All posts by Max Crider

Max Crider is a 16-year-old junior hailing from Atholton High School. He is, has been, and always will be an avid fan of sports and videogames. He has been a Raider Review member since freshman year, and he hopes to go into the field of journalism for his career.

Let’s Talk Politics… At A Better Time

Have you ever sat down casually to watch the Oscars, a time for celebration of the finest cinematic achievements  of the year, then feel disappointed when the host breaks out into political grandstanding?

Electives Chart 2.0

Scheduling is in full swing as of now, and there are many students that are uncertain as to what classes they want to/still have to take. Well, have no fear…

Atholton High School’s Comprehensive Guide to the Remainder of the NFL Season

You are probably wondering “well, what’s my team going to have to do to make the playoffs? What sort of chance do we have?” Have no fear, because the students and staff of AHS believe they have the answer.

Watchability of Sports: A Comprehensive Guide To What Sports To Watch

 Hockey. Baseball. Basketball. Football. Futbol. Golf. Tennis. Sportsball. This large assortment of sports and games are all great in their own way, but how watchable are their major leagues?

It’s A Wonderful Life, Indeed, For Atholton’s Fall Play

This go around, the drama department is performing the 1946 movie-turned-play, It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play.

Has WWE Kicked Out Yet?: A Sequel to My First WWE Editorial

One year ago, WWE had really taken a dip in quality and a knight in shining armor arrived on the scene: me.

Esports and the Media: A Clash Of Traditions

Recently, many people and organizations have started investing in eSports teams, yet eSports are still not getting as much coverage as other sports like basketball, football, and baseball. Why is this happening?

Brace Yourself For The Pulsera Project

 The Pulsera Project has made its way into Ms. Street’s AP Spanish Language classes’ curriculum in order to help raise money for artisans in Nicaragua and Guatemala by selling their handmade bracelets and purses.

Week 11 Fantasy Football

Week 10 in the NFL was a crazy one. But what does this mean for fantasy owners?