The Ridge Review

Get Ready for Promchella 2020

Get Ready for Promchella 2020
Devyn Marie April 29, 2020

Upperclassmen all over the country are mourning the loss of prom, a rite of passage event many were looking forward to. Despite the devastating delays caused by Covid-19, a group of Arizona juniors and seniors are working together to throw a prom of their...

An Old-School Friendship Affair

An Old-School Friendship Affair
“The Beautifully Complicated Nature of Crossing Paths With Someone for the First Time in A Long Time.”
Aden Schulze-Miller, Editor April 27, 2020

I met up with a girl on the twenty-third who I hadn’t seen or really talked to for around three years (to be less vague, since the end of my eighth grade year). With the most honest series of truths I could ever deliver, it was probably the most generally...

Coronavirus Vs Bleach

Coronavirus Vs Bleach
Who Will Win?
Aileen Resendiz April 25, 2020

When most Americans first heard of Coronavirus, it was a little alarming, but didn’t seem to be too big of a deal. It was a breakout of a new disease in Wuhan, China, from what we thought was a woman eating a bat. Shouldn’t be too much of an issue...

Why Does THAT Happen?

Why Does THAT Happen?
Emma Padelford April 24, 2020

I’m sure we all can agree that the human body is a very fascinating thing. It’s what keeps us alive and functioning in this dangerous world. It is responsible for various functions and processes that help us respond to our environment and survive....

Problems to Solutions

Problems to Solutions
Emma Padelford April 24, 2020

Due to more recent circumstances, teachers are being acknowledged in ways that they have never been before. Teachers are now proud to say that the world is realizing that, “teachers were never the problem.”    COVID-19 has put millions...

A Letter of Sympathy to the Class of 2020

A Letter of Sympathy to the Class of 2020
Devyn Marie April 21, 2020

Dear seniors,   As a junior, I do not know how you feel. I can’t equally feel your pain, and I am in no position to tell you that it will “all be okay.” This sucks. As I sit here writing this, I have tears in my eyes, but I hope this...

Don’t Take These Things for Granted After Quarantine

Don't Take These Things for Granted After Quarantine
Aileen Resendiz April 20, 2020

5 Things To Not Take for Granted After Quarantine  During these unprecedented times, life has been put on hold. Stopping not only normal life, but jobs, free expression, and simple social interactions all around the world as the Corona Virus hovers...

5 Things To Not Take for Granted After Quarantine

5 Things To Not Take for Granted After Quarantine
Makayla Bast April 15, 2020

During these unprecedented times, life has been put on hold. Stopping not only normal life, but jobs, free expression, and simple social interactions all around the world as the Corona Virus hovers amidst life as we know it. When the reigns of Covid fall...

5 Things I Took for Granted

5 Things I Took for Granted
Cassidy Bolchalk April 14, 2020

I’ve taken a lot of things for granted in life and probably still do but this isolation thing has made me realize I definitely did and things I didn’t even realize I did. From even just going to school or going anywhere. And not just by myself but...

5 Self-based Surprises (Thanks to COVID-19)

5 Self-based Surprises (Thanks to COVID-19)
Aden Schulze-Miller April 14, 2020

The nationwide quarantine caused by the COVID-19 outbreak was in of itself a surprise to all of us. The sudden shift in day to day life has been a total eye opener on both a small and large scale. Personally, I’ve learned a lot of new things about myself...

Taken For Granted

Taken For Granted
Emma Padelford April 14, 2020

Now that we have been out of school for about a month, I have come to realize that there are many aspects of my daily life I have come to miss. At the time, these things didn’t really seem that huge because they were parts of my everyday routine. Quarantine...

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