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Questions to Ask on a College Visit

Questions to Ask on a College Visit

Dani F. '18, Reporter

October 30, 2017


Filed under Student News, Top Stories

     College is one of the most stressful times for a student in their high school career. Between filling out the Common Application and filing the FAFSA, students are overwhelmed until all deadlines are past and everything has been submitted. However, before a student can get to thi...

Padua Academy Attacks Academic Bowl

Padua Academy Attacks Academic Bowl

Stella W. '19, Writer

October 30, 2017


Filed under Student News

On October 12th, fourteen students representing Padua’s Academic Bowl team piled into a St. Elizabeth’s classroom and prepared to compete against Archmere. With questions ranging from African American authors to Donald Trump, Yugoslavia, and a variety of other challenging categories, there is no doubt t...

The Threat of North Korea: What Do Students Think?

The Threat of North Korea: What Do Students Think?

Stella W. '19, Writer

October 24, 2017


Filed under Student News, Top Stories

Ever since the Korean Peninsula was divided between Soviet occupation in the north and American occupation in the south after the end of World War II, the northern part of the East Asian peninsula has harbored a fragile relationship with the United States. Power has been kept in the Kim family, with Ki...

Fall Fest 2017

Fall Fest 2017

Meaghan O. '20, Reporter

October 24, 2017


Filed under Photo Gallery, Student News, Top Stories

On September 29th the Padua community gathered for Fall Fest. The event was held in the cafe, where students and teachers got the opportunity to participate in games, eat a snack, talk, take pictures, and have fun!

Black Student Union

Black Student Union

Christina M. '18, Writer

October 24, 2017


Filed under Student News, Top Stories

Ms. Wrambel, Padua’s Black Student Union (BSU) moderator, was approached last year by now senior, Kennedy Crowder about starting a Black Student Union. Ms. Wrambel said that “the intention [of the club] was to create a safe space in which to discuss issues of diversity and inclusion, particularly tho...

Why Homecoming isn’t the End of the World

Why Homecoming isn’t the End of the World

Jennifer C. '21, Reporter

October 24, 2017


Filed under Student News

Salesianum homecoming is coming up on October 14, 2017. Homecoming has been all over the media lately. Pictures of posters asking someone to homecoming are everywhere and even the summer movie, Spider-Man: Homecoming mentions the dance in it’s title. Homecoming guides about how to get a date and w...

Padua Students Experience the PSAT

Padua Students Experience the PSAT

Stella W. '19, Writer

October 22, 2017


Filed under Student News

On October 11th, freshmen, sophomores, and juniors came to Padua to take this year’s PSAT. Administered by the College Board, students across the country challenge their standardized testing skills as they attempt a practice version of the SAT test. While settling down for two hours and 45 minutes ma...

Haunted Attractions

Haunted Attractions

Alyssa B. '21, Writer

October 22, 2017


Filed under Student News

October. Fall. Pumpkins. Lattes. Halloween. October is the official start to the fall season and Halloween season. Included in the Halloween season are Haunted houses, haunted hayrides, and haunted corn fields.  In Delaware and Pennsylvania, popular attractions include Terror Behind the Walls, Fright...

Legal Shadowing Speaker #1: The Honorable Andrea L. Rocanelli

Legal Shadowing Speaker #1: The Honorable Andrea L. Rocanelli

Dani F. '18, Reporter

October 22, 2017


Filed under Student News, Top Stories

     On Tuesday, September 17, students in the legal shadowing program at Padua Academy were given the opportunity to speak to The Honorable Andrea L. Rocanelli. As a previous Mock Trial coach for the Padua team, Judge Rocanelli is always eager to come to Padua to share her knowledge wi...

An Interview with Rosa

An Interview with Rosa

Grace C. '18, Editor

October 10, 2017


Filed under People, Student News

Rosa Garcia grew up in Moreleón, Guanajuato in Mexico. Her career at Padua started at the Italian Festival, when Brother Mike noticed her work ethic and offered her a job. She’s been here ever since, cleaning bathrooms, setting up chairs, and whatever else is necessary to get Padua ready for its s...

The New Executive Officers for Next Year

The New Executive Officers for Next Year

Gabrielle C. '18, Associate Editor

May 19, 2017


Filed under People, Student News

 The executive officer elections are over and the results are in. The new executive officers are Veronica Cantoran-Torres, Grace DiGiovanni, Anna Gallo, Susannah Snellgrove, and Carter Vaughn. These five girls campaigned for several weeks to try to persuade the student body to vote for them. &nb...

New El Diablo Location in Pike Creek

New El Diablo Location in Pike Creek

Katie M. '17, Managing Editor

May 11, 2017


Filed under Student News

On cycle seven days, Padua students usually travel to a popular restaurant named El Diablo, located in Trolley Square. As well as being located in Trolley, there is a location in Newark and North Wilmington. Recently, the local Tex-Mex restaurant announced a new location in Pike Creek. The new establis...

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