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
Debby Armstrong remembers Stan Lee whose comic books and characters serve as both role models and entertainment to many generations. Sparking a graphic novel empire and multi-million dollar movie franchise, his Marvel Universe and techniques pushed the boundaries of books, cinema, and society.

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

Christopher Glanzmann December 12, 2018
In a pre-holiday review, Christopher Glanzmann goes through all of the modes of the game (Multiplayer, Zombies, Blackout, and Specialist HQ) for a more comprehensive explanation of Black Ops 4 and its positive and negative elements.
Photo by Anne Griffin

Harry Potter and The Corporate Franchise

Anne Griffin, Associate Editor November 20, 2018
Anne Griffin reviews the newest movie in the Harry Potter franchise, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. While the original films and books set the bar high, true fans such as Griffin can find a nostalgic experience through watching this film.

The Angel of Television: Fred Rogers

Anya Chan November 16, 2018
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.

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
Facing the Music

Facing the Music

Amia Korman March 6, 2018
Amia Korman The producers are the true masterminds behind the every move of the music industry and the people deciding what that Friday night sounds like.
The Red Pill:  A Reaction

The Red Pill:  A Reaction

January 23, 2018
Amanda Magen A review/op-ed on why men’s rights issues are just as important as women’s, yet aren’t taken as seriously.
The Death of the High School Band

The Death of the High School Band

Morgan Wisehart and Abigail Lenhard December 22, 2017
Morgan Wisehart and Abigail Lenhard People still listen to music, people still play instruments, and people still love musicians, so how did something so essential to high school life become something seemingly archaic?


December 20, 2017
Poem of the Month by Facets -Lena Armstrong
Star Wars: The Last Jedi Spoiler Free Review

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Spoiler Free Review

December 19, 2017
Alex Bay and Owen Goodchild Although this article was written with the intention of excluding any spoilers, please read with caution if you have yet to see this film and are sensitive to any information about its plot.
Doug Moore: Death Metal Personality and Radnor High Alumnus

Doug Moore: Death Metal Personality and Radnor High Alumnus

Estelle Atkinson, Editor-in-Chief December 15, 2017
Estelle Atkinson Based in Brooklyn, Pyrrhon is one of today’s more prominent technical death metal bands, fronted by vocalist and lyricist Doug Moore, who graduated from Radnor in 2006.

The Laughing Man

Lena Armstrong December 14, 2017
Lena Armstrong Sinking into my grandfather’s lap, I would listen to hours of “Jelly Stone National Park” and the “Laughing Man,” begging for just one more story. My grandfather wove elaborate tales of a great, big man with a large, permanent smile and amiable personality, the Laughing Man, which I eventually learned were not entirely his own creation but based on one in the collection of Nine Stories by J.D. Salinger.
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