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Olivia Evans is one of the Editors-in-Chief of RedEye this year. She is very passionate about her community volunteering. She is a member of NHS, SHH, and Beta Club. She is also a varsity athlete on the track and field team at Manual and aspires to go D1. When she isn’t behind a computer editing stories, she can be found in the gym grinding. You can contact her at olivia.evans@manualjc.com or @ome0258.

Manual slays Seneca in a blowout

Recap of last nights victory over the Seneca Redhawks.

Louisville unites to mourn The Greatest

After the passing of Muhammad Ali, Louisville held a memorial service on the third.

Teachers protest proposed JCPS pay freezes, code of conduct changes

Teachers protested outside of the JCPS Van Hoose Education Center before tonight's regularly scheduled school board meeting.

Your inside guide to obtaining a learner’s permit

In the state of Kentucky, students are eligible to obtain their learner's permit upon turning age 16, provided they present required paperwork and pass a multiple choice exam.
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Annual football fundraising dance cancelled

The annual football fundraising dance, planned to be hosted at Hotel Louisville, was cancelled due to improper adherence to JCPS fundraising guidelines.

O Squared Eats: Loui Loui’s

The latest installment of O Squared Eats reviews Loui Loui's, a restaurant that serves up pasta and Detroit-style pizza with a few notable hitches.

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.

O Squared Eats: Quills Coffee

Read a review of the food and drinks from Quills Coffee, near Manual, in the first installment of this new series by RedEye staffers.

The daily grind: Student athletes excel academically despite time pressures

Despite their strenuous schedules, Manual's student athletes show that it's possible to maintain academic excellence while playing a sport.

Geography with a cause: APHG students serve their communities

Students taking AP Human Geography are working in teams of two to four to design and execute service-learning projects centered around health or food security.