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Raider Rumbler

Beats and Reps

Kate Pate

October 22, 2010

Filed under Opinion

“Reset. Come on guys pull that string. Band-ten- hut,” Mr. Crochet, the band director, blares over us on the black top. It’s 5:45 p.m. and we’ve still got 30 minutes of rehearsal left. There is a collective sigh across...

The worst first date

Shelly Spencer

October 5, 2010

Filed under Opinion

A year ago, this Friday I had the worst first date I’ve ever had. I was going to Forthcoming with my best friend Nick Hage.  At first he just asked me to Forthcoming, but the week of Forthcoming a friend of mine told him...

Students Spreading the “News”

Rachel Sloan

October 5, 2010

Filed under Opinion

Her face turned. Her face contorted into an expression that hurt to look at. And right away she knew it was her they were talking about. It was the rumor. High school is filled with small, nagging things. Homework, stress, ...

Snap into the Fad

Kate Pate

September 29, 2010

Filed under Life & Arts, Opinion, Top Stories

Snap! Ever heard the sound of a rubber band attacking human flesh? Snap! Ever seen it happen or had it happen to you? Snap! Have you ever had a rubber band in the shape of a heart whip against your bare skin? What about the shape...

A Junior’s Column

Rowan Armour

September 13, 2010

Filed under Opinion

Rouse High School has been open for two years and is now starting its third, which means that there are now juniors. Juniors are the reigning Alpha class of Rouse High School and the majority have been here since freshman year....

Keeping in Touch

Mikaela Moore & Sam Arreola

May 28, 2010

Filed under Opinion

Summer is right around the corner and you can definitely tell. The humidity is rising, pools are opening, and school is winding down. Some will be leaving town, while others will stay around. Either way, it’ll be a challenge...

Does Facebook Make You Dumber?

Mikaela Moore

May 24, 2010

Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Facebook is a very popular and widely used networking site. Most everybody has this some-what addicting website as a favorite on their computer or even an “app” on their iphone. Even though Facebook is clearly popular and...

Friendship

Gloriana Stolle

April 7, 2010

Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Who does the word “friend” bring to mind? Someone that is just fun to hang out with? A boyfriend or girlfriend? A childhood buddy? However significant it is in life, friendship is something I can’t live without. So how...

Why Gossip?

Rachel Sloan

March 4, 2010

Filed under Opinion

What is the emotional pull inside of us that makes us feel the need to poke our noses into someone else’s business? Is it the possibility of getting blackmailed, or is it just the thought that it would make us “a better friend?”...

Trust

Gloriana Stolle

March 2, 2010

Filed under Opinion

Trust is something that is hard to earn but worth the trouble. Trust is essential in any friendship or relationship. Trust is the very foundation of any relationship and keeps the members of the relationship from falling apart....

An Unusual Sport

Mikaela Moore

February 24, 2010

Filed under Opinion, Sports

Most people have played a sport at least once in their life. Usually the sports consist of basketball, football, or maybe soccer, but these are typical sports and played by many. However, my story is a little different. I participate...

Get Involved

Mikaela Moore

February 22, 2010

Filed under Opinion

The first semester is over and things seem to becoming a little more difficult as classes change and school work becomes more hectic, but with every door closed, a new one opens and that new door can sometimes be a stressful,...

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