By ELLA FITZPATRICK Can’t think of any gift ideas for your friends and family? Here are some cheap and easy gifts that you can make in under 10 minutes for $10. Santa’s Sleigh Items needed: Kit Kat bar Two candy canes Plastic bag Santa candy Mini candies Ribbon Hot […]
News publication for high schools of Redlands Unified School District and the community.
By RICHARD BUNNER Gaming PC manufacturer Razer, who also makes gaming peripherals, has released a new version of their small-form laptop, the Razer Blade Stealth. With a 13.3”display that can be upgraded to 4k resolution and up to 13 hours of battery life, this laptop is ultraportable when […]
By ALEENA SIRITANAPIVAT On Friday, Dec. 7, Redlands East Valley’s performing arts held an assembly during periods two, three and four to showcase their talents. Programs such as East Valley Singers, Wind Ensemble, String Orchestra and many more put together a winter-themed musical performance to get students in the […]
By MIA ARANDA Winter season means that wrestling season is back, and Redlands East Valley has a winning combination of coaches, players and strategy. Unlike the WWE, these players are not acting but instead put a large amount of time into perfecting their skills with the help of […]
What good snacks mean to science: an interview with Emil Radoi, Redlands East Valley Physics teacher
By ALEENA SIRITANAPIVAT “After a long day, it’s good to have a snack,” Emil Radoi told me as he opened his drawer. I watched while he pulled out two little packs of Hello Panda cookies. “A good snack,” he emphasized, his lips curling up slightly. I accepted them, […]
By MAGGIE SNAVELY When the Inspire Choir is on stage singing, they are fully engaged and having fun, and the audience can’t help but share in the joy. The Inspire Choir, a 20 voice show choir performed by Citrus Valley Special Education students, captivated audiences for a fourth […]
Video: Redlands East Valley’s Drew Vines credits mom and school for real world experience in videography
Redlands East Valley senior Andrew Vines credits his mother, Carrie Vines, and the
Colton-Redlands-Yucaipa Regional Occupational Program for inspiring and honing his career goal of event videographer.
By EMILY WALOS In the United States, there are only 2,321 privately owned children’s bookstores; luckily for the residents of Redlands, one of those stores can be found in the heart of downtown. Tucked just off of State Street, you will find a small bookstore called Frugal Frigate. […]
By ALISON BRADSHAW On Tuesday, Dec. 4, all three levels of the Redlands East Valley girls basketball teams suffered losses to La Quinta High School. The score for the freshman team was 58-29, the score for the junior varsity team was 52-10, and the score for the […]