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All Radnor High School students are welcome to write for the Radnorite and the Radish. Students can become ‘Staff Writers’ after writing at least three articles during the school year. If students chose to write less than three articles during the school year, they will be featured as a ‘Guest Writer’.
For information regarding club meetings, click on the “Write for the Radnorite” page under “About Us” or message Editor-in-Chief Ellie Davis on schoology or by email ([email protected])

Important questions asked by the PAYS survey
Report: 79% of RHS Students Addicted to Cocaine
Ellie Davis and Sarah Tachau November 17, 2021

Two years ago, Radish correspondent Andrew Rosin reported that the PAYS survey on drugs and alcohol revealed that 78% of students were addicted to heroin. Today, the survey has...

RADMUN. Photo by Richard Dunbar and Robert Spear
Radnor Model UN Takes Rutgers University Conference
Payton Breck and Audrey Rubenstein December 3, 2021

This past weekend, Radnor High School’s Model United Nation (RADMUN) team traveled to New Brunswick, New Jersey, home of the Rutgers University Model United Nation Conference (RUMUN). Together, RADMUN took the conference by...

Radnors Worker Shortage
Radnor's Worker Shortage
November 19, 2021
Photo taken by Margarita Moreland
Radnor Girls Soccer Reflects on a Historic Season
Edy MacKenzie, Associate Editor • December 2, 2021

Soccer, like most other sports, is about numbers. How many goals scored, how many goals against, how many minutes remaining. Rankings, divisions, records, even the number on the...

Outside of the venue, The Theatre of Living Arts - Photo by Seneca Farhy,
Concert Review - Role Model
Seneca Farhy October 28, 2021

On October 17th, the Theatre of Living Arts in Philadelphia hosted the latest indie-pop sensation, Tucker Pillsbury, aka Role Model. Known primarily as the boyfriend of the one...

Examples of Instagram posts focused on social justice in 2020. Since the killing of George Floyd, many people have taken to the streets and social media feeds to raise awareness about issues going on in the world. Photo originally on “Political Correctness: The Worried Youths’ Guide on What Not to Say” by Sarah Tachau
Social Media Activism: Making change in a digital age
Ian Sun, Opinions Section Editor • December 1, 2021

We are all aware that social media changed the way we live our lives. The obvious benefits of social media include long-distance communication, expanding one’s reach beyond a...

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Vote! Politics are local
October 1, 2021
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