Month: October 2016

Speech and Dehalloween

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 Halloween tournament. This tournament is unlike any other of the year because there is not a sea of […]

Teal is the New Orange

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 they are usually left out of the trick-or-treat fun since most candy is off limits.  There are ways […]

Column: Through My Eyes

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 have to say about that: Give the arts a chance. Whether it is performing arts or visual arts […]

Sully Soars in Theatres

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 budget of 60 million USD. The film, directed by Clint Eastwood, stars actors Tom Hanks and Aaron Eckhart […]

Marching for First Place

By KAYLAN ENGE ​The Redlands East Valley Marching Wildcats and Citrus Valley Black and Gold Brigade went head to head against each other on Oct. 15 at Aliso Niguel High School. Both bands belong in the division of 2A they were the only ones to compete in that […]

Wild Oats: A Product of Hard Work

By MAYA SANCHEZ  The Redlands East Valley Thespian Troupe 5847 recently performed the play “Wild Oats” on October 13, 14, and 15. “Wild Oats” is a “melodrama set in the wild west that includes elements of Shakespeare,” explains Redlands East Valley senior and President of the Thespian Troupe […]

Column: You and I

Seasons Come and Go By MAYA SANCHEZ  People don’t like change; this is a sentence that we’ve been told time and time again, usually to explain cranky behavior or resistance. In physics, the resistance of change is called inertia. Newton’s first law directly addresses this phenomenon. Everything in […]

The Rise and Fall of Ken Bone

BY LAURYN BEST​​Ken Bone earned his place in the meme hall of fame on Oct. 9 during the second presidential debate in St.Louis Missouri. Because it was carried out town hall style, people seated on the floor were able to ask the candidates questions personally. Mr.Bone couldn’t have […]

Ethic Sports CV

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Column: Learning to Grow Up

Believing in Yourself By JASMYN GONZALEZ​I know that it’s cliché to say that I feel like a nobody and I have no purpose, but it’s nearly impossible for me to feel otherwise. Maybe, if I had someone whispering every other second that I am indeed a good person […]

News Brief: Scholarship Opportunities

BY CAITLIN MILLER​The Redlands Elk Lodge has two scholarship opportunities for seniors. One of the scholarships is available to any senior and is for academic, community, and school achievements. If seniors’ parents or grandparents are a part of Elk Lodge, they’re also offering a scholarship specifically for those […]

MIAW Strives to Stamp out Stigma

BY CAITLIN MILLER ​ ​Mental Illness Awareness Week, on Oct. 2 – Oct. 8, was established in 1990 by the U.S. Congress in recognition of National Alliance of Mental Illness’ (NAMI) efforts to help raise consciousness and fight the destructive stigmas that come along with mental illnesses. When […]

A Look at These Two Weeks in History

BY LIAM McABEE​Oct. 8, 1945: President Harry Truman Announced the Atomic Bomb Secret was shared with Britain and CanadaOct. 9, 1936: Hoover Dam begins sending electricity to Los Angeles Oct. 10, 1773: Paul Revere gets married to Rachel Walker in Boston Massachusetts Oct. 11, 1726: Benjamin Franklin returns […]

Column: Tim’s Trap House

By TIM LEE ​Taking on the role of sports editor has been quite an experience. The last time I have written for a school newspaper program was in the 7th grade when I was a writer for Moore Middle School’s newspaper class. I recently enrolled in Ethic News […]