The Raider Review

Follow-Up: Where AFJROTC seniors are going next year

Jethro Punzalan, Staff Writer

May 20, 2016

Filed under Student Life

Last month, in the April edition of the Raider Review, the center spread featured a map that showed the future locations of surveyed seniors next year. However, that map only surveyed around 100 students out of the approximately...

BSU Raises Money for Flint Water Crisis

Amrita Ahuja, Student Life Editor

April 27, 2016

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Since April 2014, lead poisoning has plagued residents of Flint, Michigan. In April 2014, the city– under state receivership- switched its water source from Detroit to the Flint River. The Michigan Department of Environmental...

FaceTime in the Face of Boredom

Noah Waldron, Managing Editor

April 13, 2016

Filed under Student Life

Contrary to school policy, It is quite clear that students at ERHS actively use their cell phones during school hours, made obvious by the numerous school rules regarding phone usage, but a new cellular phenomenon has emerged...

The Transformative Stories of Ex-Shy ERHS Students

Esther Tanyi, Staff Writer

April 12, 2016

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In high school, it's common for students to begin to discover themselves and adapt, including transforming to be more open and less shy. A few ERHS students shared their stories of how and why they came out of their bubble. "I...

Ask Jethro: Traditional and Troubled

Jethro Punzalan, Advice Columnist

March 16, 2016

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Dear Jethro, I am very traditional and was raised by Catholic parents who are even more so. I struggle in school when issues of homosexuality come up because I am usually the only one who does not fully support the topic. Pe...

Students Put Cramming To The Test

Taylor Roar, Co-Editor-in-Chief

March 3, 2016

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In an environment that revolves around gaining knowledge, a high school is the ideal place to examine the sentiment that, “you learn something new everyday.”  Classroom-style learning, however, comes with not only learning...

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