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Christmas/Winter Break Playlist

  The Raider Review, through the powers of direct democracy, have created a Christmas playlist for you to enjoy over this break! Happy holidays, everyone!   Zenaida/Evan   Max   Erin   Alex   Naomi […]

There’s SNOW Way That Frozen 2 and Disney+ Could Exceed Expectations

On November 22nd, Disney released it’s follow-up to the smashing hit Frozen with Frozen II. This continues the empire that Disney has held over society for the last 96 years.

AHS Drama Kills Monsters and Expectations

Jaylynn Floyd Staff Reporter November 22, 2019      Gather your playing dice, boards, cloaks, and imagination, because an action-packed play about the famous game Dungeons and Dragons is coming to an auditorium near you. […]

La Semaine de Français: Visitez la France

As you come up the final step into the top of the d-hallway stairwell, you find yourself standing beside a busy french cafe with a view of the eiffel tower. Two more steps and suddenly, the Louvre is to your left, glistening in the sunlight, and the arc de triomphe, illuminated by the colors of the french flag in the night sky. As you look in front of you, you see the french flag sprawled out on a wall, and a sign on it that reads: “La France.”

The Raider Time Review, Episode 1: October 30, 2019

This marks the beginning of Atholton High School’s own broadcast news program, the Raidertime Review!

Our Favorite Halloween Movies

Happy Halloween! At The Raider Review, we compiled a few favorite horror movies for your pleasure. Enjoy!

AHS Theatre Gets Into Character

AHS Drama Department’s cast and Costumes, Hair, and Makeup crew came together with Mr. Roger Riggle to create makeup looks for each character in their upcoming fall play, She Kills Monsters.

Atholton Students Take Part in Global Climate Protest

The Earth is sick: climate trends are more erratic than ever, greenhouse gases are trapping more heat in the atmosphere, glaciers are melting, with storms stronger, droughts longer. And the younger generations demand a cure.

The Jury is Out on the Democratic Candidacy Race

The race for the Democratic candidacy has been heating up over the past few months. Over the summer and through the start of the school year, there have been a series of debates between a varying amount of candidates, each trying to make their case for why they will dethrone the incumbent president.