Wildcats gain new band director

By Annie Delgado This year Redlands East Valley High School gained a new band director, Mr. Brian Hollett. He has an extensive musical background, and is ready to take on the new year! Mr. Hollett started playing the french horn in marching band his senior year of high […]

How Do You Stay Motivated?

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REP Presents Redlands Got Talent!

By JANELLE SAUNDERS​Interested in seeing or signing up for a talent show? This is your opportunity. The Redlands Educational Partnership Foundation is presenting the “Redlands Schools Got Talent!” talent show competition. This talent show provides an opportunity for the students in the Redlands Unified School District to display […]

Angel’s Closet gives a helping hand 

By AARON ANDREAS “A helping hand for high school and middle school students in need.”  That is the mission statement for Angels’ Closet Charities.  Angels’ Closet Charities (ACC) is a local, Redlands non-profit organization that is located on the Redlands East Valley High School campus.  Though they are […]

Local Pumpkin Patch Now Open

By Ryan ArandaAs many Redlands citizens prepare to enter the second half of the month of September, some also begin to get ready for the terrifying yet joyful month of October. What better place is there to enjoy the month, the frightfully fun holiday of Halloween and the […]

REV Celebrates Banned Books Week

By Bella HanlonStudents and staff celebrate Banned Books Week.  This year, Banned Books Week is Sept. 28 to Oct. 2.  Mrs. Krohne and Mrs. Massimiano’s students work together to create banned book trading cards.  Each student chooses a book and illustrates their own interpretation of the cover.  This […]

Different is Normal

Perspectives from a Positively Stressed Senior By Annie Delgado As a teenager these days, there is so much pressure on students in schools to “fit in.” On most High School campuses, you have the popular kids who are in ASB, and cheer, then you have the jocks, who […]

CV vs. REV MOBA Match

By Chris Carranza MOBA stands for Major Online Battle Arena.  It’s a highly competitive game genre where players must work together to defeat their foes.  On Friday Sept. 18, CV’s MOBA Club, the Salty Mid, went against REV’s MOBA Club, the Dubstep Igniters. The match between the two […]

Adventures at Comic Con

For the Creative Soul By Katherine Snavely The 2015 Comic Con in Long Beach has come and gone and was full of artists, comics, and tons of actors and actresses. For example Doctor Who and Arrow actor John  Barrowman, along with star Chloe Bennet from Marvels Agents of […]

Loving Yourself

Discover Beauty By ALYSSA OUILLETTE Most teens these days seem to deal with the pressures of being perfect, having the perfect body, the perfect skin, the perfect hair, the perfect teeth, the list is never ending. As a teenager myself I have dealt with the same struggles of yearning […]

Column: Managing stress and keeping focus

Health: Mental, Physical, and Emotional ​ By MADDIE CHUNG Challenging classes.  Tests.  Grades.  Class standing.  Overloaded activities.  Community service.  Volunteer work.  Jobs.  Leadership roles.  Transferring schools.  Changing schedules.  College applications.  High parental and personal expectations.  Negative thoughts and feelings.  Chronic illnesses.  Financial struggles.  Unsafe living environments.  Relationship issues. […]

Volleyball Phenom Enters Last Season

By Paul Villagrana For athletes, senior year is one of the most exciting times to experience, as they hope to earn their school titles, reputation, and much more. For Redlands East Valley’s Senior Volleyball Captain, Vashti Knight, all of these goals are expected to be achieved this year. […]

Blackhawks welcome new principal

By LAYLA ABBAS and BRANDON SAGLAM The departure of Citrus Valley High School’s former principal, Bernie Cavanagh, brought sadness to the students and staff who greatly respected him and all he has done for Citrus Valley. But with his departure, the school welcomed in a new principal, who […]

The Political Divide

By Jonas Poggi On August 6, Fox News aired what will be the first of twelve Republican Debates. The top ten polling candidates argued back and forth for over two hours in front of twenty-four million American viewers; these twenty-four million did not include Redlands East Valley teacher […]

The 2015 Video Music Awards; Recap

By Jonas Poggi On August 30th, MTV aired their annual Video Music Awards, and as usual, the night was filled with startling accusations, revelations, and outfits. The show began with a joint performance of Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift. Other musicians who performed throughout the course of the […]