Month: October 2017

Elementary school principal relates inspiration for becoming educator on Redlands Career Spotlight: “I wanted to be a light like my grandma was to me”

By MATTHEW KRISTOFFERSEN Redlands Career Spotlight is a weekly series in which ETHIC interviews a Redlands professional about his or her daily life, career, education and more in order to give readers a more nuanced view into life after high school. This week, elementary school principal Jennifer Hosch […]

“Are you psychoanalyzing me?”  Marriage and Family Therapist debunks common tropes and reflects on eventful career with Redlands Career Spotlight

By MATTHEW KRISTOFFERSEN Redlands Career Spotlight is a series where ETHIC News interviews a new Redlands professional every week about their job, education, daily life, and more in order to educate readers about potential careers students can pursue after high school. In the series’ sophomore issue, ETHIC had […]

Dress code? More like mess code

By AUSTIN GAW There is a quite large, unnecessary, and frankly illogical elephant in the room that, for some reason, still needs to be addressed in 2017. The dress code in the Redlands Unified School District is overprotective, misogynistic, and redundant. According to the RUSD website, “many articles […]

REV Water Polo takes 3rd in San Diego

By DOMINIC RIOS On Friday, Sept. 22 and Saturday, Sept. 23, the Redlands East Valley Wildcats participated in America’s Finest City Kap7 Men’s Invitational Water Polo tournament. They played five games in 28 hours. The opening game of their tournament was against the Redondo Union Seahawks where the […]

Mental STEMulation 2

By WILLIE MALVEAUX, STEM Editor Over the years, having grappled with a great number of different computer programs, and having used everything from Microsoft Paint to Unreal Engine 4, I have come to realize that computer programs at their root are simple. They all follow a pattern of […]