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Q: "What do you do when you see a Zombie?"
A: Hope it's Halloween!

A COVID Food Drive!
A COVID Food Drive!
Caitlin Bailey, Journalist • October 26, 2020

This year, Mountain Ridge is participating in the National Student Food Drive, unlike prior years where the food drive has been held locally.    Ridge is a 16 time state title leader of the Largest Food Drive....

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Plans for the Next Semester
Plans for the Next Semester
Angelina Dujmic, Journalist • October 22, 2020
Parent Teacher Conferences in a Pandemic
Parent Teacher Conferences in a Pandemic
Kimi Matibag, Journalist • October 20, 2020
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How to Survive High School (According to the Movies)
How to Survive High School (According to the Movies)
Molly Bomar, Journalist • October 26, 2020

We all have seen those classic high school movies with all their teenage wisdom and expertise. The characters seem to know all: the best fashion choices, what clubs to join, who to be friends with, and what new phrases we...

Our List of The Best Excuses (To Get Out of Trouble/Doing Something)
Our List of The Best Excuses (To Get Out of Trouble/Doing Something)
All of Us!, The Ridge Review • October 22, 2020

“I fell in the toilet!”  “My cat pooped on my homework.” “Diarrhea… AGAIN!” “I let one slip and had to go home to change my pants. It was a risky one.”  “My dog ate my homework.” “I ate my homework.” “Mrs....

Accidentally Coughing and Sneezing in Public
Accidentally Coughing and Sneezing in Public
Kelsey Nahodil, Editor • October 20, 2020

Coughing and sneezing in public has become one of the biggest crimes ever because of all the rude judgement you get from everyone around. Even if it may be a cold or you just have allergies, everyone acts like you’re going...

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Polls-From-The-Past
“Mountain Ridge Fight Song!”
“Fight on for Mountain Ridge,
Marching on to victory;
Fight on for Mountain Ridge,
Forest green and burgundy.
We are “The Ridge” forevermore,
We’re the Mountain Lions: Hear us roar!
Fight on for Mountain Ridge,
Fighting on to victory!”
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A Short Letter of Appreciation for Mr. Vines
A Short Letter of Appreciation for Mr. Vines
Aden Schulze-Miller, Editor in Chief • October 26, 2020

To Mr. Vines,    I would love to give thanks on behalf of both myself and some of our staff here at The Ridge Review for the many things you do for our school...

How To Care For A Succulent
How To Care For A Succulent
Kate Williams, Journalist • October 26, 2020

Your life was boring, lonesome, and without purpose. You must have felt as if there was no hope and that your life just completely succs, but you succeed it up and bought...

How to Thrift Shop
How to Thrift Shop
Devyn Marie, Editor • October 26, 2020

You wouldn’t buy a skirt without asking your friends if it looks good on you, right?   Humans are the least thoughtful beings when it comes to what we put on...

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The Social Dilemma
The Social Dilemma
Molly Bomar, Journalist • October 26, 2020

A new and ironically trending documentary “The Social Dilemma” has recently debuted on Netflix; the show focuses on the ways social media companies have manipulated our...

There is a Review Among Us
There is a Review Among Us
Benjamin Jensen, Journalist • October 22, 2020

While the world is quarantined from the COVID-19 outbreak. People will always find new ways to connect and have fun with their friends. A perfect example is a popular online...

Binging at Babbo
Binging at Babbo
Aden Schulze-Miller, Editor in Chief • October 22, 2020

I worked for Babbo Italian Eatery off of 67th for nearly eight months, and it was one of the strangest experiences of my life.    It was my first job, and while...

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On Its Last Legs
On Its Last Legs
Aden Schulze-Miller, Editor in Chief • October 8, 2020

With all of the instate (AZ) universities being ‘test-blind’ towards admission testing this year due to the COVID-19 outbreak, students all across the country are wondering whether or not, out of equity...

How Much is ‘Too Many’?
How Much is ‘Too Many’?
Aden Schulze-Miller, Editor in Chief • September 30, 2020

1? 10? 100? 1,000?   How many of Ridge’s students, and how much of the staff need to be exposed to COVID-19 before we decide to send our returning Ridge students back to the online learning...

The Flaws of 2020
The Flaws of 2020
Aileen Resendiz May 11, 2020

Do you remember how in 2012, everybody was convinced humanity was going to come to its end? There was even a movie released called ​2012, ​that was all about how the world was going to end that year...

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