2017 Watertown High School fall varsity sports schedules

2017 Watertown High School fall varsity sports schedules

Raider Times staff

The Watertown High football team (1-0) returns to action on Friday night, Sept. 15, with a game at Plymouth South. But that's not the only WHS in action! Here below are the...

September 15, 2017

“I’m a teacher that happens to teach physics”

“I’m a teacher that happens to teach physics”

Bandna Kaur, Benjamin Fandetti, Imogen Stichbury, Lauren Cole, Melanne Ghahraman, Natalie Finton, Niki Hamidi, Paulo Costa Jr., and Saron Nebiye

If Matt Rose wasn’t a teacher, he would own a pizza shop. He loves to cook and even wants to incorporate flipping pizza dough into his physics classes so that his students co...

September 14, 2017

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Nick McDermott, Raiders toss aside Plymouth South

Nick McDermott, Raiders toss aside Plymouth South

Raider Times staff

Junior quarterback McDermott threw four TD passes and ran for another as the Raiders football team improved to 2-0 with 48-29 road victory at Plymouth South on Friday, Sept....

September 17, 2017

2017 Watertown High School fall varsity sports schedules

2017 Watertown High School fall varsity sports schedules

Raider Times staff

The Watertown High football team (1-0) returns to action on Friday night, Sept. 15, with a game at Plymouth South. But that's not the only WHS in action! Here below are the...

September 15, 2017

Watertown High starts season on a roll

Watertown High starts season on a roll

Elizabeth Allen, Raider Times staff

Watertown High's football team put on a show in beating Arlington Catholic in both teams' season opener at Victory Field on Sept. 8, 2017.   ...

September 9, 2017

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Boston Comic Con ready to draw most interesting crowd

Boston Comic Con ready to draw most interesting crowd

Jacob Downey, Raider Times correspondent

   This is the 10th year of Boston Comic Con, the greatest celebration of pop culture in the city.  The convention features panels, creators, but most importantly the t...

August 10, 2017

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Big opportunities await at University of Michigan

Big opportunities await at University of Michigan

Honor Petrie, Raider Times staff

I spent a recent weekend in Ann Arbor visiting the University of Michigan. On the September Saturday when I visited, the Big House -- the nickname of the football stadium -- w...

December 19, 2016

Visit to India offers a discoveries like nowhere else

Visit to India offers a discoveries like nowhere else

September 23, 2016

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State politicians urge millennials to get involved

State politicians urge millennials to get involved

Natasha Roy, Raider Times correspondent

“What millennials have to understand is that they cannot disengage. They have to stay engaged, and they have to figure out what their mission is,” said Representative Geor...

August 27, 2017

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

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

Ruby Cohen and Katherine Lawn

    Peter Berg’s new film “Patriots Day” has gained attention nationwide, but especially locally  due to the film being based on the 2013 Boston Marathon bombin...

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

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The view from Florida was amazing

The view from Florida was amazing

April 15, 2014

Near shootout site, they are stronger than a picture

April 14, 2014

Suddenly, in the middle of a manhunt

April 9, 2014

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State politicians urge millennials to get involved

State politicians urge millennials to get involved

Natasha Roy, Raider Times correspondent

“What millennials have to understand is that they cannot disengage. They have to stay engaged, and they have to figure out what their mission is,” said Representative Geor...

August 27, 2017

“Democratic Party really, really does need a revival”

“Democratic Party really, really does need a revival”

Natasha Roy, Raider Times correspondent

“The Democratic Party really, really does need a revival,” declared none other than DNC deputy chair Keith Ellison. The Minnesota Congressman delivered his impassioned speech Aug. ...

August 27, 2017

Even politicians are affected by uncertainty of the times

Even politicians are affected by uncertainty of the times

Natasha Roy, Raider Times correspondent

In recent months, uncertainty and distrust in the federal government have swept the nation. After a divisive and polarizing campaign cycle -- during which many voters wer...

August 27, 2017

Asking for your vote because I can’t yet

Asking for your vote because I can’t yet

October 5, 2016

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NESN: From Watertown’s backyard into New England’s living room

NESN: From Watertown’s backyard into New England’s living room

Nathan Follett, Raider Times staff

It’s game day. The Bruins are in Toronto to kick off the most important stretch of their season as they fight for playoff position. Back home, fans are ready to tune ...

May 29, 2017

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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...

January 29, 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...

January 29, 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...

December 15, 2015

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News in brief from Watertown High

Volunteer opportunity at WMS Watertown Middle School needs high school tutors to work after school with middle school students.  Please contact Andrew Allegro at WMS or see Mr...

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