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Young Potential Voters Protesting to Lower the Voting Age

A Case for Lowering Radnor’s Voting Age

Ellie Davis, Associate Editor September 23, 2020

During the spring of 2019, some of the most civically engaged adults of Radnor, optimistic and eager to help, chose to run for the Radnor School Board. One of these aspiring local politicians, Bradley...

America Aflame

America Aflame

Christina Suh June 11, 2020
Christina Suh
Denying Justice

Denying Justice

Anya Chan May 29, 2020

“If you try a man and you go 6 times for the same crime, well something is wrong about the constitution, or something is wrong about the law, or something is wrong about the prosecution… or something...

In Trump’s Upside Down World Insider Trading Seems to be Okay

In Trump’s Upside Down World Insider Trading Seems to be Okay

Ryan Movsowitz May 21, 2020

WASHINGTON —Amid speculation that states will be re-opening, Senator Kelly Loeffler of Georgia might be better off staying inside the comfort of her gated compound rather than having to take questions...

Returning to Roots Over Quarantine: An Ode to Sterling Knight

Returning to Roots Over Quarantine: An Ode to Sterling Knight

Lu MacKenzie and Edy MacKenzie May 15, 2020
Lu and Edy Mackenzie reflect on their quarantine experience, in which they turned to the comfort of Disney +, and more specifically, Sterling Knight, for a source of unity and comfort.
Reflecting on The Hidden Positives of COVID-19

Reflecting on The Hidden Positives of COVID-19

Kyle Wang April 26, 2020
During this seemingly apocalyptic time period when everyone is (or hopefully should be) self-isolating at home, it can certainly be hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Kyle Wang highlights some of the ways we can stay positive.
Stuck in Quarantine? A Cold Productivity Shot May be All You Need

Stuck in Quarantine? A Cold Productivity Shot May be All You Need

Nathan Kellerman April 16, 2020
When contemplating the things he does on a daily basis in quarantine, Nathan Kellerman realized what he did consistently was simple: take a shower. Nathan decided to take a literal cold shower every day for a week and examine its effect on his productivity.
Kansas City Chiefs fans celebrate with the tomahawk chop during the fourth quarter of an NFL football game against the St. Louis Rams in St. Louis (December 19, 2010)

Uncompassionate Views of History: The Ongoing Debate Surrounding Radnor’s Mascot

Sarah Tachau February 5, 2020
Sarah Tachau speaks out against Radnor's Controversial mascot, detailing her experiences encountering students from opposing schools at football games who perceived Radnor's use of the Raider as racist and analyzing the social and cultural undertones of the Radnor Raider.
That Our Flag Was Still There: Why our Principal Ordered off our National Anthem and What it Means

That Our Flag Was Still There: Why our Principal Ordered off our National Anthem and What it Means

Chapin Lenthall-Cleary February 3, 2020
Recently, Mrs. Kevgas ordered our National Anthem off the loudspeaker in an attempt to bar political songs from the morning music. Chapin Lenthall-Cleary explains why and discusses what it reveals about our national character.
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...

Let’s Talk About Sex…Ed

Let’s Talk About Sex…Ed

On May 15th, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed into law a bill that bans nearly all abortions in the state, without exceptions for rape or incest. Unsurprisingly, everyone who voted for this bill was a...

My Experience Watching Competitive Video Games In Real Life

Nick Speranza May 9, 2019

On February 14th, 2019, the first game of the 2019 season of the Overwatch League began. After being in its offseason for the latter half of 2018, the ‘OWL’ triumphantly returned to its throne as a...

Jussie Smollett’s Latest and Most Famous Role: Victim of a Fake Hate Crime

Jenna Spray February 27, 2019

After weeks of absolute chaos, actor Jussie Smollett has been arrested by the Chicago Police and charged for disorderly conduct in the wake of new evidence that has convinced both the public and law enforcement...

Lemons to Lemonade

Lemons to Lemonade

Maya Rigler January 16, 2019

As we head into a new year and the challenges and joys that that brings, we need to focus on what’s important. When I was diagnosed with childhood cancer for the second time, I began to contemplate...

A Pivotal Moment In History: The Kavanaugh Hearing

A Pivotal Moment In History: The Kavanaugh Hearing

Lena Armstrong and Estelle Atkinson October 5, 2018

Americans have been forced to contemplate the reality of our divided nation.  Parents asked, “What am I supposed to tell my daughters when they ask why this is happening?” On Thursday, September...

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