Friar's Lantern

Brotherhood means knowing each other

Editorial Board

April 26, 2018

Think about how many students at Malvern you don’t know. You know your core group of friends, most of the kids in your class, your teammates, but this still leaves a number of students that you know nothing about. Malve...

Developing diversity at Malvern

Editorial Board

March 17, 2018

Students should be required to participate in activities that promote and teach interaction in diverse environments. The Malvern Prep website describes the school as a “private, independent, Catholic school for boys in grades 6 through 12...

Shifting the conversation

Shifting the conversation

December 21, 2017

“Free” time can be costly

Editorial Board

September 27, 2017

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Our rebranding doesn’t stop at the name

Editorial Board

August 29, 2017

Our publication’s name change to the Friar’s Lantern reflects our goal: to serve you better. With a new school year comes new changes in our school community. Father Reilly begins his term as Head of School. The sched...

Fraternity means more than its reputation

Editorial Board

May 24, 2017

As Malvern students, our definition of fraternity is more substantial that what we have seen in the headlines lately. Let’s keep it that way. On February 2, 2017 at a Penn State University Beta Theta Pi pledge acceptance ceremony, s...

Be aware, be active, be brothers

Editorial Board

April 28, 2017

The belief that everyone’s story is valuable is a mindset of paramount importance at Malvern. It is instilled in our school community along with the ideas of brotherhood, unity, and love. But how often do we make an effort to learn...

For better or for worse, we control our reputation

Editorial Board

March 31, 2017

Others may take the actions of a small percentage of us and form a stereotypical opinion of our entire school. Each Malvern man is important: he can alter the image of the school and the lives of his brothers. As Malvern student...

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