Written by Adrianna LoChirco Less than 100 years ago, women didn’t have the right to vote in the United States. On August 26th, 1920, the 19th amendment was passed, granting women the right to vote. Women’s Equality Day is celebrated … Continue reading Women Fight Back!
Written by Savannah Sosna Who doesn’t love a good shopping spree? Shoppers gravitate toward malls regularly when in need of new clothing. Many shoppers even return often to find new trends. Many students around the Ridge said their favorite stores … Continue reading Department Stores’ Dirty Little Secret
Written by Debra Murray If you’re dying to fill out the election ballot, the process of registering to vote only takes a few minutes and allows you to contribute in elections. Registering to vote is an incredibly simple task for … Continue reading How to Register to Vote in Kentucky
Written by Macy Young Everyone has moments of anxiety like speaking in public, taking a test, or dealing with new experiences. Having anxiety in these situations is common, but it is different when dealing with an anxiety disorder. An anxiety … Continue reading How to Support Someone with an Anxiety Disorder
Written by Charley Harp George R.R Martin’s series A Song of Ice and Fire is one of the most popular pieces of fantasy literature in recent memory, and the HBO adaptation Game of Thrones has only worked to rocket the … Continue reading The Long Night Review
Written by Debra Murray Dress code policies are common in most schools in America as it provides rules for students to know what clothing to deem “inappropriate” when in a professional environment. Students all over PRP have various opinions on … Continue reading PRP Students’ Opinions About Dress Code Policies
Written by Adrianna LoChirco In honor of Pleasure Ridge Park hosting its second annual blood drive, this story is going to provide you with the importance of donating blood. This time alone, PRP had over 80 students sign up to … Continue reading Be a Hero: Give Blood