- U of L Foundation can remove Ramsey
- Meet U of L’s interim vice president and provost
- How James Ramsey fell from grace
- Driver charged with murder of former cheerleader
- Billingsley named interim vice president & provost
- One non-student shot near Bettie Johnson Hall
- Former Louisville cheerleader killed in car accident
- Pinto allays concerns, promises transparency going forward
- Brief: Interim president will speak to press
- Reinstated board chairman plans meeting
All posts tagged "Opinion"
- Students greeted by Confederate eyesore
By Nick Amon — As the fall semester approaches and the majority of us are faced with the usually overcrowded sidewalks, long food lines and annoyingly redundant syllabus explanations, the sense of familiarity can be a tad...
- Posted August 19, 2016
- Battles between Bevin and Beshear leave U of L in crossfire
By Chris Acree– There has been a feud erupting within the highest levels of the state government over the past several months. More highly charged than any U of L-UK game we’ve ever seen. A political battle...
- Posted August 19, 2016
- Reluctant Ramsey dodges resignation
By Nick Amon– **Update, 7/14, 6:30 p.m.** It was initially understood that President James Ramsey did not offer his resignation to the board of trustees July 13. Now we know he actually read his resignation letter to...
- Posted July 14, 2016
- Ramsey’s “resignation” distracts from bigger picture
By Nick Amon– This past Friday Gov. Matt Bevin made the swift announcement that James Ramsey will be stepping down from his position as president here at U of L. As the weekend passed, the news of...
- Posted June 21, 2016
- Pride and president
By Kyeland Jackson — It happens less often than it should, but the university made me proud today. Faced with the recommendation to funnel 12 million from students via a tuition rates increase, U of L’s board...
- Posted June 3, 2016
- Editorial: Moving statue does not erase history
By Sam Draut– I’ll preface all this by saying I’m white and privileged. I grew up in a classic suburban setting, void of racial degradation and prejudices directed toward me. As a I child, I went on occasional trips to...
- Posted May 2, 2016
- Editor’s note: 10 things I learned as EIC
By Olivia Krauth– Three semesters and 43 issues later, my term as the Cardinal’s Editor-in-Chief is over. That’s right—by the time you read this, I’ll be the washed-up, former EIC. As much as I dislike having the...
- Posted April 18, 2016
- Anti-LGBT bills move southern states backwards
By Bethany Stacy– Last summer, the United States made a huge stride toward equality for the LGBT community when the Supreme Court declared the ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional. LGBT people and their allies all over the...
- Posted April 13, 2016
- The luxuries of living close to campus
By Sam Draut– I spent my first year at the University of Louisville living in the presidential suite at Unitas Tower, and though my prowess as an RSA president gave me various benefits, I decided to move...
- Posted April 4, 2016
- Commuters feel the struggle of living off-campus
By Christopher Acree– The city of Louisville has a history of long-distance travel. It was here that Lewis and Clark met with several other members of the Corps of Discovery before traveling across the Louisiana territory to...
- Posted April 3, 2016