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.
During a University of Louisville Board of Trustees meeting on April 12, members voted to approve various proposals brought by university officials and listened to presentations from the Student Government Association regarding the establishment of a new student recreation center.
In the midst of Bieber Fever, the Lady Gaga craze, and Katy Perry topping the Billboard Hot 100, it can be easy for a city’s local underground music scene to be neglected and swept aside.
While most Americans are fortunate enough to enjoy a relatively healthy childhood, others are not so lucky. Across the country, children who suffer from medical illnesses are confined to lengthy hospital stays for treatment and are deprived of a normal childhood in the process.
On Feb. 22, the University of Louisville fired an employee of the College of Business after she was alleged to have misappropriated university funds.
Recently, University of Louisville President James Ramsey proposed a six percent tuition increase for the next fiscal year to the U of L Board of Trustees.
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.
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 smoke into the air.
Emoticons and text jargon – they’re not entirely uncommon among college students. Slipped into casual conversation, emails and – sometimes – term papers, the language of texting has become a part of everyday life for most young adults.
The University of Louisville football team ended the 2011 spring season with the annual Wendy’s Wonderful Children red-white scrimmage on April 15.