Wednesday, January 25, 2012

The Cardinal Paper... Anti-Student?

The Articles That U of L's "Student" Cardinal Censored, and More:

What Louisville Students Don't Know: The Cardinal Censored Article #1: "Last Tuesday, on September 20, 2011, U of L’s SGA met up in Room 275 in the Law School Building. During Senator Skylar Graudick’s

presentation on his Senate Discussion Resolution, ironically, Graudick was interrupted several times by the inco..."

 Cardinal Censored Article #2: "Labor Board Meets at U of L" "On Tuesday, September 20, 2011, on the 100 year anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in New York City, U of L hosted a Labor Panel that consisted of scholars and labor leaders, from 4 to 5:30pm in Chao Auditorium. The Labor Panel included Joy Carew, Ph.D., Associate Director of the PAS Chair, Catherine Fosl, Ph.D. of the Anne B..."

Cardinal Censored Article #3: "Opinions About #OccupyLouisville": "The Mayor has not taken a position on the Occupy Louisville movement. However, the city has agreed to allow the protestors to occupy Jefferson Park until the year’s end. The group has been a good caretaker of the park," writes Chris Poynter, the Deputy Communications Director for Mayor Greg Fischer. The only stipulation in the permit for Occupy Louisville..."

 Johnny Tsunami's One Man #Occupy: "I didn't realize how terrified the Establishment is of the #Occupy movement until I put a tent in the Quad of University of Louisville, in the big thunderstorm at the end of November 2011. Julian Assange..." 

Occupy v. Tea Party v. Black Power v. 8 Hour Workday by Johnathan Masters "Glenn Beck announced the Tea Party's gains in the Summer of 2009: “If you're concerned about the government, you're considered dangerous now in America. More than 160,000 Americans have already signed up to be part of our 9/12 Project, "," since we launched it a week ago— 163,000 people have signed up. Who are these people? They're people just like you that are just concerned about our government and they're co..."

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