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Senior Assassin 2019: The First Round

Senior Assassin 2019: The First Round

Abigail Lenhard

April 26, 2019

It’s here once more boys: it’s assassin season. Monday the 22nd marked the commencement of the 2019 senior assassin game. For those unfamiliar, senior assassin is a water-gun based game where one has a target, someone they need to hunt, and is simultaneously being hunted by another participant. For...

The Commissioner Report: April 8, 2019

The Commissioner Report: April 8, 2019

Estelle Atkinson and Morgan Wisehart

April 11, 2019

On the 2nd and 4th Monday of every month from September to May, the seven Radnor Township Commissioners meet in the Radnorshire Room of the Township Building at 6:30 PM to discuss the pertinent issues facing our community — namely parking and sewage! Atop a raised platform and against a backdrop...

On the Importance of Civil and Intelligent Political Conversation

Chapin Lenthall-Cleary

April 10, 2019

The Wednesday before last, Radnor High School Junior State of America held a debate between representatives from Young Democrats and representatives from Young Republicans on abortion. Approximately 100 students attended. Abortion is an iconically polarizing issue. We need only look to the rhetoric...

Grubbin’ with the Boys: Cheeseburger Edition

Grubbin’ with the Boys: Cheeseburger Edition

Noah Conen

April 1, 2019

In lieu of Donald Trump’s “hamberder” dinner, I think it’s only necessary to have an article written on the best burger places, so you can recreate the dinner that I’m sure Clemson was pumped for. I mean, there’s nothing I’d be more excited for after winning a college football champion...

Grubbin’ with the Boys: Wrestling Edition

Noah Conen

April 1, 2019

As I capped off my 2-5 season for the best wrestling team on this side of the Mississippi, I began to wonder two things. One, dang, maybe if I wasn’t fat, stupid, out of shape, and bad at wrestling like I had been at the beginning of the season, I might have actually been half decent. Two, I can thank...

“Ready for 100” Resolution Passes in Radnor Township

Ali Bauer

April 1, 2019

Account of Board of Commissioners Meeting On Monday, February 25th, supporters of the “Ready for 100” initiative persuaded the Radnor Township Board of Commissioners that Radnor is Ready for 100% renewable energy. The “Ready for 100” campaign has a goal of achieving 100% renewable energy by 203...

2018 Radnorite Word of the Year: Tea

2018 Radnorite Word of the Year: Tea

Ali Bauer and Nick Speranza

January 11, 2019

  While formal dictionaries have yet to adopt the most recent interpretation of the word “tea,” it has become increasingly popular among young adults.  Veritably, “tea” has developed into a synonym for “gossip,” “the scoop,” and “news,” as evidenced by Urban Dictionary. ...

Grubbin’ with the Boys: Teresa’s Next Door

Grubbin’ with the Boys: Teresa’s Next Door

Noah Conen

December 20, 2018

Teresa’s Next Door Bar 126 North Wayne Avenue, Wayne, PA 610-293-9909 http://teresas-nextdoor.com Reviewers: Noah Conen, Sammy Carter, Nate Brown Note: The scale is out of 5 Teresa’s Next Door is one of my personal favorite places to eat in Wayne. It is unique, creative, and both well run an...

Tomahawk Chop Cheer and Other Radnor Controversies

Tomahawk Chop Cheer and Other Radnor Controversies

Anne Griffin, Associate Editor

December 13, 2018

I remember sitting in elementary school, coloring pictures of Native Americans and Pilgrims holding hands, hearing stories about friendship and a spectacular meal that led to peace and harmony. It was in middle school, when I learned that the story was dangerously simplified. While Pilgrims really did come ...

An Avoidable Failure

Ben Chanenson

November 16, 2018

Yesterday, the threat of snow and freezing rain led to schools around the Main Line closing early.  Lower Merion High School dismissed students at 11:40 am. Conestoga High School followed at 11:45, while Radnor High School brought up the rear with a 1:00 pm dismissal. As such, when Radnor students l...

Veterans Day: Hearing Voices of our Past

Sylvain Falquet

November 12, 2018

Annually, November 11th is Veterans Day in the United States. On this day, we honor veterans from all wars, along with current members of the armed forces, for their service to our country. At Radnor High School, we deeply value the significance of this day. The recently built Wall of Honor is just one...

LM Week

LM Week

Lena Armstrong

November 2, 2018

Radnor and Lower Merion have had the longest running continuous public high school rivalry in the nation—122 years and counting. Every year Radnor High School has an LM Week in anticipation of the Radnor vs. Lower Merion football game filled with hallway decorating, themed outfits, a bonfire, a la...

Grubbin’ with the Boys: Take-Out Pizza

Grubbin’ with the Boys: Take-Out Pizza

Noah Conen

October 31, 2018

When you’re walking around town, you may be craving one of a few things. Maybe you are in the mood for one of the Main Line girl hangouts such as Honeygrow or Playa Bowls, or zesty Mexican at Pipeline Taco or Chipotle. While there are enough restaurant options to satisfy you for a few school years, one...

Are We More Than Just Rich Kids?

October 25, 2018

Earlier this month, an article was published in the Philadelphia Inquirer entitled “From Kavanaugh to the Main Line, rich teens are coasting by with zero brakes. ” In this article, columnist Maria Panaritis makes gross generalizations about today’s youth, specifically within the Main Line. She erroneousl...

Radnor Senior Assassin Year Two: First Blood

Radnor Senior Assassin Year Two: First Blood

Abigail Lenhard

June 15, 2018

For this year’s round of Senior Assassin, spearheaded by commissioners Jack Bell and Kate O’Sullivan, there were 150 seniors playing for the chance to win roughly $1,500. There were four rounds, the last one commencing on the 22nd of May and ending mid June. The last round had whittled itself down...

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