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Emily McConville, Content Director

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Emily McConville served as the Content Director for ManualRedEye.com and the Copy Director for the Crimson Yearbook. She enjoys writing satire, watching Doctor Who, and reading the news. She was also the captain of the speech team.

Seniors share their memories and advice for future generations

A few weeks ago, a questionnaire was posted to several social media sites, asking Manual seniors to share their claims to fame, advice for younger students, and regrets. Here are how they responded.

Crimson yearbook addresses quote fabrication

The yearbook staff released the following statement today, addressing a yearbook club member's public tweet announcing that she had fabricated some interview responses. To the...

The 2013 Crimson yearbook: a preview

The Crimson yearbook will be handed out to students who pre-ordered it after school tomorrow. Those who did not pre-order can buy one in the J&C...

Yearbooks to be distributed on Wednesday, May 22

Students who pre-ordered the 2012-2013 Crimson yearbook can pick up their copy at the yearbook distribution party on Wednesday, May 22, from 2:30-3:30 in the small gym. Students must present a school ID. The party will have pizza and drinks.

Library sends out schedule for the next two weeks

The library will close for student use after Friday, May 31, according to an email sent to the faculty today. Students will, however, be able...

SBDM releases survey asking students’ “Criteria for a new principal”

Yesterday, the School-based Decision Making Council (SBDM) started advertising a survey asking students, parents, teachers, and other interested parties to define their "criteria" for the best candidate for principal. The SBDM, which plays a key role in deciding who Principal Larry Wooldridge's successor will be, sent out emails to faculty and parents yesterday.

School loses power for most of first block

The school was plunged into darkness for more than an hour this morning due to a transformer failure on 2nd Street, resulting in the disruption of most of first block.

Tweets from #manualblackout2013

This morning, just before the 7:40 bell, the school lost power due to a disabled transformer. With class disrupted (though in many cases not for long), Manual took to Twitter. Here's a recap of how the action unfolded.

The Ridiculam: Young sorcerers’ dreams crushed as wizarding colleges send out...

Many top wizarding universities sent out admissions decisions in the past couple of weeks, disappointing the millions of young sorcerers who received the dreaded...

Marco Rubio speaks at U of L while the Kentucky Dream...

On Monday, March 25, Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), a guest of the University of Louisville's McConnell Center, gave a speech on a variety of topics. Outside, a group of demonstrators was concerned with just one: immigration.