This past week former principal Mark Schellenger made a quick visit to Radnor from his home in Florida. He agreed to do a quick interview with me about his experience with the severe Hurricane Irma that wrought devastation over Florida last month.
Craig knew his target, Julia Getty, was going to be at her college orientation, so he drove three hours up to Penn State and scoured the campus until he found her. That snipe was his ticket to the finals.
When I came to the realization that I probably was not going to prom with a date, I felt a flurry of emotions. Was something wrong with me? Was I unattractive? Socially inept? Why wouldn’t anyone ask me?
My sister and I knew the basics on Harrison – hobbies, friends, his free periods – but there were so many unanswered questions left that were essential to sniping him: Did he have a job?What time did he get home from lacrosse? Did he keep his car in a garage?
Radnorite’s Chris Glanzmann sat down with the Dean of Admissions at Villanova University to help demystify the college selection process and to find out what colleges want. He learned that “if you are planning to go into a specific field, such as chemistry or computer science, you should take as many classes as you can [in those areas] while in high school.”
While our orange bulbs may now be off and won’t shine again for a whole year, we should all still strive to make very day a day of kindness and compassion and let the orange lights within us gleam.
John Hydrisko and Victoria Vale
Over the course of a week, administrators unveiled their plan to use drug-sniffing dogs in the fight against teenage drug use. The controlled announcement first reached teachers, the school board, student leaders, parents, and then the student body at large. In our first installation of a series, Radnorite will try to straighten out some questions for anyone who needs to catch up.