Monthly Archives: April 2016


From The Beat Within

The pieces of writing that follow are not the work of the Redlands Bulldog staff. Instead, we are visited this week by the voices of some of the young men and women incarcerated in San Bernardino Juvenile Hall. The pieces of writing featured here were first written longhand in the hall, then published in The Beat…


Andrea Gibson Impresses at Redlands

Clutching a handkerchief stolen from their girlfriend’s underwear drawer, poet Andrea Gibson stands in black skinny jeans and a sleeveless t-shift in front of an eager crowd at 8pm on Tuesday, March 29 in Orton. They break into a poem about their childhood, an instrumental accompanying them softly in the background. Gibson grins when they…


Count on Me: A Social Movement

With recent explosions of conversations around the topics of diversity and privilege, many students, primarily students of color, have led and joined these conversations. But what about those who haven’t joined the conversation?         Those who participate or want to participate in helping to eliminate discrimination and oppression can take the “Count on Me” pledge…

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