The Raider Wire

Rumors on the Tokyo and Beijing Olympic Games

Rumors on the Tokyo and Beijing Olympic Games

Jen Vincent , Literature Editor February 26, 2021

The Japan Olympics were originally supposed to be held July 24 to Aug.9, 2020. However, with the recent COVID-19 pandemic, the plans were postponed. Japan's prime minister said the Olympics “will be...

U.S. President Joe Biden signs executive orders in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, after his inauguration as the 46th President of the United States, U.S., January 20, 2021. REUTERS/Tom Brenner - RC2YBL95CI4F

Biden’s First 30 Days

Micayla Peters, Staff Writer February 26, 2021

Joe Biden was inaugurated on Jan. 20. Since then, he has signed over 50 executive orders on issues regarding Covid-19, immigration, the environment, and more, trying to live up to his campaign promises.   Biden...

Victor Reyes after winning his match to advance him to placement matches. Photo by: Sydney Jarrard

NFHS Raider Wrestlers At State

Sydney Jarrard, Staff Writer February 22, 2021

On Friday, Feb. 12, 2021, the North Forsyth Wrestling team brought seven qualifiers to the state tournament. The tournament was held in Macon, Georgia at the Macon Coliseum. The state tournament was set...

Michael Sills hits a line drive into right driving in the first run of the game. Photo by Savannah Stegeman.

North Forsyth’s Varsity Baseball Team Opens Season With a Win Against Milton 6-2

Drew Bearden, Staff Writer February 22, 2021

The North Forsyth Raiders varsity baseball team started off the season1-0 as they hosted the Milton Eagles on Feb. 17 in Raider Valley. The Raiders accumulated four hits and tagged on six runs, beating...

Drumline performed at Denmark High School on Feb 20.
Photo By: GIPA Percussion

2021 NFHS Indoor Drumline Theme “A Day In The Office”

Imogene Ragan, Staff Writer February 22, 2021

Every year North Forsyth High School’s indoor drumline competes at the state and national level through performance and shows. This year, the drumline is performing a show with the theme “A Day In...

 Mrs. Pilling, Sponsor of National Honor Society and Teacher of World History and AP Human Geography, posted on her wall a collection of images of iconic Civil Rights activists and quotes for all of her students to see in honor of Black History Month. (Photo by Sarah Treusch)

Black History Month: Learn the History, Make a Difference, Instate Change

Sarah Treusch, News Editor February 18, 2021

In the United States and Canada, Black History Month is observed in February, but Europe celebrates it in October. The yearly observance is also known as African-American History Month. One easy way to...

COVID-19 vaccine vials are ready for use. Photo by: Memorial Medical Center.

Are the Covid-19 Vaccines Safe?

Micayla Peters, Staff Writer January 16, 2021

Last year Covid-19 infested the world and our lives by forcing many countries to shut down. Everyone wants the 2020 pandemic to be over, and multiple vaccines have been created and approved. However, many...

The top of the picture is pro-Trump riots storming the Capitol Building. The bottom left is senator Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock. Bottom right Nancy Pelosi announcing her impeachment for Trump with the 25th amendment.

A Blue America: A follow up to my last article on the 2020 senate run-off election

Jen Vincent, Literature Editor January 16, 2021

Senate Run-off Results: On Tuesday, Jan 5 the election centers opened, and the people of Georgia seemingly held their breath waiting for the results. The special election run-off finished first between...

Elementary school student in third grade celebrates by creating a collage of multiple examples of Civil Rights Movements. (Photo by Wendy Avon)

Everything You Need to Know About MLK Day

Sarah Treusch, News Editor January 12, 2021

Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a federal holiday, is rolling around the corner falling on Jan. 18 because it is observed on the third Monday of the month. Forsyth County Schools recognizes this holiday by...

An image of the infamous hairstyle: the mullet. This hairstyle simply should not be around in this day and age. Photo from Men's Health.

Are Mullets Really That Attractive?

Sydney Jarrard, Staff Writer December 15, 2020

Mullets have been around for way longer than the 1980s. The first mention of the mullet was in Homer’s The Iliad when he described the Abantes spearmen; however, the term ‘mullet’ wasn’t a word...

All the way to the left Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock and next to him, Jon Osoff. Next to him David Perdue, and all the way right Kelly Loeffler.

The Fate of the World Rests on Georgia’s Shoulders in Upcoming Senate Run-offs

Jen Vincent, Literature Editor December 15, 2020

There are two very important senate run-off election dates happening in Georgia. This could lead to the majority of the senate being either red or blue. The two run-off elections are set for Jan. 5, 2021....

A photo of the performance of the Concert Band. Photo provided by the NFHS Concert Band Holiday Concert livestream.

NFHS Band Performs Their Holiday Concert

Steven Gresham, Staff Writer December 15, 2020

On Tuesday night, Dec. 8, North Forsyth High School Concert, Symphonic and Wind Ensemble bands performed their Winter Concert in the Performing Arts Center. The concert was streamed live to YouTube for...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
The student news site of North Forsyth High School
News