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Japanese Exchange Students

Japanese Exchange Students

Cate Carr, Editor
April 28, 2017 • 47 views
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This March, Cape welcomed Japanese exchange students for a week. While in the States, these students stayed with Cape families and shadowed students around the school. The exchange students were very excited to come to America and experience our life at school. When asked how long they had been studying...

Women’s March Exceeds Expectations and Overwhelms Washington

Women’s March Exceeds Expectations and Overwhelms Washington

Hannah Lowe, Editor-in-Chief
February 14, 2017 • 76 views
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On Saturday, January 21st — less than 24 hours after President Trump’s inauguration — over half a million demonstrators marched on Washington, D.C. to advocate for human rights and celebrate diversity. The Women’s March on Washington, as it is called, blew attendance predictions out of the water...

Valentine’s Day Around the World

Valentine’s Day Around the World

Cate Carr, Editor
January 23, 2017 • 91 views
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Valentine's Day, the day of love, is a holiday in the United States where couples spend their day together. Usually with flowers, chocolates, cards, or a dinner. Like with most holidays, other countries have different traditions for Valentine's day that goes along with their culture. This holiday around...

Around the world article

Taylor Killean, Staff Writer
December 13, 2016 • 83 views
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Unlike the United States, Malaysians are not allowed to celebrate Valentine's Day. Last year, 80 Muslims were arrested by Islamic police because they had been celebrating Valentine's Day. Most of the people believe that Valentine's Day is an unnecessary celebration. So you're not allowed to celebrate...

Recap of Barack Obama’s Presidency

Recap of Barack Obama’s Presidency

Cate Carr, Editor
December 5, 2016 • 86 views
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By January 20, 2017, the United States will have a new president in office. But, for the past eight years, the current Commander in Chief has been Barack Obama. President Obama made history by being the first African-American president of the United States. In 2008 President Obama and Vice President...

German Teachers Visit Delaware High Schools

German Teachers Visit Delaware High Schools

Hannah Lowe, Editor-in-Chief
November 3, 2016 • 162 views
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On October 7th, the high school hosted an interesting group of guests: German teachers toured Cape as part of an international teaching exchange. During their day as Vikings, the visiting teachers were shown the highlights of the high school, including performances by both the Cape Chorale and Thea...

French Students Set for Paris Trip

French Students Set for Paris Trip

Darby Hollinger, Editor
September 29, 2016 • 398 views
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Attention, les élèves! Le département de langues a des nouvelles excitantes! There is exciting news from the language department! Students enrolled in any of Madame Criswell's French classes have been given an opportunity to spend a week this April in Paris, France. 12 students have signed up for t...

Norwegian Exchange Student

Norwegian Exchange Student

Cate Carr, Editor
September 29, 2016 • 142 views
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Cape Henlopen High School welcomes new students to the school all the time. Recently, a new student from Norway joined the giant Cape family at the beginning of the school year: junior Victoria Loevstrand. While many students have yet to travel out of the country or the state, Victoria has trav...

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