By DOMINIC RIOS Teal is the new orange. The Teal Pumpkin Project by FARE is to help raise food-allergy awareness. One in every thirteen children have food allergies, so they are … Continue reading How to participate in giving out allergy safe materials for Halloween trick or treating
By MIA DELMONICO It’s pumpkin season and there are so many ways to use a pumpkin in the magical season of Autumn. Whether it is for decoration or it is … Continue reading Six Ways To Transform a Pumpkin Into Something Useful
BY CAROLINA SANCHEZ On Saturday, Oct. 28 the Redlands East Valley and Citrus Valley debate teams faced off with the rest of the Citrus Belt Speech Region in the annual … Continue reading Speech and Dehalloween
Video by SETH HENDRICKSON Voi Fata, senior, carries on the Redlands East Valley tradition of the haka.
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BY STEPHANIE AGUILAR Southern California hasn’t seen a storm any time recently, but the east coast of the United States has been hit hard by Hurricane Matthew. It formed near … Continue reading Hurricane Matthew Causes Chaos in the East
By DOMINIC RIOS The Teal Pumpkin Project by Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE) is to help raise food allergy awareness. One in every thirteen children have food allergies, so … Continue reading Teal is the New Orange
BY JASMYN GONZALEZ There is much controversy with this year’s presidential election. Yet again, on Oct. 19, Trump and Clinton attempted to win the preference of the American people … Continue reading Third Debate is Foundation for Next U.S President
By MIA DELMONICO What gives you the strength to succeed? Many people have different thoughts on this subject. It seems as though the answer to this question depends on how the individual … Continue reading Where do you draw your strength from?
Orangewood High School student Andrew Davis By JAYLEN ALLAN Andrew Davis is a busy high school student who enjoys drawing, film, Yugioh, skateboarding, story writing, music writing, and gaming as … Continue reading OHS’s Andrew Davis has Many Options and Words to Describe Him
Focusing on the Benefits of the Arts By SAVANNA PATINO High school is a hodge-podge of stereotypes and cliques, and for newcomers, it can be very intimidating. Here’s what I … Continue reading Column: Through My Eyes
By TIM LEE Sully, which was recently released in the box office, has had overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics. It debuted with a 155.4 million USD revenue with only a … Continue reading Sully Soars in Theatres