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Guest Commentary: Handicapped ramps abused by cyclists
by Louisville Cardinal
Sep 01, 2008
“I am dismayed at the carelessness of many cyclists on campus who are chaining their bikes to ramp handrails. These ramps are meant for two purposes - to facilitate loading into buildings and to provide motor-impaired individuals with equal building access.”
Chopstock provides night of music, charity
by Louisville Cardinal
Sep 02, 2008
“By his own admission, Vince Cain was "all over the place" on Friday night at the Red Barn.
When he wasn't preparing food or organizing canned goods, he was working with the seven bands the venue featured that night or working the door.
If he didn't get to stop and enjoy the music for a moment or munch on the food arrangement offered, it was because he was busy ensuring the success of Lambda Chi Alpha's first annual Chopstock music festival, an event that collected funds and canned goods to benefit Dare to Care food bank.”

Study says college can create risk for delinquency
by Louisville Cardinal
Sep 02, 2008
“College attendance is most commonly associated with upward mobility in society as well as social growth. However, sociologists at Bowling Green State University found information that could contradict this association.
According to Tara Parker-Hope of the New York Times, the researchers found that college-bound students may have been less likely to participate in delinquent behaviors during adolescence, but college seemed to spark some "surprising changes.”

A Sobering Thought
by Louisville Cardinal
Sep 02, 2008
“College and alcohol have been synonymous for years. Whether it's a wild party or a simple drink among friends, liquid courage is as much a part of college culture as textbooks and study halls. Still, there are many consequences to be endured when college students go too far and put themselves in danger due to irresponsible drinking.”
U of L branding: Notice the difference?
by Louisville Cardinal
Sep 02, 2008
“Like the other makeovers around the University of Louisville, their promotional items have changed too. The Times New Roman font of the former U of L logo is now replaced with Delta Jaeger. Who can blame them for the new logo that was released earlier this year? That thick, sans-serif-like font can catch a student or visitor's eye.”
Guest Commentary: New food provider to have 'excellent improvements'
by Louisville Cardinal
Sep 02, 2008
“Over the past several years the complaints surrounding food services on Belknap campus were primarily three-fold: not enough options, too few locations, and too few hours.
When bringing the new dining service Sodexo to campus, the Student Government Association and faculty members alike made sure these issues were resolved.”

Sodexo will serve well as new provider
by Louisville Cardinal
Sep 02, 2008
“The University of Louisville listened.
Ah, finally some attention.
They listened to the grumbles of stomachs and the voices of a concerned student body.
Changes to U of L's food service provider, from Chartwell's to Sodexo, is a positive step forward in the right direction.”

Lolla is more than a coach to his players
by Louisville Cardinal
Sep 02, 2008
“In the past few seasons, the University of Louisville men's soccer team has established their credibility as a team that can win. Now they are ready to take their program to the next level, and they think they have found the key factor, head coach Ken Lolla.”
Alumni Profile: Working for The Big East
by Louisville Cardinal
Sep 02, 2008
“Dan White went from grinding coffee beans to working for the Big East in just a few years.
White, a University of Louisville sports administration graduate, and now a communications assistant with the Big East, worked at Java Brewing Company, United Parcel Service and as a substitute teacher for Jefferson County Public Schools.”

Upcoming game will be road less traveled
by Louisville Cardinal
Sep 02, 2008
“When the University of Louisville football team takes the field Saturday, it will be facing an opponent that it has no business playing.
It's not because the opponent is from a lower level conference, or because their stadium isn't even close to beng half the size of Louisville's.”

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