Estelle Atkinson and Morgan Wisehart
The primary focus of this interview was addressing Mr. Booker’s email to Radnor High School Principal Dan Bechtold and Superintendent Ken Batchelor, published in an article by Main Line journalist Linda Stein in the Delco Times, in which Mr. Booker expressed his concerns over administration’s handling of the walkout at Radnor High School.
The survivors of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida have seized the gun control debate into their grasp.
Over the past few days leading up to Tuesday, April 17, 17 students, mostly seniors, were surprised, irritated, and downright confused to find ping pong balls in their mailboxes or around their doorsteps with no explanation and no context.
Our world should be powered exclusively by Uranium, Plutonium, and Thorium Fission Energy.
As the season just ended, it’s about time to give a recap of everyone’s favorite winter sport, the one which Ruckus would never miss, the sport whose verdict everyone anxiously awaits, the team whose players are the coolest kids on campus: squash.
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.
Breakings news has revealed that the Radnor High School cafeteria has recently received a generous donation from none other than the muffin man.
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 game has ever found such sustained success.
But as the years have passed, the games have become more complex, the TV deals more exuberant, and the recruiting more of a circus, the old system of college athletics may have run its course, and the FBI’s probe into corruption in College Basketball could totally deconstruct, and maybe even rebuild, college sports.
Following the school shooting, Florida took action to address the current gun laws in this country. This bill, known as The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act, imposes stricter gun control laws in the state of Florida.