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The Conflict Between Israel and Palestine

Parnia Nasrullah June 16, 2021

One of the many huge conflicts in the Middle East is the territorial dispute between Israel and Palestine. For the past seven decades, the whole world has witnessed war, uprisings, and protests. Sides...

“Raider” is Not Racist

“Raider” is Not Racist

Cackie Martin, Guest Writer June 4, 2021

There’s been a great deal of misinformation in Radnor surrounding the rebranding process and the role of the Mascot and Rebranding Committee. As a member of the committee, I was told early on not to...

Radnor students celebrating in a scene from the 2019 LM video.

Misinformation Behind the Raider Debate

Edy MacKenzie May 4, 2021

I was casually scrolling through Instagram when I noticed the video for the first time. Amidst every other story, there was my sister’s face circulating throughout the day’s array of posts. The picture...

Derek Chauvin’s mugshot taken at Hennepin County Jail. On April 20, 2021, he was found guilty of second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter. Photo obtained from Reason Magazine.

Police Accountability: What’s Next After Chauvin’s Conviction?

Ian Sun April 23, 2021

On May 25, 2020, the whole world covered their mouths in shock and despair as it watched the brutal strangulation and murder of George Floyd at the knees of a police officer. On April 20, 2021, the...


Break or Fake? The Harsh Reality

Elena Chang and William Meyer April 21, 2021

Breaks from school have been the only opportunity for students to finally relax and enjoy their time away from the bleak screens glaring for over 6 hours and school days spent wearing suffocating masks...


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...

Artwork published by The New Yorker. illustration by Maria Chimishkyan.

Preaching to the Choir or Stepping in the Right Direction

Max Rubenstein April 15, 2021

Amid times that cannot be called “unprecedented” enough, the world has been shaken by crises seemingly every other week. The repeated bashings of basic human rights and disasters has numbed us to even...

Ew, what is this?: Anti-Asian racism

“Ew, what is this?”: Anti-Asian racism

Ian Sun March 24, 2021

“Ew, what is this?” a student remarked at my food during a middle school lunch. The food was dumplings.  My heart rate accelerated like a race car, trying to process that comment. My jaws dropped,...

Moses Horowitz 

Bald or Bowl?

Yifei Tian March 12, 2021

Sadly, Covid is still keeping many of us from getting to the barber. Suppose that you are looking for a new look after lockdown ends, and you want to try something new. Maybe go back to an old classic...

The Washington Monument on The Fourth of July

American Exceptionalism: An Ideological Instrument

Finn Ryan January 28, 2021

July, a month of long summer nights and escapes to the shore, is perhaps best characterized by its fourth day. Indeed, since its first commemoration in 1777, not one year has passed without recognition...

This Year Isnt Normal. Lets Start Acting Like it.

This Year Isn’t Normal. Let’s Start Acting Like it.

Anne Griffin January 26, 2021

Last night at 6:32 pm, the school administration announced on Schoology that today, January 26, would be a synchronous eight period day, scraping the plans for a much needed asynchronous workday due to...

Democracy is Glassware

So This Is How Liberty Dies

Ian Sun January 20, 2021

“YESTERDAY, December 7, 1941 a date which will live in infamy, the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan,” Franklin Delano Roosevelt...

Mental Health in 2020: The Virus, Racism, and the Election

Mental Health in 2020: The Virus, Racism, and the Election

Ian Sun January 18, 2021

2020. COVID-19. Millions infected and hundreds of thousands dead. Businesses closing. Events canceled. Quarantines.  2020. Racism. Yet another person killed by the police. Calls for solutions and change.  2020....

Instagram Posts Focused on Social Justice

Political Correctness: The Worried Youths’ Guide on What Not to Say

Sarah Tachau November 30, 2020

“Is wearing a lei offensive?” a friend anxiously asks me as we converse about what to bring to Hawaiian spirit day. Her question was not strange to me, I had posed similar questions to myself occasionally....

Protestors Deliver Blood Money to Eli Lillys Headquarters

Blood Money: Living With Type 1 Diabetes in America

Ellie Davis, Associate Editor November 24, 2020

At ten years old I was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes (T1D), a chronic, incurable illness. Coming to terms with my T1D has been the biggest challenge of my life. I was pessimistic, frustrated, and...

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