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Rider Continues to Save Lives Through Annual Blood Drive

Rider Continues to Save Lives Through Annual Blood Drive

Carson Lee, Editor-In-Chief

October 26, 2018

Last year, Rider High School received an award for the most blood donated in the state of Texas. Now, in hopes to continue, the student council put on another blood drive on October 22. There were over 40 participants who gave blood, consisting of both students and faculty. There were students wh...

Students Can Save Lives Tomorrow

Students Can Save Lives Tomorrow

Theresa Dhein, Reporter

May 18, 2015

By giving blood tomorrow Rider High School students have the opportunity to save lives. “When I was a sophomore I was in the hospital and I lost so much blood that I went into a shock so I would have died if they didn't have blood on hand,” senior Sara Sorge said. Only a blood transfusion could...

She Almost Died: Near Death Experience Gives Sorge A New Calling

She Almost Died: Near Death Experience Gives Sorge A New Calling

Sara Sorge, Guest Reporter

December 15, 2014

At 4 a.m. on April 20, 2013, my mom rushed me to the ER. I remember thinking as we pulled up to United Regional that the whole experience was surreal. When I got to the hospital the doctors said I was hemorrhaging uncontrollably, but they didn’t know why so they hooked me up to an IV, gave me a...

Blood Drive Gives Life

Blood Drive Gives Life

Cortney Wood, Reporter

December 15, 2014

A near death experience drives student council president Sara Sorge to make each Rider blood drive a success. “I lost so much blood my sophomore year that I had a heart attack,” Sorge said. “People don’t normally think about helping somebody like that, but if nobody had donated, I could have...

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