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Drills and Safety

Drills and Safety

Jaime Zuniga, ENN Staff

September 5, 2018

Good ol’ fire drills. At this point, students are used to them. The loud alarms sound off and if you're lucky enough, you get to skip out on a couple minutes of class. Last Tuesday's drill however lasted a little bit longer than a couple of minutes. Of course, fire drills are nothing new to...

A Fresh Start for Freshmen

A Fresh Start for Freshmen

Osaivbie Uhunmwuangho, ENN Staff

August 28, 2018

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...

New Year New Dress Code

New Year New Dress Code

Jaime Zuniga, ENN Staff

August 24, 2018

The days of dodging AP's may soon be over as students are greeted with a new, some say more chill dress code for the school year. Along with blankets, sunglasses (unless provided by the nurse) hoodies, du-rags, and visors are prohibited.  Students are also only allowed to have one visible face piercing...

Awareness for Homelessness

Awareness for Homelessness

Ella Gwartney, ENN Staff

May 22, 2018

Mansfield, Texas and the surrounding cities are a lower to upper middle class, privileged area to live in. A lot of the time, we forget that there are people in our own communities who do not live as well as others. However no matter where in the world a person lives, it is not easy to be young and low ...

A Walk Down Memory Lane

A Walk Down Memory Lane

Sophie Combs, ENN Staff

May 15, 2018

With graduation just around the corner, all the seniors are preparing to leave high school and start their journey as adults out in the world. Whether the end of senior year marked the end of their education or just the beginning, some seniors are choosing to participate in an event that will allow them...

This Article is Fake News

This Article is Fake News

Ella Gwartney, ENN Staff

May 14, 2018

Fake News has two different definitions. It can be a slur towards legitimate news or it can be actual falsified news stories on social media. The ability to tell the difference is not very difficult, but some people seem to be having trouble separating the two. The rise of this term being used as a catchp...

School Safety

School Safety

Ella Gwartney, ENN Staff

May 14, 2018

On February 14th, a 19 year old former student came into Marjory Stoneman High School in Florida with an AR-15 and killed 15 students and 2 teachers. While some got their lives cut short, many others will have to live for the rest of their lives with the trauma of having seen their friends and peers di...

Avicii: His Life and Legacy

Avicii: His Life and Legacy

Connor Thompson, ENN Staff

May 8, 2018

Authorities confirmed that on April 20, 2018, 28-year-old Swedish DJ Avicii died in a hotel room in Muscat, the capital of Oman, after fighting a long, arduous battle with acute pancreatitis and alcoholism, according to a statement by his publicist. "It is with profound sorrow that we announce the loss...

Heart Of A Warrior, Remembering John

Heart Of A Warrior, Remembering John

Sydney Ferguson, ENN Staff

May 8, 2018

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...

High School Endemic: Senioritis

High School Endemic: Senioritis

Livy Thompson, ENN Staff

May 8, 2018

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...

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