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All posts tagged "Features"
- Career Development Center holds Majors Fair
By Roya Fathalizadeh– The Career Development Center held a Fall Majors Fair on Sept. 14. Over 200 students were in attendance. The fair was intended to give advice and information to undergraduate students. “The Majors Fair is...
- Posted September 18, 2016
- U of L holds Family Fun Day
By Madison Thompson– The SAC usually bustles with busy college students and faculty members getting lunch or preparing for some sort of event. The afternoon of Sept. 10 was a little different. This year, Disney songs played...
- Posted September 15, 2016
- “Don’t Breathe” – A cinematic breath of fresh air
By Kyeland Jackson — This week, I witnessed a masterpiece. Maybe it’s my growing age, but horror movies have become a droll affair. Whether it’s another remake, a recycled camp-horror or another paranormal encounter, the genre repeatedly...
- Posted September 14, 2016
- September Netflix picks to watch
Jacqueline Kelly– With school well underway comes stress and one of the best ways to handle that stress is Netflix. Here are a few Netflix suggestions to watch for the month of September. Documentaries: “Amanda Knox”– This...
- Posted September 6, 2016
- Part-time job fair offers students opportunities
By Madison Thompson– The Career Development Center held a part-time job fair in Bigelow Hall on Aug. 30. Its purpose was to offer opportunities for students looking to find work in Louisville. The fair had many different participants....
- Posted August 31, 2016
- U of L’s Romeo takes Central Park stage for Kentucky Shakespeare
By Sarah Rohleder — The downpour Friday evening broke just in time for roughly 700 viewers to fill the benches at Kentucky Shakespeare’s free production of “Romeo and Juliet” in Central Park. The play took stage at...
- Posted July 17, 2016
- PHOTO: Muslim Student Association reaches out to educate on black lives in Islam
Photos by Hannah Filiatreau / The Louisville Cardinal
- Posted April 3, 2016
- Dress to impress potential employers
By Jacqueline Kelly– With summer break looming, finding a job or internship may be at the forefront of your mind. But before landing the gig comes the dreaded interview process, and everyone knows what you wear is...
- Posted March 27, 2016
- Speed Art Museum awes with collections and creativity
By Sarah Rohleder — When I arrived at U of L in 2013, the Speed Art Museum was a building on campus I never got to explore because it closed down for a three-year hiatus just after...
- Posted March 9, 2016
- How to eat healthy in college
By Jacqueline Kelly– There’s no doubt eating healthy in college can be difficult. With hectic schedules, tight budgets and tempting fast food restaurants, plans to eat healthy can sometimes fall to the wayside. Whether you’re striving to...
- Posted February 28, 2016