The Rider Chronicle

What Colleges Don’t Tell You They Are Looking For: Volunteer Work

Student Council members volunteering with Friends of the Public Library on Teens Make a Difference Day.

Manasvi Reddy, Copy Editor

November 13, 2018

An article published by the Huffington Post explored the idea that perfect standardized test scores don’t guarantee admission to highly selective schools. If these colleges are looking for more than just high SAT and ACT scores, what can be done to receive admission to their competitive programs? ...

A Difference That Matters

Student Council encouraged students to get involved around the community on Teens Make a Difference Day, Oct. 25.

Kobie Lunsford, Reporter

November 24, 2014

Sophomore Class President, Trisha Nicolas, didn’t expect so many teens ready to help at Faith Mission on a Saturday during October, but there they were, for the Teens Make a Difference program. “We take a lot of things for granted,” Nicolas said. “Some people are worried about whether they...

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