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Chera (Chair-uh) Yoon is a senior and Editor-in-Chief of The Raider Review. A debate enthusiast and the co-President of Executive Board SGA, she spends her free time watching Friends, reading articles from The Onion, and napping. Chera has a passion for things ranging from cute babies to social advocacy.
Chloe is a senior and Editor-In-Chief of The Raider Review. She loves dancing, petting her dog, and her internship at the National Aquarium. In her free time, she eats Chipotle and plans activities for her club, called Be the Change.
Max is a 17-year-old senior hailing from Atholton High School. He has recently been converted to the wonderful religion of hockey and, in tandem, is a football fanatic. The only current member of The Raider Review to have been on the staff since freshman year, he aspires to forge a legendary career in the sports broadcasting industry.
Erin is a senior and a third year staff reporter and squaditor for the Raider Review. She loves to write and lead both in The Raider Review, the theater sound department, and as senior class Vice President. Erin is also an active member of National English Honors Society and Delta Scholars.
Gisele is a junior. She wants to study psychology in college. In her free time, she likes walking and listening to music. She also likes Chinese water deer.
Naomi is a senior and a second-year reporter for The Raider Review. She plays on the varsity soccer team and loves going to Chickfila in her free time. She is always down to try new things and connect with new people. In the future, she hopes to go to college and study journalism.
Alexandra is a senior who likes lobster rolls, long walks on the beach, and baby elephants. Alex hopes you enjoys her stories.
Andrew is a junior who likes hands-on work and sleep, as well as dolphins and tigers. He wants to study law after high school.
Raymond Brown is 17 years old and he is from Chicago, Illnois. This is his fourth year at Atholton High School. He plays basketball and likes to hang out with friends. His favorite basketball team is the Los Angeles Lakers and his favorite music artist is Youngboy Never Broke Again.
London is a senior and a member of the Raider Review. When she’s not busy being the Co-Chair of Delta Scholars or participating in other organizations such as NHS, PAC, UBC, and peer mentoring, she enjoys reading fiction books and Webtoons, watching Netflix and youtube mini web-series, as well as writing screenplays/scripts and short stories. You can often find her staring off into the distance as she daydreams about her next story
Kyleigh (Kylie) Eaton is a junior and apart of the Raider Review. She enjoys photography, playing lacrosse, spending time with animals, and listening to music. In her free time, she likes to eat exotic candies and sushi, take photos, and watch scary videos on YouTube. Kyleigh wants to major in multimedia when she goes to college.
This is Jaylynn’s second year doing journalism. She like dogs and long walks with her friends. After high school she wishes to get a degree in either journalism or psychology.
Gabriel is a Junior in Atholton High school who enjoys writing and annoying his friends in a good-natured way. He passes the time by playing save the world on Fortnite and watching youtube. He enjoys reading Percy Jackson and Harry Potter, and writing stories about these two particular stories that inspire a lot of creativity in him.
Abideen is 17 years old and he is from Dallas, Texas. This is his fourth year at Atholton High School. He likes playing basketball, hanging out with friends, and listening to music. His favorite basketball team is the Los Angeles Lakers and his favorite music artist is A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie.
Ethan is a Freshman I usually spend most of my time playing video games and sleeping. I like to play soccer but like watching basketball. My favorite tv shows to watch are old cartoons like Tom & Jerry and Looney Tunes. My favorite food to eat are hamburgers with bacon.
Zenaida (Zuh-ny-duh) is the social media manager for the Raider Review. She enjoys spending time with her friends and family, as well as dancing and cheering. In her free time she likes to meet new people and learn new things but most importantly she loves to have a good time!
Evan is a junior at Atholton High School and a second-year member of the Raider Review. He likes watching Netflix and is planning to go into a field in engineering for his career. He also loves to spend quality time with friends and enjoys watching soccer games when he has time.
Isaiah is a second year journalist hoping to shake Atholton with groundbreaking stories. His interests include running (but not too far), watching Netflix, eating tacos, and listening to Tyler the Creator!
Quinton is a student in journalism who likes to play video games and with dogs. He also likes to hang out with his friends and talk to his dog sometimes.
Kyle Tracht is a Senior at Atholton High School, where he is a LET IV in the JROTC program under Ltc. Reinhardt. He is an avid reader and gamer, and is a fan of most science-fiction novels.
Eric is a sophomore at the Raider Review. He enjoys playing castlevania and kingdom hearts, watching avatar: The last airbender, rereading for the nth time of the Harry Potter and Percy Jackson books, playing with his two boxers (Cooper and Chloe), and daydreaming while listening to music. He is a proud Slytherin and an introverted extrovert. He has a passion for debate, politics, and proving people wrong and his opinions right with statistics and facts.
It is the goal of The Raider Review staff to report all important subjects in a journalistic fashion. Above all, we strive to recognize all points of view and hear every voice. It is our policy to accept written opinions from readers to be printed in the Opinions section of the paper. Letters must be signed, but names may be withheld upon request. Letters may be submitted to any newspaper staff member or placed in Mr. Vennard’s mailbox in the front office. Except for clearly marked staff editorials, the articles appearing in the Opinions section do not necessarily reflect the views of The Raider Review or Atholton High School, but rather those of the individual reporter.