Column: This is my Ethic photo book

By BRANDON SAGLAM Foreword: I spent some time thinking about how I should say goodbye to this publication that means so much to me. I knew I had no perfect formula to senior year or even high school to share, nor do I believe I can write something so profound it would be meaningful to… More

Column: Snowfall, Lil Uzi Vert and the internet: Why I will miss my time in Ethic News

By MATTHEW KRISTOFFERSEN Snow fell weekly on my middle school campus, but we never got a snow day. This, I reasoned, was a different kind of snow—not the icy, cold, fun-for-the-first-day-but-never-again kind of precipitation that Redlands never gets—but instead, it was something black, white and read all over: the school newspaper. This was a special… More

Column: You and I, First and Lasts

Firsts and Lasts BY MAYA SANCHEZ, Editor-in-Chief This news publication is nearing its end: after this publication, there is the magazine, then it’s for next year’s team to start again. And as the year comes to a close, one of the things that’s most prevalent on seniors’ minds (not all seniors, of course, because each… More

Column: Until We Meet Again.

Perspectives from a Positively Stressed Senior By ANNIE DELGADO ​This is it. My last column for TRUE Ethic news. I want to start off by saying thank you to all the readers, you guys have helped grow this paper so much and I’m so grateful for that. Second of all, I want to thank the… More

Column: Through My Eyes

By  KATHERINE SNAVELY ​ First of all I would like to thank everyone who has been reading and keeping up to date with the Ethic Digital Newspaper and I hope you have fully enjoyed what we, the Ethic team, has shared with you. This will be the last time that I share the many artistic… More


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