5 Fun Ways to Spend Your Time while Social Distancing

5 Fun Ways to Spend Your Time while Social Distancing

Sammy Rosin March 17, 2020

When we left RHS on Thursday afternoon, I don’t think many of us were expecting  that we wouldn’t be back at school until at least March 30. Over the next few weeks, even with online assignments,...

2020 Keystone Press Awards: Radnorite Excellence

2020 Keystone Press Awards: Radnorite Excellence

Anne Griffin, Associate Editor March 12, 2020

Radnorite won big at the 2020 Keystone Press Awards. Radnorite contributors won awards in major categories for feature story, sports story, feature photograph, and website design. The Keystone Press awards...

Grubbin with the Boys: Minellas

Grubbin with the Boys: Minella’s

Noah Conen March 10, 2020

I have a routine every night that has become second nature to me. I finish my homework, take a shower, put on some jammies, and last but not least, I watch the evening news update on my Alexa Echo Dot....

Radnor High School Presents: Les Misérables Vive la Révolution

Radnor High School Presents: Les Misérables “Vive la Révolution”

Anjali Engstrom March 4, 2020

Les Misérables first took to Broadway’s stage in 1986, giving the theater world one of its most iconic shows to date. The plot, while very confusing, boils down to these main points: Escaped prisoner...

International Conflict Hitting Close to Home: A Radnor Perspective on US-Iran Relations

International Conflict Hitting Close to Home: A Radnor Perspective on US-Iran Relations

Ellie Davis, Opinions Section Assistant Editor March 2, 2020
While keeping up with international politics on the news from the Philadelphia suburbs, the magnitude of the events playing out oceans away can seem hard to grasp. But Radnor is not as far removed as one might think. Community members, such as Iranian-born Foreign Language Teacher, Madame Daryoush, are personally involved and affected by international conflicts.
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A Critical Upgrade: RHS Athletic Facilities

Sammy Rosin January 6, 2020

In addition to the 1,200 students who use the Radnor High School athletic facilities throughout the year, the entire Radnor community benefits from using them. Many students’ lives revolve around the...

Radnorite’s Word of the Year 2019: ‘Vibe’

Radnorite’s Word of the Year 2019: ‘Vibe’

Nick Speranza, Arts Section Editor January 2, 2020
Looking back at 2019, the Radnorite has chosen “vibe” as its Word of the Year for 2019. In his new article, Nick Speranza provides a brief history of the word and its many uses, as well as an explanation of the newspaper’s decision.
Just A Few Life Lessons Taught by Ducks

Just A Few Life Lessons Taught by Ducks

Nathan Kellerman December 5, 2019
Boston's popular Make Way For Ducklings statue consists of a mother duck walking throughout the Boston Garden, with her children following close behind. Nathan Kellerman details the true meaning of the statue and the impact it has had on both himself and all those who might see it.
Photo from Nicole Obenskis Facebook Account, captioned, What an amazing welcome back to work! Im so thankful and happy ... my face says it all

We Miss You Already, Mrs. Obenski

Ali Bauer, Currents Section Editor November 19, 2019
Ali Bauer remembers Nicole Obenski, whose impact on the Radnor Community will always be cherished: "Mrs. Obenski provided Radnor with so much support, and she did not deserve to go so soon. I am incredibly grateful to have gotten to know her, and I know I am not alone in feeling this."
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Grubbin’ with the Boys: Hoagie Edition

Noah Conen November 11, 2019

As I sat at my desk this summer jamming to Dreamville, I was thinking about many things. From pondering about how I looked like a walnut for the first 14 years of my life, to how in the hell a 135 pound...

Photo by Chloe Sakowski

LM Week 2019: The 123rd Meeting

Estelle Atkinson, Editor-In-Chief October 18, 2019
Estelle Atkinson recaps our 123rd LM Week, Rally, and Game, accompanied by photos taken by Chloe Sakowski, Julianna Digiovanni, Brendan Hung, Kathryn Tague, Elizabeth Chupein, Audrey Margolies, and Estelle Atkinson.
Mary, Henry, and Rebecca Winsor

The Wild, Wilful, and Wonderful Winsors

Ellie Davis October 3, 2019
The newly renovated Radnor Memorial Library, located in the heart of Wayne, is a cultural center for our community. The Winsor, tucked away in the basement of the library, hosts a number of community events. However, the room has a rich history that few are aware of. The Winsor room is named after two of the most ambitious, generous, and sometimes mischievous women ever to live on the main line.
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Radnor’s Complete List of Clubs and Activities 2019

Radnor Editorial Staff September 27, 2019

The Radnor High School Activities Fair was hosted on September 26, 2019. Below are a list of all of Radnor High School Clubs.  Additional information can be found on Radnor High School’s page on...

A Letter from the Editor: What I Learned About High School & the College Process

Lena Armstrong June 13, 2019

I remember walking into the Radnor High School building for the first time and being utterly confused. I remember my first LM pep rally, where I had absolutely no idea what was going on, but still loved...

RHS Seniors’ Plans for Next Year

RHS Seniors’ Plans for Next Year

June 10, 2019

On Wednesday June 12th, the Radnor High School seniors will graduate. In an effort to celebrate their accomplishments, the Radnorite has compiled a list of the seniors’ plans for next year, using an...

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