- What Grinds My Gears: October Edition
- Tate Schmitt coming into his own during his sophomore year
- Halloween costumes that won’t empty your wallet
- Netflix picks to watch over Halloween weekend
- Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan awarded the Brandeis Medal
- James Hearns and Jaire Alexander are playing key roles in Louisville’s defense
- Has the presidential election given you poll-paranoia?
- College Football Playoffs watch: Week eight updates
- Halloween activities lurk through Louisville
- Arch residents complain about the Fourth Street underpass
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- Adel and Mitchell learn from Lee and Lewis
By Noah Allison– With the men’s basketball season over, fifth-year senior transfers Trey Lewis and Damion Lee’s positive impact is clear. On a roster with 11 freshmen and sophomores, Lewis and Lee filled a void of experience,...
- Posted March 7, 2016
- Make 2016 the year you exercise less
By Nate Gilbert– I have a challenge for you: Make 2016 the year you exercise less for your fitness and fat loss goals. Yes, you heard me correctly. Exercising is hard, it can be painful and often...
- Posted January 5, 2016
- Tall recruiting class comes in with big responsibilities
By Sam Draut Three of Louisville’s incoming freshman participated in the 41st Derby Festival Basketball Classic at Freedom Hall. Quentin Snider, a local prospect from Ballard High School was named MVP after leading his team with nine...
- Posted April 21, 2014