The Saber

The History of Pride in South Carolina

The History of Pride in South Carolina

Kailynn Shaw, Reporter

October 25, 2017

Pride Parade is a public event that allows the LGBT community and LGBT allies to come together and express their individuality.  For the past 20 years, excluding 2000 and 2001, the pride parade has been an active part of South Carolina. People from all over the Southern Region come to participate in...

Five Best Places to Take Selfies on Campus

Five Best Places to Take Selfies on Campus

Kailynn Shaw, Reporter

October 17, 2017

Selfies are a modern staple of school life. But where, on campus, is the best place to take a selfie? Lighting is important so you don't look too dark or too bright. A creative background is also important since you don't want to post a plain picture. Here are the top five places on campus that solv...

Coming or Going: Are Homecoming Events still popular?

Coming or Going: Are Homecoming Events still popular?

Elena Horton, Editor in Chief

October 9, 2017

Homecoming is a long standing tradition that’s been practiced plenty over the past few decades. Richland Northeast has done plenty to celebrate homecoming. Recently, though, more and more people have stopped participating in the special event days that lead up to the homecoming game. “I haven...

Should People Use Social Media to Get Their News

Should People Use Social Media to Get Their News
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Kailynn Shaw, Reporter

October 3, 2017

Social Media is an everyday hobby for many people. You can get in contact with anyone from around the world and news is easily shared. News can be shared on many sites such as, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Snapchat. They post all the latest celebrity gossip and current events. There are other mediums...

Eclipse Day 2017

Elena Horton, Editor in Chief

September 27, 2017

On august 21, 2017, Columbia, South Carolina broke history. The streets filled from median to sidewalk for the very rare solar eclipse. According to NASA, a solar eclipse occurs when the moon moves between the sun and the earth. When this happens, the moon obstructs the sun's light and causes an...

The Hurricane That Hit Texas By Storm

The Hurricane That Hit Texas By Storm

Kailynn Shaw, Reporter

September 25, 2017

Hurricane Harvey was the biggest storm of 2017. Harvey made landfall with Texas on August 25, 2017, as a Category Four hurricane. According to the Saffir-Simpson scale, Harvey is the second largest hurricane recorded. Harvey's wind speeds were 130-156 mph. Winds that fast are capable of blowing off ...

Quack Donuts – The new image of ‘family-friendly donuts’

Elena Horton, Editor in Chief

September 21, 2017

Located on the intersection of Fort Jackson blvd. is a new family friendly doughnut shop called "Duck Donuts." "The CEO and his family created it because they take vacation there [Duck, North Carolina]," Katie Mccanna, a franchise owner, said. "They wanted donuts on vacation. We have so many people...

Across the Field: Try-out for Cross Country Now!

Across the Field: Try-out for Cross Country Now!

Kailynn Shaw, Reporter

September 5, 2017

Running through a field the wind in your face, trying to beat the person next to you to get to the finish line. This is Cross Country. Cross Country at Richland Northeast is coached by Mrs. Nina Brook, journalism teacher, and Mr. Bradley Ross, microeconomics teacher. "The perfect runner would have t...

Dawn of the Eclipse 2017: The Aftermath

Dawn of the Eclipse 2017: The Aftermath

Elena Horton, Editor in Chief

September 5, 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vLdMABv0zY&feature=youtu.be In April of 2016 the Saber reported on things to expect from the then coming eclipse of 2017. Much like the year, however, the eclipse has come and gone. But with its appearance many impressions were left among the people of Columb...

Prom 2017

Joseph Coveney

May 19, 2017

For Richland Northeast students Prom was one amazing memorable night. The students experienced a great time with a red carpet theme, full of big and extravagant dresses and nice looking suits. Juniors and seniors had an amazing time which was full of laughter, upbeat music, and excellent food. For many...

MYP: Students Show Off Their Work

Helen Yeung, Reporter

May 10, 2017

  MYP is for students in their 10th grade year to experience their own personal project. MYP stands for Middle Years Programme. The personal project is a experimental and an individual research project that allows students to understand how it's like to take responsibility for their own work...

Relay For Life

Matthew Traufler, Co-Editor

May 5, 2017

Cancer is a global epidemic that affect 1 in 3 people.  To help aid the fight against cancer Richland Northeast High School hosted our first annual Relay For Life event on April 22, 2017. The event consisted of several school's from across the midlands. The event was sponsored by the American Cancer...