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  • Second Annual Clubapalooza Brings Students Together

    Second Annual Clubapalooza Brings Students Together

    Kristin Iler, Sports Editor

    August 24, 2016

          The second annual Clubapalooza event took place on the North Forsyth High School football field during Instructional Focus on Aug. 24. The event was created last year for the purpose of showcasing events, clubs, and sports teams to the freshmen and sophomores. Th... READ MORE »»

    These journalism students enjoyed working the Raider Wire/Lit Mag table for Clubapalooza. L-R: Kristin Iler, JoAnn Ahn, Leilani Gibbons, Jack Scott, Kayla Salemi.

  • Braves Fans: Brace Yourselves for a Long Season

    Braves Fans: Brace Yourselves for a Long Season

    Jack Dalmolin, Staff Writer

    May 26, 2016

    Nobody expected anything special from the Braves this year. The 2016 season is definitely a rebuilding season for Atlanta. Over the summer, Braves fans checked the sports section of the news each week in despair as they read about yet another Braves superstar who was traded away. Players like Craig Kimbrel,... READ MORE »»

    The Braves’ new park, SunTrust Stadium, is set to be ready on opening day 2017. Photo from this video: https://youtu.be/AEj6ZUOqwcI

  • Us

    Us

    Jack Kern, Staff Writer

    May 26, 2016

    Time goes by, bringing some, and leaving far too many. Life creates to watch its creation flourish. Life is the novelist, and Time is the passionless publishing company, telling Life that what it has made is not enough and denying its work, a piece entitled, “Humanity.”  Life nurtures and cares... READ MORE »»

    A tale shared between time and life itself.

    Us

  • How to Create a Mini Garden

    How to Create a Mini Garden

    Kristin Iler, Staff Writer

    May 26, 2016

    Materials needed: Healthy soil or fertilizer Flower, fruit, or vegetable seeds Watering cans A large space with a lot of sunlight The best time to begin a garden is just after it is starting to get warm. You will want to ensure that the area where the garden will be will have a signifi... READ MORE »»

    There are many different plants that can grow in the garden. You can harvest roses such as this one, or you can harvest plentiful greens that can be eaten. Whatever you decide to plant will turn out beautiful and rewarding if done correctly. (Picture used with permission by Raicheal Havins.)

  • Of a Dead Man and his Sea

    Of a Dead Man and his Sea

    Bim Peacock, Literature Editor

    May 23, 2016

    Let it be known I was there from the beginning of that fool’s dash to the end.  Quite literally I was, for I stood as the first to meet him after thirty years of his imprisonment.  A nation had risen and fallen in that span, his time being of the former, yet when the new era began and those convicted... READ MORE »»

    “Still do I fail to understand who that fool was, just what it was he bled for. Perhaps the wonder lies in that which our souls will see, but our minds will not.”

  • Lady Raider Lacrosse says Goodbye to Seniors

    Lady Raider Lacrosse says Goodbye to Seniors

    Hailey Yarbrough, Associate Editor

    May 23, 2016

    Girl’s Varsity Lacrosse came to an end Tuesday, April 26th with a hard fight against the Northview Titans resulting in a devastating loss. The Raiders had outstanding games against teams like Whitewater and Norcross high school, but the most heartfelt game of the season was April 19th, Senior Night. The ... READ MORE »»

    Seniors, Nina Carter, Clair Holbrook, and Corinne Thompson, play their last home game in Raider Valley. They fought hard to earn their last victory on home turf.

  • Fragile

    Fragile

    Danielle Stone, Staff Writer

    May 23, 2016

    Everything was perfect, But only for a moment. It couldn’t last Because no beautiful thing can.   It was a delicate thing, Fragile, as if made of glass, And it cracked Right under his fingertips.   All at once, Everything shattered. In the glass cascading... READ MORE »»

    Everything has to end eventually.

  • Gender vs. Genre

    Gender vs. Genre

    Bella Angell, Staff Writer

    May 23, 2016

    Should boys read young-adult fiction novels? Should girls read books about the Civil War? Stereotyping has become a natural trait in humans that is constantly being passed on to their children. I personally think that anyone can read whatever they want, as long as they enjoy it. A lot of males enjoy... READ MORE »»

    Your gender should not keep you from reading the best books. If you want to read a cheesy contemporary or a historic bibliography, do not let others tell you that you cannot.

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Braves Fans: Brace Yourselves for a Long Season

Jack Dalmolin, Staff Writer

Nobody expected anything special from the Braves this year. The 2016 season is definitely a rebuilding...  Read More »

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Lady Raider Lacrosse says Goodbye to Seniors

Hailey Yarbrough, Associate Editor

Girl’s Varsity Lacrosse came to an end Tuesday, April 26th with a hard fight against the Northview ...  Read More »

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Second Annual Clubapalooza Brings Students Together

Kristin Iler, Sports Editor

      The second annual Clubapalooza event took place on the North Forsyth High School football field during Instructional Focus on Aug. 24. Th...  Read More »

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