Panel of historians discusses Castleman’s legacy, says his statue shouldn’t be moved Friday, Oct 4 2019 

The Castleman Monument has been the center of controversy because its critics argue that Castleman is closely associated with the Confederacy, slavery and segregation.

Bear cubs lock themselves in a Gatlinburg van, then honk until a human let them out Friday, Oct 4 2019 

The van's driver says he heard honking for 20 minutes before he finally went to investigate


After spacesuit mix-up, NASA once again will attempt the first all-female spacewalk Friday, Oct 4 2019 

With two medium-size spacesuits now available, Christina Koch and Jessica Meir are scheduled to embark on their spacewalk Oct. 21, NASA said.


LMPD lieutenant awarded $1.2M in sexual harassment lawsuit Friday, Oct 4 2019 

In 2016, Lieutenant Jill Hume accused the department of failing to protect her from another lieutenant who sent her sexually explicit photos.


ELSB helps students adopt their four-legged study buddy Friday, Oct 4 2019 

By Cassidy Craig — 

The University of Louisville’s Engage Lead Serve Board (ELSB) hosted an informative tabling event on animal colleagues in college on Sept. 26.

The event brought in numerous organizations that offered various resources ranging from learning about the adoption process from Fat Heads Rescue to university classes offered about the loyal companions by Professor Dave Simpson.

While there are many benefits of having a furry friend in college, there are also responsibilities that come with pets to consider.

When it comes to adopting, time is a major thing to consider, according to Catie Hofmeister, the ELSB animal welfare director.

Every student has a different and likely busy schedule, so students must be ready for the time commitment with heavy consideration of their personal schedule.

This makes having any pet like a dog or a cat very difficult to have while living in the dorms.

But when one is able to adopt, there are many benefits.

“The constant companionship. There have been so many times where I needed love and support, and I wished that I had my family with me, but my dog has sort of taken their place,” said Molly Holt, a second-year education major.

In addition, just petting a dog can lower blood pressure and help alleviate depression, according to a study done by the University of South Carolina.

Louisville has many organizations to aide in the adoption process like Fat Heads Rescue, Animal House Adoption Center and Louisville Metro Animal Services.

Graphic by Alexis Simon / The Louisville Cardinal 

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Two-way conversion of Third Street in downtown Louisville to begin Monday Friday, Oct 4 2019 

Third Street from Muhammad Ali Boulevard to Broadway will be repaved, repainted and then reopened as a two way street.

IMAGES | Louisville Waterfront Botanical Gardens opens to public Friday, Oct 4 2019 

Louisville's Waterfront Botanical Gardens officially opened to the public Friday afternoon.

Bernie Sanders released from the hospital after having heart attack earlier in the week Friday, Oct 4 2019 

Sanders' treating physicians said the senator's "hospital course was uneventful with good expected progress.”


New signs downtown aim to combat vehicle break-ins and thefts Friday, Oct 4 2019 

The crimes for this year are still higher than last year, especially in the central business district.


Louisville boy with autism has dream birthday party thanks to police officers Friday, Oct 4 2019 

One dream came true today for a boy in Louisville. The men and women in blue, along with firefighters, stopped by his home for a birthday surprise.


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