All posts tagged "Opinions"

  • Letters to the editor: For SGA, an opportunity missed

    SGA President Sana Abhari has illustrated her lackluster leadership abilities yet again with her recent appointment of her current "Press Secretary" to serve as Chief Justice of the SGA Supreme Court.


    • Posted April 25, 2011
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  • The Internet sensation age: Rebecca Black’s ‘Friday’ reflects where we are as a society

    It's Friday. How do you know? Rebecca Black's preteen crisis begins and ends in an entire 3 minutes and 48 seconds, occurring on the most exciting day of the week: Friday.


    • Posted April 18, 2011
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  • Calling the ethics of the TOMS company into question

    Companies are always looking for a way to keep their profits on the rise while exploring current trends. The shoe company known as TOMS has hit it right on the mark with their "one for one" campaign.

    • Posted April 18, 2011
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  • Letter to the editor: U of L employee “likes” Facebook column

    I enjoyed the column about Facebook in The Louisville Cardinal. It really spoke to me. I am a 58-year-old employee of U of L. Relatives have been after me for nearly two years to get on Facebook....

    • Posted April 18, 2011
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  • Solutions for the failed smoking ban

    Enough time has passed to evaluate the effects that the University of Louisville's smoking ban has had on campus. In November, a ban went into effect outlawing the use of cigarettes, cigars, and anything else that emits...

    • Posted April 18, 2011
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  • The Antisocial Network: Re-evaluating your digital friendships

    Many students can relate to the experience of pacing in the main computer area of Ekstrom Library, waiting for an open computer. Among the screens you may scan during your wait are the following websites: Facebook, Twitter...

    • Posted April 11, 2011
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  • Editorial: How student government measures up

    When it comes to student interaction with the University of Louisville, being informed about how your money is being spent – and who's got your back – is extremely important.


    • Posted April 11, 2011
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  • Finding the root of video game violence

    It can be shocking to look at how video games have evolved, or devolved, over time. It is hard to believe that technology went from the simplicity of "Pong," in which two vertical lines volleyed a dot...

    • Posted April 11, 2011
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  • Spring Break from the Ordinary

    March 12 marked the beginning of spring break. Many students use this recess to return home, to visit family and friends, and to catch up on their studies.


    • Posted March 28, 2011
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  • Keeping your hands to yourself

    Have you college students no manners? Keep your sloppy, sopping excuse for displays of affection out of sight.


    • Posted March 28, 2011
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