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.
Have you college students no manners? Keep your sloppy, sopping excuse for displays of affection out of sight.
As temperatures rise, fully covered bodies become scarce, and a lack of attendance in class becomes common, it can only mean one thing: Summer is here.
“This just in, we have reports from Beirut! Things are getting crazy down there on the streets, it’s pandemonium!
March begins Women’s History Month, which celebrates women who have had significant influences on society.
One of the most prominent ongoing financial issues for University of Louisville students is the perpetual institution of meal plan fees.
While some bands use revolting lyrics in their songs, others lower the quality of music because of commercialization, and Lady Gaga always has the latest excessive publicity stunt, some bands put more focus on what I consider to be a higher function of music. This function is social commentary.
Last week in my sociology class, I found myself absorbed in a heated conversation about a familiar topic: racism. However, our conversation was different than most.
I disagree with the idea that Arcade Fire’s win at the Grammys is a ploy by the music industry to take over indie subculture.
At the risk of sounding like a complete music snob, I disagree with everything the Grammys represent.