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The Reality of ‘Never Again’

The Reality of ‘Never Again’

Stella W. '19, Editor-in-Chief

October 30, 2018


Filed under Opinion/Review, Top Stories

Never again. How many times will we hear those words until it is true? Will each of our communities, each of the people we hold dear have to experience loss at the hands of bigotry? Never again, just one more time. And again. And again. Saturday, Oct. 27, eleven lives lost. A shooter gunned down elev...

First Man: A Phenomenal Film

First Man: A Phenomenal Film

Emily M. '22, Reporter

October 29, 2018


Filed under A&E, Opinion/Review

Grab your space suit (and some tissues) and prepare for blast off as First Man takes you to the moon. The riveting movie experience chronicles the journey of Neil Armstrong from flying as an experimental test pilot to becoming the first person to walk on another celestial body. Directed by Damien Chazelle...

A Reflection on My Five Days in D.C.

A Reflection on My Five Days in D.C.

Stella W. '19, Editor

September 3, 2018


Filed under Opinion/Review, Student News, Top Stories

“Not sure if you’re thinking of a career in journalism but if you are (because you’d be amazing) then you might want to consider this opportunity.” Those were the words my journalism teacher sent me, altogether taking me by surprise. I suppose I write a good piece once in a while, but to re...

An A to Z Tour of the Philadelphia Zoo

An A to Z Tour of the Philadelphia Zoo

Stella W. '19, Dani F. '18, Maddie Z. '18, and Nicole O. '20

April 17, 2018


Filed under Opinion/Review, Photo Gallery

The Philadelphia Zoo boasts a wide array of animals in every shape and size. Take a quick tour of some of our favorites through this photo gallery.

Pizza by Elizabeths

Pizza by Elizabeths

CM2, Writer

March 8, 2018


Filed under Opinion/Review

Pizza by Elizabeths, an elegant, yet casual restaurant, is a gourmet pizza eatery located in Greenville, Delaware. Since 1993, Pizza by Elizabeths has been serving fresh pizza, salads, and desserts for guests attending baby showers, wedding rehearsals, birthday parties, and more. I visited Pizza by Elizabeths...

Lesser Known Bands of Coachella: Joywave

Lesser Known Bands of Coachella: Joywave

Maddie Z. '18, Writer

January 17, 2018


Filed under Opinion/Review, Top Stories

Based in Rochester, New York, Joywave is a Indie Rock band founded in 2010, consisting of lead vocalist Daniel Armbruster, bassist Sean Donnelly, drummer Paul Brenner, guitarist Joseph Morinelli, and keyboardist Benjamin Bailey. Joywave has been a featured band at Coachella before, performing in 2016....

Firefly – The Alternative Rock Music Festival

Firefly – The Alternative Rock Music Festival

Chrissy M. '18, Reporter

January 11, 2018


Filed under Opinion/Review, Top Stories

Everyone is familiar with the popular alternative rock music festival, Firefly, held at Dover Downs in Dover, Delaware. People travel from up and down the entire east coast to see their favorite rock bands for five days, as well as participate in other activities including, camping, eating good food, meet...

Coco: Another Masterpiece from Pixar

Coco: Another Masterpiece from Pixar

Stella W. '19, Writer

December 16, 2017


Filed under A&E, Opinion/Review

Pixar is known for producing stunningly animated and emotionally packed films. Coco is no exception. With extraordinary visuals and deep cultural significance, this new film is on its way to becoming a classic. Directed by Lee Unkrich, Coco explores the whimsicality of childhood dreams through the M...

Midterm Preparation

Midterm Preparation

Meaghan O. '20, Writer

December 12, 2017


Filed under Opinion/Review, Student News

Midterms occur during a strenuous time, causing students to stress out. Although midterms may seem overwhelming at times, there are several things that students can do to start preparing now. Most importantly, don’t stress. Teachers will tell you this 100 times and eventually you’ll have to listen...

Padua Students’ Favorite Christmas Movies

Padua Students’ Favorite Christmas Movies

Dani F. '18, Reporter

December 10, 2017


Filed under Opinion/Review, Student News, Top Stories

Christmas is almost here and Padua has been buzzing about the holiday season. Everyone hates rushing around, trying to get their last minute gifts, but can also agree that sitting down to watch Christmas movies is a favorite tradition. Whether the movie is an old classic or a new Hallmark romance, thes...

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