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Origins of Earth Day

Origins of Earth Day

Emily B., Reporter

April 25, 2012


Filed under Student News

Earth is celebrated on April 22 worldwide.  Earth Day was founded by founded by Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin and it was organized by Denis Hayes in 1969. Senator Nelson created Earth Day because he became worried about our planet and why people aren't caring anymore. In 1969, the senator decided to...

Students and the Mac Lab

Students and the Mac Lab

Morgan S., Reporter

April 25, 2012


Filed under Student News

Technology today is becoming more and more advanced. Padua Academy is even in on the newest and latest technological devices. One of the advances Padua has offered in the last few years is the Mac lab. Padua has had the mac lab since June 2010. One of the biggest frustrations for students is that...

Pilgrimage: March For Faith

Pilgrimage: March For Faith

Lawren D., Reporter

April 20, 2012


Filed under Student News, Top Stories

On Saturday March 31, 2012, one hundred and two Padua students attended the Pilgrimage.  The Pilgrimage is a march of people who share their faith with the community.  The march goes from church to church throughout Wilmington, Delaware, while people from different parishes take turns carrying a large...

Austria Trip

Austria Trip

Emily B., Reporter

April 20, 2012


Filed under Student News, Top Stories

Twelve girls from Padua left on March 22 for a week and a half trip to Austria.  The girls left Padua after school and headed to the airport for Munich, Germany.  Once in Munich, they then took a three hour bus trip to Austria. The twelve girls who had hosted an exchange student earlier in the year...

Recycling Tips and Hints

Recycling Tips and Hints

Alaina T., Reporter

April 19, 2012


Filed under Student News, Top Stories

Today, recycling is more important than ever. Landfills are toxic and ever-growing, and plastic bottles are finding their way into the ocean and killing many of our animals. One quick fix to preserving our land and animals is as easy as recycling your newspaper, plastic bottles, or batteries. By recy...

Unhealthy Eating Is Expensive

Unhealthy Eating Is Expensive

Morgan Sprinkle, Reporter

April 19, 2012


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Doctors tell their patients to eat healthy all the time; however, are they aware at the cost of eating healthy? 61% of American adults are obese. Many people believe that just going to McDonalds will be so much cheaper. But will it be cheaper in the long run? The answer to that is simply, no. Eating...

YOLO

YOLO

Abby S., Reporter

April 19, 2012


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As you may have noticed, the acronym, YOLO, is becoming widely known and used in everyday conversation. YOLO stands for "You Only Live Once." It comes from Drake’s song "The Motto." There are even twitter accounts that are dedicated to YOLO jokes. Many people have been getting annoyed with the term...

Apple’s iPad 2012

Apple’s iPad 2012

Brandi B.

April 17, 2012


Filed under Student News

It was a surprise to few that Apple would be releasing a new Apple iPad that would be the referred to as the iPad 2012 instead of following the mold Apple has already created by giving the majority of its electronic devices a number. With the death of Steve Jobs, Founder and once CEO of Apple products,...

The Republican Primaries

Megan D., Reporter

April 16, 2012


Filed under Student News

The presidential primaries are the selection processes in which voters choose their nominee for President of the United States.  The Democratic Party does not need to hold a primary for the 2012 election because President Barack Obama is the Democratic incumbent.  The Republican Party, however, needs...

Padua Antonian

Padua Antonian

Morgan S., Reporter

April 4, 2012


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Padua Antonian is an activity taught by Mr. Stoprya and Ms. Tamagni. In the activity, students write articles for the printed newspaper. Padua has been hosting this activity since 1993, and continues to thrive as a total of 18 students are currently enrolled in the activity. Though Padua Antonian...

Blood Drive

Blood Drive

Shannon H., Reporter

April 1, 2012


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Recently, the National Honors Society held its annual Blood Drive.  Sixty-nine Padua students and faculty voluntarily gave blood to the Delaware Blood Bank. Studentsbwho donated could be seen dressed down and sporting “Give Blood, Save a Life.” These students scheduled appointments during the day...

1:1 Technology Program

1:1 Technology Program

Erin S., Reporter

March 19, 2012


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Each year Padua Academy changes; some small and indiscernible, others monumental. Next year, one change will be a giant leap for Padua.Whereas this year Padua's biggest change was in regards to scheduling, next year Padua is going to be changing their approach to technology. In the upcoming 2012-2013...

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