December 16th, 2017
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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.

OPINION: Why I’m glad House Bill 151 didn’t pass

House Bill 151, also known as the neighborhood schools bill, has passed the House of Representatives. Here is why it should die in the Senate.

OPINION: Abortion legislation infringes upon women’s rights

Recent bills restricting abortion in Kentucky are threatening the rights and health of women.

Opinion: Grimes/McConnell funds come from all across the U.S.–except Kentucky

Staff writer Shea Dobson explains how the increased influence from out-of-state interest groups is drowning out the voice of Kentuckians in this year's Senate race.

Malaysian political cartoonist visits Manual

Political cartoonist Zulkiflee Anwar Haque, better known as Zunar, spoke with student about press freedom in Malaysia.

OPINION: If you can’t see it, you can’t be it

Women are currently underrepresented as sources in the media, and that needs to change.

OPINION: Distance from Obama is a smart move by Grimes

Savvy campaigning has kept an under experienced Grimes in close contention with Senate minority leader McConnell.

Famous news anchor Jim Lehrer visits Bellarmine

Jim Lehrer discusses his views on modern journalism and politics.

On The Hill: New debt bill and new coloring book

Ian breaks down bills and coloring books in this weeks edition of On The Hill.