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Manual students could use the Crimson Hour to destress, finish homework, meet with teachers or socialize.
More cities across the United States should be taking down their Confederate statues, even despite the protests of white nationalists.
The most popular shopping day of the year is not so great, bringing violence and promoting consumerism, impulse buys and overspending.
RedEye Assignment Editor Patrick Smalley discusses five commonly mis- and over-used words that prevent productive discussion in English and social studies classes.
In order to fairly and accurately cover the current movement against police brutality, the news media ought not focus on uncommon, sensational violent riots.
The prevalence of “helicopter parenting” actually harms children in the long run and prevents them from cultivating the skills they need to succeed on their own.
Red/White Week comes with three yearly theme days and the remaining two change yearly– but this years' twin day and class theme day come as a disappointment to many.
A depiction of some theories and insights of high school journalists, produced by the staff of Synapse.
Local news websites added to public confusion about the "Louisville Purge."
Ian Johnson explains why the popular author and internet video star may not be the best choice to speak at next year's commencement.