March 24th, 2018

Audit recommends Manual improve inclusivity

Among other things, the culture and climate audit noted "competition," "covert bullying" and "microaggressions" at Manual.

OPINION: 2018 Oscars call for entertainment diversity

This year marked the 90th year of the Academy Awards. While the ratings dropped 19% from last year’s awards, talk of diversity, sexual assault, the Time’s Up movement and women’s rights spoke volumes.

QUIZ: How much do you remember about February’s news?

Quiz yourself on some of the most important events from the month of February 2018.

Educators demand action: Teachers rally against gun violence

Exactly one week after the shooting in a Parkland, Florida school that claimed 17 lives and changed many more forever, teachers and educators from around Kentucky gathered in the cold and rain of downtown Louisville to protest three pieces of Kentucky legislature being considered that would make guns more prevalent than ever.

CEO Mary Spio visits Manual to introduce virtual reality to the...

On Wednesday afternoon, Mary Spio, CEO of CEEK VR, came to Manual to speak about her plan to make the Old Rivalry game a new experience for all.

Valentine’s Day sweet treats

This Valentine's Day, surprise your sweetie with this sweet and salty treat.

Valentine’s Day date ideas

This year for Valentine's Day, take a look at this list of affordable and fun dates you can go on with someone special to celebrate the holiday.

RedEye News Recap: Jan. 2018

In this edition of RedEye News Recaps, Piper Hansen and Olivia Evans review the content from the month of January and announce that recaps will begin airing every month instead of every week.

CSPN-TV: Feb. 2

Airing includes a promotion of the Scholastic Art Award winners and reports on the status of Louisville homeless shelters in the winter.

Senior surprised with scholarship

Senior Brayan Aviles was surprised with the Benjamin Templeton Scholars scholarship from Hanover College.