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Assassins: Game Over

Abigail Lenhard June 1, 2017

On Monday May 29th the senior assassin competition finally came to a close. Instead of a sole victor, the final three contestants decided to call it a draw. The assassins were photographed discussing possible...

Eighteen Year-Old Girl, Seeking Date to Senior Prom, Serious Inquiries Only

Erin Brown May 30, 2017

One could say I’ve had a “rough time” with proms in high school. Last year, I attended   junior prom without a date. I tried to find a date, but nothing worked out. Sure, I shed some tears, but...

Wherefore Art Thou Assassin?

Wherefore Art Thou Assassin?

Abigail Lenhard May 23, 2017

Throughout all of my freshman year, I have concurrently been experiencing what it’s like to go through senior year, not that that makes any sense, but because of my older sister Kate, I have felt like...

What Colleges Want

What Colleges Want

Christopher Glanzmann May 1, 2017

Applying for college is both exciting and nerve-racking. You could get accepted into the college of your dreams, or you could be stuck with your last choice, though that isn’t necessarily a bad thing....

Radnor Glows Orange

Radnor Glows Orange

Emilija Sagaityte, Former Editor-in-Chief April 18, 2017

March 20th to 24th, Radnor high school celebrated its fourth Kindness Week with kindness (of course), spirit, and a whole lot of orange. Ms. Roseland, Mr. Stango, and members of RHS Student Ambassadors...

Drug Dogs: A Timeline and an Overview

Drug Dogs: A Timeline and an Overview

John Hydrisko and Victoria Vale April 18, 2017

Over the course of a week, administrators unveiled their plan to use drug-sniffing dogs in the fight against teenage drug use. The controlled announcement first reached teachers, the school board, student...

Radnor Hi-Q Finishes Strong

Radnor Hi-Q Finishes Strong

Brooke McCormick March 27, 2017

Radnor’s Hi-Q team takes part in the oldest continuous academic quiz competition in the nation that started in 1948. We have 12 team members, including team captains Alex Leonardi and Drew Doughan and...

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Meeting Radnor’s New Superintendent: Mr. Kenneth E. Batchelor

Emilija Sagaityte, Former Editor-in-Chief March 20, 2017

When I was in seventh grade, Radnor was confronted with the same challenge it faced last year: to find a superintendent. To assist with the search, several middle and high school students, myself included,...

Radnor’s District-Wide MLK Day

Radnor’s District-Wide MLK Day

Emilija Sagaityte, Former Editor-in-Chief February 13, 2017

Sixth grade was the first time I devoted several hours of my Monday off to celebrate the true spirit of MLK Day and participated in Radnor Middle School’s service activities, but what started off as...

Radnor’s 120th LM Week

Radnor’s 120th LM Week

Emilija Sagaityte, Former Editor-in-Chief December 11, 2016

Leading up to the long-anticipated week of election results, which led to friction in the nation and in our communities, Radnor carried on with its unifying tradition: LM week. In celebration of the 120th...

Radnor’s Thanksgiving Dinner

Emily Chen December 11, 2016

Thanksgiving has been an American tradition ever since 1621, a holiday filled with turkey, family, and, most importantly, gratitude. For some folks who do not have significant plans for the day, however,...

Radnor Spreads the Holiday Spirit

Radnor Spreads the Holiday Spirit

Katie Frost December 10, 2016

Radnor Township hosts many events throughout the year, including the annual Saturday-morning Breakfast with Santa. While there was much going on during the 2-hour event, it didn’t fail to spread holiday...

A Morning of Unity for a World of Diversity

A Morning of Unity for a World of Diversity

Emilija Sagaityte, Former Editor-in-Chief October 27, 2016

On September 14th, while many children and adults in our community spent their morning chatting in their homes, offices, or the school halls about the latest episodes of their favorite shows or about the...

Radnor High School WiFi

Radnor High School WiFi

Emily Chen October 27, 2016

We hear it all too often. “The Wi-Fi isn’t working.” “The Internet is too slow.” “It won’t download.” While the Web can be a real blessing to us nowadays, we are all too familiar with...

Radnor Choir Embraces Classical Pieces

Radnor Choir Embraces Classical Pieces

Sydney Brumfield October 27, 2016

When teaching a class, teachers try to ensure their students that they are learning all the material available to maximize their growth and development. It is well known that in subjects like English,...

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