All posts tagged "louisville"

  • Ryan McMahon adds crucial element to men’s basketball

    By Dalton Ray– When coach Rick Pitino offered Ryan McMahon a scholarship in high school, the Hall of Fame head coach caught some flack across the nation. The skinny, undersized guard had no other division one offers...

    • Posted February 18, 2017
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    Women’s swimming takes third at ACC Championships

    By Matt Bradshaw– The Cardinals won two golds and a silver medal on the final day of racing, finishing third at the ACC Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships at Georgia Tech. North Carolina State won the competition...

    • Posted February 17, 2017
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    SAD students: Dealing with seasonal affective disorder on a busy schedule

    By Silvana Hill– It’s hard enough to get through the semester without at least a few moments of stress and negativity-and when temperatures drop and sunlight is rare, it can often be compounded. Between four to six...

    • Posted February 16, 2017
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    Tips on saving flex for the rest of the semester

    By Sydney Hancock– As the semester nears its halfway mark, students are beginning to panic. Flex points are depleting, and the new Panda Express isn’t helping at all. Although some students don’t believe it’s possible to last an entire...

    • Posted February 15, 2017
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    Overtime win against Syracuse ties men’s basketball for second in the ACC

    By Dalton Ray– Traveling to Syracuse, New York, the eighth-ranked men’s basketball (21-5, 9-4) team survives an overtime thriller against the Orange (16-11, 8-6). Winning 76-72, the Cardinals used big plays down the stretch by junior Jaylen...

    • Posted February 13, 2017
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  • Softball is willing to embrace the challenge in 2017

    By Dalton Ray– For coach Sandy Pearsall and her team, the 2016 softball season ended just like the previous 13 seasons: a trip to the NCAA Regionals. Similarly to the past 13 seasons, the Cardinals failed to...

    • Posted February 13, 2017
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  • Recapping a buzzing weekend in U of L athletics

    By Dalton Ray– Men’s basketball comes from behind to beat Miami Trailing by 14 points during the second half, men’s basketball surged back in the final five minutes to win 71-66. In his first game back from...

    • Posted February 12, 2017
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    Panda Express comes to campus

    By Briana Williams– After a week of opening its doors on campus, Panda Express stole the hearts of many students on campus. It’s also stolen the customers from Wendy’s, Papa John’s and Subway. I was indifferent when...

    • Posted February 12, 2017
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    Bad date stories to make you glad you’re single

    By Sydney Hancock– Valentine’s Day is the ultimate day of dates. Whether it’s going to a fancy, candle-lit dinner or going to see a romantic flick, most of us have been blessed in the sense of experiencing stellar dates. Although...

    • Posted February 12, 2017
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  • Migos’ ‘Culture’ is a conduit for bangers

    By Aaron Hartley– Trap may be the most divisive genre in mainstream music in the last decade. The subset of hip-hop born from the southern U.S. frequently features silly content like nonsensical lyrics, unconventional rapping styles and...

    • Posted February 11, 2017
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