Manual RedEye

Staff Profile
Kate Benton

Kate Benton

2019-2020, 2020-2021

Kate Benton is a Graphic Designer on Manual RedEye this year. She carries a passion for the world of media, swimming, food and music of every kind. You can find her constantly moving about, or you can simply contact her at [email protected]

May 01, 2020
Apr 27, 2020
Apr 24, 2020
Mar 16, 2020
Mar 06, 2020
Feb 07, 2020
Feb 01, 2020
Jan 30, 2020
FEATURE: Shock factor (Story/Photo)

COVID-19: The easiest way to make a homemade face mask

Illustration by Kate Benton

Kate Benton and Mandala Gupta VerWiebe
April 24, 2020
Filed under U.S

In order to make more medical grade masks available to healthcare workers, here's a three step method to make your own mask at home.

FEATURE: Shock factor

Kate Benton
January 30, 2020
Filed under Best of SNO, Opinion, Projects

Female students face the struggles of a lack of feminine hygiene products in school.

STAFF EDITORIAL: Best gift you’ve gotten

Christmas gifts under the tree. Photo by EP Presnell.

RedEye Staff
December 24, 2019
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorials

Giving and receiving gifts is one of the best parts of the holidays, no matter what you celebrate this time of year. Here are the best gifts we've gotten throughout our lives and why they're so special to us.

STAFF EDITORIAL: Our favorite holiday foods

STAFF EDITORIAL: Our favorite holiday foods

RedEye Staff
November 29, 2019
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Opinion, Staff Editorials

Happy Holidays from the RedEye staff! Here, we discuss some of the staff's favorite foods that remind us of the holidays and why they mean so much to us.

The best Halloween activities for teens

The best Halloween activities for teens

Aliyah Lang
October 26, 2019
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Local

Halloween is just around the corner, so we've gathered a list of a few fun activities to get you in the "spooky season" mood!

Louisville’s pools: How club swimming impacts the sport as a whole

A Cardinal Aquatics swimmer prepares for a race at U of L. Photo by Kate Benton.

Kate Benton
October 9, 2019
Filed under Local, News

It started with a quarry, converted to a 3.2 million gallon swimming pool hidden amongst towering 40 foot cliffs in 1924. Then, in 1928, Lakeside Swim Team was born.  Now, joined by two other club teams like it, these three USA Swimming members have made a name for Louisville, and the successful r...