Visit to India offers a discoveries like nowhere else

Natalia Teig, Raider Times staff

India is a captivating place that everyone should visit.  This is country is filled with diverse food, religions, and people. India, when you go there you need to embrac...  Read More »

September 23, 2016

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Princesses, knights, and turkey legs abound at King Richard’s Faire

Sandra Chacon and Isabella Vitti

King Richard’s Faire is a renaissance fair in Carver, Mass., held weekends from Sept. 3 through Oct. 23, 2016. Come and enjoy captivating fairies, breathtaking dancers, a silly mermaid, beautiful princesses, a "french" wh...  Read More »

September 23, 2016

Diverse lineup made Boston Calling 2016 the best one yet

Tatum Lee and Jadzia Lee

    The 2016 Boston Calling Music Festival was probably the most exciting event yet. Not only was there a third stage added for local bands and comedians, but also concert-goers had the chance to try graffiti art and ...  Read More »

July 9, 2016

“Finding Dory” is funnier — but not better — than “Nemo”

Elijah Levy, Raider Times staff

“Finding Dory” is the long-awaited sequel to the beloved modern classic, “Finding Nemo.” With such an expectation to live up to and Pixar’s more recent affinity for making terrible films -- with exception being...  Read More »

June 17, 2016

“The Conjuring 2” is implausible, blood-curdling, and maybe the best horror movie of 2016

Natalia Teig, Raider Times staff

“The Conjuring 2" is framed around Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga), who have again been called upon to help with another case of demonic possession. Lorraine has a gift, the ability to keep in ...  Read More »

June 10, 2016

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GrubStreet Boston providing creative outlet to budding writers

Anya Gellerman, Raider Times staff

Has writing been your passion for years? Do you like to write in your free time? Maybe you just want to widen your horizons and try something new. GrubStreet, located nea...  Read More »

January 29, 2016

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“Senioritis” is a silent killer

Cris Patvakanian, Raider Times staff

We’ve finalized our resumes, sent out applications, and crossed our fingers that the admissions board at College XYZ finds us perfectly qualified. But what now? The way I see it there are three paths left on our academic jour...  Read More »

January 28, 2016

A eulogy for Free Time

Shannon Murphy, Raider Times staff

I stand before you today to pay my respects and to say goodbye to my recently departed fried, My Free Time. On a recent Monday, this valuable and irreplaceable part of my life was taken away from me. It passed away as soon...  Read More »

January 28, 2016

Turning off the technology is a powerful feeling

Sarah Greim, Raider Times staff

    Technology. A blessing? A curse? Or something in between? The recent increase in technology usage can be seen in different lights. Some may see their blessed iPhone as a beacon of light. It is something to wrap...  Read More »

December 14, 2015

Frame of Reference — editorial cartoons

Emily Hart, Hannah McCall, Alitheia Chabot, and Sasha Helfner

November 22, 2015

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