Lena Armstrong shares her perspectives and insights from the past four years, regarding high school and the college process. She touches on how she pushed herself, figured out her goals, and navigated academics, standardized testing, college applications, and mental health.
On Wednesday June 12th, the Radnor High School seniors will graduate. In an effort to celebrate their accomplishments, the Radnorite has compiled a list of the seniors’ plans for next year, using an opt-in system. The past four years has been a crazy road to navigate, filled with school work, friends, and activities. For us seniors, it is important to reflect on our time here at Radnor and take those memories and lessons into the next stages of our lives. Congratulations Class of 2019!
Ben Chanenson, Nick Camposano, Lena Armstrong spoke with Mrs. Reardon and Mrs. Pearsall, two teachers who have made an impact in not just their lives, but the Radnor community. They sat down with these “unquestionable Radnor legends” to find our more about their time at Radnor.
Sheila Esgro interviews St. Katharine of Siena School Principal Mr. Bud Tosti on the possibility of a new Super Wawa coming to Radnor. Esgro explains the various perspectives on this contentious issue.
Aanchalika Chauhan details the School Board vote to push back the Radnor High School Start Time to 8:30. Chauhan describes the impact of this decision on the traffic, morning sports practices, student wellness and homework policy, and gym class at RHS.
Debby Armstrong explains the origins of “blackface” and its recent relevance with politicians and the fashion industry. She also discusses Radnor’s experience with blackface through the lens of a 1980s yearbook.
In another Radnor Spaces, Garrett Spillerman describes his journey through Chanticleer and its history.
It’s here once more, boys; it’s assassin season. Abigail Lenhard recaps the first round so far, and delivers some important takeaways heading into this weekend. Have fun this weekend, stay safe, and happy hunting.
Morgan Wisehart and Estelle Atkinson report on the Radnor Township Board of Commissioners Meeting on April 8th. Check in twice a month for your brief update on township happenings!
Radnor High School Junior State of America held a debate between representatives from Young Democrats and representatives from Young Republicans on abortion. To submit a suggested topic for the next debate, attend a meeting during community period Thursdays in room 208.