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

Sarah Kim, a 17 year old senior at Fern Creek High, Lin Trần, a 15 year old sophomore at duPont Manual High School, Thalia Thach, a 17 year old senior at North Oldham High School, Emily (Mimi) Cowherd, a 16 year old sophomore at Eastern High School, gather with items representative of their cultural background on Nov. 24th at Tom Sawyer Park. Sarah showcases the traditional Korean hanbok, Lin has on her Áo dài,  “long shirt”, Thalia Thach wears her traditional Khmer dress, and Mimi in her qipao. Photo by Erica Barnes.

Unconventionally Asian

Words by Lin Tran
December 20, 2021
Unharnessed

Unharnessed

Words by Lily Cashman
December 20, 2021
Looking out the front door of her grandmothers house in the Oakdale neighborhood near Churchill Downs, one-year-old Roxanne (Roxy) Price watches pedestrians and traffic on the road on Oct. 16. Just outside the doorframe and on the windows, columns, and the roof hid the danger beneath the cracked paint that caused Roxy to get lead poisoning.

Painted Poison

Words by Payton Carns and Justin Price
February 5, 2020
The subject of this domestic violence story holds up a blurred family picture.

The Silent Cycle

Words by Hannah Welch and Maddie Currie
February 5, 2020
A yellow graphic of a world map with lines extending from Kentucky to Tanzania, Guatemala, Vietnam, Ethiopia, Burundi, and Eritrea.

The Power of We

Words by Ysa Leon
January 23, 2020
A Look at Logan Street Market

A Look at Logan Street Market

Words by Noah Grebe, Marilyn Buente
December 20, 2019
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