Month: April 2017

Column: Just speaking my truth

Lessons I’ve Learned in High School BY LAURYN BEST As I approach what is commonly considered the end of childhood, it’s inevitable that I’ll  look back on my past four years at Citrus Valley. I’ve learned a lot, not just academically, but about myself. I realize I had […]

REV score updates

By TIM LEE Boys Varsity Baseball: April.6 Win Vs Carter (6-3) April.11 Win Vs Redlands (1-0) April.13 Win Vs Redlands (5-3) April.18 Win Vs Miller (3-2) April. 20 Win Vs Miller (12-4) Girls Varsity Softball: April.6 Win Vs Carter (6-0) April.11 Loss Vs Redlands (1-3) April.13 Win Vs […]

CVHS score updates

By TONY MAURICIO ​Boys Varsity Baseball: April.6 Win Vs Miller (8-0) April.11 Win Vs Cajon (5-3) April.15 Win Vs Cajon (2-0) April.18 Win Vs Carter (4-2) April.20 Win Vs Carter (2-1) Girls Varsity Softball: April.6 Win Vs Miller (11-2) April.11 Loss Vs Cajon (8-4) April.13 Loss Vs Cajon […]

Column: Learning to grow up

Teachers, I Wish You Knew… BY JASMYN GONZALEZ There are many different types of teachers. There are the teachers that are easy to talk to; easy to be honest and real with. There are the teachers that want nothing to do with students after the bell rings; the […]

Column: Through my eyes

An Open Letter to a Lost Friend BY SAVANNA PATINO An Open Letter to a Lost Friend Dear Friend, I decided to write this because now it has been one year without you in my life. Here’s what you missed: Denial I still remember the moment I heard. […]

Column: Here’s the thing

Dear  Non-car Enthusiats’ ​BY DAVID MIKHAILDear non-car enthusiasts, I write to you as a huge petrol head and car enthusiast to enlighten you on why I, and many other people, like cars. First let me address the reason why, in most cases, people don’t like cars. That is […]

Column: The sum of my experiences

I am a Global Citizen BY CAMERON KROETZ ​Over the course of my life I have been fortunate enough to have been to 32 states, three provinces, two territories, 36 independent nations, four dependencies, and one principality. Each individual place has left a mark on my being and […]

Column: You and I

Firsts and Lasts BY MAYA SANCHEZ This news publication is nearing its end: after this publication, there is the magazine, then it’s for next year’s team to start again. And as the year comes to a close, one of the things that’s most prevalent on seniors’ minds (not […]

Overview of the NBA Playoffs

By NOAH HERNANDEZ Eastern Conference Game 1   108 Indiana Pacers @ 109 Cleveland Cavaliers   Game 1   97 Milwaukee Bucks @ 83 Toronto Raptors Game 1   106 Chicago Bulls @ 102 Boston Celtics Game 1   107 Atlanta Hawks @ 114 Washington Wizards Game 2    111 Indiana Pacers @ […]

War in Syria will rage on

By CAMERON KROETZOn April 4 2017 at 6:30 am local time, an airstrike hit the rebel-held town of Khan Shaykhun in the northern Idlib Province. A few minutes after the strike, people began to notice symptoms of chemical poisoning, particularly pinpointed pupils, the mark of the neurotoxin known […]

REV Winter Guard goes to World

By SAVANNA PATINO On Wednesday April 5, 2017, Redlands East Valley High School’s Varsity Winter Guard team woke up at 2 am and got on a plane to Dayton, Ohio. The team traveled to compete in Winter Guard International (WGI) World Championships. Winter Guard is an athletic/performance activity […]

Dear future self….

Alex Figueroa 12th Dear future self I hope I can be successful in the future and I can actually know what I want to do in the future .Ariel Lopez 12th Dear future self I hope that you have graduated college with your music degree and have moved […]

Column: Just Speaking My Truth

Part Timer By LAURYN BEST ​Being a student is a full time job in and of itself, but some students choose to take on the extra responsibility of working a part time job. I am one of those students. There are a multitude of reasons for why I […]

REV Badminton Loses to RHS

By TIMOTHY LEE On Mon., March 27th, Redlands East Valley High School’s Co-Ed Badminton team faced off against Redlands High School in one of two rival matchups of the season. The REV students were excused from class at 1:30 in order to board the bus and travel to […]

Formula 1 Races On

By DAVID MIKHAIL It’s that time of the year again when the Formula 1, which is the highest class of single-seat auto racing that is sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile, season comes upon us. However, this season is not quite like those who came before it: […]

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series

By KAILIE McKEE ​On Sunday March 26, 2017 NASCAR Cup Series took place at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana. Kyle Larson finally found victory lane, pulling away after an overtime restart to win Sunday’s Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Speedway. Larson took the checkered flag after 202 […]

These Two Weeks in History

By LIAM McABEE March 21, 1933: Hitler, Goering, Prince Ruprecht, Bruning & top army meet in Berlin March 22, 1790: Thomas Jefferson becomes the 1st US Secretary of State under President Washington March 23, 1775: Patrick Henry proclaims “Give me liberty or give me death” in speech in […]