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Pros and Cons of Reverse Evacuations

Pros and Cons of Reverse Evacuations

Andrew Rosin, The Radish Editor February 19, 2021

Radnor High School recently introduced Reverse Evacuations, a protocol that directs students to re-enter the building due to an external threat. The Radish looks at some of its pros and cons. Pros: ...

Trumps Itinerary After Office

Trump’s Itinerary After Office

Eleanor Adams, Arts Associate Editor February 8, 2021

Amid the impeachment trials, Mr. Trump’s travel agent leaked his travel itinerary for the weeks following President-Elect Joe Biden’s inauguration. With the leak, the unnamed travel agent passed along...

5 Reasons to Love Your Surface Go

5 Reasons to Love Your Surface Go

Mohen Li, Radish Associate Editor February 5, 2021

Ship or Sink? Featuring Janye

Ship or Sink? Featuring Janye

Tess Brennan, Radnor Beat Associate Editor February 4, 2021

The beginning of January has brought news that shocked people worldwide. No, the crude awakening about our country’s descension into chaos was not the minor inconvenience of rioters storming the Capitol...

Whining Climate Activists Only Care About Keeping Snow Days 

Whining Climate Activists Only Care About Keeping Snow Days 

Ellie Davis, Associate Editor February 3, 2021

To The Radish Editors,  That’s it, I’ve had it with these entitled kids. These snowflake, gen-z climate activists have taken their whining to a new level. I’ve come to understand the meaning...

Trump Caught Pleading on His Knees at the Isfahan Nuclear Facility 

Trump Caught Pleading on His Knees at the Isfahan Nuclear Facility 

Payton Breck February 2, 2021

Our favorite least racist person in the room is back at it again. Just last week, former president Donald Trump was caught sneaking into the perimeter of the Uranium Conversion Facility in Isfahan. However,...

Surprise on Capitol Hill

Surprise on Capitol Hill

Mohen Li, Radish Associate Editor February 2, 2021

The Trendy But Practical Guide to Wearing a Mask Correctly

The Trendy But Practical Guide to Wearing a Mask Correctly

Sarah Tachau, Opinions Associate Editor January 28, 2021

Heading into another uncertain period in the timeline of COVID-19, the safest method to prevent spreading the virus is to wear a mask. Everyone has heard of the mask’s unquestionable importance; however,...

Strike for Snow Days

Strike for Snow Days

Ellie Davis, Radnorite Associate Editor January 20, 2021

Forget starving polar bears, melting ice caps, and rising sea levels. The youth climate strike movement has evolved to protect what is truly important: our snow days. Last year, we received zero snow days....

Official portrait of President Donald J. Trump, Friday, October 6, 2017.  (Official White House photo by Shealah Craighead)

Donald Trump’s Day Off (aka Inauguration Day)

Sammy Rosin, Currents Associate Editor January 20, 2021

As always, the outgoing president of the United States, Donald Trump, has a variety of reasons for his most recent shocking decision: skipping the 2021 inauguration. Although Trump  has decided to skip...

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Pennsylvania Department of Education Reports that Keystone Exams Are “More Valuable than the SATs”

Sarah Tachau, Opinions Associate Editor January 15, 2021

In the midst of a global pandemic, the October make-up administration of Biology Keystones proved to be a productive use of the already shortened in-person instruction schedule. Unfortunately, the majority...

Im Fine Now

I’m Fine Now

Hannah Yao January 12, 2021

Artwork by Mohen Li

2021 New Year’s Resolutions 

Sammy Rosin, Currents Associate Editor January 6, 2021

Every year when January first comes around, we have the opportunity to make resolutions aimed at self-improvement. Here is my list for 2021: Wear pants that have a waist and are not pajamas Wear...

Student Loan Debt

Student Loan Debt

Mohen Li, Radish Associate Editor January 5, 2021

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