Ali Bauer interviews Nicole Obenski, Radnor faculty member and activist for Colon Cancer awareness. Mrs. Obenski sheds light on her battle with colon cancer and how it has changed her life on a day-to-day basis.
Noah Conen and the Boys take on The Goat’s Beard in Grubbin’ With the Boys: Wrestling Edition. From Nuggets to Steak Tacos to Fried Brownies, the Boys try it all while sharing their brutally honest opinions along the way.
Ali Bauer continues to follow the progress of Radnor’s new “Ready for 100%” initiative. The Radnor Board of Commissioners recently voted to pass the initiative, meaning that Radnor has now committed to the goal of achieving 100% renewable energy by 2035. Bauer details each Commissioners’ specific stance on the issue.
Ali Bauer explains Radnor’s new clean energy initiative that the Board of Commissioners will be voting on today. Additionally, Bauer relays her interview with Sara Pilling, who plays a major role in the Ready for 100 pledge.
In another episode of Grubbin’ with the Boys, Noah Conen and his friends take on the cheeseburger. They review some favorite burger places: Smashburger, Five Guys, Elevation Burger, Shake Shack, Freddie’s, and HaveABurger.
Ali Bauer and Nick Speranza explain the origin, evolution, and prevalence of this word in our school and society.
As our football field frosts over at the conclusion of Radnor’s football season, Anne Griffin examines one of bands’ favorite cheers: The Tomahawk Chop Cheer (“Chop! Chop! Chop!). The piece scrutinizes the cheer’s history, Radnor’s appropriation, as well its impact on students and the Radnor community. Accompanied by student and faculty quotes, the article also sheds light on the opinions held many Native American tribes.
Ben Chanenson laments the administration’s handling of yesterday’s early dismissal.
For Veterans Day, Sylvain Falquet calls attention to the Radnor alum who served in World War I. He talks in particular about the stories of two veterans Wack and Cornacchio: “Stories like these bring the lives of our veterans from 100 years ago a little closer to our own.”
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 large pep rally, and, of course, the football game. Lena Armstrong describes LM Week, while Ava Blumer provides the photos.