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All posts tagged "Features"
SAB hosts 14th annual International Fashion Show
By Jacqueline Kelly– Crystal chandeliers hung from the ceiling while rich purple curtains provided a regal backdrop for the 14th annual International Fashion Show, Clash of the Fashion Empires. The transformation of the SAC MPR may have seemed...
- Posted January 30, 2016
U of L #SnowBae brings some residents out of their rooms
- Posted January 20, 2016
From flared jeans to fedoras: A review of 2015 fashion
By Jacqueline Kelly– Anyone who has the slightest interest in fashion knows each year brings with it an influx of trends. 2015 was no exception. From themes that remained throughout the year, to others that only stuck...
- Posted January 11, 2016
New Music Festival honors 30th annual Grawemeyer Awards
By Madison Thompson— The stage was lit as the lights in the audience dimmed, and everyone fell silent. The audience clapped politely as the first chair violin came out on stage and played the first note, so...
- Posted November 15, 2015
Preview: SAB brings Diversity Week to U of L
By Eiman Zuberi– The University of Louisville is known for its diverse population of students and faculty. What better way to celebrate the Cardinal family than by hosting Diversity Week? From Nov. 16 to 21, SAB will be throwing...
- Posted November 13, 2015
Bringing back Portland: a Louisville neighborhood revisited
When the average Louisville resident thinks of the Portland neighborhood, they imagine rundown houses, drug addicts and empty streets. Portland residents, on the other hand, see a neighborhood rich with history that has been built by a...
- Posted October 6, 2015
PEACC discusses rape kits during Week of Peace event
Documentation, cotton swabs, combs and tarnished envelopes sit on police department shelves waiting to be used as forensic evidence. Some have been waiting since the 1970s. On Sept. 21 in The Avenue, Lamont Johnson, Men of PEACC advisor,...
- Posted September 28, 2015
Milk Carton Kids: more than just a folk duo
The Milk Carton Kids, consisting of Joey Ryan and Kenneth Pattengale, charismatically performed Thursday night at the Kentucky Center for the Arts Bombard Theater to promote their new album Monterey. The two got their start in Eagle Rock,...
- Posted September 24, 2015
This week in music: five shows for five days in Louisville
The end of September this year is live with concerts. Thankfully, the Cardinal has the back to back lineup of awesome shows every Louisvillian should check out. Thursday September 17 The Milk Carton Kids: These guys may...
- Posted September 17, 2015
Cultural Center dances into Hispanic Heritage Month
Yesterday at 12 p.m. the Cultural Center kicked off their 30 day celebration of Hispanic Heritage month. Food, flyers and the Macarena brightened the Bingham Humanities quad. If the booming Latin American music didn’t draw students to...
- Posted September 16, 2015