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Valentine's Day has become a tradition for people to express love to each other, however it had an auspicious beginning.

Valentine’s Day: A Mysterious Evolution

Jenna McDonnell, ENN Staff February 23, 2021

Valentine’s Day has thrived as a widely-recognized holiday throughout the world beginning in 496 A.D. Through the progression of time, though, the annual holiday has undergone notable revisions that...

With Kamala Harris as America's newest Vice President, women of color are finally finding representation.

Paving the Way

Christin Campbell, ENN Staff February 5, 2021

Many young children long to hold a title as powerful as the Vice President of the United States when they are older, but many have also wondered if this is even possible due to lack of representation over...

Audiences have struggled with how some film makers aren't using minority actors to fill minority roles.

Minority Representation in Media

Ciara Hendricks, ENN Staff January 28, 2021

Major animation companies such as Disney and Pixar have a huge influence on the lives of young and impressionable children. Pixar’s most recent animation, Soul, has been popular with many people. While...

What is usually a very busy Woodall Rodgers Freeway became nearly empty after Dallas enacted it's shelter in place order . Courtesy of Google Images

What Will The Future Look Like?

Connor Thompson, ENN Staff May 21, 2020

COVID-19 has brought our way of life to a screeching halt, but we have adapted. First responders have gone above and beyond the call of duty to keep those who have been infected alive. Grocery store employees...

Humanity has been tested many times before by viruses and bacteria. However, we've survived them all. Courtesy of Google Images.

Pandemics Throughout Time: How Humanity Has Survived

Conor Thompson, ENN Staff April 7, 2020

Today’s COVID-19 has brought upon an unprecedented reaction by the United States. Never before have citizens been told to shelter in place inside our homes for months on end to stop the spread of a deadly...

The second annual Border Brawl takes place on Friday at Newsom Stadium.

Advertising Athletes

Connor Thompson, ENN Staff December 10, 2019

The idyllic dream of becoming a professional football player is shared by over 1 million high school students across the United States, according to the National Collegiate Athletic Association, and only...

The Joker Film was released on October 4th. Courtesy of Google Images.

“We Live in a Society”

Connor Thompson, ENN Staff October 29, 2019

Mental Illness has long been a difficult subject for many as evidenced by the creation of Mental Illness Awareness Week, from October 6th to October 12th, to raise awareness about this seldom discussed...

While other districts have banned controversial books, students in MISD have many options as to what they are permitted to read.

Restriction of Freedom: Banned Books

Osaivbie Uhunmwuangho, ENN Staff May 14, 2019

While reading Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, students' eyes are constantly roaming over the derogatory n-word. While the book did have a positive motive of addressing the prejudice against African...

Myths about the MMR vaccine vary widely, claiming they cause Autism and other disorders. Despite studies disproving this myth, some American's distrust

Anti-Vax Face the Facts

Connor Thompson, ENN Staff April 9, 2019

Every day, your body fights to keep you alive. Around every corner, there is a chance of somebody coughing or sneezing - sending hundreds of thousands of microorganisms flying at 100 miles per hour towards...

Student speaking to a class while not making eye contact. Taken by Lilly Dunn.

Do You Suffer from Glossophobia?

Osaivbie Uhunmwuangho, ENN Staff December 6, 2018

Gl-glossoph-phobia: The fear of public speaking. Public speech is the art of delivering dialogue to an audience of listeners. For many people, this causes a nerve-wracking feeling throughout their body...

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