistic expectations kick in as Louisville loses in Virginia, 23-21
- The Grove receives Temporary Certificate of Occupancy, will be reinspected in October
- PHOTOS: Iconic silos fully demolished
- Editorial: It shouldn’t take a stabbing for U of L to ramp up security
- The Grove cleans up mold in student room
- BizzyBee Delivers the Most Important Meal of the Day
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Editorial: It shouldn’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’...
- Posted September 14, 2014
Slightly-off rock: Broncho, Low Litas to play Zanzabar
By Lara Kinne It is officially summer’s last call. Salute its end this Tuesday with a knockout showcase, featuring Oklahoma bands Broncho, Low Litas, and Louisville’s own Mote. Broncho embarks on a fall tour on the heels...
- Posted September 6, 2014
Op-Ed: Stop passing the cost to students
By Brandon McReynolds– Over the past five years, despite constant budget cuts, I have seen the University of Louisville grow in an almost unprecedented fashion. Sadly the cost of the cost of campus growth has been pushed...
- Posted July 14, 2014
University of Louisville officially joins Atlantic Coast Conference
Senior wide-out DeVante Parker ran away with the competition his first three years at U of L. The outstanding senior talent has 16 career touchdowns and is one of many exciting students bringing their potential to the...
- Posted July 2, 2014
Rain or shine play ball, U of L baseball defeats UK to advance to Super Regional
By Derek Brightwell An almost four hour rain delay on Sunday did not dampen the Louisville Cardinals’ bats nor the crowds excitement. U of L defeated their bitter rivals, the University of Kentucky, in the NCAA Regional...
- Posted June 2, 2014
Women’s Golf and Men’s Basketball stand out for academic success
By Noah Allison U of L’s student athletes perform well in both the athletic and academic realms. Both the women’s golf team and men’s basketball team are among the top 10 percent in their respective sports’...
- Posted May 8, 2014
Cardinals defeat Rutgers 102-54
When Louisville first played Rutgers in New Jersey a little over a month ago, they left with their closest margin of victory on the season. Beating the Scarlet Knights 83-76. When Rutgers re-matched the Cards Sunday night...
- Posted February 17, 2014
Cardinal Towne: Can new management solve old problems?
By: Savion Taylor Cardinal Towne has transferred ownership to American Campus Communities. The change took place a little over a week ago. The reason behind the change in management is unknown. With students already upset with the...
- Posted December 10, 2013
U of L athletics serve many positive purposes
By Michelle Lewis– During the “Year of The Cardinal” as this past year has been dubbed the University of Louisville saw a huge jump in admission applications and quality of applicants. The school has also seen increased...
- Posted December 4, 2013
Finding the balance between simplicity and excess
By Daniel Runnels– Reduce, reuse, and recycle. The three R’s are well-known. You can even put a cute little symbol on a bumper sticker or product packaging to let it be known that you are into...
- Posted December 4, 2013