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Piper Hansen is the Social Media Editor of RedEye this year. She appreciates good books, original movies, labrador retrievers and art museums. When she’s not outdoors with her camera Alfred, she’s hanging out with her friends or volunteering at summer camp. Piper enjoys traveling and can always be found planning her next adventure. You can contact her at [email protected]

OPINION: “Never Forget” has been forgotten

This year marks the 16th anniversary of the life-altering events of 9/11, and yet most students know little about it.

Former mayor inspires a new age of civic engagement in Young...

Young Democrats of Manual were inspired to contribute to government on a local level after Jerry Abramson came to speak about the importance of civic engagement.

Louisville travels the World(Fest)

Many people in the Manual and Louisville communities attended WorldFest, a "cultural experience" for all.

OPINION: Colleges should stop using the ACT/SAT

While the ACT and SAT are important milestones in every student's education, colleges should not rely on test scores to make decisions about their applicants.

New teachers bring new goals to Manual

With a new year beginning, freshmen aren't the only ones getting lost in the halls. This year, Manual welcomes 11 new teachers and faculty members.

Meet the 2017/2018 RedEye Staff

Get to know us before the new school year starts in August!

OPINION: Capitalism causes harm to democracy

The 'market-based' economic and political system, capitalism, causes more harm than good.

POINT: 13 Reasons Why has a positive outcome

The new Netflix original series, 13 Reasons Why, has caught the attention of school administrators nationwide but has addressed the ever-present issue of teen suicide.

End-of-year calendar

A schedule for the rest of the school year.

New religious and political freedoms in public schools under Senate bill...

Religious and political freedoms bill, Senate bill 17 will affect public school students all across Kentucky.