Ali Bauer continues to follow the progress of Radnor’s new “Ready for 100%” initiative. The Radnor Board of Commissioners recently voted to pass the initiative, meaning that Radnor has now committed to the goal of achieving 100% renewable energy by 2035. Bauer details each Commissioners’ specific stance on the issue.
Jenna Spray explains, “After weeks of absolute chaos, actor Jussie Smollett has been arrested by the Chicago Police and charged for disorderly conduct in the wake of new evidence that has convinced both the public and law enforcement that Smollett concocted the attack himself in order to further his career.”
In the first installment of Radcast, Josh Jones and Chris Glanzmann discuss Black Panther’s controversial nomination for the Best Picture at the 91st Oscars. They also touch upon the lack of nominations for superhero movies in general.
Ali Bauer explains Radnor’s new clean energy initiative that the Board of Commissioners will be voting on today. Additionally, Bauer relays her interview with Sara Pilling, who plays a major role in the Ready for 100 pledge.
Late last week, an archaeology dig began chipping away at sheets of dust and sediment that have begun accumulating in neglected areas of the Radnor High School library.
On January 11th, 2019, hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans crowded onto the streets and protested against the current Maduro Administration, provoking global attention onto this country in great crisis.
In another episode of Grubbin’ with the Boys, Noah Conen and his friends take on the cheeseburger. They review some favorite burger places: Smashburger, Five Guys, Elevation Burger, Shake Shack, Freddie’s, and HaveABurger.
Joshua Jones remembers the first time he played Dragon Ball Z with his cousin. Many years later, he catalogues his journey as he re-plays the video game that sparked his “lifelong video game craze.”
63 days into the 2018-2019 school year, a Radnor High School Senior set a new American record for most consecutive days late to homeroom in a traditional 4 year, 180 day high school program.
Maya Rigler explains her battle with cancer and how it affected her outlook on life: “When I was diagnosed with childhood cancer for the second time, I began to contemplate the way that we talk about, or rather around, illness….I didn’t feel myself ‘fighting the battle’… And yet, my mind immediately began to put a positive spin on everything that came my way.”