Trump’s First 100 Days

Since January 20th, President Donald Trump has worked to change the political landscape of America.

And The Oscar Goes to..: A Recap of the Biggest Night in Film

On February 26, 2017, a star-studded crowd gathered for the 89th annual Academy Awards.

The Legacy of Barack Obama

Eight years ago, a bright eyed, 47 year-old senator from Illinois stood on Capitol Hill and swore to faithfully execute the office of the president of the United States. In doing so, he became the first African American to hold that title. From foreign policy to Obamacare, here are some highlights of the Obama legacy.

Bleacher Seats: A Baseball Podcast March 1st

The terrific tandem returns as Nick Perlin, Cam Gilreath, and Tim Sciannella discuss and preview the trending topics for the imminent MLB campaign.

Student Spotlight: Tommy McCarty, Raider Abroad

Tommy McCarty (’18) is spending one year in Malaysia, living with a host family and attending the local school.

Girls Basketball Puts Success On Loop

Atholton Girls basketball has been very successful over the years and looks to continue that this year as they hope to make a deep run in the Maryland State Playoffs.

Career Academies: The World of Work Awaits

Career academics provide students with a unique opportunity to gain an industry certificate during high school and/or earn college credit.

Don’t Trash the Idea of Making Atholton Greener

Only one thing stands between Atholton and a Green School certificate.

The JV Wrestling Team Has Reached its Pinnacle

It is a great feeling; a feeling of excitement, momentum, and most importantly, a feeling of success. The Raiders’ very own JV wrestling team has garnered quite a few accomplishments, namely having a girl on the roster and preparing underclassmen for varsity, but this year the team adds something new to the resume: an undefeated start.

This is What Democracy Looks Like

After the inauguration, various protests for various causes occurred around the country.