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All posts tagged "editorial"
Editorial: Student money should go to student space
By The Cardinal Staff: The university and SGA are once again in a conflict over the proposed renovation of the East Wing of the Student Activities Center. The plan, which was included in the 2011 Student Recreation...
- Posted March 10, 2015
EDITORIAL: Freedom of speech should be free of fear
This Editorial represents the views of the editorial staff at The Louisville Cardinal On January 7, two masked gunmen wielding assault rifles stormed the offices of the Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris, France, killing 11 inside,...
- Posted January 20, 2015
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
Editorial: We aren’t so different after all
To the newly elected officials of the Student Government Association, You have to be insane to want to work at a newspaper, or in government. Especially the student varieties of both. The student government and newspaper work...
- Posted February 27, 2013
President Obama addresses the Millenials
By Cailtlyn Crenshaw– “For we remember the lessons of our past,” President Obama declared in his second inaugural address last Monday. Most notably, Obama remembered the lessons of Seneca Falls, Selma and Stonewall; however, these lessons seem...
- Posted January 30, 2013
Editorial: When a library burns
“When an elder dies, it is as if a whole library had burned down.” – West African proverb There have been few men in the University of Louisville’s roster of deans and professors who have, in their...
- Posted January 15, 2013
Editorial: Molding us for the future
Students both required to live on campus and exposed to ethical hazard “How do you like your U of L dorm?” “It’s growing on me.”Bada-bing. It would be easy to take a few cheap shots at the...
- Posted October 23, 2012
Editorial: Open forums should include students
In an organization like a university, wherein several disparate departments are vying for funds and have differing interests and concerns, communication is key. That’s why the open forum for faculty and staff held on Sept. 20 was...
- Posted September 25, 2012
Editorial: As the university expands in an already crowded city, parking becomes a nightmare
For students, parking at U of L is a nightmare. There’s a choice of paying $90 and over for a parking pass that may or may not ensure you a spot – at residential halls, lots fill...
- Posted September 4, 2012
Editorial: U of L Foundation needs oversight
The U of L Foundation has been responsible for financially sustaining a vast number of programs, departments and scholarships for the university. Most of the university’s funding, $141.8 million, comes from the foundation and its fundraising has...
- Posted August 21, 2012