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Dos and don’ts about applying for scholarships

Sheridan Allen, Reporter/ Photographer March 2, 2021

Students have known about scholarships since they were in elementary school.  However, scholarships can also be confusing, from knowing what to apply for or who to ask for recommendations. Like most...

Streamlining standardized testing?

Streamlining standardized testing?

College Board discontinues SAT Subject Tests, Optional Essay for future exams.
Manasvi Reddy, Editor-In-Chief February 5, 2021

The College Board released an official statement on Jan. 19 detailing the organization’s decision to rid of SAT Subject Tests and the optional SAT Essay. For years, standardized testing as a whole has...

The College Interview from beginning to end

The College Interview from beginning to end

Manasvi Reddy, Copy Editor November 18, 2019

  After years of building the perfect combinations of extracurriculars, academics and test scores, high school seniors around the country are now applying to universities where they hope to further...

Seniors Viet Tran and Damion Fisher have aspirations to attend Ivy League universities after graduating from high school.

The recipe for an Ivy League application

Manasvi Reddy, Copy Editor October 7, 2019

Receiving admission to a prestigious school in the U.S. is becoming increasingly rare. This is because, as the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported in 2017, two out of three high school graduates will continue...

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...

‘Senioritis’ Sets In For Students As Final Month Approaches

‘Senioritis’ Sets In For Students As Final Month Approaches

Jordan Campagna, Editor-in-Chief May 1, 2012

A glance inside senior classrooms proves that senioritis exists. Students are working on math during English, economics during math, or maybe even just sleeping. According to Merriam-Webster dictionary,...

Applying For Grants, Loans Consumes Valuable Time; Higher Education Proves Worth It In The End

Lane Weldon, Staff Writer May 1, 2012

Junior Jessica Ayres sits at her desk, fiercely writing. She stops and looks over at the book the essay is on about, “Profiles in Courage,”and then puts her head on the desk. She hopes it is worth...

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