The Watertown JV boys
Watertown JV boys' basketball falls to Melrose
Leah Knipper-Davis, Raider Times staff • January 22, 2021

The Watertown High junior varsity boys' basketball team battled visiting Melrose, ultimately falling short, 45-40, on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2021. See more than 50 photos from...

(1 of 8) Sophomore Maggie Driscoll sets off on a breakaway during the Watertown girls
Another game, another victory for the Raiders girls' hockey team
Leah Knipper-Davis, Raider Times staff • January 21, 2021

Stoneham/Melrose scored first, but the Watertown girls' hockey team responded with four unanswered goals for a 4-1 victory on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021, at John A. Ryan Arena....

The Watertown High girls
Watertown High girls' hockey checks off Belmont, 7-4
Leah Knipper-Davis, Raider Times staff • January 19, 2021

The Watertown High girls' hockey team scored four goals in the first period on its way to a 7-4 win over Belmont on Monday, Jan. 18, 2021, at John A. Ryan Arena. See the photo...

Sophomore Jack Dickie (4) lines up his shot when the Watertown High School boys
Wakefield boys' hockey able to deny Watertown, 2-1
Leah Knipper-Davis, Raider Times staff • January 17, 2021

The Watertown High boys' basketball team scored first but it wasn't enough to beat visiting Wakefield, 2-1, on Friday night, Jan. 15, 2021, at John A. Ryan Arena. Raider Times...

Lucy Cuthew captures truths about high school life in “Blood Moon”
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The gym hallway awaits a socially distant lunch crowd when Watertown High School students return the first week of December. The majority of WHS students have been learning remotely since the beginning of the school year.  (Nov. 20, 2020)
A look inside an empty WHS
Isabella Nitschke, Anna Vrahliotis, Noor Dia, Fathema Heidari , Elena Kiani, Abby Hendrick, and Thomas Dicker November 25, 2020

As eerie as an empty Watertown High School may seem, the school will be merging into the new hybrid model of learning starting Dec. 2. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected every...

What is the best way to teach the 2020 presidential election?
What is the best way to teach the 2020 presidential election?
Leyla Mandel, Raider Times staff • November 2, 2020

As high school students, politics has never been prevalent in our lives until now. For many of us, this is our first exposure to the world of politics and I wondered what...

Returning home to Albania
Joust for fun: A visit to King Richard’s Faire leaves visitors awestruck

Joust for fun: A visit to King Richard’s Faire leaves visitors awestruck

October 21, 2018

Bringing home the magic of Ireland’s Beara Peninsula

Bringing home the magic of Ireland’s Beara Peninsula

September 17, 2018

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Photo gallery: Spirit Week 2019
David Mastro brings Aloha spirit to Watertown High
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Ben & Jerry’s opens its doors in Watertown
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WHS wrestling team grapples with having to wait for its chance to compete
Students served variety of new lunch protocols at Watertown High
Virtual Institute for Activism to teach students how to change the world
A look inside an empty WHS
The show must go on!

The show must go on!

November 17, 2020

What is the best way to teach the 2020 presidential election?

What is the best way to teach the 2020 presidential election?

November 2, 2020

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What is the best way to teach the 2020 presidential election?
What is the best way to teach the 2020 presidential election?
Leyla Mandel, Raider Times staff • November 2, 2020

As high school students, politics has never been prevalent in our lives until now. For many of us, this is our first exposure to the world of politics and I wondered what...

Andrew Yang, one of the Democratic candidates of president, addresses the crowd on Cambridge Common during a campaign stop Monday, Sept. 16, 2019.
Andrew Yang draws a crowd on Cambridge Common
Lucy Gould, Raider Times correspondent • September 18, 2019

Andrew Yang is running for the Democratic nomination for president, and he certainly has a lot of supporters. That was apparent Sept. 16, 2019, when he held a campaign rally...

Presidential candidate Wayne Messam (in suit) poses with students and teachers after a question-and-answer session at Watertown (Mass.) High School on May 22, 2019.
Presidential candidate Wayne Messam visits Watertown High
Raider Times staff • June 27, 2019

On June 26 and June 27, two debates were held featuring 20 Democratic candidates for president. Wayne Messam was not among the 20 in Miami, partly due to his not announcing...

Presidential candidate John Delaney (standing, middle row, fourth from left) poses with students and teachers after a question-and-answer session at Watertown (Mass.) High School on May 3, 2019.
Presidential candidate John Delaney visits Watertown High
Raider Times staff • June 26, 2019

On Wednesday, June 26, presidential candidate John Delaney will take part in the first Democratic debate, along with nine other candidates. (Ten more candidates will debate...

Virtual Institute for Activism to teach students how to change the world
Celebrating Halloween is still fun (even in a pandemic)
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Looking back, five years later
Mark Wahlberg strives to get it right in “Patriots Day”

Mark Wahlberg strives to get it right in “Patriots Day”

January 12, 2017

“This wasn’t the movies”

“This wasn’t the movies”

December 13, 2016

The signs of support came from everywhere

The signs of support came from everywhere

June 5, 2014

The view from Florida was amazing

The view from Florida was amazing

April 15, 2014

Near shootout site, they are stronger than a picture

Near shootout site, they are stronger than a picture

April 14, 2014

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