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Meet Ally and Madison - Big Sister, Little Sister

Meet Ally and Madison – “Big Sister, Little Sister”

Samantha K., Reporter December 4, 2023

One of Padua’s oldest and most favored traditions is the “Big Sister, Little Sister” program. This program matches a rising Senior and Freshman based on personality surveys. Many of the activities...

T-Swift Ticket Craze

T-Swift Ticket Craze

S. Kornsey, Reporter February 16, 2023

Taylor Swift’s 10th studio album came out on October 21, 2022.On November 1st, 2022, she announced “Taylor Swift The Eras Tour.” The demand for these tickets moved the tour from its original 26 shows...

Growing Up in a Military Family

Growing Up in a Military Family

A. Dole, Writer February 16, 2023

Ellie Drost, a junior at Padua, has lived in more places in 16 years than many people get to experience in a lifetime. She was born in Enid, Oklahoma as the eldest child to the Drost family. Her father...

A sign points to the detour to get on I-95 South near Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd. Restore the Corridor is now in its second phase, during which the southbound lanes are being rehabilitated.

I-95 Construction Continues Ahead of Schedule as Drivers Adapt

Emily M. '22, Editor-in-chief May 20, 2022

Since early 2021, Wilmington residents and commuters have felt the effects of the Restore the Corridor Project, which is rehabilitating the stretch of I-95 that cuts through the city. The three-year, $200...

Lilly Tourge 23 and Journey Davis 24 pose for a photo. The students said they are ready for the spring season.

Students Answer Spring Questions

Bridget M. '25, Reporter April 25, 2022

What is your favorite season? Luciana Talley ‘25: My favorite season is fall because of Halloween and the perfect weather. Journey Davis ‘24: My favorite season is summer because it is my birthday...

In Historic First, Padua Names Four Valedictorians

In Historic First, Padua Names Four Valedictorians

Sophia M. '25, Reporter April 13, 2022

Padua has name not one, not two, but four valedictorians to represent the Class of 2022. Those students are Emily Malone, Katie Dorsey, Esosa Ediae, and Arundhati Dole. There have never been four valedictorians...

Grace Stout and Amy Lauderbaugh discuss future college plans. Both seniors represented their school by wearing college sweatshirts during Senior Spirit Week.

Seniors Discuss College Motives, Mail, and Merch

Maggie P. '22, Reporter April 11, 2022

As the college decision deadline quickly approaches, the Class of 2022 has begun to put down their deposits, buy college merchandise, and commit to the university of their choice. Seniors Grace Stout,...

Students dance at 4:30 am at SALSthon.  At this point they have been at Sallies for 6 hours.

Salsthon Returns for its 10th Year

Paisley D. '25, Reporter April 4, 2022

SALSthon raises money for different charities every year. B+ Foundation, is a non-profit organization that raises money for childhood cancer, that is the charity that Salesianum worked with this year....

A junior puts finishing touches on her project about a federal drug scandal. She had mini pill bottles and white dots representing the drugs.

Juniors Complete 2022 National History Day Projects

Sophia M. '25, Reporter March 21, 2022

Every year, juniors in the U.S. History class partake in the National History Day Project. This year’s theme is Debate and Diplomacy. The juniors had the options of a website, presentation, poster,...

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