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As graduation approaches, Cynda, Brodie, and I are reminiscing on our fondest high school memories. We are eager to toss our caps in the air and start a new chapter of our lives. Photo from Carteret Community College.

Goodbye– the Raider Wire’s Class of 2022 Seniors

Cassidee Jackson, Cynda Allen, and Brodie Mizer May 15, 2022

Senior year went by so fast. Of course, that’s what everyone says, but there’s truth to the saying nonetheless. April 29 marked our last day of high school before AP exam week and senior finals on...

Photo Credit: ArtStation - Pablo Palomeque

Valor

Dylan Brons, Staff Writer May 15, 2022

Magic sparked in the elf’s hands as she realized she was outnumbered. The brigands encircled her, holding an assortment of their own weapons.   “Easy now,” she said in her own tongue....

Dates for the 2022 EOCT exams. Photo by Kinley Waltman.

EOCTs & AP Exams: How to Pass & Prepare for Them

Kinley Waltman, Staff Writer May 15, 2022

EOCTs took place the first week of May.    Monday, May 2 was US History, Tuesday, May 3 was Biology, Wednesday, May 4 was American Literature Section 1, Thursday, May 5 was American Literature...

Freshman Emily Willhite and her family are visiting Navarre Beach this summer. Pictured is one of her favorite attractions in Navarre. Photo by Emily Willhite.

Sliding Into Summer Plans

Elizabeth Wood, Features Editor May 13, 2022

With school ending in less than a month, students are ready to take back their free time this summer. Some students prefer to stay home and relax. Others already have plans for traveling this summer.   Some...

Junior Hayden Linn is the founder of WildWicksbyHayden. Photo submitted by Hayden Linn.

WildWicksbyHayden’s Wild Contribution to the Community

Sarah Treusch, News Editor May 13, 2022

Junior Hayden Linn owns and founded the candle business WildWicksbyHayden where a portion of her revenue is donated back to the community. She founded this company when she was in 7th grade in 2017....

Millie’s old cabin where her life changed completely.
Photo by Garden & Greenhouse.

The Forgotten Boy

Madison Lamons, Staff Writer May 10, 2022

The silhouette of a tall, scrawny man appeared in the distance walking towards the small cabin built along the mountainside. Millie had been inside, preparing breakfast, when she looked through the kitchen...

The crew of the Revenge watching as Roach the Cook scales the mast of the ship. Photo by Aaron Epstien.

“Our Flag Means Death” Review

Kai Shabman, Literature Editor May 10, 2022

“Our Flag Means Death” is the newest addition to Taika Watiti’s collection of shows he has directed and starred in. The latest episode was released on March 24, and it was an immediate booming success....

Arik Gilbert celebrates his first touchdown after taking a year off. Photo by @georgiafootball Instagram.

The Georgia Bulldogs Show Promise for Next Season After Spring Game

Brodie Mizer, Staff Writer May 10, 2022

Georgia held their final scrimmage for the spring season on April 16, and the showing has Dawg fans excited for the future. A combination of new and familiar faces returning has the reigning national champions...

Escape the heat and get in the summer groove with these four fan favorites! Photo by Harkins Theater.

Four Movies to Get You in the Summer Groove

Ashleigh Martin, Staff Writer May 10, 2022

School is almost out, which means no more massive workloads, no insanely early curfews, and no more staying up late finishing projects or studying for tests. There are plenty of activities you can do over...

The two political parties campaign to become the next governor of Georgia. Photo by Furman University.

Georgia Governor Primary—How Will It Affect the Turnout in November?

Madison Lamons, Staff Writer May 10, 2022

The 2022 Georgia gubernatorial election is upcoming on Nov. 8, and the candidates are on edge as their future to become the next governor of Georgia will be in the hands of voters. The primary candidates...

The green streaks of electricity caused by the reaction.
Photo by Mercer R. Brugler.

The Test Chamber

Kai Shabman, Literature Editor May 6, 2022

It was the day of the test, and Joshua Matteson was running late. Joshua put on his radiation gear and ran to the test chamber. He had heard word of trouble in the test chamber, but he elected to let it...

Eugene Seese conducting the orchestra during the Materna Requiem rehearsal. Photo by the Focal Center Instagram.

The Music Community Comes Together in a Performance of “Materna Requiem”

Tori Harrill, Staff Writer May 6, 2022

After months of dedication and hard work, North Forsyth Choir’s Cantamus and Chamber Singers presented “Materna Requiem” by Rebecca Dale on April 26 at the new FoCAL Center. The requiem translates...

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