Analysis of 1868 newspaper reveals timely message: Freedom and potential of the press remain responsibility of both writer and reader

“Whoever controls what is written down and passed along controls the minds of the people. That is why it is of the utmost importance of all generations, now and to come, to protect the press’s freedom, as they also in turn protect their own freedom. Newspapers must remain written by the people, for the people.” […]

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Redlands Symphony Orchestra stuns audiences with eclectic selection of pieces

By CHRISTIAN MORRISON The Redlands Symphony Orchestra put on a stunning concert at the University of Redlands Memorial Chapel on March 3, 2018. The show featured five pieces of music that included the famed “Mission: Impossible” theme song as the final song. The first three pieces were brought to life that night by the brilliant […]

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Citrus Valley High School participates in nationwide school walkout in remembrance of Parkland shooting

By ZOE MYERS At 10 a.m. on March 14, high school students all over the country united in remembrance of the 17 victims who lost their lives during the Florida shooting. Citrus Valley High School was one the many schools who participated, with approximately 200 to 250 students walking out of class according to Citrus […]

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How the #MARCHFOROURLIVES movement is turning children into leaders

By ALEX PLASENCIA The #marchforourlives movement has expanded rapidly throughout the country as students protest gun reform in the wake of the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida, killing 17 students and teachers. So what is the #marchforourlives movement? According to marchforourlives.com, the priority of the movement is “to demand that their (students) lives and […]

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Murillo, Arellano: Students ‘will not be penalized’ for participating in Mar. 14 walkout

By MATTHEW KRISTOFFERSEN “It can hardly be argued,” Supreme Court Justice Abe Fortas explained, “that either students or teachers shed their constitutional rights to freedom of speech or expression at the schoolhouse gate.” But what about when students leave the schoolhouse gate? More specifically, when students across America and Redlands walk out of their classrooms […]

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AP classes: Are they worth it?

By CHRISTINA ANDRONESCU With Advanced Placement testing season on the horizon and thick reams of review packets already being doled out, many students find themselves wondering whether taking these difficult courses now will be worth it in the end. Beyond the advantage of a greater competitive edge when applying to colleges, some students elect to […]

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