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Patrick Smalley

Patrick Smalley is an Assignment Editor for RedEye. He tends to curate the site’s editorial and academic content. He’s a history buff who likes sushi, manta rays, the Decemberists, and of course obscene amounts of video games.

Proposing a new framework for measuring political ideology

Assignment Editor Patrick Smalley proposes a new theory for classifying political beliefs by utilizing a three-variable system to plot ideology along three-axes.

OPINION: Two theories for envisioning a fairer primary process

RedEye editor Patrick Smalley outlines two potential solutions to the current deeply flawed and oft-criticized primary process.

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.

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.

OPINION: Five words journalism and the social sciences would be better...

RedEye Assignment Editor Patrick Smalley discusses five commonly mis- and over-used words that prevent productive discussion in English and social studies classes.

Your interactive guide to AP finals

Check out RedEye's first ever interactive guide to the school's Advanced Placement course finals.

AP Government and Politics data reflects perceptions about Manual community’s political...

Data collected in Manual's AP Government and Politics class hints at a strong liberal majority within the student population.

OPINION: #Roastmas reveals Louisville’s cultural divide

RedEye Assignment Editor Patrick Smalley explains how Red/White Week's annual Twitter war indicates a role-reversal of historical tensions between Manual and Male.

Three Manual teachers retire at end of school year

Ms. Alice Hall (Science), Mr. John Albright (Science) and Ms. Rosalind McFall (English) will not return for the 2015-2016 school year.

Key Club holds annual charity movie night

Key Club will donate proceeds from the fundraiser to Kiwanis International's Eliminate Project, which aims to combat maternal and neonatal tetanus.