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Dear Rents and Constituents

January 30, 2016

Erin Brown Dear Rents and Constituents, I would like to inform you of a new word to add to your GPA, or “Good Parenting Arsenal.” It’s a word that all high school kids love to hear; in fact, we use it every day: College. Since we’re talking about college, we should first mention the College Board. Basically, the College Board is ou...

Valentine’s Day for One: A Guide to Loving Yourself

Valentine’s Day for One: A Guide to Loving Yourself

January 29, 2016

Manny Unger (A special no thanks to former writing partner, Dan Carlston)         It’s that time of year again. People are sick of their pumpkin-flavored everything, those who once shared New Year’s kisses now share nothing more than prolonged eye contact in the hall, and MLK Day has come an...

14 Tips for Acing Your Midterms, as Told by a Non-Procrastinating, Totally Responsible High School Senior

14 Tips for Acing Your Midterms, as Told by a Non-Procrastinating, Totally Responsible High School Senior

January 28, 2016

Dan Carlston         Do you see freshmen tearing out their hair as they walk by in the halls? Are your friends collapsing from fatigue and nausea? Have you been experiencing neck stiffness after sitting at a desk all day long? If you answered ‘yes’ to any or all of these questions, call the...

The New Girl* on the Block

The New Girl* on the Block

January 26, 2016

Noah Offenkrantz It was mid-June when 17-year-old Cornellia Brown moved to Radnor, Pennsylvania. *(For the purpose of this article, since the author is a male, the new student will be portrayed as a female; please feel free to swap out/ modify the gender as applicable.)* Cornellia immediately had th...

Local Snowblower-Owning Man’s Popularity Skyrockets Among Neighbors After Snow Storm56

January 26, 2016

Will Northington “Oh, he’s a sweet boy,” said Darlene Whitaker, 83, regarding Mitchell DeMois, a 43-year-old neighborhood hero.  DeMois spends his days co-managing the local flagship Olive Garden, but when winter storm Jonas hit, Mitchell hears his call to action. “She’s an Ariens Deluxe ...

College: The New Girl* on the Block

College: The New Girl* on the Block

January 26, 2016

Noah Offenkrantz It was mid-June when 17-year-old Cornellia Brown moved to Radnor, Pennsylvania. *(For the purpose of this article, since the author is a male, the new student will be portrayed as a female; please feel free to swap out/ modify the gender as applicable.)* Cornellia immediately had the ...

The Charge of the Perfect Grade

The Charge of the Perfect Grade

October 28, 2015

John Hydrisko For many students, the first few weeks of school are easy. Most classes are little more than an attendance grade. Even those that give you a mark or two require a pulse, if that. Many students have perfect scores, but then comes the first real test, and it all comes back rather quic...

Graph: Reasons Why People Want the Old Radnorite Back

Graph: Reasons Why People Want the Old Radnorite Back

October 20, 2015

Dan Carlston After news broke out that the Radnorite would be switching from its traditional paper format to a themed, online news site, reactions among the people of Radnor High School were extremely varied. The responses to the survey I may or may not have conducted are detailed in the pie chart abov...

Local Company's "Days Without an Injury" Counter Reset to Zero

October 20, 2015

Will Northington Worker’s spirits at a local warehouse plummeted Thursday, September 31st, when their “Days Without an Injury” counter was pushed back to zero. Employees move shipments for a local office supplies store, and for 61 days straight did so flawlessly. Unfortunately for Larry Simmon...

The Unsung Heroes of Labor

The Unsung Heroes of Labor

October 20, 2015

Dan Carlston If you found yourself perusing through the other articles released in the Radnorite this month, you might find that many of the pieces written by our contributors are connected by one common theme: none of them are about oatmeal. What's up with that, am I right? Also, they're all about labor!...

Local High School Student Drops Out to Pursue Career as Barista

Local High School Student Drops Out to Pursue Career as Barista

October 20, 2015

Manny Unger Radnor, PA - On August 32, 2015 the unthinkable happened here at Radnor High School. It is not uncommon to hear rebellious students questioning the practical applications of their studies while walking through the halls of high schools around the United States. Those who ask these questions,...

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