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Project Earth

Project Earth

Kyle Wang May 16, 2022

Today, live from Planet XÆA-510, The Intergalactic Public Radio (IPR) interviewed cyborg ZY§µ-33 about his role in Project Earth — a simulation that aims to study how a population evolves after introducing...

Jesus Christ Unfairly Used Father to Launch Career

Jesus Christ Unfairly Used Father to Launch Career

Tess Brennan, Radish Associate Editor April 28, 2022

Nepotism babies, we love them and we hate them. Some young people get mad that there are celebrities their age all because they have a parent or friend in the entertainment industry; they’re just set...

The Radish’s Dos and Don’ts: Sophomore Semi Edition

The Radish’s Dos and Don’ts: Sophomore Semi Edition

Sarah Tachau and Olivia Brubaker April 1, 2022

Sophomores, your first school dance is quickly approaching, and as the only class at Radnor High School that has never experienced a semi-formal before (lame) the Radish has taken matters into our own...

National Unplugging Day Causes Surge in Radnor Paper Use

National Unplugging Day Causes Surge in Radnor Paper Use

Amanda Glanzmann, Staff Writer March 29, 2022

On National Unplugging Day, Radnor students saw a 500% increase in paper waste, making Radnor students the greatest per capita contributors to Amazon Rainforest Deforestation in all of Pennsylvania.   March...

Global Paper Cup Shortage Sweeps Radnor High School

Global Paper Cup Shortage Sweeps Radnor High School

Olivia Dhavale and Seneca Farhy March 16, 2022

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in March of 2020, scientists and medical experts have been tirelessly investigating the varieties of ways in which the virus spreads. The Center for Disease Control...

Eating Outside: A Dying Community

Eating Outside: A Dying Community

Eleanor Adams February 1, 2022

While COVID cases skyrocket in the Radnor community, many students at Radnor High School have decided to eat outside in the below freezing temperatures to reduce their risk of exposure as much as possible....

On the eve of midterms, 567 students self-report COVID cases

On the eve of midterms, 567 students self-report COVID cases

Ellie Davis, Editor in Chief January 26, 2022

Last night, on the eve of midterms, a staggering 567 students reported that they tested positive for COVID. Of these 567 students, 565 used at-home tests to report their positivity. These students were...

The Radish Busts COVID Myths

The Radish Busts COVID Myths

Sarah Tachau, Radish Associate Editor January 20, 2022

Last year, The Radish produced a step-by-step guide on how to properly wear a mask amidst an increase in COVID-19 cases and freedom fighters who wished not to be suffocated by a disposable piece of cloth....

Revamped RHS Student Technology Survey 2.0

Revamped RHS Student Technology Survey 2.0

Sarah Tachau, Radish Associate Editor January 4, 2022

15 Reasons Why RHS Should KEEP the Modified Keystone Schedule

15 Reasons Why RHS Should KEEP the Modified Keystone Schedule

Sarah Tachau, Radish Associate Editor December 13, 2021

Radnor High School recently returned to its normal, 8-period, numerical order school day after a week of the Modified Keystone Bell Schedule. Some students referred to the mixed-up class order as a “confusing...

Unwrapping Spotify Wrapped: A Formal Radish Investigation

Unwrapping Spotify Wrapped: A Formal Radish Investigation

Sarah Tachau, Radish Associate Editor December 9, 2021

Another Thanksgiving has come and gone, and the number one concern among Americans heading into this holiday season was not the spread of COVID in Black Friday mobs, but instead what artist would take...

College Bored Ornaments

What is the College Board really doing with your AP test money?: A Formal Radish Investigation

Sarah Tachau, Radish Associate Editor December 7, 2021

In mid-October, upon registering for 2022 AP tests, students were charged a hefty $96 per exam. The College Board justified this cost by stating “education is priceless; good education, on the other...

Important questions asked by the PAYS survey

Report: 79% of RHS Students Addicted to Cocaine

Ellie Davis and Sarah Tachau November 17, 2021

Two years ago, Radish correspondent Andrew Rosin reported that the Pennsylvania Youth Survey (PAYS) on drugs and alcohol revealed that 78% of students were addicted to heroin. Today, the survey has revealed...

1927 Willys Overland Whippet 93A-- student-driver transportation for LM Week

RHS Takes 1920s LM Week Theme Too Far

Sarah Tachau, Radish Associate Editor November 5, 2021

RADNOR, PA-- The halls of Radnor High School are vibrant from the rose-tinted lights, and the mystical, faint smell of body-odor looms in the air as the seniors return from their lunch-time mosh-pit. Everything...

Recommendations for Mitigating B-Lunch Crowds

Recommendations for Mitigating B-Lunch Crowds

Olivia Dhavale, Guest Writer October 22, 2021

Over the last month of school, lunch has changed from school's sanctuary away from the fluttering of fluorescent lights, shrieks of chalk against the board, and an eerily warm seat in a frigid classroom...

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