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Papa John's name removed from Louisville stadium following n-word controversy

The University of Louisville announced Friday that it will remove the Papa John’s name from its football stadium as part of the growing fallout over a racial remark made by the pizza chain’s disgraced ... read more

Morehouse College Bans Papa John’s From Campus Amid N-Word Controversy

The University of Louisville also said it would remove the company’s name from its football stadium ... Papa John’s Apologizes For Making “Divisive” Comments This post Morehouse College Bans Papa John ... read more

Louisville erases Papa John’s name from stadium as sports teams flee

Papa John’s is getting sliced from the University of Louisville’s stadium ... materials following the latest controversy. A person inside the company with knowledge of the decision said they were unaw... read more

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Papa John’s officially gone as Louisville drops naming rights in favor of Cardinal Stadium

Louisville has moved quickly to distance itself from the growing controversy surrounding racist ... confirmed what many in red were hoping: Papa John’s name was being taken off the team’s football sta... read more


After using n-word, Papa John’s founder sees his name removed from hometown gymnasium

To Moore, removing the name was the right thing to do after Schnatter admitted Wednesday to having made offensive remarks, including use of the n-word ... University of Louisville moves to change the ... read more

Louisville Football Players Want Papa John's Branding Removed After Racial Slur

Football players at the University of Louisville want a name change to Papa John's Cardinals Stadium following the recent news surrounding the pizza company's founder, John Schnatter. Schnatter used t... read more

Louisville takes Papa John's off name of Cardinal Stadium

Thursday, two Louisville players spoke out against the name of the stadium. Schnatter used the N-word on a company conference call this spring during a training exercise discussing racial issues. Papa ... read more

The Latest: U of Louisville stadium removes Papa John's name

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The Latest on the fallout over Papa John's pizza founder John Schnatter's reported use of a racial slur (all times local): 1:05 p.m. The University of Louisville is removing the ... read more

UK cuts ties with John Schnatter following controversy over racial slur

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The University of Kentucky will no longer recognize John Schnatter in any way, President Eli Capilouto said Friday. In a news release, Capilouto said Schnatter's name would b... read more

Papa John's Founder John Schnatter Resigns From Company After Using Racial Slur

Following yesterday’s apology, The University of Louisville said Schnatter resigned from its board of trustees. The football stadium at the institution is named Papa John's ... ordered the name John H ... read more

Amid a backlash, Papa John’s distances itself from founder, who speaks out in interview

The statement by CEO Steve Ritchie was shared on social media hours after the University of Louisville said it planned to remove ... Papa John’s after founder’s admission of n-word use University of L... read more



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