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Student Spotlight: Ryan Brennan

Student Spotlight: Ryan Brennan

Olivia Dhavale and Spotlights March 6, 2022

Dennis Ryan Brennan IV, 11th Grade  Have you ever had a job and if so what was your experience? R: I was a camp counselor at Future Stars day camp for the last three years, O: Are you doing it...

Aydin and Lewis on Good Morning America.

What we can learn from John Lewis

David Marshall, Staff Writer March 4, 2022

On Friday, February 18th, March coauthor Andrew Aydin zoomed into the Radnor High School Library to talk with our RHS March Book club about his relationship with Congressman John Lewis, civil rights, and...

A Physics classroom following the optional masking policy.

Students respond differently to Radnor’s mask optional policy

Edy MacKenzie, Associate Editor March 3, 2022

Almost two years since Radnor’s doors originally closed, the community began seriously debating the school’s official mask mandate. This movement fully picked up in the wake of new CDC updates regarding...

Student Spotlight: Skyler Semisch

Student Spotlight: Skyler Semisch

Olivia Dhavale and Radnor Spotlights February 27, 2022

Skyler Semisch, 9th Grade: First I must ask a question of utmost importance, who is your favorite Spider-man? Skyler (S): Tom Holland Olivia (O): Tom Holland? That was the wrong answer. S:...

Cassidy Mulligan (far right).

Student Spotlight: Cassidy Mulligan

Hanna Lyons and Spotlights February 20, 2022

Cassidy Mulligan, 10th Grade Starting off with the most important question we have here, who’s your favorite Spider-Man?  Oh! My favorite Spider-Man is probably Tom Holland. I think he’s the...

Omicron and Midterms: How the latest outbreak of COVID-19 in Radnor excessively burdened students

Omicron and Midterms: How the latest outbreak of COVID-19 in Radnor excessively burdened students

Arjun Jaswal and Neal Jaswal February 16, 2022

For Radnor High School students, the weeks leading up to and including Midterms were some of the most turbulent. The chaos and pressure that midterms brought resulted in the most stressful three days of...

SpeakUp: A safe place for students

SpeakUp: A safe place for students

Eleanor Adams and Sammy Rosin February 16, 2022

After months of planning, Radnor’s SpeakUp club held their second-ever virtual event last Thursday, February 3rd. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the organization has currently switched to an online format...

Student Spotlight: Luciano Chadha

Student Spotlight: Luciano Chadha

Zoe Margolies and Spotlights February 13, 2022

Luciano Chadda, 11th Grade Who is your favorite Spider-Man?   L: Oof...I don’t know, that’s a tough one... I’m gonna have to go with... Tobey Maguire  Z: Any reason for it?   L:...

Radnor Orchestra students performing during the winter concert on December 15, 2021. Photo by Edmund Moon

Radnor restarts in-person music concerts

Ian Sun, Opinions Section Editor February 11, 2022

December 2021 was a month packed with concerts for Radnor. From the Meistersingers choir concert on December 8, to the band and orchestra concert on December 15, to the Tri-M Holiday Open Mic concert on...

To ban or not to ban: What belongs in Radnors classrooms

To ban or not to ban: What belongs in Radnor’s classrooms

Sammy Rosin February 8, 2022

Correction: This is a revised version of the article first posted on 02/08/22. Before the issue of book banning and censorship entered the spotlight in national news, a group of Radnor High School...

Credit: Caleb Eun

Student Spotlight: Caleb Eun

Anna Conen and Spotlights February 6, 2022

The Radnorite is proud to present Student Spotlight Sunday. To get to know the student body, we will post an interview with a randomly selected student every week. Our first student is senior Caleb Eun. Who’s...

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Radnorite’s Word of the Year 2021: Normal

Maryam Naser January 13, 2022

Nor·mal (nȯr-məl) adj.:  conforming to a type, standard, or regular pattern, characterized by that which is considered usual, typical, or routine; according with, constituting, or not deviating from...

Michael McNicholass outfit was the first one I saw in the hallway on Monday, and I was genuinely fangirling. The color scheme is so much fun to look at, as I love how he matched the tan colors with the vivid colors in his collared shirt. Overall, a 10/10.

Radnor’s Outfits of the Week

Zoe Margolies January 13, 2022

Inspired by the Sixers “Drip Cam”, welcome to Radnor’s outfits of the week! Because school is a place to dress up and act like you're strutting down a runway instead of just walking through the...

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Seniors’ Farewell to Sports

Olivia Dhavale and Zoe Margolies January 12, 2022

As the fall season came to a close, the weather became frigid, plants began to frost over, and many seniors bid farewell to their beloved sports. During this emotional time, Zoe and I decided to collect...

RTSDs Covid dashboard graph

Radnor reaches record high of 208 Covid cases in a single week

William Meyer and Ellie Davis January 11, 2022

With the highly contagious Covid-19 variant, Omicron, grasping the nation, concerns over public health have risen. This past Sunday, RTSD released another report on the district’s covid cases, revealing...

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