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Amanda Tu

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Amanda served as RedEye's 2015-2016 Co-Editor-in-Chief alongside Peter Champelli. She currently attends Stanford University and misses working on the staff so very much.

Manual RedEye: A Year in Review

Look back on RedEye's greatest works from this past school year and read a letter from 2015-2016 Editors-in-Chief Peter Champelli and Amanda Tu.

Meet Manual’s 2016 ISEF competitors

Eleven MST students will represent Kentucky at the International Science and Engineering Fair in Phoenix next week.

Inside the Class of 2017 junior ring ceremony

Four general categories of recognition are presented annually at the junior class ring ceremony—book awards, special awards from colleges, department awards and academic awards.

Class of 2016 officers and steering committee organize senior luncheon

Seniors will be divided into discussion sections of ten students or fewer on Thursday to meet and interact with peers whom they may not know well.

Manual staff and students participate in Speed Art Museum reopening party

Manual staff and students will help celebrate the reopening of the J.B. Speed Memorial Museum following nearly four years of renovations.

Counselors transition course scheduling process to online platform

Students will make their 2016-2017 course requests via Infinite Campus, a transition that the guidance office hopes will streamline the scheduling process.

Crimson Mission nonprofit hosts first annual fundraising gala

Founded by Manual parents in February 2015, the Crimson Mission is a nonprofit that raises general funds for student-related purposes.

Louisvillians participate in first-ever Kentucky Republican presidential caucus

Though some campaign volunteers and caucus participants were concerned about low turnout, caucus official Fay Haupt said that she observed a surprisingly large number of voters.

North Oldham High School students sound off on controversial artwork display

A North Oldham parent has raised concerns that a student drawing inspired by Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” encourages antagonism toward police.

Students rally before basketball homecoming game

Today's pep rally featured performances by the Dazzlers dance team, the step team and the cheerleaders.