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The 1st annual Red Wagon Parade

Lake Ridge clubs and organizations participated in the first Red Wagon Parade.

Christine Vo, ENN Staff

October 30, 2020

As a new way to celebrate homecoming, organizations across Lake Ridge will participate together for the first-ever Red Wagon Parade, set to take place during advisory October 30. Tasked with one item, each group fills up their wagon to donate to the MISD Clothes Closet. When approached with the idea, Stu...

New iPhone, New Me

Apple released their latest iPhone, but the newest release was met with mixed emotions.

Robert Viray-Edwards, ENN Staff

October 26, 2020

5G speed. A14 Bionic, the fastest chip in a smartphone. Super Retina XDR display with a 6.1‐inch edge-to-edge OLED display, MagSafe wireless charging, Ceramic Shield with four times better drop performance and Night mode on every camera as well as Ultra Wide and Wide cameras. Every year, Apple releases...

Halloween 2020

Due to the ongoing pandemic, Halloween will look a little different this year.

Alexa Reyna, ENN Staff

October 26, 2020

During this global pandemic, Halloween might change in a few ways to keep social distancing guidelines in place. Like trick-or-treating, parties, and haunted houses. This doesn’t change the fact that Halloween is on a Saturday, there’s going to be a full moon out, and it will be time to change the...

Prepping for the SAT

Seniors weigh in on the upcoming SAT and strategies they have acquired.

Alexa Reyna, ENN Staff

October 13, 2020

On Wednesday, October 14, Lake Ridge seniors will be taking the SAT test. The SAT, also known as the Scholastic Assessment Test, is a standardized test that scores students’ knowledge. This test was created by The College Board at Columbia University in 1899. The group decided that there should be...

College Applications

2020-2021 Seniors are beginning the application process for further education.

Nour Karajeh, ENN Staff

October 9, 2020

As the deadlines are approaching, students are rushing to get what they need in their college applications. The fear of not being able to get their applications done in time weighs heavy on their hearts and minds. A lot of colleges share similar due dates, around October, but some have admissions...

The Importance of Representation

Chadwick Boseman's death has caused for recollection of his work, and a further call for more representation in the media.

Madison Freeman, ENN Staff

October 9, 2020

The death of actor Chadwick Boseman who played ground-breaking characters, such as, Jackie Robinson, Thurgood Marshall, and ,most famously, Black Panther, heavily affected fans all across the world. With feelings of grief and sadness, many fans decided to reflect back on the roles Boseman played and...

Evolution of COVID: Part 2

As the Coronavirus pandemic continues, America has a new normal, in regards to health and safety.

Robert Viray-Edwards, ENN Staff

October 9, 2020

COVID-19 has put a halt to the daily life activities of many around the world. Jobs have closed and many school districts implemented some sort of virtual learning program for the time being. However, as the months progressed, cases increased. Despite the increase in cases, public places slowly began...

Apple iOS 14: Amazing or Overrated?

The iOS 14 update to Apple products has become the new trend on social media.

Madison Freeman, ENN STAFF

September 28, 2020

On September 16th Apple released the new iOS 14 update that offers many new features to Apple product users. Users now have the ability to customize their screens with the new widget feature, leave a FaceTime call without going on pause, continue to watch videos without being in the app, and reply to ...

Returning to the Big Screen

Movie theaters will begin to open back up amid the Covid-19 pandemic, but will have new safety protocols in place.

Alexa Reyna, ENN Staff

September 28, 2020

After five months of being shut down due to COVID-19, movie theaters across the country are starting to slowly re-open. Popular movie theaters like Cinemark, AMC, and Studio Movie Grill have been reopening cautiously and slowly. In addition to reopening again, there will be some new protocols and guidelines...

Notorious RBG

Looking down on Stacy Bailey's Art students is a portrait of the notorious Supreme Court Justice.

Nour Karajeh, ENN Staff

September 28, 2020

Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1933, Ruth Bader Ginsburg has always been hungry for knowledge. Her hunger for knowledge carried her through to Cornell University , where she excelled and graduated at the top of her class in 1954. Later, Ginsburg decided to attend the Harvard School of Law; however, after...

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