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Vote! Politics are local

William Meyer, Currents Editor October 1, 2021

Are you sick of too much homework? School board members elected this November 2nd have the power to change our homework policy. However, more people celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day than vote in municipal...

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The Long-Awaited Promise of Self Driving Vehicles

Defne Doken September 29, 2021

Chances are you’ve heard of the upcoming invention of self-driving cars. As a seemingly new and novel idea, self-driving cars fascinate the public and many wait eagerly for the rollout of this innovation....

The speakers and main participants at the Equity and Inclusion walkout. The speakers are Brooklyn Williams (third from left w/megaphone), Sophia Angelini (second from right), Gianna Esbensen (behind Sophia), and Kieron Burrell (right). Photo by Sammy Rosin.

Students walk out for better equity + inclusion and change to history curriculum

Ian Sun June 17, 2021

RADNOR, June 17 (Radnorite) -On June 11 at 9:15 AM, many students walked out to the cafeteria courtyard to protest the lack of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in Radnor schools. Students called...

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Fenimore Woods Park Renovation

Audrey Rubenstein June 14, 2021

Fenimore Woods Park has been enjoyed by many Radnor residents for the past 100 years. Around the park, laughter and happiness fill the air as kids dash through the playground and adults roam the forest...

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Pervis Payne: A Murky Fight for Justice

Max Rubenstein June 2, 2021

Pervis Payne was seen fleeing the Hiwassee Apartment complex on June 27, 1987, in Millington, Tennessee. According to officer C.E. Owen, Payne had appeared to be “sweating blood,” and after a brief...

RTSD school board members voting to adjourn the May 11th Board Meeting

Where Does the Mascot Go From Here?

Sammy Rosin May 26, 2021

The Radnor mascot has generated a lot of  discussion since the summer of 2020, leading to countless school board meetings, a walkout, and hours of public comment. Although the school board originally...

GameStop, Where is the Business Now?

GameStop, Where is the Business Now?

Lila Jackson-Molnar May 10, 2021

As GameStop stock falls, disappointing some and rewarding others, announcements of nation-wide store closures leave customers upset. “GameStop, the largest video game retailer in the world, is headed...

Why Students Walked Out on Monday (and Why They Didn’t)

Why Students Walked Out on Monday (and Why They Didn’t)

Eleanor Adams April 30, 2021

On Monday at 9:55 AM, a group of students walked out of class to protest the removal of the “Raider” name. This walkout comes after a lengthy struggle that advocated for this removal, beginning with...


Skincare for Men

Parnia Nasrullah April 16, 2021

The Vice Governor of DKI Jakarta, Sandiaga Uno, was caught applying lip moisturizer in a formal public appearance he made with the Governor, on December 13, 2017. This event went viral because the action...

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“Ready for 100” Energy Transition Plan Accepted by Radnor Township’s Board of Commissioners

Ali Bauer March 23, 2021

The “Ready for 100” initiative is a national campaign that strives to commit individual townships and districts to achieving 100% renewable energy by 2035. On Monday, February 25th, 2019, supporters...


The January 6th Capitol Riot: Inside and Out

William Meyer February 22, 2021

Wednesday, January 6th, 2021 was a dark day for American democracy. The world watched in shock as the attack on the U.S. Capitol unfolded. While Congress convened to count the electoral votes for the 2020...

The School Board members voting on the motion to table Dr. Babson’s resolution. The motion passed 6-3.

Radnor School Board Tables Motion to Condemn Capital Insurrection

Edy MacKenzie, Opinions Section Editor February 10, 2021

On Tuesday, January 12, nearly a week after the insurrection at the Capitol building, the Radnor School Board met for a government relations and communications committee meeting. During this time, committee...

Radnor Girls Basketball Tryouts - Photo by Sammy Rosin

Radnor Sports During a Global Pandemic

Audrey Rubenstein January 22, 2021

This year, indoor sports come with many complications and restrictions, but with its new ranking system, RTSD is working on a solution.   During this past summer when the sport pre-seasons were not...


Free Speech in the Politically Divided Digital World

Sarah Tachau January 21, 2021

Social Media Giants Cut Off Trump’s Platforms Following Violent Riot The first amendment states, “Congress shall make no law...abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press…” In 1791, guaranteeing...

Anthony Warner, suspected Nashville bomber - ABC News

The Motivation Behind the Nashville Christmas Day Bombing

David Marshall January 13, 2021

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the government has become more prevalent in the lives of ordinary Americans through mask mandates and lockdown measures. Thus, many individuals have lashed out at governmental...

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