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Deadpool Review

Deadpool Review
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Samantha Gardner, Staff Writer
March 15, 2016 • 364 views
Filed under A&E, Opinion, Student Life

Deadpool is a new Marvel movie in theaters. This movie is rated R, for 17 years or older. Deadpool is a superhero action packed comedy released on Valentine's Day weekend. It was rated an 8.5/10 on IMDb and an 83% on RottenTomatoes, and MetaCritic rated it a 65. Ryan Renolds plays Deadpool/Wade Wilson, a man who...

Does Class Size Matters?

Does Class Size Matters?

Morgan Schwab, Staff
March 11, 2016 • 279 views
Filed under Opinion

In our generation, students learn in multiple ways. Some learn by listening to a teacher talk, or by doing activities or experiments. Some students also learn by reading or writing. There are so many different ways a student learns but how big or small of a class they have can also be a big factor in...

The Sad Truth About ‘Black Thursday’

The Sad Truth About ‘Black Thursday’

Andrew Gilbert, Staff Writer
March 8, 2016 • 250 views
Filed under Opinion

Working on the holidays was at one point a myth in society, nobody works on thanksgiving or Christmas, and sadly the truth has changed. On thanksgiving millions of people will get their black Friday started, and that person who works the register will miss his/her families thanksgiving because of a few...

Why Donald Trump Should Win

Jesse Berlinger, Staff
March 7, 2016 • 247 views
Filed under Opinion

Donald Trump should and will most likely win the presidential election. Even though Donald Trump is a great presidential candidate, he has many critics. It looks like someone will criticize his critics. Many people say that Trump will overdo everything that he attempts. For example, people say that...

Up to the Kids: How the Millennial Generation is Shaping Politics

Up to the Kids: How the Millennial Generation is Shaping Politics

Hannah Lowe, Editor
February 26, 2016 • 254 views
Filed under Opinion

  With the 2016 election in the same year as the 18th birthdays of many high school students, eyebrows are being raised about the turnout of younger voters to the polls – and whether or not they are qualified to vote. Worldwide opinions of the millennial generation (the generation born between...

Cheating in school

Cheating in school

Nathaniel Zebley, Editor
February 23, 2016 • 360 views
Filed under Opinion

In a world that is consumed by the newest technology and social media, studying and school work tend to be put aside and not thought about. 43 years ago the first cell phone came out from Motorola and ever since advancements have been made and life has changed. Nowadays teenagers can barely go 10 minutes...

Cape’s lack of response to the PBS survey

Sean Graham, Editor
February 17, 2016 • 251 views
Filed under Opinion

Each year, Cape students take the PBS (Positive Behavior Support) survey in order to inform the school board on the high school's environmental climate. While on paper, this is a good idea and system to notify the school on possible bullying or overall student attitude towards the school, many haven't...

Shooting Down Growing Controversies: Gun Violence

Shooting Down Growing Controversies: Gun Violence

Sarah Hunsicker, Editor
January 11, 2016 • 820 views
Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Within the past three years a growing conflict in the United States is gun violence. Seven in ten shootings take place in schools and businesses. Some public places where mass shootings have taken place are Sandy Hook Elementary School, A confrence center in San Bernardino, and Mother Emanuel AME Church...

What Are The Holidays Really All About?

What Are The Holidays Really All About?

Abby E'Nama, Editor
January 7, 2016 • 331 views
Filed under Opinion

Everyone has their own holiday traditions that they do every year. Some people travel while others stay at home. Some watch movies and drink hot chocolate while others go outside and ski in the snow. No matter what everyone partakes in the holiday spirit. A rising trend is the infatuation with material...

Has Christmas lost its meaning?

Has Christmas lost its meaning?

Justin Mahoney, Staff Writer
December 21, 2015 • 532 views
Filed under Opinion

When it comes to the holidays, I have noticed of late that many people seem to have lost the true meaning of the Christmas season and holiday itself. The message of kindness to others, giving and spreading joy and happiness seems to have been lost in translation and has left behind the hollow "What am...

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