By AHLORA SMITH, LEA MULAN CLARK and VICTORIA CHUNG Cheesewalla, which roughly translates to “cheese guy” in Bengali, is a hole-in-the-wall restaurant in the Orange Street Alley, a paved park […]
Elementary school principal relates inspiration for becoming educator on Redlands Career Spotlight: “I wanted to be a light like my grandma was to me”
By MATTHEW KRISTOFFERSEN Redlands Career Spotlight is a weekly series in which ETHIC interviews a Redlands professional about his or her daily life, career, education and more in order to give readers […]
R: It’s a place to meet on the corner of State Street. Across from a place for snacks is a nice spot to relax. Here in this place is a mural to face. Music is played here by artists we hold dear.
By KIMBERLY TRAN For students who are not familiar with the Career Center, it is an office that provides many resources like academic support, career preparation, college preparation, and Regional […]
Madison Isaeff is a senior at Redlands eAcademy, and an editor-in-chief for Ethic News. She is also the president of eAcademy’s ASB, and a co-editor for yearbook production. Madison is a student digital artist and designer. Besides studying, she spends time working on designs for various school occasions, or digital paintings to expand her portfolio. In her free time, she enjoys photographing nature, sewing, reading, or spending time with family and friends. After high school, she hopes to pursue an artistic education and career during college to develop her passions and work with others.
By JAMISON STEVENS Citrus Valley’s Blackhawk Theatre Company premiered its second play of the 2017-2018 season in late October based on George Orwell’s dystopian novel “1984.” With the combination of the burgeoning […]