The Rider Chronicle

Without Words

Without Words

Carson Lee, Editor-in-Chief

January 2, 2018

She wakes up at 5:50. She leaves the house at 6:30. It’s a daily one hour and two-minute commute to Rider High School from her house in Graham, but this is just one of the “should be” challenging aspects of her day. Sophomore Jackie Anaya is deaf. When she was a toddler, her parents became aware...

Battle of the Arts 3 : Applied vs Performing

Battle of the Arts 3 : Applied vs Performing

Jacob H. Wooten, Reporter, Website Manager

January 27, 2017

This is for scientific purposes. Not research. Lol.

Battle of the Arts 2 : Fine vs Performing

Battle of the Arts 2 : Fine vs Performing

Jacob H. Wooten, Reporter, Website Manager

January 27, 2017

Performing is typically an art believed to be just an art rather than Fine Art. In reality, performing makes up its own art form which is the third art category that Battle of the Arts will observe. Performing Art is debatably the only art category that can put up a challenge to the music side of Fine Arts ...

Battle of the Arts 1 : Fine vs Applied

Battle of the Arts 1 : Fine vs Applied

Jacob H. Wooten, Reporter, Website Manager

January 27, 2017

Everywhere you look, there is art. The difference between visually hidden and apparent ideas within art drive two conflicting methods of application and expression by interpretation of onlookers. Battle of the Arts will be an observation of the art forms that cultivate today’s society, projected through t...

History Between The Lines

History Between The Lines

Chris Greenwood, Reporter

February 12, 2016

Art teacher Brian Gilbert’s life was not only affected by a tradition brought through the ages, but spread it to inspire the generation following behind. “I don’t just do it so I can make a living from it,” Gilbert said. “I feel that I have to do it. If I don’t produce work, I feel that I...

‘Gold Sealed’ Talent, Student Succeeds

‘Gold Sealed’ Talent, Student Succeeds

Cortney Wood, Reporter

June 2, 2015

Junior Jenna Ward won the Gold Seal. Only 177 received the Distinguished Status and she was awarded the Gold Seal out of 28,000 pieces initially submitted. It is the highest honor a high school art student can receive and Jenna earned her spot amongst the best.

Art Impresses

May 11, 2015

Paintings in hallway chronicle 12 years of art

Amelia Dever

May 26, 2011

With this school's hidden hallways and classrooms, there is no doubt that many miss the artwork along the art hallway. Among these pieces are the murals painted on the wall just before entering the dance hall and theater. "Students painted the murals about 12 years ago," Art teacher Nancy Kizis...

Display cabinets allow art students to show work

Ashleigh Robinson

March 29, 2011

The beginning of the main hall is tickled with artwork; paintings, drawings, and sculptures alike. The artwork pieces are tacked on the walls and displayed in a total of four cabinets, two built into the main hallway, and two just off the cafeteria entrance. The artwork sits above name tags of the...

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