Spring Concerts at Ridge

Spring Concerts at Ridge

Ian Bertram ‘17

Orchestra: June 2 Band: May 26 Choir: June 7 Attention, Ridge students! Our music...  Read More »

Apr 21 • 0 comments

Second Annual Women’s Leadership Summit: Girls Today, Leaders Tomorrow

Second Annual Women’s Leadership Summit: Girls Today, Leaders Tomorrow

Louise Choi ‘17

While gender equality has vastly improved within the past hundred years, men still dominate...  Read More »

Apr 21 • 0 comments

Interview: Visiting Teacher from Uruguay

Madeline Wong ’17

This past February, I had the pleasure of interviewing a math teacher visiting from Uruguay, Ms. Sandra Guglielmetti. Under a teacher exchange program, Ms. Guglielmetti attended a seminar in Washington D.C. and visited several other schools before coming to Ridge. Speaking in detail about the...  Read More »

Apr 21 • 0 comments

Drowsy, Lousy and Sleep Deprived Students

Emily Pan ‘18

For the average high school student, it is rare to get close to a full seven or eight hours of sleep after staying up late to finish schoolwork and waking up at 6 o’clock to catch the school bus. But do students actually realize the harm of getting only a few hours of sleep? According...  Read More »

Apr 21 • 0 comments

Ridge Dance Team Takeover

Ridge Dance Team Takeover

Emma Havighorst ‘16, Entertainment Editor

Before Tuesday rehearsal begins, the members of Ridge Dance Team chat and begin to warm up....  Read More »

Apr 21 • 0 comments

Review: Cabaret 2016

Review: Cabaret 2016

Shameen Abubakar ‘17

Recently, the Ridge concert choir delivered another wonderful night of music for their 14th...  Read More »

Apr 20 • 0 comments

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Prom: To Do List

Prom: To Do List

Wanxing Lu '17

Are you prepared for prom? Have you checked off each bullet point on your To-Do List to ensure...  Read More »

Apr 20 • 0 comments

Setting Up for the Big World

Setting Up for the Big World

Kunaal Gautam ‘18

High school is one of the most critical time periods for students to compete and show off their...  Read More »

Apr 20 • 0 comments

The Preservative Paradigm: Why Labels on Food Do More Harm than Good

The Preservative Paradigm: Why Labels on Food Do More Harm than Good

Charlize Chen ‘19

Normally, the labels “Gluten-Free,” “Non-GMO,” and “Organic” have nutritious and...  Read More »

Apr 20 • 0 comments

Opinion: Ben Carson or Donald Trump?

Kunaal Gautam ‘18

As 2016 inches closer and closer, President Obama is preparing for his leave of office. Amidst all of that, there is large speculation on who will replace President Obama to lead the United States of America. In the summer of 2015, many notable Republican figures announced their candidacy to...  Read More »

Feb 22 • 4 comments

Midterms and Finals Reinstated?

Midterms and Finals Reinstated?

Vanshika Bhatia ’18

Tests, quizzes, essays, seminars, and standardized tests – no matter how many honors/AP classes...  Read More »

Feb 22 • 11 comments

Reconsider ‘Common Core’

Reconsider ‘Common Core’

Saamia Khan ’18

With greater availability of schooling in developing countries, global education reform is...  Read More »

Feb 22 • 4 comments

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Wading into the Abortion Debate: Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt

Ruiyan Wang ‘17, School News Editor

Washington D.C.—Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt, the Supreme Court’s first abortion case in twenty years, examines the constitutionality of recent Texas laws regulating...  Read More »

April 20, 2016 • 0 comments

Breaking Down the Zika Virus Breakout

April 20, 2016

As an increasingly mentioned household name, the Zika virus has prompted intense research in the science community. The virus captured the attention...  Read More »

What is the Apple/F.B.I. dispute all about?

April 20, 2016

In a day and age in which the right to privacy already stands as a widely disputed issue, Apple recently decided to challenge an F.B.I. federal...  Read More »

El Chapo’s Recapture

April 20, 2016

In recent months, the news of a Mexican drug lord known as “El Chapo” gripped American audiences as he evaded the authorities time and again....  Read More »

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Pre-College Mission: Finding the Perfect Roommate

Karen Shen '16, Opinions Editor

“Write a note to your future roommate that reveals something about you or that will help your roommate—and us—know you better” [1]. By repackaging the classic “tell...  Read More »

April 20, 2016 • 0 comments

Dorm Shopping Dos and Don’ts

April 20, 2016

After stressful college applications, anxious months waiting for responses, and difficult decision-making, the exciting prospect of attending...  Read More »

Get on the Bus – It’s Time for the Science Field Trips!

April 20, 2016

It’s the middle of May, and after weeks of studying and testing, you’re finally finished with the grueling AP exams. The first thing on your...  Read More »

Quitting Facebook and Instagram for a Week: My Experience

February 23, 2016

As with almost any other teenager, social media plays an integral part of my life. According to the Pew Research Center, 71% of American teens...  Read More »

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Ridge High School News At Its Finest
Ridge High School News At Its Finest