Month: February 2017

REV Sports Update

By TIMOTHY LEE ​Boys Varsity Basketball:Jan. 26 Loss vs. Redlands High School (49-53)Jan. 28 Win vs. Yucaipa High School (66-45)Jan. 31 Win vs. A.B. Miller (57-32)Feb. 2 Win vs Eisenhower (75-51)Feb. 7 Win vs Cajon (74-63)Girls Varsity Basketball:Jan. 26 Win vs. Redlands High School (71-30)Jan. 28 Win vs. […]

Column: Just Speaking My Truth

Love Like A Child BY LAURYN BEST On Oct.15, 2015, a woman had seemingly witnessed a black male breaking into a car and stealing it. She called 911 and proceeded to follow the man so he wouldn’t get away with the crime. This man was Lawrence Crosby, a […]

News Briefs: CV

By LAURYN BEST​Club ShirtsPurchase a $10  Black Student Union t-shirt just in time for Black History Month. Students must go to the finance office and tell them their shirt size in order to purchase one.Blackhawk Spirit Crew shirts are selling at $9. Valentine’s Day GramsCV will be offering […]

News Briefs: Rev

By CAITLIN MILLER​An students who are interested in being a cheerleader at Redlands East Valley next year are welcome to come to the pre-parent/student meeting to get information for next school years’ cheer and find out what will be expected of the student and parent. This informational meeting […]

REV Prepares for Wizard of Oz Production

By SAVANNA PATINO ​This year at Redlands East Valley, the performing arts department is putting on their second consecutive spring musical. The drama, choral, and instrumental music departments come together to put on the best show possible for students and adults. This year, they are producing the classic […]

Lunch Lines Cause Conflict

BY VINCENT GALVAN Ever since elementary school, there has always been a lunch line. At school, there are students that pay for their lunch and there are some that do not. Every student that wants lunch all have to get in line, and the first ones in line […]