The Raider Wire

We Are the Lost Generation

Who are we? Students from the present generation ask this question together. Students search for their identities in each other and in their phones rather than in themselves.

Katie Harrill, Staff Writer

November 2, 2018

Why is it that we all feel like we need to post about our problems or complain about our lives to get the slightest bit of attention? Personally, the last couple of weeks have been extremely difficult for me, but you won’t see me post anything about my problems on social media. Why? Because all it does...

Are Teenagers Too Old to Go Trick-or-Treating?

Should teenagers be allowed to go trick-or-treating? The Raider Wire Staff offers their opinions on this puzzling question.

Raider Wire Staff, Staff

October 30, 2018

Holley Murray The truth is that there is only so much candy to go around. As fun as it may be for everyone to dress up in exciting costumes and collect bags full of sweets, there comes a time when the tradition must be abandoned to pass the torch on to next generations. Halloween is for the “aw” feeling ...

The Art of Vandalism

Some of these doodles are simple, depicting what a lecture made them think of, or what they would rather be doing.

Ethan Simmons, Staff Writer

February 12, 2015

We have all seen it, doodles and drawings on the desks and walls of the school. Although most of us pay little or no attention to them, yet upon closer inspection, they can be quite interesting, showing a spark of creativity that can sometimes feel squashed in the midst of mundane note tacking. It’s ...

Fast Food Frenzy

 Fast Food Frenzy

Sam Perryman, Staff Writer

December 16, 2013

In the early 1950’s, the movement for more convenient, quick food began in America with a small establishment called White Castle that sold cheap slider burgers for around five cents a pop. Now approximately 60 years later the fast food market has dramatically expanded with around 72 individual chains...

Could We Possibly?

Getting a license and driving a car is the high school dream. Car ownership means that no one can take it. Driving is freedom, and the only rules are the driving laws.

Emma Franklin, News Editor

October 30, 2013

High schoolers have many requirements and even more desires, but there are several activities that every teenager should participate in before they walk across the stage to receive their diploma.

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