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All posts tagged "Opinion"
- University, once again, chooses reputation over constituents in hacking response
By Kyeland Jackson — On April 6, U of L revealed employee information was hacked by scammers filing fake tax returns. But the university first received news of a hack March 1, established a pattern March 30...
- Posted April 10, 2017
- Gun demonstration boils down to fear
By Nick Amon — Armed with handguns and assault rifles, over 20 demonstrators – some students – walked around U of L in an advocacy march, hoping to stir the conversation on concealed carry. “I’m not advocating...
- Posted April 9, 2017
- Where should you live?
With multiple living options available for U of L students, here’s the Cardinal’s take on where you should build your nest during the school year. Brooke Moody As fun as freshman year was, you couldn’t pay me to...
- Posted April 7, 2017
- Trump rally reveals disconnect between message and action
By Kyeland Jackson — Thousands gathered March 20 for President Donald Trump to rally support in the bluegrass state. His messages were good. His delivery – better. But between chants of “USA” and “build that wall,” supporters...
- Posted March 28, 2017
- Students’ pre-college academics meet gen. ed. requirements
By Megan Brewer — One of our professors once said that today’s generation, our generation, can’t focus. He said we “can’t be taught.” We can’t sit in a class room for an hour and focus on the...
- Posted March 24, 2017
- Sook maneuvers to limit the Cardinal
By Olivia Krauth– Last week, in the middle of the first round of Student Government Association voting, SGA Presidential candidate Georgie Sook sued against fellow presidential candidate Vishnu Tirumala in SGA court. The Cardinal, to my surprise, laid...
- Posted March 8, 2017
- Trump redefines “fake” news
By Nick Amon — A new age is upon us. An age where media outlets and news organizations alike have become a target of not only our wet-eared Oval Office, but generally anyone who feels information that’s...
- Posted March 5, 2017
- Letter to the editor: Safe spaces in the ‘real world’
By Krystal Willliamson — Mr. Amon wrote a piece on Nov. 17 that expressed a negative viewpoint towards the inclusion of safe spaces on college campuses, posturing that campuses were “coddling” students in need of a place...
- Posted February 12, 2017
- DeVos nomination demands public attention
By Nick Amon — The senate confirmed Betsy DeVos as the new secretary of education on Feb. 7. Though the process of her confirmation is now complete, her nomination has been under a bombardment of criticism since early...
- Posted February 11, 2017
- Letter to the editor: Women’s rights march lacks intersectionality
By Avalon Gupta VerWiebe — The night of the 2016 election, my best friend and I discussed going to DC for the inauguration. However, as time wore on we realized that it would be difficult to get off...
- Posted January 30, 2017