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Mauna Kea protests against massive telescope prompt astronomers to look to ‘Plan B’

By CHRISTINA ANDRONESCU This past July, compelling images of Native Hawaiian activists protesting the construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) atop Mauna Kea have been consistently dashed across everyone’s newsfeed. This battle, however, is an ongoing one—with local demonstrations against the $1.4 billion TMT beginning as early as October 7, 2014.  Mauna Kea, also […]

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‘Who you are not:’ Hoch sends off graduating Wildcats with words of heart, humor and humility

By ALEENA SIRITINAPIVAT On June 5, the Redlands East Valley High School class of 2019 was honored with a traditional graduation ceremony at the historic Redlands Bowl, complete with talented student and staff graduation speeches. The graduates heard from seniors Maha Quadri and Brenton Holbeck and were presented with a unique charge from ASB-nominated graduation […]

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News brief: Hangar 24 fueled up for its eleventh annual AirFest

By ELLA FITZPATRICK Wondering what the thunderous noises booming over Redlands were starting the afternoon of Friday, May 17? On May 18 and 19, Hangar 24 charities hosted its eleventh annual Airfest at the Redlands Municipal Airport. This Airfest publicizes extreme pilots who execute daring stunts, like spinning in circles and free falling thousands of […]

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