Ben Chanenson laments the administration’s handling of yesterday’s early dismissal.
Anya Chan reflects on the career of Fred Rogers and the documentary about him, “Won’t You Be My Neighbor.” She discusses the courage he displayed to talk with children about pressing issues, ones that are typically reserved for adult conversations and examines the influence his positive outlook can have on today’s society.
For Veterans Day, Sylvain Falquet calls attention to the Radnor alum who served in World War I. He talks in particular about the stories of two veterans Wack and Cornacchio: “Stories like these bring the lives of our veterans from 100 years ago a little closer to our own.”
In this Friday Funny, Nick Speranza discusses the Morning Announcements. His satirical commentary touches upon the intro music, updates, and student reactions.
Audrey Margolies and Grace South
On November 6th 2018, only one day away, Americans in every state will be able to vote in the Midterm Elections, which occur two years after every presidential election. These elections will determine all 435 seats of the U.S. House of Representatives and ⅓ of the U.S. Senate, as well as local city mayors and 39 state or US territory governors.
Every year Radnor High School has an LM Week in anticipation of the Radnor vs. Lower Merion football game filled with hallway decorating, themed outfits, a bonfire, a large pep rally, and, of course, the football game. Lena Armstrong describes LM Week, while Ava Blumer provides the photos.
The Radnorite talked with candidate for the state house from the district PA-165, Jennifer O’Mara. O’Mara talks to authors Estelle Atkinson and Josh Woo about her campaign experience, her motivations, her policy aims, and her hope for American politics.
In this month’s edition of the Radnorite’s newest column, Grubbin’ with the Boys, Noah Conen determines once and for all the best pizza on the Mainline. Pizzas from seven of locations were judged based on four components: “crust, sauce, cheese, pepperoni.” See where your favourite pizza place is ranked by “the most sophisticated palettes at Radnor High School.”
A startling new Gallup poll released this past Saturday claims that 97% of students at Lower Merion High school are unaware of the fact that their school has a football team.