The student news site of Cape Henlopen High School

Viking Ventures

Keeping the Planet Alive!

Keeping the Planet Alive!

Lydia Sweetney, Staff
November 17, 2015 • 318 views
Filed under Opinion

"I believe we should do whatever we can to help the planet", said freshman Alec Stanton. Everyday it seems that more and more people are forgetting how just how important planet Earth is. It is the home to many many organisms and recycling has been encouraged for years and years as something everyone...

Should Students Have to Stand for the Pledge of Allegiance?

Should Students Have to Stand for the Pledge of Allegiance?

Justin Mahoney, Staff
November 10, 2015 • 422 views
Filed under Opinion

If Cape is going to preach the Rachel's Challenge message, and claim to actively support individuality, it needs to start practicing what it has been preaching for so many years.

Read more »

High Schools Need To Consider Student Feedback

High Schools Need To Consider Student Feedback

Samantha Gardner, Staff Writer
October 29, 2015 • 303 views
Filed under Opinion

Amazon started receiving bad press from The New York Times. In a published report, The Times accused Amazon of over-working their employees. In response, Amazon has implemented a new program called Amazon Connections. This program takes employee feedback into consideration through individual surveys. The surv...

Toyota Supra

Toyota Supra

Jose Arroyo-Camacho, staff writter
October 14, 2015 • 232 views
Filed under News, Opinion

The super fast 1999 Toyota Supra  is an awesome car for street racing or even for looks to get money or a prize from a car show like the H20 in Ocean City. The good thing about this car is that it's an almost rare car. The only reason why it's rare cause most people can't afford it when it breaks down,...

Reaction to iPads Being Collected

Reaction to iPads Being Collected

Natalie Oldham, Staff Writer
June 8, 2015 • 391 views
Filed under Opinion, Showcase, Student Life, Technology

Because the school year is coming to a end, iPads had to be collected. "I agree that we have to collect the iPads," Social Studies teacher Robert Maull said, "but I don't think it should be this soon. Other teachers and I were planning on giving our finals on Schoology and now we have to do something...

The Blurryface Era Begins: Twenty One Pilots’ newest album review

The Blurryface Era Begins: Twenty One Pilots’ newest album review

Hannah Lowe, Editor
June 5, 2015 • 2,024 views
Filed under A&E, Opinion

Indie duo Twenty One Pilots (stylised twenty one pilots) released their fourth album Blurryface on Sunday, May 18th. Within the day, the album has climbed to number one on the iTunes sales charts. The album was scheduled for release on the 19th, but following a leak of the songs, the band decided t...

Student Audiences Lack Proper Etiquette

Marissa McCloy, Editor
May 28, 2015 • 451 views
Filed under Opinion

The school's students do not discriminate between guests and thespian peers; student audiences have the audacity to disrespect both. Performers clock hours of rehearsal before they go on stage, yet they are sometimes rudely accepted by a student audience that struggles to pay adequate respect. On...

Return of the Road Warrior: Mad Max: Fury Road Review

Return of the Road Warrior: Mad Max: Fury Road Review

Sean Graham and Rory Green
May 21, 2015 • 587 views
Filed under A&E, Opinion, Showcase

After over ten years of being in development limbo and constant obstacles thrown in it's path, director George Miller's post-apocalyptic action film, Mad Max: Fury Road, has been released and serves as a fantastic revival to the Mad Max franchise. The film has been praised by critics for it's use of p...

It’s Not a Bird, It’s Not a Plane, It’s Not a Person: CBS’ Supergirl is a walking, talking cliché

It’s Not a Bird, It’s Not a Plane, It’s Not a Person: CBS’ Supergirl is a walking, talking cliché

Hannah Lowe, Editor
May 18, 2015 • 580 views
Filed under A&E, Opinion

The nearly seven minute "first look" trailer for CBS' Supergirl series has been released, and there have been no mixed reviews. Some viewers have declared themselves fans already, loving the fun nature of the trailer, but many have denounced the trailer as cheesy, cheap, and downright terrible. The show sta...

Furious 7 Review

Furious 7 Review

Rory Green, Staff Writer
May 14, 2015 • 412 views
Filed under A&E, Opinion

On April 3rd the latest installment of the Fast and Furious franchise was released and it skyrocketed making nearly 150 million dollars on opening weekend. Although many thought it would just be another movie just like the others, Furious 7 was both an emotional rollercoaster and visual ecstasy. The...

The student news site of Cape Henlopen High School
Opinion