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Teachers react to finding out campus assignments
Teachers react to finding out campus assignments
Beckham Nobles, Copy Editor • March 18, 2024

Bittersweet. That was the emotion that struck many of the hearts of the teachers who found out last Friday...

Chloe Bullard has racked up several achievements during her time fiddling, including a first-place finish in a national competition.
Bullard's love of fiddling runs deep
Beckham Nobles, Copy Editor • March 8, 2024
Stacie Martin was named Riders final teacher of the year.
Martin named Rider's teacher of the year
Kristin Surber, Staff writer • March 8, 2024

Stacie Martin was recently presented with the last teacher of the year award Rider will ever give out.  Winning...

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Senior Natasha Cruz missed out on state last year, but that has pushed her to be a better lifter this season.
From tears to triumph
Allie Calvert, Editor-In-Chief • February 27, 2024

Senior Natasha Cruz will be walking into Wednesday’s regional powerlifting meet with her head held high and renewed strength, ready to conquer the same...

One last save
One last save
January 31, 2024
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A writers top five reads
A writer's top five reads
Nico Thomas, Staff Writer • January 9, 2024

Reading is a great pastime. Just leave reality to an exceptional fictional world. I enjoy reading. I do not read as much as I would like, but I do read genres ranging from...

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Rylee Cargal plays five different characters in Riders one-act play “The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane.”
The one-act rabbit learns to love
Nico Thomas, Staff Writer • March 8, 2024

All seven actors in Rider’s final one-act play portray multiple characters in the “The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane.” The play is based on Kate DiCamillo’s book and was adapted for...

Kaitlyn Dunlap dissecting a mink.
Spring Has Sprung
Sheridan Allen, Reporter/ Photographer • March 9, 2020

It’s been a hectic last couple of weeks with many sports and academic events in full swing. Here are some pictures highlighting that.

It’s the start of the end. As many senior lineup alphabetically, the Parra twins lined up to walk out together.
Senior Night in photos
October 9, 2019
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