A newsmagazine by and for the youth of Louisville

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A newsmagazine by and for the youth of Louisville

On the Record

A newsmagazine by and for the youth of Louisville

On the Record

Things To Do in Lou: Holiday Edition
Things To Do in Lou: Holiday Edition
Words by Julia May, Marketing Director • November 28, 2022

  ALL MONTH ACTIVITIES: These activities will be running all month long throughout December. Lights Under Louisville: Running from...

Design by Mia Leon
First Time Voters' Guide to the General Election - A Continuous Thread
Words by Maya O'Dell, Amelia Jones, and Mia Leon October 11, 2022

Eligibility In the United States you have to be 18 to vote by the general election, but you can register before that. You have to be a U.S citizen...

On July 4, 2022, dozens of Louisville protesters join Kayla Jaiden and the Party for Social Liberation’s (PSL Louisville) planned protest for reproductive rights near Baxter Avenue. Photo by Erica Fields
Louder Than The Fireworks
Words by Erica Fields July 10, 2022
Design by Ari Eastman.
FOMO Fascination
Words by Keller Mobley and Cameron Breier June 11, 2022
Mind the Gap
Mind the Gap
February 16, 2022
Bored? Follow Noah, Noah, and Marilyn and find out what you can do in Louisville for $0, $15, and $30.
In our home city of Louisville, and in many places throughout the U.S., the Class of 2021 has spent nearly their entire senior year online. Four duPont Manual seniors and On the Record staffers — Marilyn, James, Claire, and Lainey — share their message to the world.
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A newsmagazine by and for the youth of Louisville
A newsmagazine by and for the youth of Louisville