Month: January 2017

REV Ethic Sports

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CV Ethic Sports

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These Two Weeks in History

BY LIAM McABEE January  9, 1812: Swedish Pomerania (Germany) seized by Napoleon January  10, 1776: “Common Sense” Pamphlet by Thomas Paine, published advocating American independence January  11, 1935: Amelia Earhart flies from Honolulu to Oakland Ca January  12, 1903: Harry Houdini performs at Rembrandt theater, Amsterdam January  13, 1923: Taking advantage of the chaotic condition of Germany, Hitler stages a demonstration of […]

2016: A Year in Music

By LAURYN BEST There have been so many great albums produced last year, that unfortunately it is impossible to listen to them all. The following records made their way on my playlist and still haven’t left even into the new year. Each have their own distinct colors and […]

CVHS Sports Score Updates

By ANTHONY MAURICIO ​While students at Citrus Valley High School got the luxury to get a nice break from school during winter, the athletes had a different story. Over the break, Boys Varsity Basketball played a total of 6 games, going 2-4 with wins against Bellarmine-Jeffer, and Carter […]

REV Sports Score Updates

By TONY MAURICIO ​While Redlands East Valley High School was on break, it’s athletes were up and going in their sports and here’s how it turned out. Boys Varsity Basketball went 7-1 over break only losing to Oak Hills by 4 points. Girls Varsity Basketball went 5-2 with […]

Battle of the Valleys

By TONY MAURICIO The Citrus Valley Blackhawks’ boys basketball team look to carry their momentum from a 48-43 victory against Redlands High School into a conference matchup against  Redlands East Valley. Citrus Valley was an underdog going against REV as Citrus is averaging 10 points fewer per game […]

Things to Know About the NBA Draft

By NOAH HERNANDEZ The National Basketball Association league started on October 25, 2016. The league has granted all 30 teams the eligibility for trades. Former Miami Heat/Toronto Raptors All-Star Chris Bosh is currently waiting for doctors to clear him for the 2nd half of the 2016/2017 season. Bosh […]

Trump Picks Cabinet

By LEA CLARK​In the period of June 2015 to November 2016, there has been a drastic change in how the government has been viewed. People have begun to ask the question:What will Trump do Next? Within his president-elect period, Trump assigned his cabinet. Secretary of Defense: James Mattis (Confirmed) […]

Democrats Boycott Trump

By CAROLINE SANCHEZ ​ Fifty five Democrats in Congress chose to boycott Trump’s inauguration on Friday December 20. This came after released information that the election was influenced by the United States’ greatest threat, Russia. Congressman John Lewis of Georgia told NBC News “You cannot be at home with […]

Redlands Emergency Services Academy

BY CAITLIN MILLER​For all graduating seniors who are considering a career in law enforcement or firefighting, the Redlands Emergency Services Academy (RESA) will be holding an informational session on February 2nd. Seniors can sign up for this at the Career Center and will be given a pass so […]

Fabric & Food Drive

BY MIA DELMONICO ​ Redlands East Valley High School will be hosting a clothing and fabric drive starting Tues., Jan. 24 and closing on Fri., Feb. 10. This drive is designed for students to give to the less fortunate. Students are encouraged to go through clothes no longer […]

Women Speak Through Their Footprints

Photo Courtesy of ABC News By MAYA SANCHEZ ​ As stated by the official Women’s March website, “the Women’s March on Washington is a grassroots effort comprised of dozens of independent coordinators at the state level” and according to crowd scientists at the New York Times, the march […]

Hidden Figures gives perspective

By BRANDON SAGLAM Hidden Figures is a biopic depicting the racial struggles of the 1960’s, specifically in the work environment whether it’s equal opportunity, pay, or social graces. Anyone who enjoyed the Jesse Owens Biopic “Race” will also enjoy this movie because of the similar message it shares. […]

Looking Back on 2016 Positively

BY JESSICA LOPEZ Many people would say “2016 has been the worst year ever!” but instead of focusing on the negative things that happened in 2016, let’s focus on the positive. Here is a list of positive things that happened in 2016: Tiger numbers are rising The tiger […]

Graduation Waits Around the Corner

BY JASMYN GONZALEZ As a child, imagination runs crazy when thinking of what the future will bring. Becoming famous seems so doable. Within their imagination, anything is possible. Elementary school runs by so fast, middle school seems to stretch, then there’s high school. A mixture of fun and […]

Trump Becomes 45th President of the U.S

Photo Courtesy of Politico BY CAMERON KROETZ On Friday January 20th, 2017 Donald J. Trump became the 45th President of the United States. After a long election season and two months of transition between administrations Mr. Trump took to the steps of the Capitol to be inaugurated and […]

Aleppo Falls to the Syrian Government

BY CAMERON KROETZ Last month the Syrian Government of President Bashar al-Assad retook the Syrian second city of Aleppo after four years of siege. Aleppo, Syria’s second largest city had, up until the 13th of December been controlled by the Syrian Democratic Council and the Kurdish Authority with […]

Column: Learning to Grow Up 

Challenges By JASMYN GONZALEZ It is normal to have everyday struggles. As Kaylan Enge, a writer for Ethic Newspaper wrote, “first world problems” tend to run across our minds daily. There are those as small as picking out your outfit for the day and making sure that your […]