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Fons Cervera

Fons Cervera is Managing Editor on RedEye this year. He is also on staff at The Louisville Leopard Percussionists. When he’s not jamming on his drum set, he can be found consuming large amounts of food. You can contact him at fons.cervera@manualjc.com.

Sophomore musical theatre students perform in class workshop

The sophomore musical theatre showcase took the form of a chronological timeline of famous musical performances brought to life by YPAS tenth graders.

Congresspeople Yarmuth and Wasserman-Schultz visit Manual to honor ISEF qualifiers

John Yarmuth, who currently represents Kentucky's 3rd congressional district, remarked that the International Science and Engineering Fair finalists are the nation's future leaders.

Students reflect on Trump rally demonstrations, violence against protesters

Manual student Logan Zell (12, MST) reflects on his experience being accosted at the Donald Trump rally held in Louisville earlier this month.

Visual Arts magnet seniors glow in fourth show “Aurora”

The latest senior art show, featuring works that all share the common theme of light, opened on Monday, March 14.

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.

Manual students organize, present at third annual JCPS IdeaFestival

Students hosted the third annual IdeaFestival at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts and The Kentucky Science Center on Friday.

Trump rally sparks political engagement throughout JCPS

Huda Jabbar (12, HSU) and Pleasure Ridge Park High School student Isai Sanchez were among many students protesting the polarizing Republican candidate’s rally.

Assistant principal Mr. Darryl Farmer reflects on tenure at Manual

Former assistant principal Mr. Darryl Farmer will begin his new position as principal of Ramsey Middle School on Monday, Feb. 29.

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.

Restaurant chain Noodles and Company opens outpost in Cardinal Towne

Louisville's third Noodles and Company location has gotten off to a strong week of business in Cardinal Towne.