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Joy for the Forgotten

Joy for the Forgotten

Whitney Steed, ENN Editor

February 27, 2018


Filed under Beyond The Nest

We’ve become familiar with the theme that helping others will benefits us. Yet, the power of serving others often gets lost in the midst of our habitual actions and unexpected daily problems. As a newspaper staff, we've been able to experience the power of our words, but as of February 9th, we were...

Partners in P.E.

Partners in P.E.

Osaivbie Uhunmwuangho, ENN Staff

February 8, 2018


Filed under LRHS News

Not every student enjoys being physically active, especially when it comes to  class. However, Physical Education is a required course in MISD. Yet, some students go above and beyond by joining a P.E. class thats a little different than the regular classes. Partners in P.E is a class where students...

An Educator on Two Fronts

An Educator on Two Fronts

Connor Thompson, Writer

February 8, 2018


Filed under Faculty Profiles, LRHS News

Christopher Peralta stands in front of his class, simply gazing around the room. His eyes meet several students, those of which he'll be seeing after school. However, these students aren't in trouble. In fact, quite the opposite. Peralta coaches the award-winning Lake Ridge High School Tennis Team, who...

Artists “Emerge”

Artists “Emerge”

Sophie Combs, ENN Staff

February 6, 2018


Filed under LRHS News, Showcase

Millions of emotions, some that don’t even have names to describe them, all captured into one slab of clay. Writing and speaking are ways that people express their feelings, but those aren’t the only ways. Art hasn’t always just been realistic or literal; many paintings and sculptures have deeper...

Tide Pods…Seriously?!

Tide Pods…Seriously?!

Jaime Zuniga, Enn Staff

January 29, 2018


Filed under Beyond The Nest

If you've been anywhere on the internet you've most likely seen it. The Tide Pod Challenge has plagued our news outlets and social media. The challenge started with an internet meme emerging in late December 2017, daring people to eat the laundry detergent pods. Since then teens have been video taping...

Baby, it’s Warm Outside

Baby, it’s Warm Outside

Connor Thompson, ENN Staff

January 15, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

As the seasons change from Autumn to Winter, habits and tendencies do as well. Visions of hot chocolate, warm coats, and a crackling fireplace are most common around this time, but it seems that a cold drink, shorts, and light air conditioning might be more appropriate. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the month of October h...

Crosswalk Safety Concerns

Crosswalk Safety Concerns

Ella Gwartney, ENN Staff

December 14, 2017


Filed under LRHS News

One after another cars breeze by, paying no attention to the striped lines painted onto the pavement beneath their tires. Around seven in the morning, despite the sun not even being up, students begin their trek to school. The single crosswalk on Day Miar Road in front of Lake Ridge High School is a...

Christmas in Mansfield

Christmas in Mansfield

Sydney Ferguson, ENN Staff

December 14, 2017


Filed under Beyond The Nest

Thanksgiving has officially ended. Pumpkin patches are slowly packing up to make way for Christmas tree lots while houses are outlined in lights. However, as people trade in their turkeys for hot cocoa and candy canes, not many people are sure how else they can celebrate outside of their family traditions....

Real vs Fake Christmas Trees

Real vs Fake Christmas Trees

Osaivbie Uhunmwuangho, ENN Staff

December 12, 2017


Filed under Beyond The Nest

Opening presents under the Christmas tree is a common tradition for people who celebrate the holiday. But which kind of  tree do you open them under? Real and fake Christmas trees each have their advantages and disadvantages, depending on how much money you are willing to spend, the kind of material...

Rodeo Team Rides to Recognition

Rodeo Team Rides to Recognition

Ashton Blackwell, ENN Staff

December 1, 2017


Filed under LRHS News

Imagine a Saturday afternoon consisting of thousand pound animals, high school students, and a cash prize and you will know what it's like to be a member of the MISD Rodeo team. The team competes frequently against other districts in various events such as barrel-racing, poles, roping, and more. While...

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