Dr. Jason Gainous is known around the University of Louisville as a political science professor who teaches courses such as Public Opinion, American Government, and Internet and Politics.
When the fall 2010 semester began, The Louisville Cardinal sat down with Sana Abhari to talk about her goals as Student Government Association president for the upcoming academic year.
The year has gone by quickly. With meal plan reform and improved student interaction topping the list of SGA accomplishments, Abhari’s reign as SGA president comes to a close. Looking ahead, with Kurtis Frizzell preparing to move into the role of SGA president, The Cardinal sat with Abhari once again, to reflect on the year and the efforts of her administration.
The academic year is coming to an end and so is the reign of the current Student Government Association officers. Sana Abhari, SGA president, believes the administration has been productive
Three University of Louisville engineering students recently unveiled their new video game, “Pandemic,” which aims to educate people about HIV and AIDS.
On the night of April 5, the Louisville Metro Fire Department responded to a distress call made due to an explosion in the new offices of Cardinal Towne apartments.
Construction on the latest addition to the University of Louisville skyline is well underway. Developers of Cardinal Towne, the new student housing complex being built on the corner of Third Street and Cardinal Boulevard, broke ground on the project in late August of 2010.
One group of students at the University of Louisville used their spring break to help others. The group of graduate students from the Kent School of Social Work went to New Orleans, La., where they had the chance to gain some hands-on experience in social work.
On average, teens and young adults send around 3,000 text messages a month, according to CBS News. That’s a massive amount of LOLs and OMGs.
The link between the University of Louisville Belknap Campus and downtown Louisville may be getting a boost in connection speed.
Many college freshmen share a room for the first time, live in a space comparable to their closets at home and sleep in a bed that can be smaller than them. That has been the traditional dorm life for many students throughout the years.