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Rentals Options Can Make Prom Affordable

Rentals Options Can Make Prom Affordable

Hannah Lowe, Editor-in-Chief
April 28, 2017 • 53 views
Filed under Cape Culture

There’s no doubt that prom can be an expensive affair. Between finding an outfit, preparing for the dance, and going out to dinner, families can end up shelling out several hundred dollars from start to finish. For some, that’s fine; prom is a major event in the high school experience and worth the...

Students Opinions: Prom Date and Location Changed

Students Opinions: Prom Date and Location Changed

Nathaniel Zebley and Sarah Hunsicker
April 24, 2017 • 121 views
Filed under Opinion

Recently, the school district announced that the date for Prom has been changed due to AP testing being the week following the dance. Since the change of the date, some upperclassmen are now unable to attend the dance on the rescheduled day. Tests for students that are enrolled in AP courses will...

The History of Sadie Hawkins

Sarah Hunsicker, Editor
February 6, 2017 • 103 views
Filed under Cape Culture

A Sadie Hawkins dance, often referred to as the Sadies, is a formal dance where girls break down the walls of socials norms and ask guys to attend the dance with them. This contradicts the original dance guidelines in which the guy asks the girl to dances such as prom (in the spring) and homecoming (in...

Prom 2015: “Midnight on the Mediterranean”

Prom 2015: “Midnight on the Mediterranean”

Marissa McCloy, Editor
May 28, 2015 • 747 views
Filed under Student Life

Students spent their Saturday afternoons primping and preparing for the “Midnight on the Mediterranean.” Prom festivities kicked off with Promenade at the Rehoboth Beach bandstand from 6:30pm to 7:30pm where attendees were invited to be announced and walk down the bandstand stairs. “As each of...

The Last Dance for Seniors

The Last Dance for Seniors

Anna Lutz, Staff Writer
May 21, 2015 • 374 views
Filed under Student Life

This years Prom was held on Saturday, May 9th, and the theme of Prom was Midnight at the Mediterranean. Promenade was filled with many different people from freshman to college students and from Cape students to Tech students. This year, about thirty freshman came to prom, which is more than usual. But...

Prom Open to All Students!

Kylie Mischler, Staff
April 1, 2014 • 837 views
Filed under Student Life

Traditionally, prom is an event for upperclassmen only. Unless of course you are invited, freshmen and sophomores are not allowed. This year, Cape is planning on changing that rule. After numerous complaints from upset underclassmen piled in after last year’s “An Evening in Marrakech”, the administration...

An Evening in Marrakech

An Evening in Marrakech

Carey Karl, Staff
June 17, 2013 • 1,572 views
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Vibrant, flowing gowns swirling and twirling under a sea of scarlet and crimson drapes, beautifully ornate Moroccan tapestries encircling the entire dance floor, warm lights glowing dimly around the room . . . The Rehoboth Convention Center, all gussied up with Moroccan-themed decorations for Prom 201...

After Prom

Carey Karl, Staff
March 2, 2013 • 626 views
Filed under Student Life

This year, Cape is holding an after-prom party! The after prom is an event typically organized by parents of the junior class with the purpose of giving the juniors and seniors something fun to do on prom night rather than going out to parties and end up drinking and driving, or even getting in a fatal...

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