Review of the 63rd Grammy Awards

Reese Hillman and Payton Breck April 22, 2021

The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards, aka the Scammys, were hosted by Trevor Noah on March 14th. The show featured iconic performances from the lovely goddess Taylor Swift and fashion icon Harry Styles, as well...

Grubbin with the Boys: GFUEL edition

Grubbin with the Boys: GFUEL edition

Noah Conen, Director of Food Publications March 17, 2021

Generally, when 100,000 Americans die in one month, that is a pretty crappy month. When your government is overrun by a mob of citizens at that same time, the month in question slips down slightly further...


WandaVision: Welcome to Westview

Eleanor Adams and Edy MacKenzie March 5, 2021

Surviving the first semester proved difficult, and we all need an escape before Spring Break. Can’t take the pressure anymore? Make a detour on your way to the shore and stop by glorious Westview, New...


The Concierge: The Sequel

Sofie Jubelirer March 1, 2021

Continued previously from The Concierge… Part One: I woke up to the sound of beeping, eerie beeping. My vision was a bit blurry, and all I could see was the color white—white walls, white bed,...

Grubbin with the Boys: Ben and Jerry’s Edition

Grubbin’ with the Boys: Ben and Jerry’s Edition

Noah Conen, Director of Food Publications January 12, 2021

2020 is easily the worst year of all time. Do not let historians tell you otherwise — 2020 seriously comes short compared to any other year ever. No question, done, end of story. To give you a reminder...


The 40th Season of Survivor

Debby Armstrong January 7, 2021

During the global pandemic and subsequent quarantining, many are left with unforeseen downtime and a desire for entertainment. While one could bake, do arts & crafts, complete household chores, or...


Trendy Throwbacks: Looking Back on America’s Greatest Trends

William Meyer and Sofie Jubelirer December 23, 2020

Every year, certain popular trends always blow up and  create a large and connected community. From rubix cubes to TikTok, millions of people become obsessed with these trends to the point that some people...

The Twitch DMCA Controversy: Copyright in a Digital World

The Twitch DMCA Controversy: Copyright in a Digital World

Kyle Wang December 22, 2020

Twitch is a streaming platform on which any creator can freely stream video-game content for viewers of all different interests. While its main niche is video games, Twitch “streamers” can broadcast...

Harry Styles: Dismantling Toxic Masculinity One Dress at a Time

Harry Styles: Dismantling Toxic Masculinity One Dress at a Time

Anna Conen, Zoe Margolies December 22, 2020

If you are not a crazy Harry Styles fan, then you may not have heard the big news: the “Adore You” singer is going to be on the cover of Vogue. Although we have seen male celebrities on the cover before,...


The Concierge

Sofie Jubelirer December 14, 2020

Chapter One: I woke up to the sound of my alarm clock beeping on my bed table. It was 5:30 AM, the sun was not up yet, but the fog had already crept around the hills of New Hampshire. The rest of my...

2020 Billboard Music Awards Recap

2020 Billboard Music Awards Recap

Anna Conen and Zoe Margolies October 19, 2020

For those of you who don’t know, the 2020 Billboard Music Awards happened this past Wednesday. While it may be fun to watch these award ceremonies, sometimes it is not worth it considering the large...

Quick Bites: Top 10 Food TV Shows

Quick Bites: Top 10 Food TV Shows

Noah Conen May 15, 2020

Hey, all you cool cats and kittens, Caro- I mean Noah here. As you might know, due to Coronavirus, us Radnorians are left with quite an abundance of free time. Personally, my theory about the origin of...

Radnor High School Presents: Les Misérables Vive la Révolution

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 Workshops You Cant Take It with You is A Spicy Must-See

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...

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