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New Albany Did What Louisville Has Not: Pushed Through Downtown Street Redesign

In just four years, Louisville’s Southern Indiana neighbor quietly redesigned its entire downtown road network — a feat unmatched virtually anywhere else in the country. Meanwhile, across the Ohio River, Louisville has seen almost no progress on its downtown road redesign efforts. A study commissioned by Louisville in 2009 made many recommendations, almost all of which are still unrealized today, more than 10 years later.”      

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The Unfucking of the Midwest
Dan Canon

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Editor’s Note
Aaron Yarmuth

Schools Reform — Not Re-Harm

State lawmakers are just pushing papers around the desk, reshuffling them and calling it reform....
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Minda Honey

Ask Minda Honey: Should I Out My Friend As Trans To Potential Dates?

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Guest Commentary

Campus Free Speech Is Just State-Sanctioned Violence In Disguise

When we say UofL is a PWI, or predominantly white institution, we have to focus...