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The First State Votes

The First State Votes

Emily P '17, Writer

May 7, 2016


Filed under A&E

On Tuesday April 26, 2016 Delaware residents, along with those in Connecticut, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island, voted in the presidential primaries. The polls opened in the early morning and stayed open until 8, giving voters a wide window to get to their nearest voting place and put their vote ...

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...

Alison Levine

Alison Levine

Annabeth B. '17, Writer

April 29, 2016


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   As Padua students, we all know what is it like to feel like we’re climbing mountains. Whether it’s taking the stairs to the fourth floor, or taking a hard chemistry test, we all have obstacles in our way. Although our mountains may be metaphorical, Alison Levine’s were not.    On Friday Ap...

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...

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 ...

Till It Happens to You

Till It Happens to You

Sarah T. '17, Writer

March 15, 2016


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    During the Oscars on February 28th, Lady Gaga performed her song “Till It Happens to You.” Accompanying her on the stage were dozens of rape and sexual abuse survivors. The survivors had messages such as “It happened to me,” “Survivor,” “Not alone,” and “Stronger” written on t...

A Night at the Queen

A Night at the Queen

Annabeth B. '17, Writer

March 15, 2016


Filed under A&E

Do you enjoy amazing, live music? Well, then you would have loved a Night at the Queen! This past Sunday, March 6th, a showcase was held in the City of Wilmington. Padua, Ursuline, and Salesianum students all had the opportunity to show their talents.      World Cafe Live was built on the foun...

St. Patrick’s Day 2016: Feelin’ Green?

St. Patrick’s Day 2016: Feelin’ Green?

Sydney K. '19, Writer

March 15, 2016


Filed under A&E, Top Stories

It’s March, a time to “Go Green!” No, it’s not time to reduce, reuse, and recycle, even though that’s always a good idea. St. Patrick’s Day is coming, and it’s time for the “wearin’ of the green” for the Irish and those who want to be Irish, at least for the day. The color green ha...

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