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Natalie Wilson

Natalie Wilson, Editor in Chief

Natalie Wilson is a senior at North Forsyth High School and a fourth-year journalism student. Though she is eager to depart on her own life adventure, she strives to leave a mark on The Raider Wire and lead the staff to its best year yet. She loves all things writing, and hopes to go to college somewhere less hot and sticky than Georgia to grow her passion. A few of her favorite activities include kayaking, going to concerts, scream-singing in her Jeep, and pretending like her dogs understand her when she talks to them.

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Rain slit through the air. It stole the breath from the children, and wood burned to fight its wicked sting. Boots scurried, doors slammed. Everyone holed up inside to wait out the Forty-Five.

“Forty-Five: Fifteen”

Natalie Wilson, Co-Editor
December 19, 2016
UGA Is Not the Only Option

UGA Is Not the Only Option

Natalie Wilson, Co-Editor-in-Chief
November 2, 2016
Introduction from Natalie

Introduction from Natalie

Natalie Wilson, Editor-in-Chief
September 21, 2016
UGA Equestrian Team’s Members work hard to keep up their busy competetion scheadule, attending shows every week of the season. Photo used with permission by Hallie Kitay, member of the UGA team.

Equestrianism Takes Over SEC

Natalie Wilson, Associative Editor
January 26, 2016
Her hair curled in a way that the earth seemed to agree with.

Amelia Wilmer

Natalie Wilson, Associate Editor
December 1, 2015
Forsyth citizens love their local Sprouts almost as much as they love an active lifestyle. Offering organic, gluten-free and low fat choices, Sprouts shows that a better diet keeps us on the right track.

Forsyth’s Feelin’ Peachy

Natalie Wilson, Features Editor
May 8, 2015
Sophomore “Judgmental Julia” is thoroughly disgusted by the overuse of slang and grandiloquence. Saving the streets by oppressing the swagtastic peasants with her catch phrase, Julia wipes away grammatical sin one “Like, what even?” at a time.

LSSU Bans Words for 2015

Natalie Wilson, Features Editor
March 3, 2015
Since kayaking is such a simplistically exciting activity, hitting the waters is now possible at any time of the day. Central Bulldog Sophomore Maria Hansen and younger sister Laney Hansen love making the fifteen minute drive to Lake Lanier just before the sun sets and catching the oranges and yellows cast upon the water.

Yakin’ about ‘Yaking

Natalie Wilson, Features Editor
December 11, 2014
Did You Say ‘Slam Poetry’?!

Did You Say ‘Slam Poetry’?!

Natalie Wilson, Features Editor
November 14, 2014
Jane Poe, second from the right, will always remember her days as a young woman at Girl Scout camp. “Associating with girls that shared my interests and also brought different opinions and talents to share during our meetings was so wonderful for me at that age,” Poe says. Camaraderie is just one of the skills she learned as a Girl Scout, and she still puts it to use daily.

Scouting Out Success

Natalie Wilson, Features Editor
October 23, 2014
North Forsyth FBLA Members Kyle Hickox, Ashton Seibel and Kory Hickox (left to right) receive 6th Place at State for their Business Plan.

FBLA Shows-Up State

Natalie Wilson, Staff Writer
March 17, 2014
Mila (horse) flies over a 2’6 vertical.

Rider Reality

Natalie Wilson, Staff Writer
February 28, 2014
Dr. Olga Glymph takes pride and passion in her job as North Forsyth’s Assistant Administrator, as her main goal is to embolden the generations of students she has the chance to impact with her intellectual and kind heart.

Dr. Superwoman

Natalie Wilson, Staff Writer
January 23, 2014
Coach Turner takes his position behind our stereo system in the North Forsyth cafeteria quite seriously, and he is very protective of his microphone.

Man Behind the Microphone

Natalie Wilson, Staff Writer
December 19, 2013
Models Emilie Osborne & Samantha Smart show off their Romero Bryan originals, posing for the pictures below in The Secret Garden. Known for his artistic ability with chiffon material, Romero continues to cultivate as he produces a seductive yet classy style, completely unheard of by the fashion world.

Romero Nears Fashion Climax

Natalie Wilson, Staff Writer
September 17, 2013
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