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

Lake Ridge will be starting a program to help students who are going through emotional challenges.

Hope for Lake Ridge

Lilianne Asokwah, ENN Staff May 3, 2022

Hope Squad is a peer-to-peer suicide prevention club founded by Dr. Gregory A. Hundall, a high school principal from Provo, Utah. He decided to start this organization after having to identify a student...

Black teens are forced to face stereotypes and unrealistic expectations.

White Washed

Ryley Anthony, ENN Staff April 21, 2022
The Stereotypes and Unrealistic Expectations of Black Teens
Climate change affects more than the environment, it also can damage parts of a society.

Climate Change and Its Effects On Our Daily Lives

Lilianne Asokwah, ENN Staff March 29, 2022

Climate change refers to the long-term weather impacts of dangerous human activities, such as burning fossil fuels. These long term impacts can be shown through extreme weather changes and strange patterns,...

Black Friday: Deal or No Deal?

Black Friday: Deal or No Deal?

Carly Garcia, ENN Staff November 26, 2021

Black Friday is the Friday after Thanksgiving, a day where people go out and get good deals at stores. It's an all day event, where some people go out and wait in long lines or choose to do their shopping...

Timberview students shared their reaction to the events of October 6th.

Timberview Student Reactions

Lilianne Asokwah, ENN Staff November 2, 2021

On Wednesday, October 6, 2021, Timberview High School was faced with a situation we've all grown to fear: a school shooting. The shooting left students in dismay and shock, wondering how this could ever...

Young women are breaking traditional roles through the help of such programs as STEM.

Females Are The Future of STEM

Ryley Anthony October 11, 2021

A February article from BigRentz entitled “Women in STEM Statistics to Inspire Future Leaders” by Jim Arabia, highlights the statistics in which women are leading in STEM (science, technology, engineering,...

Guilty

Guilty

Christin Campbell May 3, 2021

On April 20th, anxious Americans sat on the edge of their seats as they waited for the reading of the verdict in the case of George Floyd, who was killed at the hands of police in May of 2020. After hearing...

Malaysian Womens March on March 10th for equality and representations.

How We Intersect

Christine Vo, ENN Staffer April 16, 2021

Intersectionality bridges the differences between minority groups creating new perspectives for each individual. Those of multiple groups are given unique perspectives to understanding other minority issues....

Following the Atlanta, Georgia shooting, protesters rallied in Hing Hay Park in Seattle on March 13th, 2021.

Stop Asian American and Pacific Islander Hate

Christine Vo, ENN Staffer April 1, 2021

Fear within the Asian community has heightened over the past month as new reports of hate and discrimination surface. While overall hate crimes began to decrease by 7 percent from 2019 to 2020, according...

Mamamoo, one of the many artists who were affected by Spotify and Kakao Entertainments dispute, had many of there songs taken off of Spotify this past month.

Battle For The Bands: Spotify Versus Kakao Entertainment

Ciara Hendricks, ENN Staff March 22, 2021

On March 1st, Kakao Entertainment and Spotify faced criticism from many K-pop fans after they came to a seemingly sudden conclusion to remove the songs of over 60 artists under Kakao Entertainment’s...

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