Tag Archive: Supply and Demand

Oct 23

If You Build It, They Will Bike: The Mayor of Louisville’s Field of Dreams

If You Build It, They Will Bike: The Mayor of Louisville’s Field of Dreams By Andrew Genesius The Mayor of Louisville is haunted by a dream. He has a vision of a Louisville where the ringing of bells has replaced the honking of car horns as thousands upon thousands of bicycles roll through the streets. …

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Jul 17

We are All Going to Die, and This Time I Mean It!!!

We Are All Going to Die, and This Time I Mean It!!! by Mary Cooper We are all going to die a horrible death! The end is near; bird flu will kill us all, a super strain of bacteria resistant to all antibiotics is about to strike, an asteroid will collide with the Earth in …

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Jul 14

We Are All Going to Die and This Time I Mean It!

We Are All Going to Die and This Time I Mean It! by Mary Cooper We are all going to die a horrible death! The end is near; bird flu will kill us all, a super strain of bacteria resistant to all antibiotics is about to strike, an asteroid will collide with the Earth in …

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Jun 04

13th Issue New Voice For Politics

13th Issue New Voice For Politics In this Issue A Spoonful of Sugar Helps the Politics Go Down If you want people to listen to you, do not be a jerk If You Don’t Like It, Don’t Buy It: Little Girls’ T-Shirts Don’t Fit Everyone  T-Shirts will not turn your children into monsters Making the …

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Jun 03

If You Don’t Like It, Don’t Buy It: Little Girl T-Shirts Don’t Fit Everyone

  If You Don’t Like It, Don’t Buy It: Little Girl T-Shirts Don’t Fit Everyone by Denise Moe Oh the horror of it all! Girls’ graphic t-shirts are now sporting phrases like “I’m too pretty to do my homework so my brother did it” and checking off favorite subjects as shopping and dancing but leaving …

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May 08

12th Issue New Voice For Politics

12th Issue New Voice For Politics In this Issue Have Another Round: The Solution to College’s Drinking Problem If you want less binge drinking, you need to drink more. Why You Will Pay Me $20 for Bottled Water Satisfying the thirst of wild beasts. Ice Cream Death Spiral It can only go down from here …

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May 08

Have Another Round: The Solution to College’s Drinking Problem

Have Another Round: The Solution to College’s Drinking Problem Wayne Butler When people think of college, many imagine half naked men and women in beer drenched togas chanting as beer spews forth from kegs like lava from Mt. St. Helens. From Animal House to Old School, numerous movies have described the drinking excesses of college …

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May 08

Why You Will Pay Me $20 for Bottled Water

Why You Will Pay Me $20 for Bottled Water J. A. Gedra On April 13, 2014, I and half of the city of Louisville visited the Louisville Zoo. Normally, half of the metropolis is not simultaneously moved to visit the zoo, but today was different. What made it different? It was Earth Day. Do not …

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