All posts by Rachel Sorgen

About Rachel Sorgen

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    Update your resumé to stand out

    By Rachel Sorgen– On the hunt for a job? Perhaps you are looking to grab a summer internship, land your first full-time job or you are simply in need of work. One thing is for sure —...

    • Posted March 25, 2016
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    No money? No problem at the U of L free store

    By Rachel Sorgen– It’s every college student’s dream: free things. The majority of college students are on a tight budget, but they are still in need of necessities. U of L’s Free Store gives away everyday items you may...

    • Posted March 5, 2016
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    El Molcajete serves up authentic Mexican food

    By Rachel Sorgen– A hidden gem, El Molcajete can be classified as a hole-in-the-wall Mexican restaurant. One large square room holds about ten tables and a single counter bar in the back. While small, it is clean...

    • Posted February 25, 2016
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  • Cardinal Bhangra spreads Indian culture awareness through dance

    By Rachel Sorgen–  Fun, powerful, energetic and entertaining. These are the words Rukmini Yakkanti used to describe the Cardinal Bhangra dance team. A senior at U of L, Yakkanti is currently co-captain and president of Cardinal Bhangra. Yakkanti’s...

    • Posted February 19, 2016
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    Plan a special date for your Valentine’s bae

    By Rachel Sorgen–  Whether you’ve been dating for a few weeks or over a year, here are some Valentine’s Day date night ideas for you and that special someone. Paint and sip Involving a little creativity and...

    • Posted February 5, 2016
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    ‘Bloodline Rumba’ highlights the impact of culture and history

    By Rachel Sorgen– In a play that ties the past with the present, “Bloodline Rumba” highlights racial tensions and Cuban history. The play takes the audience back in time to early 1900s in Cuba. Through Sara, one of...

    • Posted February 3, 2016
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    “Bloodline Rumba” premieres at Thrust Theatre

    By Rachel Sorgen– Be a part of a world premiere and come see “Bloodline Rumba” at the Thrust Theatre. Written by one of U of L’s own, John Chenault, “Bloodline Rumba” tells the story of a Cuban-American medical...

    • Posted January 30, 2016
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    Fireships To Play The Monkey Wrench

    By Rachel Sorgen– The band Fireships will be playing at The Monkey Wrench on Jan. 13 at 8 p.m. They will be performing songs from their self-titled debut album from April 2015. Last year they performed in...

    • Posted January 5, 2016
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  • Fall for these break ideas

    Whether you’re staying in Louisville or looking for a weekend getaway, the Cardinal scoped out the best things to do over fall break: St. James Art Fair The St. James Art Fair is back, celebrating its 59th...

    • Posted September 28, 2015
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    Native American Film Festival coming to campus

    The University of Louisville, with the help of Selene Phillips and Margaret D’Silva, will be hosting its first Native American Film Festival starting Sept. 21. D’Silva, director of the Intercultural Center on campus, came up with the...

    • Posted September 18, 2015
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