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Heart Hemorrhage: American Consumers and Valentine’s Day

Heart Hemorrhage: American Consumers and Valentine’s Day

Elena Horton, Reporter

February 20, 2019


Filed under News, Student Life

The American economy loves holidays. Valentine's day seems to be one of the more expensive ones though. However, as of recently, there's been a decrease in people who've chosen to participate in the holiday. Compared to a decade ago, at 60%, only 51% of consumers expect to treat their sweethearts or themselves to valentine's day treats, according t...

Netflix with northeast: Coming Home Week

Netflix with northeast: Coming Home Week

Kailynn Shaw, Co-Editor

February 18, 2019


Filed under Sports, Student Life

With winter sports ending and spring sports coming quickly, Richland Northeast has a tradition of a week of showing spirit for our school and support for our winter sports teams. At the end of the week, there is a faculty-student basketball game to raise money and awareness for cancer treatments and...

Power moves: Spider-man: Into the Spiderverse Review

Power moves: Spider-man: Into the Spiderverse Review

Elena Horton, Reporter

February 11, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Student Life

Everyone and their cousin knows who spider-man is by now. A web-slinging, do it all dynamo, but no one knows about his extended universe. Into the Spider-verse explores the extended world of the Spider-verse that Stan-lee created long, long ago. Into the Spider-verse is an action style animation which...

Clear Bag Policy

Clear Bag Policy

Elena Hortan, Editor in Chief

November 20, 2018


Filed under Academics, News, Sports, Student Life

Richland School District Two is implementing a “Clear Bag” entry procedure for to all winter varsity sporting events to take effect at the beginning of the regular season.  This proactive measure is part of the districts efforts to continue to improve and advance safety and security measures. Th...

Donuts not brains- Zombie Coffee & Donuts

Donuts not brains- Zombie Coffee & Donuts

Ellena Aimes, Reporter

November 13, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

You may know of Krispy Kreme, Dunkin Donuts or even Duck Donuts, but a new cafe has opened up in the downtown Columbia area called Zombie Coffee and Donuts, A cafe that was founded in Georgia but is relatively new to Columbia. "Zombie is actually hands-on," Malaysia Tyler, shift manager said, "It'...

RNE-TV Live wins national award

RNE-TV Live wins national award

Kailynn Shaw, Co-Editor in Chief

November 12, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Last week, on Nov 1 to Nov 4, seven students and two advisers went to Chicago for the annual National High School Journalism Convention. This convention is a worldwide event where teachers and students in the Journalism field, go and learn more or teach more about their publication. The students had...

Home Sweet Home

Home Sweet Home

Kevin Mueller, Reporter

November 12, 2018


Filed under Sports, Student Life

August 24th held special meaning for the Richland Northeast football team as it hosted a home game on campus for the first time in two years against the Riverbluff Alligators and celebrated the 25th anniversary of being the 1993 State Champions. Players and coaches alike felt “amazing” playing on t...

The News: How do you get it

The News: How do you get it

Kailynn Shaw, Reporter

October 25, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

The news is the way all people keep informed about the world around them and to make sure everyone gets that information there are many different stations, websites, apps and people you can use. For younger kids in elementary or middle school, they probably get that information from their parents or...

Back to the basics: the first week of school

Back to the basics: the first week of school

Elena Horton, Reporter

September 26, 2018


Filed under Academics, News, Student Life

Early morning coffee, a mantra here, a checklist there, everyone had their own way of preparing for this new school year and with that, their own experiences. Students and teachers alike even now are reflecting upon the first week, each with their own criticisms and comments. "I felt comfortable, li...

Nerd out! Go to the Richland Library

Nerd out! Go to the Richland Library

Kailynn Shaw, Co-Editor in Chief

September 24, 2018


Filed under Student Life

The Library isn't the ideal place where teens would hang out. Teens in high school associate the library with books and cliche teen movies. The Richland Library is different than those stereotypes. Richland Library has been around since 1896 when it started out as a private charity. The Richland Library...

Anti-Semitism: More Than It Seems

Anti-Semitism: More Than It Seems

Elena Horton, Editor in Chief

May 21, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

The Kiev Porgrom, The Eternal Jew, The Holocaust. Those are just some of many of the major times Jewish people have faced persecution. Dating as far back as the Civil War, American Jews have faced turmoil and hardship simply for existing. For those who are Jewish over seas, the date goes farther. "Anti...