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The Student News Site of Mountain Ridge High School | Glendale, Arizona

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“Girls Just Wanna Have Fun!” and So Do We, and So Should You! Here We Might Make You Laugh, Cry, Both; If Anything These Articles Are Sure to Brighten up Your Day

Catching Claus

Catching Claus

Makayla Bast December 12, 2019

It’s a dream that every naive child has had during the upcoming holiday seasons. Proving the existence of and catching Santa Claus on Christmas Eve night as he stores your presents underneath the tree. With the list that follows, catching the red magician...

Is There a Light in Your Attic?

Is There a Light in Your Attic?

“Remembering the Works of Shel Silverstein.”
Aden Schulze-Miller December 9, 2019

I’ve made it a habit to write on the forgotten classics of yesteryear. As of lately, however, I’ve only put the spotlight on some of the greatest movies that I’ve had the chance to enjoy when I was younger. I definitely think that it’s important...

This one left them all behind.”

As You Wish

“Why The Princess Bride Still Has Everything You’ll Ever Need in a Film.”
Aden Schulze-Miller November 16, 2019

“Fencing, fighting, torture, revenge, giants, monsters, chases, escapes, true love, miracles.”   When William Goldman’s 1973 novel The Princess Bride was released, it was met with a positive reception and would quickly become a humble...

Tenacious D Brings the Metal to Phoenix

Tenacious D Brings the Metal to Phoenix

Aden Schulze-Miller October 30, 2019

The North American Rock/Metal Comedy Duo “Tenacious D”, which consists of members Jack Black and Kyle Gass, made their first performance in Phoenix since the early 2000’s at the Comerica Theater on the 23rd at 9:00 P.M. The band was formed...

Thrice the Fright: Three Fun Halloween Classics From the 80’s

Thrice the Fright: Three Fun Halloween Classics From the 80’s

A Brief Feature Piece on Three Great Cult Horror Films for Teens
Aden Schulze-Miller October 30, 2019

You know what time it is, we’re back once again to crack open our parent’s movie cabinet and find the diamonds in the rough. This time, however, Halloween is right around the corner, and people usually take a moment to indulge in their favorite Hollywood...

Spooktacular Treats

Spooktacular Treats

Emily Ackerman October 24, 2019

Happy Halloween! Today, I will be talking about one of the best things about Halloween, treats! But not just candy, I’m talking about actual treats, like Halloween decorated desserts! In this list, I will be sharing 4 tasty treats you can make and enjoy,...

Silver For Monsters

Silver For Monsters

A Quick Character Analysis on The Witcher’s Geralt of Rivia
Aden Schulze-Miller October 7, 2019

Caught amidst an eternal struggle between man and beast and divided between two evils, Andrzej Sapkowski’s iconic monster hunter, Geralt of Rivia, muddles the line between perceived goods and bads whilst partaking in exhilarating adventures throughout...

Five Classic Films For High School Students

Five Classic Films For High School Students

My Top 5 Movie Picks For Any High School Student
Aden Schulze-Miller September 18, 2019

There are an innumerable amount of films that resonate amongst High School alumni, some of them are natural classics while others bank on an all-teen cast and school set pieces to captivate their audience. Nonetheless, as High School has played an inevitable...

A Glimpse Into The Clash Between Evil and Innocence

A Glimpse Into The Clash Between Evil and Innocence

A Detailing on Why You Should Watch Guillermo del Toro’s “Pan’s Labyrinth” (2006)
Aden Schulze-Miller September 6, 2019

Within most of us there lies a sense of wonder, a lust for the fulfillment of the imagination. Often, our thirst for the response of creative stimuli is never satiated; though there is one film that’s deservedly commended for its qualities, those of...

Student-Ran Art Account

Student-Ran Art Account

Anna Goode May 22, 2019

  Ken LaCross has run an art account since 2017, but in June of 2018 his account was noticed by someone he looks up to, Chloe Moriondo, a popular singer and youtuber.   “It felt really good to have someone I look up to appreciate...

Seniors Post-High School Plans - 2019

Seniors’ Post-High School Plans – 2019

Laya Reddy May 10, 2019

                 

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