The Ridge Review

Does the School Recycle?

Does the School Recycle?
Aileen Resendiz November 22, 2019

The way that we live our lives has drastically changed over the past decade or so. As new research comes out warning us about climate change and pollution, people have been looking for more sustainable ways to live their lives.   Recycling is undoubtedly...

Do you Remember a Charlie Brown Thanksgiving?

Do you Remember a Charlie Brown Thanksgiving?
Aden Schulze-Miller November 21, 2019

Usually we regard the annual Thanksgiving/fall season as a semi-cheerful time that’s begrudgingly spent with obnoxious family members while gorging on nutmeg spiced confections.   It’s the standard case, at least from my experiences; every...

Making A Little Music

Making A Little Music
Emma Padelford November 20, 2019

Making learning interesting can be a very challenging task for teachers. Not only do they have to make sure that the information makes sense to their students, but they also need to find the best way to engage them in whatever they are learning. One teacher...

The Stalls of Doom

The Stalls of Doom
“A Call to Clean Up Ridge’s Restrooms.”
Aden Schulze-Miller November 20, 2019

I’ve little intention of criticizing our school’s custodians. They all do a wonderful job and are much appreciated. Nonetheless, I feel obligated to comment on the current state of Ridge’s student restrooms, the men’s restroom(s) specifically.   Speaking...

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...

A Midsummer Night’s Dream: A Tale of Eternal Love and Laughter

A Midsummer Night's Dream: A Tale of Eternal Love and Laughter
“The course of true love never did run smooth.”
Devyn Marie November 14, 2019

The Mountain Ridge Theatre department debuted their production of A Midsummer Night's Dream written by Shakespeare, on Wednesday November 6th. Laura Nardone astoundingly directs what is regarded as Shakespeare's most malleable play, emphasizing the lyrical...

Ridge Runway: What is Style to You?

Ridge Runway: What is Style to You?
Devyn Marie November 14, 2019

Morgan Jane-Huxel, Junior- “Style is uniqueness that matches your personality.” Morgan is like most of us. She wants to feel unique and like she’s being the best version of herself. Her style could be described as casual, but it’s the small...

Losing a Lust for Life

Losing a Lust for Life
Aden Schulze-Miller November 9, 2019

It’s probably fair to say that in youth, most of us were some semblance of an ignorant ball of happiness. Carefree and sensitive; some of the best aspects of ourselves having culminated into a droplet of sunlight. Of course while some of us were even...

A Promising Prom Fundraiser for Best Buddies

A Promising Prom Fundraiser for Best Buddies
Aden Schulze-Miller November 5, 2019

Ridge’s Best Buddies club (alongside other B.B. clubs in Arizona) will be hosting a prom fundraiser in downtown Phoenix at the Sheraton dated on the 23rd.    The event will be free for all Best Buddies members; it’ll include various games,...

A Happy Helping of Halloween Spirit

A Happy Helping of Halloween Spirit
November 1, 2019

It’s been another happy Halloween here at Ridge! Art Club members got ready with face paint, and held a pumpkin painting competition yesterday.

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