Articles by Briana Weekes


Tribal Justice: Legal System of Restorative Healing

Recently, a Texas judge struck down the Indian Child Act of 1978 as unconstitutional on the grounds that it violates the equal protection guarantee found in the Fifth Amendment. This landmark law was interpreted to give racial preference to Native American families in adoption proceedings of Native American children. This ruling potentially jeopardizes tribal nation…


Photo of the Week

A Fall Break Outdoor Programs trip went to Channel Islands National Park. They hiked, swimming, and kayaked to enjoy the pristine landscape. Participants included: Hannah Albrecht ’21, Zoe Brezak ’20, Anthoney Davis ’21, Helena Hoover ’21, Ana Ruvalcaba ’22,  Lauren Simon ’19, Alina Waldo ’21 and Briana Weekes ’19.   Photo contributed by Redlands Bulldog…


Orange Groves and Fault Lines

In a quest to familiarize our readership with the editorial staff, each editor reflected on their individual experience at the University of Redlands and how it has defined them.   As a tour guide for the University, I regularly walk through campus and boast all of the parts of the good ol’ UoR that I fell…


A Conversation with David Boies

A student from the University of Redlands class of 1964 dreamed of being either an American history professor or a lawyer like Perry Mason. Little did he know that one day he would become one of the brightest and best legal minds of the nation.   David Boies returned to his alma mater for Homecoming…


Hillel will Screen Brave Miss World in CDI

This Monday, Jan. 23, the University’s Jewish life organization, Hillel, will be screening the film Brave Miss World from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in Campus Diversity Inclusion (CDI). This event is co-sponsored by the Center for Gender Justice.,   “Hillel wanted to create an event that was not only relevant to our culture, but others…


Redlands Alumna Dr. Theresa Ashby Provides Insight on Business and Leadership

Throughout Dr. Theresa Ashby’s educational and workplace career, she has courageously built and sought human connection within business organizations. She originally pursued business because she felt it was the cornerstone of the economy. Through her vast educational experience, Ashby came to understand the importance of a holistic business model.  She obtained an MBA from the…

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