Roving Photographer: What are People Doing over the Summer?

Roving Photographer: What are People Doing over the Summer?

Diane DeLosSantos, Commentary Editor

Here are the summer plans of some of the students and faculty at our school!    Mr. Diglio’s summer plans consist of  meeting up with the cross country girls to make sure their training is going well, runnin...

June 16, 2017No Comments

Attention Seniors: Please Respond to our Senior Survey!

Please help us collect information for our special Senior Issue of The Rambling Raider.  It will take less than 5 minutes of your time, and you will be forever immortalized in print in our famous 2017 Senior Issue! Li...

May 30, 2017No Comments

NRHS Cracks Down on Lateness

Diane DeLosSantos, Commentary Editor

Dr. Gill has decided to crack down on lateness because of all the complaints he's gotten from our school's security guards. Almost all of them have come to him saying that there's a large amount of students that are continuously...

April 4, 2017No Comments

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The Coral Reefs Aren’t Dead, But They Could Be Soon

The Coral Reefs Aren’t Dead, But They Could Be Soon

Olivia Mendelson, Staff Writer

About a week ago, a story spread through the internet that the Great Barrier Reef had been proclaimed dead. Scientists quickly corrected the statement - the coral reefs are not dead, but could be very shortly if we do not...

October 25, 2016No Comments

Just How “Different” Are Instagram Stories and Snapchat Stories?

Diane DeLosSantos '18, Commentary Editor

Just how different are Instagram Stories and Snapchat Stories? An interview I conducted with Instagram and Snapchat explained just that. "What are “stories”? What are they made up of?"   Instagram: "As you share mul...

October 5, 2016No Comments

What the Death of Bees Means for the World

What the Death of Bees Means for the World

Olivia Mendelson '18, Staff Writer

It’s become well-known that honeybees are dying out at an alarming and devastating pace. Although there are many causes for this epidemic, one of the major factors is a widely-used type of pesticide that is partially responsible...

September 26, 2016No Comments

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Faculty Spotlight: Mr. Charles Garcia

Alyssa Anderson '19, News Editor

Mr. Garcia is a temporary substitute for Mrs. L. Perez while she is on leave from having her baby. Mr. Garcia fills in for all of her classes and is known to be a fun and excellent teacher. You’d be l...

March 16, 2017No Comments

Student Highlight: Melissa Megali

Claire Perini, Clubs and Activities Editor

“Always smile every day with the people you love.” Melissa Megali, a junior at North Rockland swears by this quote. Melissa is currently sixteen years old and is enjoying every minute as a student...

November 2, 2016No Comments

The End of Apple?

The End of Apple?

Nicholas Slamka '19, Staff Writer

In the future Apple iPhone may be left behind as a thing of the past. Yes, I said iPhone!  You may be in disbelief, but it may be the beginning of the end for this iconic company. Currently, Apple iPhones...

May 22, 2016No Comments

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