Dear ETHIC Readers, We invite you to help judge and vote for your favorite ETHIC content of the 2017-18 school year. Our goal in ETHIC is to create high quality news content that is accurate, relevant, and of value and interest to our readers. Please help us identify the articles that you feel best met these standards from September 2017 – May 2018. Winners […]Read More Readers Choice Awards – ETHIC wants YOUR opinion!
Citrus Valley Varsity Basketball Coach, Yon Okorodudu, in a team huddle versus Redlands High School Terriers. By JESSICA LOPEZ Citrus Valley High School’s Varsity Coach, Yon Okorodudu, or “Coach O” as he is known around campus, has been the Blackhawk’s varsity basketball coach since the school’s opening in 2009. He also teaches AVID and American […]Read More Q&A with CV Varsity Basketball Coach: “It truly is a blessing on many levels”
By DORIAN NEIGHBORS Adding to Neil Gaiman’s already extensive collection, including books such as “American Gods,” “Anansi Boys” and “Stardust,” Gaiman writes another widely successful book that lives up to his previous standard of work. “The Graveyard Book” by Neil Gaiman is the only novel to earn both a Newbery Medal and a Carnegie […]Read More “The Graveyard Book” Walks the Path of Life
By VINCENT GALVAN Last year, in the 2016-17 school year, Redlands East Valley’s band performed at Disneyland for the Anaheim Heritage Festival and won first place. As a result of the win, REV’s band was invited to more festivals this year, one of them being the San Francisco Festival of Gold in early April. The […]Read More REV’s Band and Choir go to San Francisco
By MIA DELMONICO On Friday, May 25, Redlands East Valley’s PossAbilities Club is having its first special needs prom. It will be a day-long event for all students with special needs. Also in attendance will be football, baseball, choir, video production and ASB. This is to ensure that all the students feel included in this […]Read More REV PossAbilities Club to host first special needs prom