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...

Radnor Actors Workshop's

Radnor Actors Workshop’s “You Can’t Take It with You” is A Spicy Must-See

Janie McRae November 20, 2019
Janie McRae can attest that that the Fall Play, You Can’t Take It With You, is the greatest piece of theatre to ever exist. Jam-packed with Russians, romance, fireworks and snakes, the show makes for an exciting, and dare I say ~ spicy ~ work of art. For those who are questioning whether or not income tax is real or are thinking about becoming a communist, this play is a must-see. 
A New Generation of Heroes, A New Generation of Tolerance

A New Generation of Heroes, A New Generation of Tolerance

Debby Armstrong, Radnor Beats Associate Editor October 22, 2019

Seven million people each year wind through the cobblestone streets of Rome to enter the pantheon. The circular temple boasts a 360 degree view of statues of ancient Roman deities with a dome ceiling and...

The Sun Sets on the Class of 2019

The Sun Sets on the Class of 2019

June 14, 2019

Using his DJI Spark Drone, Chapin Lenthall-Cleary captures a sunset over Villanova as the 2018-2019 school year comes to an end.

Captain Marvel: A (Spoiler-Free) Review

Captain Marvel: A (Spoiler-Free) Review

Joshua Jones March 22, 2019

Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel has set itself up to be a landmark film.  Not only does the movie directly precede April’s Avengers: Endgame, a promising triumphant finale to ten years of build...

Remembering Stan Lee

Remembering Stan Lee

Debby Armstrong December 12, 2018

On November 12, 2018, the world lost a true hero. At the age of 95, Stan Lee died in Los Angeles, California, having inspired millions of fans around the world. His comic books and characters serve as...

Is Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Worth the Buy?

Christopher Glanzmann December 12, 2018

I have been a fan of the Call of Duty franchise for years, which only grew with the release of Black Ops 2 in 2012. Since then, my interest has expanded to numerous other video games, but Call of Duty...

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Harry Potter and The Corporate Franchise

Anne Griffin, Associate Editor November 20, 2018

I grew up with Harry Potter- I consumed all seven books in seven days. After reading the books, I was allowed to watch the movies, a self-imposed rule. I remember watching the movies, comparing lines and...

The Angel of Television: Fred Rogers

Anya Chan November 16, 2018

This past summer, the documentary “Won’t You Be My Neighbor” regarding the extraordinary man Fred Rogers was released into theaters. Mister Rogers was the producer of the children’s show “Mr....

Gambino Weighs In: An Evaluation of This is America

Melissa Wright May 30, 2018

On May 4th, 2018, Childish Gambino (the music moniker of Donald Glover) released a music video titled “This is America.” As a society, all too often, we turn a blind eye on pressing issues in society....

Marvel's Phase 3: Infinity War

May 25, 2018

Wil Cosgrove - Warning: Contains major spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War - Ten years ago, Robert Downey Jr. brought to life an entire new world. When Iron-Man first aired in 2008, no one had any idea...

Facing the Music

Facing the Music

Amia Korman March 6, 2018

It’s Friday night, you’re at a party in someone’s basement. Surrounded by the same red solo cups and dimmed lights as every other night like this, you realize that perhaps a few people are new, but...

The Red Pill:  A Reaction

The Red Pill:  A Reaction

January 23, 2018

Amanda Magen “Stop pretending that you are oppressed and men are your oppressors.  It’s a lie, and it’s a hurtful lie. Stop.” I don’t know what I was expecting, but it certainly wasn’t for...

The Death of the High School Band

The Death of the High School Band

Morgan Wisehart and Abigail Lenhard December 22, 2017

First, let’s make this clear, we here are not talking about the marching band, if only we could be so fortunate as to see their demise, but no, we’re talking about the classic band. The four to five...



December 20, 2017

Lena Armstrong She wished for the Seattle rain and cool mist To fade from her memory. She fidgeted with the elongated penny, Distorted by the weight of the Machine. She glanced down at the coffee table....

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