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Heart Of A Warrior, Remembering John

Heart Of A Warrior, Remembering John

Sydney Ferguson, ENN Staff

May 8, 2018


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It was a day like any other except for the fact that it wouldn’t be. He was away at a camp doing what he loved: basketball. He was on the court, enjoying his teammates, when suddenly it all ended. John Lee was 17 years old when his heart failed him. Lee, former student at Lake Ridge, is described...

A Fresh Start for Freshmen

A Fresh Start for Freshmen

Osaivbie Uhunmwuangho, ENN Staff

May 8, 2018


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A typical first day of school for a freshman might go something like this: wake up early in time to catch the bus, get ready by putting on a first-day-of-school outfit, and lastly, arrive at the large building that is known to be a very important milestone in education. High school. Those two words...

High School Endemic: Senioritis

High School Endemic: Senioritis

Livy Thompson, ENN Staff

May 8, 2018


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A fatal condition has taken over the lives of many students. This condition is growing, spreading, and affecting various types of seniors. They call it, Senioritis. Whether it be proven real or just a popular excuse for graduating Eagles to get careless, Senioritis can take a toll on the graduates as...

Boston Meets The Band

Boston Meets The Band

Ashton Blackwell, ENN Staff

May 2, 2018


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This past weekend, a portion of the Lake Ridge band took a trip far beyond the band hall that they thrive in. Flying to the seaside city of seafood and landmarks, students embarked on quite the elaborate field trip. Traveling over three and a half hours to their destination, the band had remarkable things...

Eagle Elite Spring Show Special

Eagle Elite Spring Show Special

Ashlie Currier, ENN Staff

April 24, 2018


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Music, passion, movement, personality and grace all wrapped into one night. On Saturday, the Lake Ridge Eagle Elite Dance team presented their annual Spring Show at the Willie Pigg Auditorium. The Spring Show consisted of different styles of dance that showcase the dance team’s hard work from the...

Our New Reality

Our New Reality

Kasra Kolyaei, ENN Staff

April 24, 2018


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Last weekend a threat was made against Lake Ridge High School. It was thoroughly investigated and found to be just a rumor. As a response to the threat, security was heightened and teachers and staff were actively monitoring students in the halls.  Alex Nguyen, Junior, felt the response was justified...

A Magical Trip Yet To Come

A Magical Trip Yet To Come

Ashton Blackwell, ENN Staff

April 10, 2018


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Lake Ridge's Choir has big plans within the next few weeks, to take on the "happiest place on earth". Disney World awaits Lake Ridge's most talented voices, as they prepare for their over one thousand mile journey to every child's dream land. Occurring every four-years, the planning and anticipation...

Competition from a Different Perspective

Competition from a Different Perspective

Kasra Kolyaei, ENN Staff

April 2, 2018


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The day is slowly creeping up on them. The competition that all the UIL teams have prepared for is only a few short days away. Over the past few months, the students have been working relentlessly in order to learn and memorize all the material. However, they aren't the only ones on the team that are...

A Picture Speaks A Thousand Words

A Picture Speaks A Thousand Words

Jessica Varela, ENN Staff

March 29, 2018


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Art is not only what you see, but what you make others see in your piece. It can create a deeper meaning for not only artists themselves but those who can relate to the artwork created. Twelve individuals did just that. About a 120 students from Lake Ridge created an original design that was implemented to compete in the regional competition against other schools. A jurur then evaluated thei...

Best and Worst Things to Do for AP Testing

Best and Worst Things to Do for AP Testing

Jaime Zuniga, Enn Staff

March 8, 2018


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It may seem far now, but AP testing is in just two months. AP tests decide whether or not students will earn college credit for taking their AP class. Some students have been studying for the AP exam since the first day of school, while others have been more relaxed about it. Whether or not you've been...

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