Articles by Chloe Mcquesten


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University of Redlands School of Music acknowledges Native land and tribes

Correction: This article has had various inaccuracies corrected and clarifications made from its original state, courtesy of input from Native Students Programs. For centuries, the Serrano (also known as “Yuhaaviatam”) and Cahuilla (Kah-wee ya) people lived on the land of what is now Redlands and San Bernardino. However, by the late eighteenth century, settlers came…

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Reaching out to the Community: Students and Faculty at Family Services Association of Redlands

In 2017, the homeless population in the city of Redlands was listed as the second highest in San Bernardino County. The Family Services Association of Redlands is an organization that aims to address this crisis by helping the food and housing insecure in the Redlands area. It offers free clothing and dinners on Tuesday and Thursday…

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