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Covid-19 vs el la educacion

Covid-19 vs el  la educacion
January 7, 2021

 Por Diana Leyva  Una cosa con la que todos pueden estar de acuerdo es que el virus COVID-19 nos ha afectado gravemente. Sobre todo, en el sistema educativo. Alrededor del mundo, la gente está haciendo...

Developments causing deforestation

January 7, 2021

There have recently been new developments and remodeling in Garland and Rowlett causing trees to be cut down. The GISD natatorium, Crystal Lagoon, and The Draper are the big projects that Garland has been...

Zoom Fatigue; and the Physical Effects on Students

Michelle Montanez
December 10, 2020

By: Michelle Montanez Zoom Fatigue. A term coined this year to describe the tiredness, worrying, and burnout associated with overusing virtual platforms to communicate.  Students who attend school...

Voting isn’t enough: organized activism

Voting isn't enough: organized activism
November 12, 2020

The end of 2020 marks the end of the four years that Trump has been in office, making this election year more important than ever. But, voting is not the only thing to be done to reform the government. Organized...

Raider Echo 2020 Election Endorsements

Raider Echo 2020 Election Endorsements
October 31, 2020

With the 2020 election in full force, battles for numerous seats are set for November 2nd. Our staff is one of  progressive thinkers who prioritize increasing quality of life for disenfranchised communities....

School Implements New Advisory Period

School Implements New Advisory Period
October 22, 2020

In light of Coronavirus, this year, GISD implemented an advisory period at North Garland to address the social and emotional needs of students, and target academic gaps, created by the shutdown/lock down...

Teaching in the Age of Coronavirus

Teaching in the Age of Coronavirus
October 2, 2020

  Broadcast senior Kaison Thepbouri interviewed Graphic Design teacher Cryss Godoy-Diguette about her experience with the new hybrid education model implemented as a result of the COVID-19...

GISD to Begin First Intersession Week October 6th

GISD to Begin First Intersession Week October 6th
September 28, 2020

From October 6th to October 9th, after the last week of the new nine week grading cycle, GISD will have an intersession week. Created by Garland ISD’s Superintendent, Dr. Ricardo Lopéz, and Board of...

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Legacy

Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Legacy
September 24, 2020

Listen to sophomore Olli Ibarra's thoughts on the death and legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Life Under Isolation Takes Hit on Teens’ Mental Health

Life Under Isolation Takes Hit on Teens’ Mental Health
May 17, 2020

On April third, the Garland Independent School District (GISD) announced that the rest of the school year would be closed and completed through online learning in response to the growing COVID-19 threat.  For...

Essential Workers on the Front Lines of the Pandemic

Essential Workers on the Front Lines of the Pandemic
May 12, 2020

Millions of essential workers are responsible for providing as well as transporting resources for people nationwide during the COVID-19 global pandemic.   According to the Department of Homeland...

All Things COVID-19: General Info

All Things COVID-19: General Info
April 7, 2020

With the novel COVID-19 virus, better known as the pandemic coronavirus, spreading rapidly, countless measures have been taken around the world to reduce infections. Below is a simplified guide to information,...

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