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Travel Packing Hacks

Riley Sims, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 18, 2018


Filed under Photos

Packing for a trip can often be very stressful. It seems like there is too much stuff and not enough luggage. These are a few hacks to shift your focus from packing to relaxing. Riley Sims A trick for packing fast and reducing wrinkles in clothes is to line all of your clothes over the edges of ...

Unmasking Terrorism Fears

Unmasking Terrorism Fears

Riley Sims, Co-Editor-in-Chief

May 21, 2018


Filed under Opinion

In the wake of numerous terrorist attacks, some people are having a hard time enjoying public activities and travel out of fear that they will be in a unsafe situation. This even has some questioning if they should partake in these activities. However, they should not be scared to enjoy themselves because...

Dustin Barth

Dustin Barth

Edith Perez, Graphic Design Editor

May 20, 2017


Filed under Raiders of North Garland

“I have summer school for the first month of June [but] then kind of all bets are off. I’m definitely going to do something during July [but] haven’t just decided what yet. I’m looking to just [see] what airline tickets are cheapest and just take a trip wherever it is, just random. Southwest...

Clark Aceo

Clark Aceo

Clarissa Moreno, Photographer

April 1, 2017


Filed under Raiders of North Garland

"[If I had more time] I would travel. [I would] travel to Canada, Kenya, just to experience different cultures and meet more people. We need unity," Clark Aceo, 11.

Sabre Mruske

Sabre Mruske

Miranda Molina, Reporter

March 6, 2017


Filed under Raiders of North Garland

"When I was 18 my grandparents took us to London and Paris for my birthday, so I went to London and Paris for a week each. That was very fun and cool." Sabre Mruske, Geometry.

Studying, sightseeing, seeking success

Connie Ho, Online Managing Editor

November 7, 2014


Filed under Features

Both girls log on to their computers and search for travel brochures and pictures of beautiful countries. As they gather up information about several foreign countries, their excitement cannot be contained and their grins turn into wide smiles. Juniors Siomara Hernandez and Esperanza Garcia have decided...

Raiders conquer France

Elise Coleman, Assistant Editor

March 6, 2013


Filed under Features

For nine days, six students and six teachers will spend their Spring Break experiencing the culture, life, language and food of France. World history teacher April Aston will lead the group that leaves for France on March 8 to embark on a nine hour flight to Paris and return on March 17. She said that...