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Erian Bradley

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Erian Bradley served as a Staff Writer for ManualRedEye.com, as well as Manual AM, the school’s news station. She was also a member of the Step Team and the Drama Club.

The mascot brawl: what really happened

The real story behind the mascot brawl video that went viral worldwide.

Gene Policinski speaks at WKU on the importance of the First...

On Nov. 30, Gene Policinski, a veteran journalist and the Vice President of the First Amendment Center, came to speak at Journalism Scholars Day...

Opinion: Step Team has fallen on hard times, but is coming...

On Sept. 21, the duPont Manual Dreamers approached the gym floor, praying they would perform their best and get approval from the other students. The...

Gallery: Mr. Cook teaching choral music

Students focus on the notes carefully to bring out the right tune. Students read over their notes, while Mr. Cook does the same. Hunter...

Mr. Cook changes the idea of choir

Mr. Jacob Cook (Vocal) stood up in front of the classroom with his arms crossed and his lips pursed while he explained the next...

Moving on to summer—Girl’s Basketball

On March 10, the Manual Lady Crimsons won the state championship, the KHSAA Sweet Sixteen. But that is not the end for many of...

Lady Crimsons win big tournaments

On Dec. 28-30, the duPont Manual Lady Crimsons went to a important tournament in Cincinnati, winning all three of their games. The team was extremely happy...

Opinion: Holiday ignorance and the true messages of the holidays

Many teenagers today are into the holiday spirit—whatever holiday that might be—but not all teens actually understand the holidays they claim to be celebrating. “We...

The days of being speechless are over

A poem by Erian BradleyThe days of being speechless are over We now can speak our minds Without being arrested or fined Freedom of the press Yes, it's...

The potential effects of Obama’s new student loan plan

In late October, President Obama proposed a plan to lower monthly loan payments for low-income students graduating high school in future years. The high...