The Louisville Cardinal U of L's Independent Student Newspaper 2018-08-14T23:34:15Z https://www.louisvillecardinal.com/feed/atom/ WordPress https://www.louisvillecardinal.com/media/2016/05/cropped-lc-logo-1-32x32.png Joseph Lyell <![CDATA[Bevin and Bendapudi unveil Belknap Academic Building]]> http://www.louisvillecardinal.com/?p=58494 2018-08-14T23:34:15Z 2018-08-14T23:09:50Z By Sam Combest — President Neeli Bendapudi and Kentucky Governor Bevin cut the ribbon to unveil the $80 million Belknap Academic Building Aug. 14. The new building has 165,000 square feet, four stories, and 50 classrooms, labs, seminar rooms and study areas. Benapudi touted small group-study stations, or “sticky spaces” in the common areas between […]

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By Sam Combest —

President Neeli Bendapudi and Kentucky Governor Bevin cut the ribbon to unveil the $80 million Belknap Academic Building Aug. 14.

The new building has 165,000 square feet, four stories, and 50 classrooms, labs, seminar rooms and study areas. Benapudi touted small group-study stations, or “sticky spaces” in the common areas between classrooms and offices.

“A study by the CPE, The Council of Post-Secondary Education found that U of L had the most critical shortage of classroom space of all Kentucky public univeristies,” Bendapudi said. “But today, ladies and gentleman this building changes all that.”

The second floor of the Academic Building is now home to the Student Success Center, which contains REACH, First-Year Experience and exploratory advising programs.

The new building features high-tech multimedia classrooms, with clusters of desks for active learning.

The lobby incorporates historically significant pieces of recycled wood from Crawford Gym, which was demolished to make way for the Academic Building.

“Symbolically we build on the past with all our efforts in the present to create a new future. Just like those steps, this entire building to me is symbolic of the relationship, the value, of U of L and the Commonwealth,” Bendapudi said.

Bendapudi hopes the building is a message to the world that U of L will thrive and excel as an academic institution.

After Benapudi’s remarks, Bevin directed applause to students in attendance.

“This building is the embodiment of this campus, this university, and the whole point of spending tax payer money on post-secondary education. It’s all about how we connect people, who will become the next leaders of this commonwealth and quite frankly, the world,” Bevin said.

He spoke of the building’s potential going beyond the classroom and the benefits of this new technology allowing faculty to empower students to face the real world.

Interim Provost Beth Boehm praised the Academic Building’s ability to host more contemporary forms of instruction and learning through new up-to-date technology.

“This building contains 20 state-of-the-art classrooms, with the best technology,” Boehm said. “There are 14 new science laboratories for anthropology, biology, chemistry and physics departments. There are 4 learning labs, where students can receive additional help through our student success center.”

Boehm said there are 7 seminar rooms for smaller class sizes, and 11 group study rooms that can be reserved by students.

Student Government Association President Jonathan Fuller said the building is a vital tool for student success and retention at U of L.

“The completion and opening of this building cannot come at a better time, a time when our campus in many ways is starting fresh and refocusing on our mission,” Fuller said. “This is more than a building though, this is an investment in our students.”

After the ribbon cutting ceremony, the public was given its first peek inside.

Photos by Joseph Lyell / The Louisville Cardinal

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Arry Schofield <![CDATA[Green Heart project launches, receives millions in funding]]> https://www.louisvillecardinal.com/?p=60762 2018-08-03T22:21:19Z 2018-08-03T22:16:34Z U of L organizes a research project to find the relationship between pollution and cardiovascular health. The U of L Envirome Institute launches Green Heart, a research project to study the relationship between environment and health.  Funded by grants from The Nature Conservancy and the the National Institute of Environmental Health Science, the Green Heart […]

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U of L organizes a research project to find the relationship between pollution and cardiovascular health.

The U of L Envirome Institute launches Green Heart, a research project to study the relationship between environment and health.  Funded by grants from The Nature Conservancy and the the National Institute of Environmental Health Science, the Green Heart project will conduct studies in South Louisville in the coming years.

Combined, these organizations have contributed $5 million, just short of Green Heart’s $8.7 million goal.

Globally, heart disease is the fourth leading cause of death, and pollution in urban areas is shown to be a direct cause.

In an effort to reduce heart disease and other health risks, while also benefiting the community, the Green Heart project will plant trees in south Louisville. To conduct the study, researchers plan to screen the residents for health problems, improve air quality, and conduct a second screening after its implementation.

Dr. Aruni Bhatnagar, specialist in environmental cardiology, is the front of the project.

“The Green Heart project is not a one step attempt. It is to see how the environment around us affects the way we live,” Dr. Bhatnagar said.

“This project, especially with Dr. Bhatngar’s deep experience and knowledge of environmental intersections with human health, provides an incredible opportunity to gain that evidence and create a platform for positive change in Louisville and beyond,” The Nature Conservancy of Kentucky’s David Phemister said.

“I think that this announcement will be one of the most important things in the city of Louisville,” Mayor Greg Fischer said.

Fischer and Bendapudi are both in support of the research because of the way it will impact the community.

“The Envirome Institute best represents what is called a town-gown relationship,” Bendapudi said, meaning that the university and the city can work as a partnership.

“Lets make Louisville known for being the best in the country at having a city and a university that works together,” Fischer said.

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Weston Payne http://louisvillecardinal.com <![CDATA[Football Position Breakdown: Defensive Line]]> https://www.louisvillecardinal.com/?p=60758 2018-07-31T18:14:52Z 2018-07-31T18:14:52Z By Weston Payne — Continuing with our position breakdowns, we now move to Louisville’s defense. Among the new faces is defensive coordinator Brian Van Gorder, former NFL defensive coordinator. Van Gorder comes into the 2018 season with a youthful Cardinal defense. The first challenge he will face is finding a scheme that best benefits his defensive unit. The […]

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By Weston Payne —

Continuing with our position breakdowns, we now move to Louisville’s defense. Among the new faces is defensive coordinator Brian Van Gorder, former NFL defensive coordinator. Van Gorder comes into the 2018 season with a youthful Cardinal defense. The first challenge he will face is finding a scheme that best benefits his defensive unit.

The Cardinals lost James Hearns and Trevor Young from this past season. Luckily, the familiar faces of Greenard, Robinson and Famurewa will help in the transition to this season on the defensive line.

Expected Starters:

Jonathan Greenard DE (R-Jr.)

Greenard is the most experienced of this group, making 14 starts in 25 games as a Cardinal. Greenard had a breakout year in 2017, where he accumulated 48 total tackles, 15.5 for a loss and seven sacks. Van Gorder will look to Greenard to be the leader of this defensive unit.

Henry Famurewa DL (R-Sr.)

Recruited as a linebacker, Famurewa brings speed and agility into the Cardinals’ interior defensive line. A reserve for much of 2016, Famurewa made his presence known in the 2017 season. He played all 13 games and compiled 23 total tackles.

G.G. Robinson DL (R-Jr.)

While Robinson was a reserve for much of the 2016 season, he took a step forward in 2017 with 28 total tackles in 13 games. He is seen as the thumper for this lean defensive line, standing 6-foot-4 and weighing 298 pounds.

Tabarius Peterson DL (R-So.)

Listed as a linebacker, Peterson tends to play as a defensive end in Louisville’s 3-4 technique. Peterson saw plenty of action as a standout on the special team unit. Built as a prototype pass rusher, with long arms and lean frame, the redshirt sophomore should contend for starting minutes.

Key Backups:

Derek Dorsey DL (R-So.)

Dorsey, the hometown kid from duPont Manual High, contributed in 2017 with eight total tackles in 11 games played. Dorsey looks to continue improving his technique and become a regular in the rotation this upcoming season.

Michael Boykin DL (Jr.)

Michael Boykin, JUCO transfer out of Mississippi Gulf Coast CC, looks to make an impression as one of the new faces in the locker room. With legitimate NFL size, Boykin should immediately make an impact in stuffing the run.

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Conner Farrell <![CDATA[Football Position Breakdown: Special teams]]> https://www.louisvillecardinal.com/?p=60750 2018-07-24T06:26:05Z 2018-07-23T18:06:54Z By Conner Farrell– The TLC football preview rolls on as our offensive breakdown concluded with last week’s look at the offensive line. The special teams unit is the focus of this week. Kickers- Blanton Creque and Evan O’Hara After splitting time in the 2016, redshirt junior Blanton Creque solidified his role as the starting kicker. […]

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By Conner Farrell–

The TLC football preview rolls on as our offensive breakdown concluded with last week’s look at the offensive line. The special teams unit is the focus of this week.

Kickers- Blanton Creque and Evan O’Hara

After splitting time in the 2016, redshirt junior Blanton Creque solidified his role as the starting kicker. Creque knocked 85 percent of his field goal attempts through in 2017, good enough for 14th in the country. The All-ACC honorable mention kicker connected on 58-of-59 point-after attempts, which were the most by a kicker since 2007.

Creque’s best moment of the 2017 season was on the road against Florida State as he delivered a game-winning field goal from 34 yards out to help the Cards nab their second road win of the season.

Creque and O’Hara again will both have playing time in 2018, with the former handling field goals and the latter kick-offs. Creque could be a name to look out for All-ACC awards in 2018.

Punter- Mason King

Redshirt junior Mason King build upon a school record-breaking 2016 season with an impressive 2017 season. King averaged 43.9 yards per punt last season, good enough for 25th in the country.

King only punted 43 times in 2017 for a total of 1887 yards, 10 of which netted more than 50 yards.

King is a weapon in the special teams game and can be counted on to set up the defense nicely when the offense stalls out on a drive. With Creque and King holding down the kicking game, Cards fans will not have to worry about that facet of the game.

Return specialists- Seth Dawkins, Russ Yeast, Tutu Atwell

The Cards lost two of their return specialists this past season in Reggie Bonnafon and Traveon Samuel, but return two players who fielded both punts and kick-offs.

Junior Seth Dawkins fielded 12 kick-offs and netted 255 yards, the most on the team in 2017. Dawkins is a big physical guy, who can run through guys but can also use elite speed to break-away from would be tacklers.

Sophomore Russ Yeast fielded 11 punts last season for 33 yards last season. Downfield blocking was a issue for the Cardinal special teams in 2017, which is why the team as a whole only produced 123 total punt return yards. The team must have better blocking for punt returners like Yeast to be able to use their quickness to set up the offensive.

An unknown in the return game is freshman wide-out Tutu Atwell. At 5-foot-9, Atwell is a tremendous athlete with blazing speed. Atwell was ranked as the 131 athlete coming out of Florida, playing at Northwestern High School, alma mater of former Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.

Atwell can do it all, but could see the most playing time returning kicks for the Cards with his ability to make tacklers miss.

Long Snapper- Mitch Hall

Replacing former U of L long snapper and NFL draftee Colin Holba was an easy situation for sophomore Mitch Hall. Hall started all 13 games for the Cards and did not misplace one snap throughout the season.

Photo by Nancy Hanner / The Louisville Cardinal

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Joseph Lyell <![CDATA[Board of trustees lost two members in two days]]> https://www.louisvillecardinal.com/?p=60740 2018-07-19T21:52:12Z 2018-07-19T21:07:23Z By Joseph Lyell — Brian Cromer resigned from the board of trustees July 10, citing his employment with Stites & Harbison, PLLC as the reason for his departure. His resignation came the day before “Papa” John Schnatter stepped down from the board after admitting to using the N-word in a conference call with Papa John’s […]

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By Joseph Lyell —

Brian Cromer resigned from the board of trustees July 10, citing his employment with Stites & Harbison, PLLC as the reason for his departure.

His resignation came the day before “Papa” John Schnatter stepped down from the board after admitting to using the N-word in a conference call with Papa John’s executives.

U of L is currently suing Stites & Harbison, where Cromer is a partner. The university alleges the firm and other parties including ex-president James Ramsey were actively involved in the planning, execution and cover-up of the illegal misconduct that occurred under Ramsey.

The alleged charges include breach of fiduciary duty, fraudulent appropriations and improper diversion of funds for personal gain.

In April, Cromer recused himself from the board’s discussions about litigation with Stites & Harbison.

President Neeli Bendapudi said the litigation could bring the firm and the university into a potentially adversarial relationship, so he stepped down to avoid conflict.

“He wanted to do his fiduciary duty by both organizations,” Bendapudi said.

Cromer and Schnatter’s replacements will be appointed by Governor Matt Bevin, but Bendapudi said she hasn’t heard when to expect new trustees to be named.

During a July 19 board of trustees meeting, chair David Grissom said the university and the state are seeking nominations for the empty seats.

“At this point, we’re waiting for more nominations to come in,” Bendapudi said.

Cromer and Governor Bevin’s press office each did not return calls from The Cardinal.

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Conner Farrell <![CDATA[Holly Aprile named softball coach]]> https://www.louisvillecardinal.com/?p=60735 2018-07-22T01:21:00Z 2018-07-16T21:16:14Z By Conner Farrell– Holly Aprile was named the new softball coach by U of L Vice-President and Director of Athletics Vince Tyra on Monday. Aprile becomes only the second coach in the program’s history after coach Sandy Pearsall retired after 18 seasons. Aprile served as the coach of the Pittsburgh, where she spent 10 seasons […]

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By Conner Farrell–

Holly Aprile was named the new softball coach by U of L Vice-President and Director of Athletics Vince Tyra on Monday.

Aprile becomes only the second coach in the program’s history after coach Sandy Pearsall retired after 18 seasons.

Aprile served as the coach of the Pittsburgh, where she spent 10 seasons as head coach and five as an assistant.  In the 2018 season, Aprile guided the Panthers to a 33-18-1 overall record and notched a 2018 ACC Coastal Division title and runner-up finish in the conference tournament.

Aprile was honored as the 2018 ACC Coach of the Year.

The softball team is coming off a 33-20 campaign, ending the season with a loss to the eventual national champion Florida State Seminoles in the ACC tournament.

With Aprile on board, softball may be able to reach new heights in the ACC.

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Conner Farrell <![CDATA[Football position breakdown: Offensive line]]> https://www.louisvillecardinal.com/?p=60733 2018-07-24T06:16:21Z 2018-07-16T20:54:18Z By Conner Farrell– The TLC’s position breakdown rolls on after taking a look at the tight end position last week. The o-line made major strides under o-line coach and co-offensive coordinator Mike Summers, who took the reins in 2017. The Cards’ o-line starters last season consisted of two upperclassmen and featured two true freshmen. This […]

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By Conner Farrell–

The TLC’s position breakdown rolls on after taking a look at the tight end position last week.

The o-line made major strides under o-line coach and co-offensive coordinator Mike Summers, who took the reins in 2017.
The Cards’ o-line starters last season consisted of two upperclassmen and featured two true freshmen. This gave way for growth as a unit as the season progressed.

The offensive ranked third in total offense and 11th in scoring offense and allowed 27.5 sacks. A higher mark in comparison to last season’s 47, which ranked two most in the nation.

Louisville’s starting o-line opens one spot after Geron Christian was selected in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft. The young Cardinal line will see if the growth in 2017 will carry over into the 2018 season.

Expected starters (left to right): Mekhi Becton, Cole Bentley, Robbie Bell, Kenny Thomas, Lukayus McNeil

Sophomore Mekhi Becton started 10 games at left tackle in 2017. A true freshman at the time, Becton stepped in and provided stability on the left side of the line. At a towering 6-foot-7, Becton is an athletic tackle for his size that has NFL scouts already intrigued for the 2020 NFL Draft. Securing a full-time starter role shores up the edge for new starting quarterback Redshirt sophomore Jawon Pass.

Sophomore Cole Bentley made three starts and played in 10 games for the Cards last season. Bentley is a bruiser at the guard position, who helped revitalize the o-line late last season. Bentley had a hand in the commitment to the run game, which ranked 15th nationally in rushing at 245.1 yards per game.

Redshirt sophomore Robbie Bell started all 13 games for the Cards last season. Bell stepped in and started right away to be the “quarterback” of the offensive line. Giving 2017 starting quarterback Lamar Jackson stability as shot-caller of the line, Bell carries over that experience into another season where he will be asked to do the same thing.

Senior Kenny Thomas made all 13 starts. Thomas made the shift from tackle to guard this past season and provided consistency to a young o-line. Thomas has powerful hands and a 6-foot-6, 333 lbs. frame which made him a great fit for the interior.

Redshirt senior Lukayus McNeil started all 13 games for the Cardinals last season. Upon receiving his degree from the university last December there was speculation whether McNeil would return for his final year of eligibility. However, once McNeil announced his intent of returning, the offensive line has another piece for them to excel in 2018. With McNeil book-ending the right side of the line, the Cards will have a line-up of athletic and experience linemen.

Key backups: Ronald Rudd, Toryque Bateman

Redshirt junior Ronald Rudd was a junior college transfer in 2017 and redshirted this past season. Rudd will get playing time at both guard spots. Rudd excels in pass protection and is right in the mix in that skill as the starting spots.

Redshirt freshman Toryque Bateman was a highly touted offensive tackle coming out of high school in Alabama. Bateman is now eligible in 2018 after redshirting last season and will have an opportunity to play this season.

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Joseph Lyell <![CDATA[Baseball might miss out on Papa John’s dough]]> https://www.louisvillecardinal.com/?p=60722 2018-07-16T19:48:02Z 2018-07-16T19:48:02Z By Joseph Lyell — U of L Athletic Director Vince Tyra said John Schnatter wanted to donate to the baseball program before he  resigned from the board of trustees after admitting he used a racial slur. Schnatter’s name was quickly removed from Cardinal Stadium and the Schnatter Center for Free Enterprise, and now he might […]

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By Joseph Lyell —

U of L Athletic Director Vince Tyra said John Schnatter wanted to donate to the baseball program before he  resigned from the board of trustees after admitting he used a racial slur.

Schnatter’s name was quickly removed from Cardinal Stadium and the Schnatter Center for Free Enterprise, and now he might be reconsidering the potential donation.

Tyra and Schnatter recently met with baseball coach Dan McDonnell to discuss potential improvements to Jim Patterson Stadium.

“We showed him our long-term view of things, and frankly he had some good ideas,” Tyra said.

He said Schnatter loves baseball, and talked about his hometown Jeffersonville High School’s team while touring the facilities.

“That might’ve been a project that he would’ve been interested in, but I don’t know where his interest is today,” Tyra said.

Tyra said the athletic association will have to consider if it will even accept donations from Schnatter.

“He’s been a terrific supporter of all of our sports for a long time, not just the football program, but many sports. He’s our largest donor to the athletic program, and we’ve enjoyed that,” Tyra said.

He said the athletic association isn’t looking to lose any of its top contributors, but the university must be careful about its actions.

“That’s a conversation that is only worth having if [Schnatter] wants to have it. At this point, I think we’re just trying to sort out our projects,” Tyra said.

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Megan Brewer <![CDATA[Bendapudi shows racism has no home at U of L]]> https://www.louisvillecardinal.com/?p=60691 2018-07-14T20:39:52Z 2018-07-14T18:21:55Z By Megan Brewer —  “Papa John’s” was removed from our football stadium name after John Schnatter’s use of the N-word in a conference call with Papa John’s executives and a marketing agency. President Neeli Bendapudi wasn’t messing around in getting his name off and had it removed in less than two days. Removing Schnatter’s name […]

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By Megan Brewer — 

“Papa John’s” was removed from our football stadium name after John Schnatter’s use of the N-word in a conference call with Papa John’s executives and a marketing agency.

President Neeli Bendapudi wasn’t messing around in getting his name off and had it removed in less than two days.

Removing Schnatter’s name from Cardinal Stadium was a bold move by Bendapudi, one that makes me proud to have her as my president.

“Papa John’s” is all over U of L’s campuses. Even Schnatter himself was on the board of trustees until he resigned over this incident.

Bendapudi even removed Schnatter’s name from the Schnatter Center for Free Enterprise, to which Schnatter’s foundation donated $4.64 million.

Bendapudi is proving herself and showing students we can believe in what she’s saying.

“I absolutely give you my word. To me, it’s putting students first. It’s so important for any university. It’s the purpose for why we exist,” Bendapudi said. “I don’t know what happens along the way to people, but as long as you remain true to the mission and say ‘I’m here to serve,’ I think we’ll be in good shape.”

That’s exactly what she did, she put us, the students, first. She put the university as a whole and all of our values first.

“[We must] rebuild trust, rebuild confidence among some people who might have said ‘We’re not quite sure,’” Bendapudi said on her first day as president on May 15.

Bendapudi capitalizes diversity and by removing Schnatter’s name she’s showing just this. She’s proving she is a president that’s going to take action and give people a reason to say “I am sure.”

The only question is, will this be the cause of another lawsuit for U of L? We can only hope not. U of L can’t afford another lawsuit.

Bendapudi said Papa John’s is understanding of the situation and is eager to work with U of L, however the financial cost to the university is still being determined.

Schnatter wasn’t a large help during U of L’s financial crisis last year. In 2016, he donated $47.8 million. Some cash came from Papa John’s but nenrly half came from Schnatter’s own pockets.

However, in 2017, Papa John’s only donated $117,182, and Schnatter pitched $0 personally.

If Schnatter decides to sue, it could mean the loss of big bucks for the university, but it’s worth it to keep U of L far away from racist behavior.

Removing his name from campus shows Bendapudi has no tolerance for anything that jeopardizes diversity, and we applaud her for that.

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Joseph Lyell <![CDATA[U of L drops “Papa John’s” from Cardinal Stadium]]> https://www.louisvillecardinal.com/?p=60693 2018-07-14T20:37:37Z 2018-07-13T18:14:00Z By Joseph Lyell — Cardinal Stadium will lose “Papa John’s” from its name immediately, U of L President Neeli Bendapudi announced July 13. The change comes two days after a Forbes report detailed John Schnatter using the N-word in a conference call with Papa John’s executives and a marketing agency. Schnatter resigned from U of […]

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By Joseph Lyell —

Cardinal Stadium will lose “Papa John’s” from its name immediately, U of L President Neeli Bendapudi announced July 13.

The change comes two days after a Forbes report detailed John Schnatter using the N-word in a conference call with Papa John’s executives and a marketing agency. Schnatter resigned from U of L’s board of trustees hours after the report was published.

“Our community has been fractured by the comments made by former U of L trustee John Schnatter. These comments were hurtful and unacceptable and they do not reflect the values of our university,” Bendapudi said.

In addition to the stadium, the John Schnatter Center for Free Enterprise will also lose Schnatter’s name, but Bendapudi said the university is not looking to rename any other assets or programs tied to Schnatter.

She said trustees will discuss the financial specifics of removing Schnatter’s name from these university buildings at a later date.

“We have to talk about it. We’ve made the decision, and I don’t have more details for you guys,” Bendapudi said.

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