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...

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...

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...

WES Fifth Grader Beatrice MacKenzie at the second clinic

Radnor’s Elementary School Vaccine Clinic

Edy MacKenzie, Associate Editor January 7, 2022

On Thursday, December 16, Radnor Township held the second stage of their vaccine clinic for elementary students at Radnor Elementary School. Following the vaccination approval for children from 5-11 years...

The RHS health room and textbook

Radnor’s sex-ed curriculum is woefully insufficient, Radnor students report

Ellie Davis, Editor-in-Chief December 22, 2021

The latest Radnor culture war, mirroring similar conflicts across the county, targets books in the RHS library that include sexual interactions. Nation-wide and local controversy swarms around Jonathan...

Advocate for Animals

Advocate for Animals

Chloe Fong and Ema Navas December 15, 2021

Have you ever wondered what your cat or dog would say to you if they could speak? How about  the chickens and cows at a farm? Wouldn’t it be amazing to know their innermost thoughts and emotions? Since...

Examples of Instagram posts focused on social justice in 2020. Since the killing of George Floyd, many people have taken to the streets and social media feeds to raise awareness about issues going on in the world. Photo originally on “Political Correctness: The Worried Youths’ Guide on What Not to Say” by Sarah Tachau

Social Media Activism: Making change in a digital age

Ian Sun, Opinions Section Editor December 1, 2021

We are all aware that social media changed the way we live our lives. The obvious benefits of social media include long-distance communication, expanding one’s reach beyond a local community, and an...

Radnors Worker Shortage

Radnor’s Worker Shortage

Edy MacKenzie, Associate Editor November 19, 2021

At this stage in the pandemic, post-quarantine and post-vaccination, returning to normal appears like the next plausible step on the perilous staircase of the past two years. Radnor has begun full in-person...

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In Focus: The Cheating Files

Sammy Rosin October 21, 2021

With an increase in online testing during last year’s hybrid format, cases of cheating skyrocketed at Radnor High School. While teachers and administrators made an effort to stop the cheating, it was...

Let’s Go Fly a Kite: In Pictures

Let’s Go Fly a Kite: In Pictures

Finn Ryan October 12, 2021

An exploration of brotherhood, societal division and redemption, Khaled Hosseini’s The Kite Runner was no stranger to somber and despairing subjects.  The novel captured and then shattered the hearts...

Radnor High School’s new weekly bell schedule for the 2021-22 school year. This schedule returns to three 8 period days and two 4 block days a week, which differs from last year’s four 4 block days and one 8 period day a week.

Students and staff adapt to pre-COVID bell schedule, following tumultuous 2020-21 school year

Ian Sun September 21, 2021

RADNOR, September 21 - Radnor High School announced a change to the weekly bell schedule for the 2021-22 school year: instead of continuing last year’s schedule of four 4-block days and one 8-period...

Radnor High School Class of 2021 Graduation, photograph taken by Sammy Rosin.

Farewell, Class of 2021: The Radnorite Senior Edition

Anne Griffin, Editor in Chief June 21, 2021

On Wednesday, June 16 at 4:00 pm, Radnor High School’s Class of 2021 graduated. The ceremony was held outdoors at Villanova University with beautiful weather, celebrated with parents, families, and friends...

The speakers and main participants at the Equity and Inclusion walkout. The speakers are Brooklyn Williams (third from left w/megaphone), Sophia Angelini (second from right), Gianna Esbensen (behind Sophia), and Kieron Burrell (right). Photo by Sammy Rosin.

Students walk out for better equity + inclusion and change to history curriculum

Ian Sun June 17, 2021

RADNOR, June 17 (Radnorite) -On June 11 at 9:15 AM, many students walked out to the cafeteria courtyard to protest the lack of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in Radnor schools. Students called...

Remembering 2021 Senior Festivities

Remembering 2021 Senior Festivities

Anne Griffin, Editor in Chief June 16, 2021

In many ways, the Class of 2021 has had an unprecedented senior year. And yet, in other ways, the traditions and celebrations for the graduating senior class have remained the same, albeit adjusted. With...

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