Month: February 2016

REV’s Khris Vaughn Commits to UC Davis

Khris Vaughn (#11) pictured above. Photo by TANNIS VINES. By RYAN ARANDA On Jan. 14, 2016, REV football’s standout wide receiver, Khris Vaughn, made his long awaited commitment to the University of California, Davis. After receiving offers from multiple Division I colleges, Vaughn would officially sign with the […]

Column: The Courage of a Journalist

Perspectives from a Positively Stressed SeniorBy ANNIE DELGADOI have always been a good writer. Alongside history, English proved to be my best subject. I enjoyed writing, whether it was an assignment for school or a piece for my own personal pleasure. It was not until I joined a […]

REV ASB Hosts Blood Drive

By BELLA HANLON​On Jan. 29, 2016 Redlands East Valley held their second blood drive of the school year. 161 people signed up and gave blood, which means the school received $10 per unit ($1610). Now, many of you may not know, but the school must reach a goal […]

CV Speech and Debate Road to Nationals

Citrus Valley’s speech and debate team has had a year full of significant achievements and looks forward to continuing their success with nationals coming up. Miranda Thomson and Emily Fu are the debate captains and Lindsay Neighbors and Loren Bassil are the speech captains. Thomson stated that the […]

Clippers’ Star Reveals True Self

By RYAN ARANDAWho is Blake Griffin? To some, he’s the Los Angeles Clippers’ superstar basketball player, who is often seen posting impressive stats, executing entertaining dunks, and hitting clutch shots.  ​To others, he is viewed as the fake tough guy who appears on car commercials and receives no […]

Column: Inspiration Is Everywhere

Live To InspireBy LAYLA ABBASMany obstacles are thrown in our direction almost every day. The lesson that arises from difficult situations is how we bounce back from it. How do we accept what has happened and learn to move forward? Inspiration lies all around us. Students that we […]