The Ridge Review

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 format?    The number of  COVID-19...

A Letter for Success in School

A Letter for Success in School
Ava Padelford, Journalist September 30, 2020

Dear Mountain Ridge Students,   Don’t give up. You’ve made it this far! Keep pushing yourself. You are going to get through this year whether you put in the work or not. Time will fly. You may be wishing for this year to be over, or for...

10 Songs That Will Make Driving a Heck of A lot Better

10 Songs That Will Make Driving a Heck of A lot Better
Ava Padelford, Journalist September 30, 2020

Road trip! Finally, get away to the lovely city of San Diego (or some other wondrous fair-breeze destination). You pack your favorite swimsuits, beach toys, and towels and you’re ready to get to the beach… now! You take your baggage out to the car...

The Breakout Room

The Breakout Room
Ava Padelford, Journalist September 30, 2020

Breakout rooms always could use some excitement and jazz. They’re so boring and drab. A little bit ago, I decided to be that extra spice everyone needed in the room. I started off simple with simple gags and worked my way up to doing everything I could...

Tri-University Tips and Tricks

Tri-University Tips and Tricks
Pranavi Vuppala, Journalist September 30, 2020

The three state colleges, Arizona State University, University of Arizona, and Northern Arizona University, had a tri-university week consisting of tips and tricks for college and admission information.    This event stretched from Tuesday...

Top 10 Things We All Understand When on Zoom

Top 10 Things We All Understand When on Zoom
Ava Padelford, Journalist September 15, 2020

We do the same routine every day; nothing is new anymore. We aren’t shocked when somebody leaves their mic on and shares a few words that maybe shouldn’t be said, or when we get hours of homework at the end of class. We have become zoom pros! Therefore,...

Away From the Field

Away From the Field
Ava Padelford, Journalist September 15, 2020

The crowd goes wild! You’ve just scored the winning touchdown of the season. Your hours of work and dedication to football flash through your mind and you become so thankful for every mile you ran to train, for every push-up you did to grow, and for...

Face the Music!

Face the Music!
“Dude, stay totally excellent with the new entry in the Bill & Ted film series.”
Aden Schulze-Miller, Editor in Chief September 15, 2020

After nearly 30 years since the release of the previous film in the series, the third addition to the Bill & Ted saga, Bill & Ted: Face the Music was released for online viewing formats on the 28th of August.    The film was released...

An Essential Worker’s Point of View

An Essential Worker’s Point of View
Kelsey Nahodil, Editor September 9, 2020

Coronavirus. A term that everyone has become far too familiar with. It is a virus that has affected everyone's daily life and keeps essential workers out in the hard and dangerous conditions of this pandemic.    Essential workers have become...

Mountain Ridge Students Help Break Digital Divide

Mountain Ridge Students Help Break Digital Divide
“Students create GoFundMe to help community school.”
Pranavi Vuppala, Journalist September 4, 2020

(August 15, 2020 - Glendale, AZ) - Three Mountain Ridge High School seniors created a fundraiser named “Break Digital Divide” in order to support Alhambra Elementary School District with remote learning.    Neha Balamurugan, Anthony Ruan,...

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