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Balancing Work and School

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By Tom Claffey ‘19 As students progress into adulthood many are beginning their first jobs. But does their employment distract them from getting the most out of their education?   Balancing a school week alongside a work week is a hard task by any standard, with time management, deadlines, long ...

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Keith Lockhart the Crossing Guard

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By Allison Brooks ‘22      Every day students go to school focusing on their academics but don’t always think about the people that help them throughout the day. Principals, teachers, aids, and crossing guards are just a few examples. Do you ever wonder what goes on in their daily lives?   ...

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Gun Right’s: Will They Survive the Onslaught?

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By Austin Mahle ‘19   The nation we live in is in a bit of turmoil. The mainstream media discusses the ubiquitous and growing amount of violence, with many believing that guns are to blame. A bipartisan push for greater gun control in both state and the federal legislature is ...

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The Strange case of Markelle Fultz

By Will Delaney ‘20  He had it all going for him. He was the first pick of the 2017 NBA Draft and had a wide set of offensive skills to make him a scoring machine. So what has caused this man’s woes? And should he be traded? Let’s start from ...

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Ridley Comics…Break by Anastasia Demkin ’21

 

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Local journalist visits The Green Raider

By Green Raider Staff Local entertainment journalist Brian Bingaman visited the Green Raider staff in November. Mr. Bingaman  covers entertainment news for The Reporter of Bucks County and The Delco News Network. He has been a journalist for seventeen years. He has written about TV, local music, and local and ...

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America’s biggest problem: big government

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    By Austin Mahle ‘19     I recently got paid after working very hard over the past month as a busboy in a small restaurant. Since I’m paid monthly, the long wait can be tedious, however well worth it. My hard work had earned me, and the results ...

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Mr. Murgidi: from band member to band leader

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By Brianna Moss ‘19 A former Ridley student is the newest addition to the high school staff and his name is Mr. Murgidi. “The thing I lose sleep over most is what you’re going to take away with you after high school,” said Mr. Murgidi to the Ridley Raider Marching Band ...

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2018-2019 Spirit Week

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Making a difference, Ridley’s first student run Dance-A-Thon

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By Nina Arcilla’22   Ridley High School is hosting its first ever dance-a-thon and it’s all for a good cause,  pediatric cancer awareness; so get ready to dance!   This year Ridley is hosting a “mini-THON”.  Ridley currently has a partnership agreement with Four Diamonds, a research foundation for pediatric ...

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