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A Conversation with Dr. Glenny

Neal Chan June 5, 2018

One Tuesday after school in May, I entered Dr. Glenny’s choir room. He was just finishing up demonstrating a music theory concept to a student, singing the notes while playing the piano. Afterwards,...

Embattled State Senator Daylin Leach Gave a Presentation on Government to Radnor High School Students Last Thursday

Embattled State Senator Daylin Leach Gave a Presentation on Government to Radnor High School Students Last Thursday

Ben Chanenson and Sebastian Bryant June 5, 2018

On February 24th, Daylin Leach ended his campaign for Congress amid allegations of sexual misconduct. Last Thursday, May 31st, he was at Radnor High School to talk about government with Radnor students....

Achievements in Band

Nazim Duran April 30, 2018

In April, Radnor High School earned several awards in the fields of music and dance.   The Radnor High School concert band competed at the Festivals of Music in Boston on April 7th.  The band goes to...

An Interview With Township Commissioner Richard Booker

Estelle Atkinson and Morgan Wisehart April 23, 2018

Friday marked the nineteenth anniversary of the Columbine shooting, which left twelve young students and one of their teachers dead. The continuation of school shootings into the twenty first century...

Invasion of the Ping Pong Balls: Are You Next?

Invasion of the Ping Pong Balls: Are You Next?

Emilija Sagaityte, Former Editor-in-Chief April 19, 2018

To Radnor seniors, spring is the time for traditions: prom, teary-eyed graduation, adrenalized senior assassin, and the senior prank, which in past years has ranged from simulating a bull run through the...

March 14th: A Firsthand Account

March 14th: A Firsthand Account

Audrey Margolies April 6, 2018

The teacher is in the middle of explaining our assignment when 9:54 turns to 9:55 on the clock positioned on the wall above his head. “I think we are supposed to leave,” one student interrupts quietly,...

Fortnite Fever

Ben Chanenson March 20, 2018

BRYN MAWR—The flu season may have passed, but Radnor is in the grips of an epidemic of its own: Fortnite Fever. Although numerous games have captured the attention of Radnor students in the past, no...

The Sleep Chronicles Part II: Benefits of Sleeping In

John Sutherby and Lauren Yang March 12, 2018

Most of the people who have done research on the topic of school start times have concluded that starting school later is better. However, there are still many preconceived notions spread among those less...

All Shook Up

All Shook Up

Nazim Duran March 9, 2018

If you’ve walked down the halls of Radnor High School or perused the school website, chances are you’ve seen mention of the spring musical, All Shook Up. And chances are, you’ve never heard of it...

RHS Crisis Protocols: Are You Safe?

Ryane Oswald February 28, 2018

Facts of the Mass Shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School: On Wednesday, February 14, 2018, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in affluent Parkland, Florida, fell victim to the latest school...

Radnorite Word of the Year: Triggered

February 20, 2018

Radnorite Editorial Board Are you “triggered” by the Radnorite’s word of the year? As the year of 2017 has come to a close and 2018 has begun, the Radnorite Editorial Board has noticed an increase,...

The Sleep Chronicles Part I: The Importance of Sleep

The Sleep Chronicles Part I: The Importance of Sleep

John Sutherby and Lauren Yang January 24, 2018

Sleep is a fascinating and crucial part of our daily lives. In fact, it is so important that going without it will literally drive us insane and eventually kill us. While sleep deprivation does not directly...

Remembering Gemma

Remembering Gemma

Dakota Duffy January 9, 2018

Gemma Grace Duffy was born on December 29th, 1992. You might have also known her as Gemmy, Gem-gem, Gi-gi, G, Cemma, or Gemmaluchi. She grew up right here in Wayne. She was a graduate of Wayne Elementary...

Radnor Spaces: Highland Avenue

Radnor Spaces: Highland Avenue

Lena Armstrong and Emilija Sagaityte December 22, 2017

Having grown up in Radnor, or at least spent several years in the district, many of us believe that we could make our way through its streets blindfolded; however, chances are that the majority of students...

RHS Library’s Sign-In System: Why Do We Need It?

Emilija Sagaityte, Former Editor-in-Chief November 28, 2017

Earlier this year, students walked into the library one morning only to be confronted by four bulky computers, two on each side of the entrance, and by library personnel asking them to type in their student...

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