Category Journalism

Louisville’s Move to the ACC: The Debate Continues

  A week ago, the University of Louisville was invited to join the ACC in 2014. This was just the beginning of a long discussion about whether the Cardinals were worthy of the Atlantic Coast Conference. “We were definitely the underdogs,” said Louisville Athletic Director Tom Jurich. “People had UConn not penciled in, but penned […]

A Rant on Christmas and Black Friday

I’m like many of you. I do like Christmas time. It’s nice to have a little break between semesters or a little bit of time off work. However, I still don’t understand the consumerism. The Black Friday deals and the Cyber Monday deals sounded great for value, but in practice they aren’t really worth it. […]

Rape Allegations Retracted… Elmo Isn’t Going to Jail

Elmo happy now… After allegations surfaced that Kevin Clash had statutory rape with a 16 year old boy, many people (including myself) raised concern and disgust. Fortunately, the allegations have been recanted and no further issues will come of this story. So, Elmo is innocent. Thank goodness. In our justice system, people are innocent until […]

Elmo Accused of Statutory Rape… Takes Sesame Street Leave of Absence

Kevin Clash, a world renowned puppeteer who gave life to Elmo on Sesame Street, is taking a leave of absence from Sesame Street while he faces allegations of statutory rape for having sexual relations with a 16 year old boy. It’s being reported that the alleged incident did not happen on company property (Sesame Street), […]

A Weekend Full of Football – Denver Broncos and Louisville Cardinals

  Being a Denver Broncos fan and a Louisville Cardinals football fan, I had the opportunity to attend 2 games in back to back days. The Cardinals played the Temple Owls on Saturday at Papa Johns Stadium in Louisville. The Denver Broncos played the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati. Both […]

Louisville Cardinals Football Team in the BCS Top 10

As of today, the Cardinals are ranked number 10 in the BCS rankings. For those of you fortunate enough to go to the game on Friday night at Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium against the Cincinnati Bearcats, you sure got your money’s worth. Granted, the weather was cold and wet, plus the athletic department announced that […]

University of Louisville: Gas Leak at Student Recreation Center Construction Site

  This is getting to be some sort of a joke… The University of Louisville has a gas leak, now. In the month of october, the University has reported bed bugs in Ekstrom Library and Unitas Tower, a mold problem in Miller Hall that required evacuation of all the residents, flooding in Ekstrom Library, and […]