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Climate Students: Radnor’s Sustainability Efforts

Ellie Davis April 22, 2020

2020’s Earth Day is not what the world planned for. The climate strike community hopped to carry out the biggest strike to date, bringing eleven million people to the street in protest. Today Radnor...

Thank You Health Heroes!

Thank You Health Heroes!

Ali Bauer, Currents Section Editor April 21, 2020
While the majority of Americans are currently self-quarantining amidst the COVID-19 crisis, nurses, doctors, delivery personnel, and grocery store workers are out trying to improve our current situation while risking their own lives.
101 Years After The Amritsar Massacre: A Possible Seed of Growth for the UK and their Past

101 Years After The Amritsar Massacre: A Possible Seed of Growth for the UK and their Past

Anika Jaswal April 16, 2020
As the coronavirus sears across the world, continuously slowing down the pace of life, some of us are fortunate to have the time and resources to reflect on, healthcare systems, racial and socioeconomic disparities, and history in general. Anika Jaswal commemorates a day in history when 379 innocent people were brutally shot dead in the Amritsar Massacre in India on April 13th, 1919.
How COVID-19 Affects College Decisions for High School Seniors

How COVID-19 Affects College Decisions for High School Seniors

Ali Bauer, Currents Section Editor April 11, 2020
May 1st is the annual college “Decision Day” for high school seniors. Leading up to this date, Ali Bauer discusses some of the ways the CoronaVirus outbreak is affecting seniors and their college decisions.
Voting: What Seniors Need to Know

Voting: What Seniors Need to Know

Ellie Davis April 10, 2020
Amidst the pandemic, participating in our democratic process is just as, if not more, important. But how can simple US Citizens with little power make a difference? VOTING. SENIORS THIS MEANS YOU! Here is everything you need to know about voting this election cycle.
Sometimes It Makes Sense to Spend a Trillion Dollars You Don’t Have

Sometimes It Makes Sense to Spend a Trillion Dollars You Don’t Have

Ryan Movsowitz April 2, 2020

I have been taught to save not spend - “that birthday gift would be better left in the bank”. I have been taught never to borrow - “if you can’t pay for it now, wait until you can. Debt is a bad...

The canals in Venice are running clear

The Silver Lining of COVID-19: Unexpected Positive Environmental Impacts

Edy MacKenzie April 1, 2020
At this very moment, 158 million Americans are being told to stay in their houses, not interact with anyone outside their immediate families, and halt regular daily activities. As more and more individuals are being told to self-isolate, keep to themselves, and stay away from the outside world, scientists have begun to observe noticeable environmental changes, as a direct result of our hiding.
Getting to Know One of Covid-19s Many Victims: Dow Jones

Getting to Know One of Covid-19’s Many Victims: Dow Jones

Eleanor Adams March 22, 2020
Everyday the updates flashing across screen on the news are a slew of numbers: the amount of cases, deaths, students out of school, restrictions in place etc. In the daily three o’clock update given by the government, all of those numbers go up- except one. The stock market has plunged day after day.
This is Not a Test: The Coronavirus Pandemic

This is Not a Test: The Coronavirus Pandemic

Anya Chan March 18, 2020

The Trump Administration released new guidelines on Sunday March 17th to curb the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), calling for people to avoid social gatherings of more than 10 people, steer...

Got Plant-Based Milk? Difficult Decisions in Our New Sustainable World

Got Plant-Based Milk? Difficult Decisions in Our New Sustainable World

Eleanor Adams February 6, 2020
It is important to be conscious of your impact on the world, and acting sustainably is a great way to do that. However, as the popularity of sustainability rises, so do the options out there, and everyday the consumer is faced with tough decisions. One beverage best exemplifies this difficult decision making process: Milk.
Privacy in the Digital Age

Privacy in the Digital Age

Kyle Wang January 22, 2020

Nowadays, the use of technology by people of all ages is astounding; according to the Pew Research Center, about 90% of US adults (as of June 2019) use the Internet, compared to 52% in the year 2000. This...

Instagram Changing its Fundamental Feature: Removing the Like Button

Instagram Changing its Fundamental Feature: Removing the Like Button

Ali Bauer, Currents Section Editor December 10, 2019

An overwhelming 76% of teens from ages thirteen to seventeen use Instagram. On this popular social media platform, individuals can upload pictures and videos, share experiences, and view other people's...

Why Delaware County Flipped

Why Delaware County Flipped

Edy Mackenzie and Eleanor Adams November 19, 2019
Donald Trump’s victory during the 2016 presidential election will go down as one of the most controversial in American history. The country was split in half, causing one’s party to matter more than it had ever previous to his inauguration. Never before has the difference between being a Republican or a Democrat so greatly influenced the local school board or judicial elections of small towns.
Penn Wood High School, Shot by Ellie Davis

The Disparity within Pennsylvania’s Education System

Ellie Davis October 17, 2019
Ellie Davis highlights the shocking disparity between the affluence of various school districts throughout Pennsylvania, notably Radnor Township School District and William Penn School District. In fact, Pennsylvania is the worst state when it comes to state funding nationwide. This problem is being fought in Harrisburg, but it is still far from being resolved.
Spotted Lantern Flies: A Biological Invasion

Spotted Lantern Flies: A Biological Invasion

Ellie Davis and Ali Bauer October 17, 2019
Ellie Davis and Ali Bauer reveal just how dire a threat the Spotted Lanternfly poses to Pennsylvanian ecosystems. These bugs, although they appear colorful and harmless, are invading the region and placing southeastern Pennsylvania under quarantine.
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