Please Help Save The Cardinal!
The future of student journalism at the University of Louisville is in jeopardy, and we need your help to ensure The Louisville Cardinal remains afloat. Without the help of donors like you, The Louisville Cardinal will not be able to continue developing the leaders of tomorrow and providing important news coverage vital to the university community.
Supporting the Cardinal has never been more important than today. With rising operating costs and drastic reductions to university funding, the student-run newspaper relies heavily on advertising and contributions from donors to support its operations.
Your contributions will be used to support a student run, independent media organization. Your generous gift will help us:
- Employ an award-winning staff of student writers, editors, photographers and business staff.
- Operate, maintain and purchase equipment needed to run a print and online media organization.
- Print and distribute The Louisville Cardinal on and around U of L’s campuses.
- Provide journalism and sales training for student staff.
Thank you for considering a contribution to the Louisville Cardinal Inc. that will help support student journalism and impact the entire University of Louisville community.
To make a secure online gift please use the PayPal link on the upper right portion of this page. If you would like to mail a gift, please send it to:
The Louisville Cardinal Inc.
Houchens Building, LL07
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY 40292
About The Louisville Cardinal
The Louisville Cardinal is the independent weekly student newspaper of the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky, USA. It is published every Tuesday during the academic year and once in late April for distribution throughout the summer. The Cardinal was founded in 1926 and has maintained financial and editorial independence since 1980. The Cardinal serves as an outlet for aspiring journalists. Ralph Merkel is the adviser and Maggie Vancampen is Editor-in-Chief.
The Louisville Cardinal Inc. board and staff would like to thank the following supporters, who have contributed individually or through charitable foundations at least $1,000 during the last four years.
- Matthew and Brooke Brown Barzun
- Sandra Frazier
- Mike Kallay
- Don and Ann Kohler
- John McCall
- Sam Rechter
- Thomas Noland and Vivian Sawyer
- John and Catherine Yarmuth