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Do Padua Students know Popular Movie Quotes?

Do Padua Students know Popular Movie Quotes?

Maddy H. '21, Reporter

May 10, 2019


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Many people watch movies their parents or even grandparents watched. The longevity of a film can depend on the quotability of the film. A survey of 330 was done to see if Padua students knew ten iconic quotes. The movie that the quotes were from included Jaws, Terminator, Forrest Gump, Frankenstein,...

Five Feet Apart: An Unoriginal Concept

Five Feet Apart: An Unoriginal Concept

Kylie M. '22, Reporter

May 7, 2019


Filed under A&E, Opinion/Review, Top Stories

“Five Feet Apart” is a classic romance between two teenagers with cystic fibrosis that premiered on March 15, 2019. Cole Sprouse and Haley Lu Richardson star in the so-called love story of the year, directed by Justin Baldoni. While you may shed tears, you might be brought back to an all-too-fami...

Why Does Instagram Want to Hide Its Users Like Count?

Why Does Instagram Want to Hide Its Users Like Count?

Ava R. '19, Editor

May 7, 2019


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Rumor has it that Instagram is considering hiding the amount of likes users get. Only the person who posted the picture will be able to see how many likes they received, but their followers will not. Instagram's main purpose for trying out the new feature is to make this social media platform what ...

Padua Students Showcase Their Talents at Evening of the Arts

Padua Students Showcase Their Talents at Evening of the Arts

Brynna B. '20, Reporter

April 29, 2019


Filed under A&E, Student News

Public speaking (and more specifically, performing) is reported to be the most common fear in America. Yet on Friday, April 12, a large group of students went and did just that. The evening opened with the Women’s Chorus, a class students can take every morning. Fallon Grace, a junior in the choru...

Uber Murder Raises Questions About Safety

Uber Murder Raises Questions About Safety

Devon C. '22, Reporter

April 10, 2019


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Uber is a company that provides a cheaper alternative to a taxi that can be used both inside and outside of major cities. They also offer job opportunities for drivers where they can make their own hours and drive their own cars. Since the cars are personal, they aren’t marked distinctly besides a sma...

Freddy’s Steakburgers Franchise Owner Gives Students Inside Scoop to the Business World

Freddy’s Steakburgers Franchise Owner Gives Students Inside Scoop to the Business World

Ava R. '19, Editor

March 14, 2019


Filed under A&E, Top Stories

Students have just finished learning about franchises in Mrs. Higley's Business management classes. To get firsthand information, Steve DiMarco, the franchise owner of Freddy's in Broomall and Birmingham Township, came to speak to the class. Along with Freddy's, DiMarco is also the owner of Penn Oaks ...

French Teachers Invite Students to Celebrate and Create Art

French Teachers Invite Students to Celebrate and Create Art

Maddy H. '21 and Emily M. '22

March 8, 2019


Filed under A&E, Top Stories

Mrs. Boyle and Mrs. Burris一Madame to their French students一organized the “painting party” with the Language Department as part of the French Week celebrations. Students gathered in the café on Wednesday to paint the afternoon away in a casual setting. “Every year during French Week it’s fun ...

Painting a Picture of Self-Expression

Painting a Picture of Self-Expression

Emily M. '22, Reporter

February 18, 2019


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Art can be observed in a variety of forms, styles, and methods. From singing and playing instruments to sketching and modeling clay, the means of self-expression can seem limitless. For artists, these possibilities can be seen as creative outlets, and ways to show feeling and emotion. Mrs. Vitollo, h...

Kelsy Karter’s Tattoo Stunt: An Ingenious Marketing Strategy

Kelsy Karter’s Tattoo Stunt: An Ingenious Marketing Strategy

Devon C. '22, Reporter

February 5, 2019


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Kelsy Karter, a 25-year-old singer from New Zealand, was going through a hard time last April. “My dog diva died [and] my relationship ended,” said Karter on her YouTube account. “The last thing I wanted to do was write another sad song about it.” Her friend, Ant, saw Harry Styles on her lockscr...

Padua and Salesianum Theater: A Balancing Act

Padua and Salesianum Theater: A Balancing Act

Brynna B. '20, Reporter

February 4, 2019


Filed under A&E, Student News

Caroline Achenbach, a junior, heads to Salesianum School as soon as the 2:35 bell rings for a two hour rehearsal in The Who’s “Tommy.” After that, she drives back to Padua for a several hour dance rehearsal for Padua’s musical, “Anything Goes.” Only after that does she go home to grab dinner...

A Successful Spaghetti Dinner

A Successful Spaghetti Dinner

Emily M. '22, Reporter

January 17, 2019


Filed under A&E, Padua Academy A-Z, Student News

Pasta, salad, and singing! Oh my! On Friday night, Padua’s theatre department held its 7th annual Spaghetti Dinner, its biggest fundraiser of the year. Funds from the dinner will go toward necessities such as costumes and technical equipment for this year’s musical production of Anything Goes. A...

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