- Interactive: Crime Log at U of L
- President Ramsey given raise, reviews year
- Op-Ed: Stop passing the cost to students
- President Ramsey receives performance review
- New associate vice president for alumni relations appointed
- George J. Howe Red Barn turns 45: Come Celebrate!
- Emails fail to send after attempt to upgrade software – part three
- Handling the competition: U of L business team places nationally
- Brief: U of L renaming research building
- U of L releases audit results to public
All posts by Noah Allison
Louisville men fall to Memphis, 72-66
By Noah Allison The faithful fans of Louisville basketball can go ahead and shave their beards, the winning streak is no more. Louisville fell to Memphis 72-66 March 1 to end their seven-game win streak....
- Posted March 1, 2014
Smith’s last-second shot lifts Cardinals past Bearcats, 58-57
By Noah Allison The Cardinals of this year have needed a spark, a moment where magic is made possible and adopted as a part of the game plan. On Saturday in Cincinnati it finally came, with 2.2...
- Posted February 22, 2014
Pitino’s Cardinals defeat USF 80-54, win fifth game in a row
U of L won its fifth game in a row Tuesday night after defeating USF 80-54. Senior guard Russ Smith led the Cardinals in scoring with 19 points, also contributing five rebounds, two assists and...
- Posted February 19, 2014
Pitino joins in speaking up for Autism
By Annie Moore– Watching Louisville’s game against Central Florida on Saturday, or any other game on Saturday for that matter, you may have noticed the coaches wearing small, blue puzzle pieces on their lapels. These small pins...
- Posted February 7, 2014
Louisville’s men improve to 19-4 with win at Houston
By Noah Allison– The University of Louisville men’s basketball team left Houston Wednesday night with a 77-62 win and now stand at 19-4 overall with a 9-2 record in AAC play. The number 14 Cards were led...
- Posted February 6, 2014
Men’s Tennis improves to 5-1 with double-header victory
The University of Louisville’s Men’s Tennis team ends the month of January competition with a 5-1 record. Their lone loss coming to the nations number five program Ohio State. This past Thursday the Cards spent their day...
- Posted February 1, 2014
Cincinnati holds onto victory despite Cardinals’ comeback
Miscues, breakdowns and a painfully familiar theme in many tough wins and painful losses throughout the season prevailed again to the woe of Card Nation as they lost Thursday night to the University of Cincinnati. In the...
- Posted January 31, 2014
Montrezl Harrell, sophomore sensation
By Noah Allison I would have started this story ranting about how sophomore power forward, and the team’s third captain Montrezl Harrell isn’t getting enough credit for his production to the team. But at this point I’m...
- Posted January 22, 2014