The online student news source of Lovejoy High School

The Red Ledger

The online student news source of Lovejoy High School

The Red Ledger

The online student news source of Lovejoy High School

The Red Ledger

As Girl Scout cookie season is starting, some feel that they are overrated while others cant get enough. TRLs Parker Post and Lindsey Hughes share their sides on whether Girl Scout cookies are worth the hype.

Samoa or Sa-no-a

Lindsey Hughes and Parker Post February 2, 2022

With Girl Scout cookie season in full swing, many debate whether Girl Scout cookies are overrated. TRL's Editors-In-Chief Lindsey Hughes and Parker Post share their opposing viewpoints on the subject.

Column: Find the words, find yourself

Column: Find the words, find yourself

Ashlan Morgan, Staff Writer February 1, 2022

Watching has replaced reading. The pastime of getting lost in a novel has transitioned to the hollow trance of scrolling through our social media. Following paperback stories swapped for binge-watching...

As I walk into the museum, I feel as if I am stepping into a painting. I take a seat, and I’m instantly drawn into a world like no other.

Column: Walking the life of Vincent Van Gogh

Campbell Lester, Staff Writer January 25, 2022

If you asked random people what they know about Vincent Van Gogh, they’d say many things. He was an artist; he lived in a yellow house; he loved sunflowers; he cut off his ear; he went to an asylum;...

With discussion between students and staff about shortening the school week, The Red Ledger staff presents the presents the benefits of the option.

Editorial: Introducing a shorter school week

The Red Ledger Staff January 24, 2022

The five-day school week has been the standard for education for as long as students can remember. Although, many schools such as Dime Box ISD are adopting the new standard of four-day school weeks. The...

TRLs Ashlan Morgan and Sarah Hibberd share their thoughts on New Years Resolutions. Sarah is pro-resolution and  Ashlan is against New Years Resolutions.

New Year’s Resolutions

Sarah Hibberd and Ashlan Morgan January 11, 2022

With the new year, many create resolutions starting Jan. 1 to better themselves. TRL's Sarah Hibberd and Ashlan Morgan share their opposing views on the tradition.

Although her old self, the woman we remember by her poise and perseverance, has faded, she has also brought a new light to the way I see the blessing of the mind.

Column: A beautiful mind

Ashlan Morgan, Staff Writer December 9, 2021

“Merry Christmas” has been her staple for two months even though it is just now the countdown of days we start opening Christmas advent calendars. “What do you want for Christmas?” has been a persistent...

We wear their protection on our backs, and so we should wear their allegiance on our hearts.

Column: Allegiance

Sarah Hibberd, Staff Writer December 1, 2021

My grandfather was an interceptor pilot. The title itself doesn't appear to carry much value, yet every time I reveal its meaning to others, their eyes widen. The multitude of sacrifice and allegiance...

The jar of blessings is a simple vessel my family uses in order to reflect. We are given so many opportunities in life, so many wonderful gifts that often go unnoticed.

Column: Jar of blessings

Eleanor Koehn, Staff Writer November 19, 2021

The jar contains so much but nothing at all. From an outsider’s perspective, my jar is plain. It is a simple mason jar, with a red sparkly ribbon tied around it. It is filled to the brim with folded...

Heed the holidays

Heed the holidays

November 16, 2021

TRL’s Anna Frost and Hannah Gonzalez share their opinions on the appropriate time to celebrate the holidays.

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