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Was Slavery a Choice?

May 14, 2018

400 years ago, the South had a thriving economy off of free slave labor. With a majority of those slaves being from Africa, with the system running on pure racism, it's regarded as one of the lowest points in American history. Kanye West, a rapper, made a comment which stirred many debates within...

Shell out! – Making the Most of your Prom Night

Shell out! - Making the Most of your Prom Night

Elena Horton, Editor in Chief

April 24, 2018

Prom night, one of the most anticipated times of year, but easily one of the most expensive. According to, on average a prom night for a girl can easily tally up to $570, while being $250 for guys. So, that begs the question: how can someone have fun on that special night whilst avoiding turning...

School Safety

Amber Bolar

March 22, 2018

Since January 1st, 17 school shootings have occurred in the U.S. alone. With so much concern, schools are now taking higher measures with students and facility by having more practice lockdowns. While in practice lockdowns students should always take them seriously and perform them as they would during...

Play On!- The Lady Cavs Go To The Playoffs

Kailynn Shaw, reporter

March 16, 2018

The Lady Cavs had gone to the playoffs in February and played hard. They advanced to the playoffs when Junior, Kayla Brown shot a buzzer shot giving them a chance at winning the game for the Lady Cavs. The team went all the way to the semi-finals in Augusta, Georgia and lost but still are regional ...

All Star Greetings – Keke Palmer Makes an Appearance at RNE

Elena Horton, Editor in Chief

March 15, 2018

  The ACT is one of the most anticipated exams of the year. It is around this time many students feel their moral becoming destroyed due to the stresses of testing. To combat this, Principal Sabrina Suber had a special event planned just for the students at RNE. One February 26th, RNE ...

Deadliest Diseases: The Flu

Deadliest Diseases: The Flu

Kailynn Shaw, Reporter

March 15, 2018

One of the world's most common viruses is Influenza. In recent years, influenza has gotten more and more powerful though because of the many different strands there are. Once ill, someone who has it could have one strand, which needs a different antibiotic, "Personally I think that I have seen worse...

SAFE Federal Credit Union

Gabby Greenley

February 19, 2018

The SAFE Federal Credit Union is a financial institution located on campus to accommodate students and staff. The easy accessibility and convenience encourages everyone at Richland Northeast to save and enhance their financial security. SAFE is ran by students here at RNE. The student interns are selected...

Hallway PSA

Darius Adamson, Kayla Jeffers, and John Jeffrey

February 8, 2018

Navigating the hallways of Richland Northeast High School is a dangerous and tedious experience. Follow these three simple rules to make the hallways of Northeast a safer and more enjoyable place for everyone: Stay in Your Lane Move at a Quick and Steady Pace Don't Text and Walk ...

Winter Blood Drive

Clarkson Broadwater, Broadcast Journalist

February 8, 2018

On December 6th, students signed up to give the gift of life at the winter blood drive. Attendees entered the new gym and filled out their information in anticipation to donate to the red cross. Students then waited in line to be called by a volunteer to be seated. After waiting, students were sat...

Epic or Fail #1

Darius Adamson, Shani'a Bellamy, and Zion Kennedy

February 8, 2018

RNE-TV Live personality, Darius Adamson goes around campus to introduce the Cavs to a brand new segment: Epic or Fail, where extreme videos are shown and the Cavs have to guess if they are "epic" or "fails". Watch the video that will have you going "oh honey, no" with the first edition of Epic or...

Coming Home Recap

William Davidson and Omaria Murray-Broadwater

January 16, 2018

On the last week before Winter Break, students enjoyed Coming Home week and participated in the dress-up days. Monday, December 11th was Dress to Impress and enjoyed the Hope Assembly that morning. Tuesday was white out. Wednesday was pajama day. Thursday was jersey day. Friday was Flashback and students...

Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality

Kailynn Shaw, Reporter

January 10, 2018

People go on the internet with the expectation of being able to do whatever they want without having their internet blocked the ability to go onto their phones without worrying about corporate slowing down data and asking for users to pay a special fee to keep it at a decent speed. The action of complete...