All posts tagged "Features"

  • 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
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  • Make your money work for you

    Wouldn’t it be nice to have some of the money you spend end up back in your pocket while also creating a financial identity that will benefit you for post-graduation life? Investing in a credit card is...

    • Posted September 16, 2015
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  • O.A.R. brings spotlight to opening acts

    On Wednesday night around 7 p.m., Churchill Downs caught the funk. Of A Revolution, or O.A.R, played about a two-hour set Wednesday night. The majority of the crowd drank pale ales and wore pookah shell necklaces. They sang...

    • Posted September 10, 2015
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  • ‘Seven Guitars’: Poignant music to an audience’s ears at Actors Theatre

    by Sarah Rohleder — A friend and I sat among 70 or so senior citizens in the Pamela Brown auditorium at Actors Theatre for a production of “Seven Guitars,” directed by the renowned Coleman Domingo. “Seven Guitars”...

    • Posted September 9, 2015
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  • Farmer’s Market brings healthy options to campus

    A closer look at why local produce that comes to campus is not only delicious, but also conscious. By Danielle Schretzman– Sustainability, affordability and localization are not just power words used by businesses to lure in customers...

    • Posted September 3, 2015
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    U of L men speak up about sexual violence

    Out of 40 students, all are male, except three. Polyester camouflage serves as a backdrop for one side of the room. In the center, rests an easel with a square drawn on a whiteboard. The knees of...

    • Posted August 27, 2015
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  • Do’s and don’t’s from tailgating veterans

    By Taylor Schafer– The start of a new school year brings about exciting events, but one of the most thrilling of them all is football season – most importantly, tailgating. This can be a scary time for...

    • Posted August 23, 2015
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  • A Cardinal across the pond: studying in Edinburgh during the Festival Fringe

    By Adeline Wilson– Edinburgh in August is, in a word, mad. But it was madness I was looking for when I signed up to study in Scotland’s capitol city during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. For three weeks...

    • Posted August 21, 2015
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    U of L student dedicates 10 days to Nepalese earthquake victims

    By Alan Branch– The mountainous country of Nepal is home to one of the biggest tourist attractions in the world, Mount Everest. It was there where tragedy struck on April 25, at 11:56 NST by an earthquake...

    • Posted August 21, 2015
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