By Emily Walos Part of the quintessential “high school experience” is the interactions teenagers have with each other, and the easiest way to form these connections is to join a … Continue reading Citrus Valley Club Rush encourages all students to explore their interests
By MAGGIE SNAVELY When impactful events occur in the world, we immediately look to find out more about what happened on the news. However, we cannot accept everything we read … Continue reading Opinion: First impressions matter, especially with news on social media
By HELEN POGGI Governor Jerry Brown vetoed Senate Bill 328 on Sept. 20, under which California school start times would have been pushed back to 8:30 a.m. or later. The … Continue reading Later school start times vetoed by California state Governor
Cynthia Mallett, Environmental Program Supervisor for the City of San Clemente, shares information on the annual California Coastal Clean-Up day and tips on keeping oceans clean. The Redlands East Valley … Continue reading Video: Student volunteers and residents beautify beaches on Coastal Clean-Up Day
Whiteboard question: “What clubs are you planning to be in this year?” Monday, Aug. 27, 2018 (Lilian Mohr/Ethic Photo) By MIRIAM YORDANOS Several clubs across Redlands East Valley High School … Continue reading News brief: Redlands East Valley High School celebrates Club Fair Week
Most students at Citrus Valley and Redlands East Valley high schools were born after September 11, 2001. Students from both schools share what they know about 9/11. (Sept. 10, 2018; … Continue reading Video: What do you know about 9/11?
“Whoever controls what is written down and passed along controls the minds of the people. That is why it is of the utmost importance of all generations, now and to … Continue reading Analysis of 1868 newspaper reveals timely message: Freedom and potential of the press remain responsibility of both writer and reader
By MATTHEW KRISTOFFERSEN “It can hardly be argued,” Supreme Court Justice Abe Fortas explained, “that either students or teachers shed their constitutional rights to freedom of speech or expression at … Continue reading Murillo, Arellano: Students ‘will not be penalized’ for participating in Mar. 14 walkout
By JESSICA LOPEZ Photos by BRENT ATHERLEY On Tuesday, March 14, 2018, Citrus Valley’s Spanish Club hosted their annual salsa contest during lunch in the Blackhawk Bistro. For the past … Continue reading CV’s Spanish Club has fourth annual salsa contest
By CHRISTINA ANDRONESCU With Advanced Placement testing season on the horizon and thick reams of review packets already being doled out, many students find themselves wondering whether taking these difficult … Continue reading AP classes: Are they worth it?
By MARYLOU SALDANA Rah-rah-rah! They came, they saw, they conquered. The Citrus Valley High School cheer squad won first place at USA Spirit Nationals. Since its origin in the United … Continue reading Citrus Valley High School cheerleaders lead the way to victory