New college students have a lot to think about.
What happened? I blacked out. I haven’t written since September? Really?
One of the best benefits associated with moving away to college is the sweet taste of freedom.
I’ve never worn a Derby hat. You know the kind – the hand-crafted, feathery, lacy sort – the kind visiting celebrities and social elites trot out on a certain Saturday in May. Nope. I’ve always wanted one, but I’ve never had one.
The time for the 137th running of the Kentucky Derby is finally upon us. I will be attending The Derby for my third consecutive year. For myself, my friends, and the other thousands of partygoers, the infield is the place to be.
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.
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. They say they are having “fun.”
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.
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.