Category: Editor Columns

People of Redlands

By BRANDON SAGLAM Foreword: So I was inspired by Brandon Stanton’s project “Humans of New York” to take portraits of people and get a glimpse into their life through a question. So on March 28, I thought it would be interesting to meet some of the people of […]

Jersey Girl does Palm Springs

Editor’s Column: Jersey Girl Lilian Mohr is the finance manager of Ethic News By LILIAN MOHR Since moving 3000 miles across the country away from my small, New Jersey high school in the middle of what many may describe as “nowhere,” I am starting my journey through my […]

What the REV WAY means to you

By MIA DELMONICO Respect – “Respect to me means treating others how you want to be treated.” Daniel Jimena, Grade 11 Ethical – “Being ethical means standing up for what you believe in.” Noah Hernandez, Grade 12 Vocal – “Being vocal means saying what you need to say […]

Dope. Being sad is normal

Dope. By CAROLINA SANCHEZ It’s okay to be sad. As the seasons change, emotions can change too. For some it is happiness that comes from California getting an escape from the heat, but for others it’s the beginning of their seasonal depression. Seasonal depression is clinically known as […]

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 […]

Introducing Mental STEMulation

Mental STEMulation By WILLIE MALVEAUX, STEM Editor Sir Francis Bacon once said, “Ipsa scientia potestas est,” or if you don’t speak Latin, “Knowledge itself is power.” Money is power, and time is money. Money, time, and knowledge are all the same, and linked by power. Statistics show that […]

The REV WAY begins with respect

REV WAY By MIA DELMONICO, Features Editor Respect: A feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements. This simple word contains the power to change people’s lives. This word is the primary quality that the REV Way, the new set of standards […]

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 […]

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 […]