The Ridge Review

Lauren Loper, Journalist October 28, 2022

Mornings can be hard, especially before school. Waking up early just to sit through classes for another 7 hours can be rough with no fuel for your mind and body. Breakfast boosts your brainpower and is overall good for you in so many ways. But there's...

The Ethics of True Crime: The Monetization of Trauma

The Ethics of True Crime: The Monetization of Trauma

Remi McKim, Contributing Journalist October 28, 2022

Netflix’s new crime fiction series “Dahmer - Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” has broken records for the amounts of views it has garnered in the timespan since release, definitively beating out both Squid Game and Bridgerton with over half a million...

Should There be Seatbelts on School Busses?

Should There be Seatbelts on School Busses?

Ben Jensen, Journalist October 28, 2022

Since the 1920’s, the United States has utilized school buses so that students can have an accessible way to get to school. The school bus itself was designed to hold around 60 children at once, 2 for each seat. It features its signature yellow color,...

Parasocial Relationships and the Impact: And How This all Relates to Harry Styles

Parasocial Relationships and the Impact: And How This all Relates to Harry Styles

Remi McKim, Contributing Journalist October 24, 2022

Cancel culture is a phrase that immediately draws attention. A word once used to describe a new phenomenon is now a buzzword, thrown around for affect more than impact. Shane Dawson, JK Rowling, Ellen DeGeneres, David Dobrik, Lana del Ray, Johnny Depp...

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The Story of White Coca-Cola

Ben Jensen, Journalist October 6, 2022

Remember the old days when soft drink companies would change up their drinks to make them more appealing or to add a new flavor? Many soft drink companies still do this but it’s pretty rare nowadays. Back then, Coca-Cola was extremely popular around...

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