The Saber is the student run news site of Richland Northeast High School.  We strive to bring the students up to date content on things that may effect them around school and in their everyday life. We want to bring content that the students will enjoy on our website and social media.

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The Saber is the student run news site of Richland Northeast High School.  We strive to bring the students up to date content on things that may effect them around school and in their everyday life. We want to bring content that the students will enjoy on our website and social media.

The Saber

The Saber is the student run news site of Richland Northeast High School.  We strive to bring the students up to date content on things that may effect them around school and in their everyday life. We want to bring content that the students will enjoy on our website and social media.

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Split Lunches, Split Clubs

Ein Moscowitz, Reporter April 21, 2022

   Clubs, the infamously popular, student made extracurriculars that give kids the opportunity to meet with others about topics or activities they’re passionate about, while at school. Though clubs...

2021 Homecoming Spirit Week

2021 Homecoming Spirit Week

Han Nelson, Editor-in-Chief September 20, 2021

Monday: Croc Day To start off the week, Cavaliers kept it casual with Croc Day, showing off their crocs. Tuesday: Twin Day To take a thought from last year's homecoming, Cavaliers once again twinned...

2021 Homecoming Spirit Days

Deim Gannaban, Reporter September 8, 2021

Spirit Week Ending and First Home Game Activities

Sam Helman August 26, 2021

Tomorrow, August 27, will mark the first school spirit event since winter of 2020. There will be a parade where the student government, the band, and the football team will march around the school....

Homecoming 2020

Han Nelson and Rissy McDonald November 22, 2020

Some things happen in high school that you will never forget; maybe it is when you scored the game-winning point, starred in the school play, or even when you aced an exam. For many students at Richland...

Covid-19 taking over how we learn could be beneficial

Kailynn Shaw, Reporter May 14, 2020

Covid-19 could be beneficial for the education system. It does not seem all that great being stuck at home but the way things are running education could become a lot less tedious. Just like any other...

Stay safe from sickness

Stay safe from sickness

Han Nelson, Reporter March 3, 2020

With a new virus out to play, it's been noticed that it is harder for people to stop the sickness from getting to them. Here are some tips on to protect yourself from any sickness.

The first round of the playoffs

Kailynn Shaw, Editor-and-Chief March 3, 2020

The Cavalier family packed the stands, with sounds of excitement and support, for the first round of the playoffs. On February 19th, the Cavaliers faced the Blue Ridge Tigers in the first round of the...

The benefits of learning a new language

The benefits of learning a new language

Max Brabham, Reporter December 3, 2019

While most electives are things that are optional, there is one exception. Language electives such as Spanish, French, and Latin, are a requirement for all students, as one needs at least two language...

Top five Netflix shows of 2019

November 14, 2019

Netflix one of the most used streaming service because of its wide variety of movies, documentaries, and television shows all advertisement free. Many of the TV shows on the site are from cable television...

Homecoming 2019

Max Brabham, Reporter September 29, 2019

It's 2019 homecoming week here at RNE and just like every year, there is a theme, Northchella. Just like Coachella, there is a variety of different styles for each day of this week, here's a list of what...

Cornell notes: What are they?

Cornell notes: What are they?

Max Brabham, Reporter September 20, 2019

When it comes to taking notes, the cornell style is often the most advocated. Opinion on this type of note taking style can fall under loved, hated, or anything in between. As of the 2019 school year,...

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