The Rider Chronicle

The Ultimate Return

Seniors Justin Anderson, Peter Vu, Hayden King, and Tanner Courtney.

Steven Garcia, Reporter

May 12, 2015

It’s Tuesday. The last bell of the day has rung its sweet tune. Everyone is rushing to their cars to go home or to their jobs. But some students are speeding to a field to forget about their problems. On this field, you’re not a football player or a band kid. It doesn’t matter if you’re wearing...

Mu Alpha Theta: It’s Not All About Math

Alyssa Matthews, Reporter

September 16, 2014

The National Math Honor Society is preparing for another year full of community service and volunteerism. “A lot of people think all we do it sit around and solve math problems.” sponsor Lydia Coyle said. “We actually do numerous events such as donating cans to Interfaith Ministries, filling...

A Dying Breed: Clubs Struggle to Stay Afloat

Kyler Norman

October 8, 2010

Clubs have always been a part of student life, but now students and teachers are having difficulty finding time for them. “I don’t know if kids are too busy in church or if they have too much schoolwork,” librarian and Student Council adviser Sally Mroczkowski said. “It’s the same kids doing...

Too Little Too Late: Don’t Wait, Get Involved Now

Rider Chronicle Editorial Board

October 8, 2010

Rider was once thriving with clubs; people full of passion for a cause, now many of the once loved clubs have disappeared. There are many reasons as to why Rider has lost so many clubs, but the main reasons are a lack of student commitment and many teachers who just no longer have the time. After-school...

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