The Rider Chronicle

Guest Column: How can the student section improve?

Guest Column: How can the student section improve?

Peter Nguyen, Guest

October 17, 2019

Senior Peter Nguyen, the student council president shares his views on the student section and how to improve it in this guest column.  If you’ve ever attended one of football’s home games and stood in the student section, you’ll know how loud and proud we can get. By that, I mean we’re pretty q...

A Handmade Touch

A Handmade Touch

Mandy Huynh, Editor-in-Chief

October 10, 2019

Senior Aribah Tahir once only practiced henna, a paste used to make temporary tattoos, on her own hands. But then the Rider senior expanded into drawing the Middle Eastern body art onto interested students, carefully personalizing each pattern.  What began as a hobby five years ago has turned int...

Q/A with Defensive Lineman Ian Storey

Q/A with Defensive Lineman Ian Storey

Sandra Le, Reporter

September 27, 2019

Tonight will be a special one for many as it’s Senior Night for the Class of 2020’s JROTC, band, Raiderettes, color guard, cheerleaders and football. The Rider Chronicle is having a series of Q/As with the leaders of each organization this week.  Rider football’s defensive lineman Ian Storey sat down with Th...

Q/A with Raiderettes Captain Sarah Johnston

Q/A with Raiderettes Captain Sarah Johnston

Sheridan Allen, Reporter/Photographer

September 26, 2019

Friday night will be a special one for many as it’s Senior Night for the Class of 2020’s JROTC, band, Raiderettes, color guard, cheerleaders and football. The Rider Chronicle is having a series of Q/As with the leaders of each organization this week.  Raiderettes captain Sarah Johnston sat down ...

Q/A with Cheer Captain Helicity Johnson

Q/A with Cheer Captain Helicity Johnson

Manasvi Reddy, Copy Editor

September 25, 2019

Friday night will be a memorable one for the class of 2020 as it’s Senior Night at Rider. Senior members of JROTC, band, Raiderettes, color guard, cheerleaders and football will be recognized for their dedication and service to their organization. The Rider Chronicle will be publishing a Q&A with...

Q/A with Color Guard Captain Lilly Studer

Q/A with Color Guard Captain Lilly Studer

Mandy Huynh, Editor-in-Chief

September 25, 2019

Friday night will be a special one for many as it’s Senior Night for the Class of 2020’s JROTC, band, Raiderettes, color guard, cheerleaders and football. The Rider Chronicle is having a series of Q/As with the leaders of each organization this week.  Color guard captain Lilly Studer has always ...

Q/A with Drum Major Reili Schell

Q/A with Drum Major Reili Schell

Mandy Huynh, Editor-in-Chief

September 24, 2019

Friday night will be a special one for many as it’s Senior Night for the Class of 2020’s JROTC, band, Raiderettes, colorguard, cheerleaders and football. The Rider Chronicle is having a series of Q/As with the leaders of each organization this week.  Most Friday nights, Drum Major Reili Schell ...

Q/A with JROTC Cadet Major Joseph Scales

Q/A with JROTC Cadet Major Joseph Scales

Meghan Helton, Reporter

September 23, 2019

Friday night will be a special one for many as it’s Senior Night for the Class of 2020's JROTC, band, Raiderettes, colorguard, cheerleaders and football. The Rider Chronicle will have a series of Q/As with the leaders of each organization this week.  Cadet Major Joseph Scales, who has served in...

Students Connect Through Innovative New Program

Students Connect Through Innovative New Program

Mandy Huynh and Sheridan Allen

October 22, 2018

AP Capstone is a two year program that’s only offered at 1500 hundred schools in the U.S. Currently, Rider is the only school offering it in the whole district. The first year of the program is called AP seminar, which 26 students are currently enrolled. They learn how to identify credible sources an...

We the Students

Jacob H. Wooten, Reporter, Website Manager

April 3, 2017

By definition, a Student Council is a representative structure for students only, through which they can become involved in the affairs of the school, working in partnership with school management, staff and parents for the benefit of the school and its students. These two beneficiaries found in the d...

Battle of the Arts 5 : Applied vs Applied

Jacob H. Wooten, Reporter, Website Manager

March 21, 2017

We have learned to only view the visual and musical beauties of the Fine Arts without considering that not even our acting or dancing could be art. Performing Arts aside, Battle of the Art’s next observation is of the Applied Arts which has seen to be the most neglected of the artistic perceptions. De...

Battle of the Arts 4 : Fine vs Fine

Jacob H. Wooten, Reporter, Website Manager

March 21, 2017

Music is a special form of art. One that is split between Performing and Fine Arts. Focusing on the Fine Art side, with the rest of Fine Arts stuck in the moment of time it is framed, music is a wavering experience that comes and goes in the moment notes leave the instrument and fade upon invisible yet exp...

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