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Summer Activities

Bailey T. '17, Writer

May 24, 2016


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

Have you ever run out of activities to do over summer? Are you trying to find something to do other than read those summer reading books? Not sure how to occupy yourself? Well if that’s your case, then here’s a top TEN list of fun, interesting things to keep you busy over break. I hope these help a...

Captain America: Civil War Movie Review

Captain America: Civil War Movie Review

Lauren M. '19, Writer

May 13, 2016


Filed under A&E, Opinion/Review

If you haven’t heard of Captain America, Iron Man, or the Winter Soldier in the past five years, you’ve obviously been living under a rock. Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Sebastian Stan, and many more return as their iconic, superhero characters to star in Captain America: Civil War, arguably one of the...

7 Things to Do for Mother’s Day

Cassidy M. '19, Writer

May 7, 2016


Filed under A&E, Opinion/Review

After years of making a last-minute coupon book for your mom on Mother’s Day, you’re probably looking for a new gift, and trust me your mom is probably hoping for something new. Here are 7 meaningful (and somewhat cheap) gifts for the “World’s Best Mom.” Buy roses from Padua. The week before Mo...

Honeygrow Review

Honeygrow Review

Ashley C. '17, Writer

April 29, 2016


Filed under A&E, Opinion/Review

Honeygrow is the new trendiest place to eat, especially on cycle sevens here at Padua. Recently, me and a few Padua students ventured to Honeygrow to see what all of the hype is about. Honeygrow is on Concord Pike, in a typical shopping center. At first it was difficult to spot, but we found it an...

Iron Hill Review

Iron Hill Review

Annabeth B. '17, Reviewer

April 29, 2016


Filed under A&E, Opinion/Review

I personally would recommend taking a trip to Iron Hill!  If you’re looking for a good meal, Iron Hill is just the place for you! Iron Hill offers numerous options for all of its customers. I recently decided to eat at Iron after a friend told me about how delicious it is, and was not at all disappointed.    ...

Hooray for Earth Day!

Hooray for Earth Day!

Sydney K. '19, Writer

April 29, 2016


Filed under A&E, Opinion/Review

Imagine a world without trees or plants. What if the rain forests, and all of the exotic plants and animals that call it home, suddenly no longer lived? It seems impossible, but that was a real fear to some, especially one man in particular over fifty years ago. In 1962, Gaylord Nelson decided somethin...

Sophomore Service Day – A first hand account

Sophomore Service Day – A first hand account

Gabrielle C. '18, Writer

April 4, 2016


Filed under Opinion/Review, Spirituality & Service, Top Stories

    On Thursday, March 3, 2016, Mrs. McGuire, Mrs. Vavala, Ms. Penza, and twenty sophomores, including myself, drove to Camden, New Jersey and spent the day volunteering and learning about the current state of the town.     The day started at the Cathedral Hall, where they had voluntee...

Phillies Spring Training: Looking Ahead to 2016 Season

Sydney K. '19, Writer

March 31, 2016


Filed under Opinion/Review, Sports

It’s that time of year again when the umpire yells, “play ball!” With Major League Baseball Spring Training in full swing, it won’t be long before the teams start playing some ball for real. The Philadelphia Phillies are actually showing some promise in 2016 after a dismal 2015 season where they...

10 Fun Things for You to Do Over Spring Break

Zoe W. '17, Writer

March 28, 2016


Filed under A&E, Opinion/Review

10 Fun Things for You to Do Over Spring Break Spring break is an exciting time where we get a week off to relax and do almost anything we want without having to worry about the stress of school. For some of us we might be heading off on a trip with our family to somewhere exciting, but then there ar...

“March” into Women’s History Month

“March” into Women’s History Month

Sydney K. '19, Writer

March 28, 2016


Filed under Opinion/Review, Top Stories

Many privileges have come to womankind throughout American History, like the right to vote, own property, and hopefully much more to come. So, why is this important, especially during the month of March you ask? March is National Women’s History month, a time to reflect on the many accomplishments and...

Ruth B’s “Intro” Review

Ruth B’s “Intro” Review

Lauren M. '19, Writer

March 15, 2016


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

Get used to hearing the name Ruth B in the music industry. The 20 year-old singer-songwriter from Canada has been rising to the top ever since her song “Lost Boy” went viral on YouTube with nine million views. She released her debut EP, The Intro, in late November of 2015, which included the enchanting ...

A Review of Rihanna’s “Anti”

A Review of Rihanna’s “Anti”

Grace C. '18, Reviewer

March 5, 2016


Filed under A&E, Opinion/Review

It’s been three years since Rihanna has released an album, leaving listeners waiting, desperate for new music. Her predictable pop schedule came to an end after her award winning album “Unapologetic”. Her newest album, “Anti” was released January 28; receiving backlash from critics. ‘Anti...

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