Louisville first.

“Louisville first” means something different today than it did 48 hours ago. What was once a rally cry for the ‘best college sports town in America’ has some tarnish on its shine. So, the question is, where do we go from here? 

climbing out of the swamp

What did you tell people that you wanted to be when you “grow up”? For me, it was a doctor. Briefly, a tap dancer on Broadway topped the list, and later a forensic scientist, but quite consistently through the years my answer to that question was a doctor. A pediatrician, to be exact. I heldRead more

I’m not evil.

I don’t know about you, but I’m tired. Actually, I’m not sure if “tired” quite cuts it. As I sit here, with tears threatening me from behind my eyes…. I’m exhausted. I’d say it’s been a long week, but that would be a lie. It’s been a long election cycle… It’s been a long almostRead more

Dear Sports Illustrated

Dear Sports Illustrated (c/o Michael Rosenberg), Michael, Michael, Michael… Is it okay if I call you Michael? I figured it would be in my best interest to begin by getting to know the real you before I really begin – considering the position I’m about to take. Because of that, I checked into your background. Your piece on TheRead more

An Open Response to “Collegiate Discrimination”

Earlier today, I read an eloquently written article entitled “Stop Defending Greek Life“. I’ll be honest, I stumbled across it in a “connection” Facebook group for my sorority, and clicked on it because the title intrigued me. Especially when I’ve come to be known as a bit of a vigilante for defending my fellow GreeksRead more

An Open Response to “Greeks establish informal tailgating dress code”

I’m a 3 year season ticket holder to the University of Louisville’s football program. I’m a sorority girl. And I’m mad as hell. Yesterday, an incredibly controversial article was published by UofL’s student run newspaper, The Louisville Cardinal, entitled “Greeks establish informal tailgating dress code.” If you haven’t read it, you might want to click theRead more