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Sports and Extracurricular Update

Sports and Extracurricular Update

Sammy Rosin, Currents Associate Editor September 2, 2020

Sports and extracurriculars are integral to the Radnor schools and community, which is why many students are relieved that the summer pre-season and fall activities will continue. In an 8-1 vote on August...

“Turn It Up for the Class of 2021”

The Class of 2021 Paints the Field House

Anne Griffin, Editor in Chief August 26, 2020

On Monday morning, the Class of 2021 painted their names and the finishing touches on the field house, fulfilling the first of many senior traditions. The theme was music — the front walls are...

Radnor High School Reopening: The Quick and Dirty

Radnor High School Reopening: The Quick and Dirty

Sammy Rosin, Currents Associate Editor August 11, 2020

 The RTSD school board has decided —  Radnor students will go back to the classroom in person this fall. Except this year it will only be for half of the week. The school board voted on a plan that...

An Ode to the Class of COVID-19 and Our Post-2020 Plans: The Radnorite Senior Edition

An Ode to the Class of COVID-19 and Our Post-2020 Plans: The Radnorite Senior Edition

Estelle Atkinson, Editor-In-Chief June 10, 2020
Congratulations to the Class of 2020 and good luck with the next chapter of your lives!
Photo by Aidan Baumann

With White Privilege Comes Responsibility: The Main Line March for Black Lives

Estelle Atkinson, Editor-In-Chief June 9, 2020
On Thursday, June 4, supporters of the Black Lives Matter Movement marched 7 miles from Wayne Train Station to Paoli Train Station. 
Update: School Ending a Week Early

Update: School Ending a Week Early

Sammy Rosin May 20, 2020

Every year, the last week of school creates a mix of emotions for most students: the stress of struggling through exams, the sadness of saying farewell to teachers, and the excitement of looking towards...

Wise Words from Our Seniors: Coping With a New Reality

Wise Words from Our Seniors: Coping With a New Reality

Tess Brennan April 22, 2020

As Governor Tom Wolf announced on April 9 that Pennsylvania schools would be closed for the rest of the 2019-2020 school year, Radnor students took to Instagram to say their goodbyes. Radnor timelines...

RTSD Elementary School Students Respond:

RTSD Elementary School Students Respond: “How I spend my days at home”

Radnorite Editorial Staff April 5, 2020

Recently, Governor Wolf announced that all Pennsylvania schools are closed indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Radnorite invited all elementary school students in the Radnor Township School District...

5 Fun Ways to Spend Your Time while Social Distancing

5 Fun Ways to Spend Your Time while Social Distancing

Sammy Rosin March 17, 2020

When we left RHS on Thursday afternoon, I don’t think many of us were expecting  that we wouldn’t be back at school until at least March 30. Over the next few weeks, even with online assignments,...

2020 Keystone Press Awards: Radnorite Excellence

2020 Keystone Press Awards: Radnorite Excellence

Anne Griffin, Associate Editor March 12, 2020

Radnorite won big at the 2020 Keystone Press Awards. Radnorite contributors won awards in major categories for feature story, sports story, feature photograph, and website design. The Keystone Press awards...

Grubbin with the Boys: Minella's

Grubbin with the Boys: Minella’s

Noah Conen March 10, 2020

I have a routine every night that has become second nature to me. I finish my homework, take a shower, put on some jammies, and last but not least, I watch the evening news update on my Alexa Echo Dot....

Radnor High School Presents: Les Misérables

Radnor High School Presents: Les Misérables “Vive la Révolution”

Anjali Engstrom March 4, 2020

Les Misérables first took to Broadway’s stage in 1986, giving the theater world one of its most iconic shows to date. The plot, while very confusing, boils down to these main points: Escaped prisoner...

International Conflict Hitting Close to Home: A Radnor Perspective on US-Iran Relations

International Conflict Hitting Close to Home: A Radnor Perspective on US-Iran Relations

Ellie Davis, Opinions Section Assistant Editor March 2, 2020
While keeping up with international politics on the news from the Philadelphia suburbs, the magnitude of the events playing out oceans away can seem hard to grasp. But Radnor is not as far removed as one might think. Community members, such as Iranian-born Foreign Language Teacher, Madame Daryoush, are personally involved and affected by international conflicts.
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A Critical Upgrade: RHS Athletic Facilities

Sammy Rosin January 6, 2020

In addition to the 1,200 students who use the Radnor High School athletic facilities throughout the year, the entire Radnor community benefits from using them. Many students’ lives revolve around the...

Radnorite’s Word of the Year 2019: ‘Vibe’

Radnorite’s Word of the Year 2019: ‘Vibe’

Nick Speranza, Arts Section Editor January 2, 2020
Looking back at 2019, the Radnorite has chosen “vibe” as its Word of the Year for 2019. In his new article, Nick Speranza provides a brief history of the word and its many uses, as well as an explanation of the newspaper’s decision.
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