- Women’s basketball pulls out the overtime victory over rival Kentucky
- U of L’s chief financial officer resigns
- How to survive campus when snow storms hit
- Lamar Jackson wins ACC Player of the Year
- SGA approves budget, new election rules
- Men’s soccer defeats Notre Dame 3-1, advances to NCAA quarterfinals
- How private is our privacy?
- Local activities to celebrate the holiday season
- Dangerous Crossing: Pedestrians ignore walk signs at U of L
- Counseling center still overwhelmed by students
All posts tagged "cartoon"
- This isn’t just your home: It’s all of ours
Europe is seeing a large surge of migration as refugees—torn between hostility and peace—flee from war and oppression to more economically developed and safer countries. Primarily from Syria, these refugees had high hopes of being welcomed with...
- Posted September 24, 2015
- Shore no more: Even with ‘Jersey Shore’ cancelled, there are still plenty of horrible reality shows
By Genevieve Mills– “Good riddance” “Thank God” and “Yesss” were just some of the comments readers had on the online articles announcing Jersey Shore’s cancellation. It seems that Jersey Shore is a show that you either love...
- Posted September 12, 2012
- Devolution: While the rest of America moves on, Kentucky continues to debate evolution versus intelligent design
By Aaron Williams– The Kentucky Grand Ole’ Party made headlines a few weeks ago when they, particularly Representative Ben Waide and Senators David Givens and Mike Wilson, expressed outrage that high school biology exams would test Kentucky...
- Posted August 28, 2012
- Coupons for care: Paul Ryan’s healthcare plan would effectively dissolve Medicare
By Lee Cole– Who is Paul Ryan? Ayn Rand’s 1957 novel “Atlas Shrugged” begins with a similar question regarding John Galt, the mythic, capitalistic hero of her work. As Ryan has admitted he is an avowed Rand...
- Posted August 28, 2012
- Followers of ‘Stop Kony’ lose motivation
By Michelle Eigenheer– Two months after the Kony 2012 video went viral, the hype has died and Twitter feeds have since calmed down. Why is it that such a seemingly important humanitarian effort only mattered to people...
- Posted April 24, 2012
- Resident life woes
By Marianna Michael– Dorm life is something every kid has pictured since watching Boy Meets World. It’s painted as a place to grow up, make friends, and have fun. University of Louisville Properties offers all this and...
- Posted April 4, 2012
- Apartment do’s and don’ts
By Michelle Eigenheer– Going to college at a metro university such as the University of Louisville can pose a challenge when it comes to student housing. Boxed in on all sides, it’s hard for U of L...
- Posted April 3, 2012
- Cardinal politics: Is the economy decreasing young voter turnout in 2012?
By Anna Meany– Comparing political enthusiasm in young voters of 2012 to that of those in 2008 is difficult. Even though I was only 17, I rallied behind Barack Obama and the democrat party in support of...
- Posted February 28, 2012
- The Party Scene: Looking for love in the wrong places
By Michael Baldwin– Sexual objectification and binge drinking mark house and venue parties organized by fraternities. I couldn’t believe that the naughty schoolgirl party, a Tau Kappa Epsilon ten-year tradition, is a publicized event. What woman would...
- Posted February 21, 2012
- Professors stuck in the Stone Age: coping with classroom technology
By Kassie Roberts– As the new semester begins, many students look forward to new classes. A new semester brings a fresh start and another chance to get the most from tuition costs. Unfortunately, the least obvious deterrent...
- Posted January 17, 2012