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Kaylee Arnett is a staffer on RedEye this year. She enjoys hiking, swimming, and exploring nature. When she's not out adventuring, she can be found at home with her three dogs.

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.

BHM: Attica Scott discusses her political career and racial identity

RedEye reporters sat down with Attica Scott, House district 41 representative, for her views on politics, the black community, education and more

BHM: A history of desegregation in JCPS

A look at the issue of segregation in JCPS and the efforts made over the years to improve it.

University of Louisville at risk of losing its accreditation

After an overhaul of the board of trustees, a circuit court case and a new Senate bill one of Louisville’s two public universities has been put in jeopardy, which may affect Manual students in the future.

POINT: One cannot be anti-abortion and a feminist

Some anti-abortion activist women feel left out of the Women’s March on Washington Saturday. I think they should be left out.

Senior art show “Quartz” hits Manual rock hard

VA is back with its third senior art show of the school year.

RedEye reviews the biggest stories of 2016

Read about the events that shaped 2016 around the world, the nation, and the Manual community.

Holidates for the holidays

Here are some of Louisville's top holiday festivities. Enjoy them with a friend or significant other during this chilly month.

Senior art show “Intrèpide” opens at Manual

VA opened its second senior art show of the school year, featuring the works of nine students.

Speakers share stories of their connection to the Holocaust

Gabi von Seltmann, a Polish artist, and Uwe von Seltmann, a German journalist, came to Manual on Monday to share personal stories about their families' pasts.