- Brief: Double shooting at Cardinal Village
- Foundation paid Ramsey nearly $3 million in 2014
- Judge says Confederate statue can move
- Brief: Attorney moves to continue confederate statue removal
- U of L adds urban sustainability degree
- Bevin’s higher ed cuts ruled legal
- Where are the Cards now: Chaz Embry and David Green
- Grigory Tarasevich looks to place in Rio
- Staff being paid less than national average
- Brief: U of L bookstore closing in transition to Follett
All posts tagged "Opinion"
- 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
- Hateful graffiti undermines U of L’s diversity image
By Nick Amon– We should have a discussion. Despite a campus-wide email, it seems like no one knows about—or cares about—another instance of discrimination on campus. A close-minded Banksy wannabe spray-painted a derogatory message geared towards the...
- Posted March 27, 2016
- Bevin’s crusade against Planned Parenthood ignores larger issues
By Aaron Hartley– In his first few months in office, Governor Matt Bevin has made it abundantly clear where his priorities lie. A staunch conservative, Bevin has been working diligently, and often successfully, to undo many of...
- Posted March 23, 2016
- Trump craze follows Americans abroad
By Ryan Hiles– I’m writing this on the flight home from Manchester, in the hope memories of my trip to England will lead to imagery effortlessly rolling out onto the page like gravy pouring out of an English meat...
- Posted March 22, 2016
- Calling all political moderates: This is your election
By Thomas Vacca– I have finally had enough of our political conjecture about which candidate will be the best president. John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Justice Scalia, Justice Ginsburg, Ronald Reagan, Tip O’Neil, Bill Clinton and Newt Gingrich,...
- Posted March 18, 2016
- U of L fans bite their tongues during March Sadness
By Christopher Acree– To watch or not to watch, that is the question. Whether tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of self-imposed banishments, or to take remote controls against a sea of...
- Posted March 14, 2016