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Olivia Davenport

Olivia Davenport, Editor-in-Chief

If you pass the newspaper room and hear a mix of 70s rock, indie pop and Taylor Swift blaring, that's probably because Davenport is auxing . She loves writing editorials and getting to express her opinions. As she enters her final year at Rider, she is looking forward to a "normal" senior year and is ready to celebrate tradition one last year. Outside of the newspaper, Olivia enjoys fashion, playing the bass, watching John Mulaney, the occasional good read and a slight Harry Potter obsession. She is eager to step into her second year on staff, as well as the position of Editor-in-Chief, and is thrilled for the year ahead! Contact information and socials are below!

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WFISD is in the hunt for a new superintendent.

Superintendent searching

Olivia Davenport, Editor-in-Chief
May 11, 2022
Jack Pitts and the Rider football team will face Plainview in district once again.

Raiders get new districts

Olivia Davenport, Editor-in-Chief
February 3, 2022
Pay attention to these important dates!

Senior Checklist

Olivia Davenport, Editor-in-Chief
January 31, 2022
Teacher Paul Loskot is thrilled to be back teaching after missing the first semester.

[Photo] Back on his feet

Kylie Davenport, Staff writer
January 19, 2022
Calob Byrd plays the symbols during the band’s halftime performance at a fall football game. Byrd said his favorite music to play right now is Christmas music.

Same song, unique beat

Olivia Davenport, Editor-in-Chief
December 10, 2021
Students have enjoyed the return of a somewhat-normal school year with the return of school events.

Year of growth

Olivia Davenport, Editor-in-Chief
December 9, 2021
FAFSA has now been made a requirement for 2021-22 Rider seniors.

FAFSA: what you need to know

Olivia Davenport, Editor-in-Chief
October 14, 2021
Braysen Pikes highly anticipated album Co-sign drops this Thursday, Sept. 30.

Living in the “Finer Days”

Olivia Davenport, Editor-in-Chief
September 29, 2021
Amberly Schell, left, and Maranda Rose-Adame, right, pose infront of a piano after achieving All-State titles

All the right notes

Olivia Davenport, Staff Writer
February 2, 2021
Junior Caitlyn Cheek fakes playing the guitar during Lip Sync: United Together.

Lip sync without the lips

Olivia Davenport, Staff Writer
November 12, 2020
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