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Take a Peek at the Movies You’re Looking Forward to Seeing This Year

Take a Peek at the Movies You’re Looking Forward to Seeing This Year

Summer B. '19, Writer

February 15, 2016


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After a great year of movies from 2015, the new year is looking more amazing with a wide range of movies, from superheroes, to dystopian, to horror/thriller, to action, and even some children’s movies. Some of the first movies this year were released a few weeks ago, but fear not, the country has a...

Walt Disney World: 5 Exciting New Attractions For 2016

Walt Disney World: 5 Exciting New Attractions For 2016

Sydney K. '19, Writer

February 13, 2016


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Walt Disney World Resort first opened its doors to the public in 1971. For over forty years now, the popular vacation destination has been delighting guests of all ages with its theme parks and family-friendly entertainment. Each and every year, Disney World introduces new and exciting rides and attr...

Something New for Valentine’s Day

Something New for Valentine’s Day

Cassidy M. '19, Writer

February 11, 2016


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Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and couples are trying to find something romantic to do. After all, Valentine’s Day is made for love. Not everyone is looking for the cliché “chocolates and fancy dinner,” so here are some ideas to switch up your 2016 Valentine’s Day! Go on a ...

Everybody Cut! It’s Footloose!

Everybody Cut! It’s Footloose!

Cassidy M. '19, Writer

February 5, 2016


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The premiere of Padua’s production of Footloose is only a few weeks away, and the musical is finally starting to fall into place. Padua, Sallies, and Cab Calloway students have been working long and hard to put together the 1984 classic. “Things are just starting to look a lot sharper. We’ve l...

Panic! At the Disco Album Review

Panic! At the Disco Album Review

Grace C. '18, Writer

February 3, 2016


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Panic! At the Disco is the true definition of a one man band. The band was formed in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2004 and members have been dropping out since its inception. Brendon Urie is the only remaining member of the band and recently produced the album, Death Of a Bachelor alone. The album dropped on...

What to Do on a Snow Day

Lauren M. '19, Writer

January 29, 2016


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After Winter Storm Jonas completely buried the East Coast, many schools, due to obvious reasons, had off, and although most of us were inside under a dozen blankets on the couch or in bed, here are some other ways you could have spent your snow days....

Lack of Diversity in 2016 Oscar Nominations

Lack of Diversity in 2016 Oscar Nominations

Lauren M. '19, Writer

January 26, 2016


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Last year, Oscar host Neil Patrick Harris opened with, “Tonight we honor Hollywood’s best and whitest...I mean brightest,” a line aimed at the Academy’s not-so diverse list of nominees, and this year isn’t any different. Matt Damon. Jennifer Lawrence. Eddie Redmayne. All are highly respected, exper...

Five Questions with Mr. Stopyra

Five Questions with Mr. Stopyra

Emily P. '17, Writer

January 7, 2016


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Remember when you were younger and thought your teachers lived at school, because you knew nothing more about  them than what they taught you? Well, Mr. Stopyra a morality teacher here at Padua answered these five questions to let us know a little more about it : 1. How many years have you been teaching at ...

Looking for a good movie???

Looking for a good movie???

Ashley C. '17, Writer

January 6, 2016


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     Laying in bed, curled up with some popcorn on a rainy day looking for a movie...but wait! “What movie should I watch?” you ask? Well, many Padua students have some recommendations, as they discuss the last good movie they’ve seen. For A Feel Good: Happy Gilmore. “I just watched Happy ...

“The Last Good Movie I Saw” – Emily Gray

“The Last Good Movie I Saw” – Emily Gray

Sarah T. '17, Writer

January 5, 2016


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     Sophomore, Emily Gray, recently saw Ron Howard’s “The Heart of the Sea” at the Movies 10 cinema. This movie was based on the widely known work Moby Dick and was told in the perspective of the last survivor of the ship, Essex.      In this movie, Herman Melville, the author of Mo...

The 1975 experience

The 1975 experience

McKenzie C. '17, Writer

December 24, 2015


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On December 5th, everyone was lined up waiting outside the Fillmore in the bitter cold. The cold didn't phase anyone, especially me. As I waited outside, with another three and a half hours left before doors open, the only thing on my mind was my anticipation to see my favorite band, the 1975. When t...

A Winter Wonderland at Penn’s Landing

A Winter Wonderland at Penn’s Landing

Sydney K. '19, Writer

December 23, 2015


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“Walking in a Winter Wonderderland,” a familiar song from a popular Christmas carol, accurately describes the feeling you instantly get when you enter Winterfest at Penn’s Landing, Philadelphia. You are immediately transported into an old-fashioned Christmas village where the sights and sounds wil...

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