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Editorial: My journey through Ethic News from a Trekkie’s perspective

By CHRISTIAN MORRISON “Space: the final frontier.  These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise.  Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds; to seek out new life and new civilizations; to boldly go where no man has gone before.” These lines, read by a disembodied William Shatner voice, form the opening monologue of a […]

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The immortal life of lobsters: A letter to the author of “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks”

Editor’s Column Christina is the Opinion editor for Ethic News. By CHRISTINA ANDRONESCU Should this ever reach Rebecca Skloot, award-winning author and renowned science journalist, know that I, creatively strung out high schooler, felt for the first time in perhaps a decade an unrelenting, childlike desire to really learn after reading “The Immortal Life of […]

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Column: Seeing junior year through the eyes of a “well-rounded” student

Editor’s Column Ahlora is the Managing Editor of Ethic News. By AHLORA SMITH Eleventh grade, junior year, the bane of most students’ existence. Going into high school, I would imagine that most kids got the “join lots of clubs and get involved!” talk. Although following this advice made my freshman and sophomore year actually quite […]

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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 Redlands during Market Night. Here is my […]

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