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The Rise of “Sustainable” Fashion

Payton Breck December 8, 2020

Take a gander into your closet. What are you met with? Certainly pants, shirts, coats, maybe shoes. These are the obvious staples of your wardrobe. The stars. Your pieces. But have you ever taken a moment,...

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What You Need to Know About Mohsen Fakrizadeh’s Assassination

David Marshall December 4, 2020

This article was updated on December 8th, 2020, to include further sourcing.  On November 27th, in Absard Iran, according to a senior US administration official, an Israeli hit team assassinated Iranian...

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania after PA presidential election results were confirmed on Saturday, November 7th.

The Keystone State

Edy MacKenzie, Opinions Section Editor November 11, 2020

In 1787, Pennsylvania was given the nickname “The Keystone State,” due to the crucial role it played in the formation of America and its centrality, figuratively and geographically, to the thirteen...

Tik Tok Diet Culture: Triggering or Comforting?

Tik Tok Diet Culture: Triggering or Comforting?

Hanna Lyons October 23, 2020

Amidst the vast ocean of videos posted on Tik Tok, creators have recently been posting videos explaining what they eat in a day. These videos originated when quarantine started, because many people began...

Political Activism on Tik Tok Sways Gen-Z Voters

Political Activism on Tik Tok Sways Gen-Z Voters

Payton Breck October 15, 2020

With the approaching presidential election, a new wave of voters has the opportunity to impact the outcome of the election. This year, around four million teenagers will turn eighteen before the election,...

Movie Releases Gone Digital

Movie Releases Gone Digital

Eleanor Adams, Arts Associate Editor October 14, 2020

Last month, Disney’s Mulan was released for viewing on Disney +, as long as you were willing to pay the additional $29.99 on top of the subscription you already have. It made $33 million over its opening...

Why Comparing the Coronavirus to the Flu is Misleading

Why Comparing the Coronavirus to the Flu is Misleading

William Meyer October 13, 2020

We seem to hear that Covid-19 is just like the flu, whether it be on news stations or even from our family and friends. While this accusation might seem true considering the similar symptoms, there is...

National Coming Out Day: A Celebration of Community

National Coming Out Day: A Celebration of Community

This Sunday, October 11, marks the observance of National Coming Out Day, when LGBTQ people across the country pause to remember the somber history of the community and celebrate the significance of personal...

What the Temp????

What the Temp????

Anika Jaswal October 9, 2020

What if I told you that COVID-19-induced deaths, natural disasters, brain-eating amoebas, riots, protests, political ugliness, social divisiveness, deadly ticks, and killer-mosquitoes - may all be linked...

Everything You Need to Know About Voting This November

Everything You Need to Know About Voting This November

Ellie Davis, Associate Editor October 6, 2020

You can find all the information in this article and register to vote at VOTESPA.COM. Seniors! If you will be 18 by November 3rd, it’s your responsibility to vote, regardless of your party affiliation. Here...

Radnor Girls Soccer Practice - Photo Taken By Edy MacKenzie

Return of Radnor Sports

Edy MacKenzie, Opinions Section Editor October 2, 2020

After the cancellation of the Spring seasons and the continual delay of Fall athletics, saying that COVID-19 has severely impacted the world of sports is an understatement. Although activities vary, contact...

Reviewing the TikTok Ban and its Implications

Reviewing the TikTok Ban and its Implications

Kyle Wang September 29, 2020

TikTok was removed from the app stores by the American government on September 20, 2020, by President Donald Trump. A Chinese company named ByteDance is the current owner of TikTok, but the app must be...

Young Voters Should Not be Underestimated

Young Voters Should Not be Underestimated

Ellie Davis, Associate Editor September 22, 2020

This article was originally published in The Morning Call Today, September 22nd is National Voter Registration Day. Across the country, and here in Pennsylvania, young voter participation has surged in...

Ruth Bader Ginsberg: Her Life, Legacy, and Seat

Ruth Bader Ginsberg: Her Life, Legacy, and Seat

Anne Griffin, Editor-in-Chief September 21, 2020

On Friday night, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg died. In many ways, it seemed impossible. I mean this not because of her famous planks and workouts, but because in her lifetime, she grew to be larger than...

The above post was widely circulated on Instagram following George Floyds death. (Shirien Damra)

White Privilege in a Digitalized World

Leontine Dixon, Staff Writer July 5, 2020

If I had asked you a month ago, how much of your  time on social media was spent posting fun pictures, scrolling through memes, or sharing funny videos with friends, would you have ever suspected how...

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