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Nikhil Warrier

Nikhil Warrier is the Multimedia Editor for Manual RedEye. When he isnt working at the YMCA he is cooking or playing video games with friends. He wants to attend University of California, Berkeley and enter into a field of medicine or engineering.

Manual students reflect on the first week of school

Students from all four grades agreed: the first day wasn't as bad as they thought it would be.

Manual gets new electronic sign in senior parking lot

A new electronic sign was recently added to the back of Manual's parking lot as a gift from the class of 2015.

Manual BSU organizes city-wide ‘Black Lives Matter’ rally

Manual's Black Student Union recently organized a Black Lives Matter Rally in West Louisville as a response to the recent killings of black me by police officers.

Teachers, parents and students participate in “Wear Red for Ed” movement

Members of the JCPS community have spoken out against new proposals regarding the disciplinary code and freezing of teacher pay.

Controversial Confederate memorial to be relocated

U of L President James Ramsey and Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer announced the decision at a press conference Friday morning.

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.

Final senior art show “Wired” opens at Manual

The final Visual Arts magnet senior show "Wired" opened in the Norma E. Brown Gallery last Thursday, April 14.

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.

Students organize annual YPAS New Works festival

YPAS's annual New Works festival features original short plays that are written, directed and performed entirely by students.

MST junior reaches final stage of MIT research competition

Vaannila Annadurai (11, MST) was recently named a finalist in the MIT INSPIRE competition, which focuses on high school research in the arts, humanities and social sciences.