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Transgender People Allowed to Use The Bathroom They Want

Transgender People Allowed to Use The Bathroom They Want

Jessse Berlinger, Staff
June 15, 2016 • 512 views
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Transgender students from all over the U.S are now allowed to use whatever bathroom they choose. However, many states -- like North Carolina -- are not abiding by the new rule to allow transgender students to use whatever bathroom they want. The Obama administration has sent letters to schools telling...

G Money Strong

G Money Strong

Chloe Fluharty, Staff
June 7, 2016 • 434 views
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Garrett Rogers is a normal 10 year old boy from Millsboro Delaware who loves fishing, hunting, and playing sports. May 14th was just going to be another day at baseball practice for Garrett and his family, but it ended in a tragic accident for them. After one of Garrett's teammates hit a foul...

Charges Filed Against Delaware Teens Involved in High School Assault

Charges Filed Against Delaware Teens Involved in High School Assault

Sarah Hunsicker, Editor
May 25, 2016 • 403 views
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On May 10, three high school teens have been officially charged with the death of 16 year-old Amy Inita Joyner-Francis. Amy was fatally assaulted in a girl's bathroom at Howard High School on April 21. An autopsy shows that Joyner had a heart defect which triggered her death during her attack. Police...

Michael Thomas Attending Columbia University

Michael Thomas Attending Columbia University

Cayden Steele, Staff
May 17, 2016 • 344 views
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Michael Thomas is a senior who will attend Columbia University in New York. Columbia was his first choice and he will be double majoring in college; studying Economics and Philosophy. There are many things that can make students excited about college, and there are also some things that can make ...

#RIPAmy Twitter Trends Following Violent Death of Delaware Teen

#RIPAmy Twitter Trends Following Violent Death of Delaware Teen

Sarah Hunsicker, Editor
April 28, 2016 • 291 views
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On Thursday April 21, at around 8:15, a fight broke out in a downstairs bathroom at Howard High School of Technology in Wilmington. Witnesses say that the altercation was between two girls at first and then another girl joined in. "She was fighting a girl and that's when all these other girls started...

SeaWorld: Last Generation of Killer Whales

SeaWorld: Last Generation of Killer Whales

Sarah Hunsicker, Editor
April 28, 2016 • 366 views
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SeaWorld recently announced that its current generation of killer whales will be the last. This meaning that they are pulling the plug on their Orca breeding program. The killer whale [or Orca], appears in the iconic logo for Seaworld. Essentially getting ride of them would mean finding a new focal point...

Brussels Airport and Metro Struck by Terrorist Bombings

Brussels Airport and Metro Struck by Terrorist Bombings

Hannah Lowe, Editor
April 6, 2016 • 269 views
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On Tuesday, March 22nd, the Belgian capital of Brussels was attacked in two suicide bombings resulting in a combined 30 deaths. The terrorist group ISIS has claimed responsibility for the two attacks, but this claim has yet to be validated. Officials are also on the hunt for one suspect, and there is p...

National Honor Society Tutoring

National Honor Society Tutoring

Cate Carr, Staff
March 24, 2016 • 318 views
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In the beginning of the school year, the National Honor Society sent home forms with information about tutoring. This idea of having tutoring available to students after school was promoted to the teachers and parents. Students got forms in which they filled out to their needs involving different subjects. If...

How Does Snow Effect Students and Schools?

How Does Snow Effect Students and Schools?

Cayden Steele, Staff
March 7, 2016 • 225 views
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Every year snow affects schools. Sometimes snow causes delays and cancellations. According to nberg.org students miss up to two weeks of school each year. Missing school can affect the students abilities to retain information.Snow can be hard to predict and that makes it tough for the district to make...

L.A.S.O inductions

L.A.S.O inductions

Cayden Steele, Staff
March 3, 2016 • 211 views
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L.A.S.O is one of the many clubs at Cape. Last week inductions took place. Del tech came to talk to ELL Seniors (English Language Learners). Assistant Principal Angela Thompson also received her honorary L.A.S.O membership. L.A.S.O  helps students with many goals. " L.A.S.O is a multi cultural club...

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