Mansfield Lake Ridge High School's Online Newspaper

Eagle Nation News

Mansfield Lake Ridge High School's Online Newspaper

Eagle Nation News

Mansfield Lake Ridge High School's Online Newspaper

Eagle Nation News

MISD has programs in place to limit the amount of food waste they must discard at the end of the day.

Watching the Waste

Ishrat Madiha, ENN Staff November 1, 2022

Black styrofoam trays thump onto linoleum cafeteria tables as students get ready to dive into their lunch. This is a typical scene throughout almost any American school. Students wait in line, get their...

Novelist Petter Heller visited the Lake Ridge Library to discuss his latest book, The Guide.

Peter Heller: A Novelist, River Guide, and Caffeine Addict

Ishrat Madiha, ENN Staff November 1, 2022

Canoeing on water crashing against river banks as deep as they are long, drinking dark coffee while penning great American novels, and telling the world what’s going on through journalism: that is only...

Women have made strides in terms of equality, but still arent as equal in some areas.

Girls in 2022: Has Society Changed?

Ishrat Madiha, ENN Staff September 21, 2022

Titles to articles like “How to Stay Safe in College as a Girl,” “A Safety and Security Guide for Women,” and “What Girls Need to Know About Sex Trafficking Schemes” pop up on almost any social...

Muslim students are faced with the choice of going to school or honoring their faith during Eid.

An Eid Dilemma

Ishrat Madiha, ENN Staff May 1, 2022

Ramadan is the highlight of the year for many Muslims, taking up 30 days of the Islamic calendar and ending with a large celebration called Eid. This holy month falls at different times each year and dates...

Teenagers now have more access to technology and resources which explains why they are so different from teens from just a few years ago.

Teens Now vs. Then

Ishrat Madiha, ENN Staff March 31, 2022

The Backstreet Boys have been replaced by Maroon 5, glass soda bottles by metal coke cans, and ‘America’s Got Talent’ by ‘Lip Sync Battle.’ These are just a few of the minor differences between...

Young black women face an uphill climb when trying to surpass the stereotypes society has used to suppress them throughout history.

Changing the Narrative for Young Black Women

Ishrat Madiha, ENN Staff March 2, 2022

Despite the efforts of Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, and Sojourner Truth, racism is still a common sight all around the world, in nearly every country and every society. At the crux of this incessant...

With more studies taking place, diagnosing ADHD in students has changed.

ADHD, Not a Personality Quirk!

Ishrat Madiha, ENN Staff February 8, 2022

Often, teens grow up seeing particular traits in them that they don’t associate with the ‘normal’ way a person is supposed to act. They experience things like executive dysfunction, hyperactivity,...

English 4 and Creative Writing teacher, George Olsen, takes a different approach to teaching.

It’s Okay to Not Be Okay!

Ishrat Madiha, ENN Staff January 28, 2022

Toxic positivity: some would say it’s a confusing juxtaposition, others might say it’s a harsh truth in the work environment. The term, as defined by University of Washington Medicine, means ‘dismissing...

Seasonal Depression: A Christmas Nightmare

Seasonal Depression: A Christmas Nightmare

Ishrat Madiha, ENN Staff December 9, 2021

Christmas: one word, a thousand different images. A word that prompts a vision in peoples head. A word that introduces a new but familiar world through the sound of ornaments clanking together as they...

Exchange Students at Lake Ridge

Exchange Students at Lake Ridge

Ishrat Madiha, ENN Staff November 16, 2021

Lake Ridge’s diversity is not unheard of but adding to that variety in cultures is exchange students. These students bring little parts of the world right here, to this school. Exchange students schooling...

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