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Nikhil Warrier

Nikhil is the Multimedia Editor for ManualRedEye. When he isn't playing with his cat, cooking, or playing league of legends he can be found studying for school. He hopes to pursue a field in medicine in college and has loved his time on RedEye.

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.

Administrators to host first annual senior service day

Senior students who filed an approved Educational Enrichment Form will be excused from school on March 1 to serve their communities.

YPAS senior competes for Distinguished Young Women scholarship

Holly Berry (12, YPAS) recently participated in a unique scholarship competition in which she and fellow contestants were evaluated based on the categories of scholastics, talent, interview, fitness and self-expression.

Student art breaks out in “Prison Break” senior show

The latest senior art show, "Prison Break," opened on Thursday, Jan. 14 and will be on display in the Norma E. Brown Gallery until Jan. 28.

Dumbledore’s Army club grieves loss of actor Alan Rickman

Actor Alan Rickman, who portrayed professor Severus Snape in the Harry Potter film series, passed away on Jan. 14 after a battle with cancer.

Custodial staff bans couches from classrooms

Plant Operator Ms. Jane Crady said that the four couches removed from classrooms over winter break were difficult to clean, did not have school board approval and posed a health hazard.

Breaking tradition: Crimson Record newspaper transitions to city-wide magazine format

On the Record, J&C's newest publication, will concentrate heavily on long-form journalism with an emphasis on the youth perspective.

Visual Arts magnet holds opening for “Night Tide” senior art show

Nine seniors in the VA magnet had the opportunity to spotlight their work at the first senior art show of the 2015-2016 school year.

Manual students win top honors at deaf spelling bee

Manual students Jason Vaughn (11, HSU) and Ashley Puckett (12, HSU) earned first and second place respectively at the third annual Deaf and Hard of Hearing Spelling Bee on Nov. 6.