Raider Echo

Lilian Nguyen

Lilian Nguyen

Paola Hernandez, Reporter

November 23, 2017


Filed under Raiders of North Garland

"The Seniors will obviously win because [of] seniority," Lilian Nguyen, 12, said. "It's our last year, so it makes sense."

Helping Hand

Braedon Harris, Reporter

August 30, 2017


Filed under Uncategorized

To compete at the Area 3 HOSA competition in February, juniors Victoria Cerean and Katie Thompson built a prosthetic hand.   Despite not advancing to the HOSA state competition, they have donated their project to an organization that helps children in need throughout the world.   The p...

Student Participates in Summer STEM Program, Meets World Acclaimed Inventors, Scientists

Student Participates in Summer STEM Program, Meets World Acclaimed Inventors, Scientists

Eden Amberber, Co-Editor-in-Chief

March 24, 2017


Filed under Features

While most students spend their summer lounging by the pool, junior Rhiannon Roberts spends hers at the National Academy of Future Science and Technology Leaders conference in Boston, Massachusetts. “I got a letter in the mail from the academy inviting me and that was the first time I had ever heard...

Nhu Nguyen and Stephanie Akhimien

Nhu Nguyen and Stephanie Akhimien

Elena Gary, Designer

March 22, 2017


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"The most traumatic experience I've had so far is Junior year, honestly. You already know why, it's because of physics." Nhu Nguyen, 11. "[I think] middle school, y'know? It's like a phase-changing experience. Everyone is still in their elementary, pubescent feeling. Everyone is going through a lot...

Roshni Rana

Elena Gary, Designer

December 17, 2016


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"I did not exempt any of my exams for this semester, but I plan on exempting all of my exams second semester because most of [my exams] are for AP classes. No, I don't [think exams have a purpose] because [teachers] all know their kids are going to exempt their exams, and [teachers] all know that the...

Nhu Nguyen

Nhu Nguyen

Elena Gary, Designer

December 16, 2016


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"I'm not ready for the second semester, because it's just going to get harder, especially with Physics. Two of my classes are getting changed [with my schedule] next year, APUSH and Precal. I'm excited for Christmas Break to spend time with my family and friends and getting gifts, but I haven't really...

Ben Ayala

Ben Ayala

Emily Molden, Photo Editor

December 14, 2016


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"Biomedical engineering interests me because it combines both an artistic skill set and knowledge of medicine. The engineering aspect will be the most challenging to me because I do not have prior experience in the engineering field," Ben Ayala, 11.

Kimber and Kathryn Brown

Kimber and Kathryn Brown

Emily Molden, Photo Editor

December 11, 2016


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Emily Molden: "Whats the best part of having a twin?' Kimber Brown: "You're never alone, from the womb to the tomb, I was always with her [Kathryn]." Kathryn Brown: "She gives a lot of moral support, usually. And she helps with school too. She's a built in study buddy." Emily Molden: "Whats...

Vanessa Le

Vanessa Le

Emily Molden, Photo Editor

December 10, 2016


Filed under Raiders of North Garland

"The best part of yearbook is getting to know more people and taking pictures. Photo assignments are really fun for me. And I like the fact that we rotate groups and get to know other people, so we just don't talk to our own group," Vanessa Le, 11.

Erica Igiehon

Erica Igiehon

Emily Molden, Photo Editor

December 8, 2016


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"The best part of HST is being able to go to the hospital and seeing how hospitals work, and the different departments. I think HST is helping me prepare for my future, because I can do so many things for free here that would cost a lot of money in college. The food is good there too," Erica Igiehon,...

Thi Phan

Thi Phan

Jeanie Torvi, Reporter

November 3, 2016


Filed under Raiders of North Garland

“The police have been doing some weird things lately. But because of the outrage based on the opposition, I think that they should figure out a way to stop everything, calm down, then get back to their job.”

George Gegbe

George Gegbe

Emily Molden, Photo Editor

September 21, 2016


Filed under Raiders of North Garland

"I just had surgery recently because my appendix burst. I was in excruciating pain, and I had to rest a couple of days to get back in a better condition and rehabilitate myself. My friends, family and the school staff have been really supportive of my surgery. I'm really thankful," George Gegbe, 11.