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 Members of the Black Student Union club attended Coal Mountain Elementary to read to students. (Submitted by: Mary Ewing)

Uniting Through Student-Led Clubs

Gracie Zimmerman, Literature Editor October 7, 2022

School, an environment for learning and connection. As the summer ends, many students dread the end of their relaxation and plentiful free time. However, they also look forward to making new friends and...

Lany Campbell, Ramya Raja, and Grace Wood strike a pose to represent students that participate in extracurricular activities versus people who do not.

Is participation in extracurricular activities linked to success?

Marissa Dintino, Staff Writer October 11, 2016

Often, a person’s ability to succeed is judged based upon the amount of extracurriculars they participate in. Those who are not involved in activities outside of school are often shamed and stereotypically...

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.

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...

Two students walk down the hallway with their fingers interlaced to show their pride for their sexuality along with who they are. It takes a lot of guts to be able to do something like this but I commend the people who are able to face the world even with all of the hate.

My Thoughts vs. Society’s

Diana Rodgers, Staff Writer May 7, 2015

“That’s so gay!” Just that simple phrase when used can be meant as a joke, but to anyone who is inherently “gay”, it is seen as malice. Since when did it become a bad thing to be gay? Let...

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