In another installment of Letters from Texas, our out-of-state correspondent, Jacob Hendon, contrasts the current youth perception of current events with his grandparent’s teenage years, “My grandparents weren’t constantly blasted with information. They did not sleep a foot away from a phone that relayed some of the most terrifying news to them.”
Ben Chanenson and Nick Camposano
This article is part of the Radnorite’s series on the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, and the movement it has inspired.
A review/op-ed on why men’s rights issues are just as important as women’s, yet aren’t taken as seriously.
I walked into a store one October day, feeling the fall spirit as I sipped my pumpkin spice latte, and in the “seasonal” aisle that day were, you guessed it, fat Santas, reindeer, evergreen trees, and colorful lights.
Most devout Christians will probably tell you that Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. For much of the population, however, Christmas is not a particularly religious affair.
When it comes down to it, all anyone should know about Texas are these three things: religion, football, and pride.
Nick Camposano and Ben Chanenson
On November 7th, Pennsylvanians will head to the polls for a municipal election. In addition to a vote for state legislators, this election will include a vote on a proposed amendment to our state constitution.
While dissent enables the country opportunities to facilitate change, it is unity that establishes an atmosphere of shared ideals and common goals under one American identity.
Belief in unity must be at the core of the American attitude, but with it must also come the acceptance of dissent as an impetus for improvement.
On Saturday, April 22nd, I marched in the Philadelphia science march. The march was for anyone who cares about science, for anyone who cares about our country’s future, for anyone who cares about empirical truth.