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Eight Dead in New York Massacre

Eight Dead in New York Massacre

Blaine Davis, Staff Writer

November 15, 2017


Filed under News

A little over a month ago, the country was rocked by an attack at a concert in Las Vegas, killing almost 60 people and injuring 500 more.  Recently the country was reminded of this nightmare, this time much closer to the DelMarVa area.  At 3:05 P.M., 29-year old Sayfullo Saipov drove a Home Depot rental...

Senator Lopez visits Cape

Senator Lopez visits Cape

Blaine Davis, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017


Filed under Cape Culture, News

From district 6 in Delaware, Republican Ernesto Lopez is the ultimate story of the American dream.  Born in Puerto Rico, Lopez immigrated to America to as a child.  He earned his PhD in education leadership at UoD.  In 2012, he ran for state senator against democrat Liane Sorensen and won.  He still...

Locals Distraught Over Animal Neglect Case in Seaford

Locals Distraught Over Animal Neglect Case in Seaford

Katie Redefer, Editor-In-Chief

October 26, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

On October 8th, a search warrant discovered an extreme case of animal neglect in Seaford. In local Donald Eilander’s house, approximately 43 dead and 32 living pets were found. Most of the pets were dogs, with the exception of one cat that survived. Mark Tobin the Delaware Animal Services Chief said,...

New Teacher: Miss Jacobs

New Teacher: Miss Jacobs

Taylor Hazzard, Staff Writer

October 21, 2017


Filed under News

Miss Quinn Jacobs is a new upperclassman English teacher. She got a job as a fashion and luxury lifestyle magazine editor in Washington D.C. after working as an Honors English teacher for the Philadelphia School District for three years. However, she loved and missed teaching so much that she left the...

Sexual Assaults by Hollywood Producer Harvey Weinstein Come to Light

Sexual Assaults by Hollywood Producer Harvey Weinstein Come to Light

Katie Redefer, Editor-In-Chief

October 20, 2017


Filed under A&E, News, Showcase

It broke to the public on October 5th that Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has had financial settlements with 8 women for sexual misconduct. Once that story was out, sexual assault accusations directed towards Weinstein just kept coming. People have been simultaneously disgusted and saddened by the...

Deadliest Mass Shooting in Vegas Rocks the Nation

Deadliest Mass Shooting in Vegas Rocks the Nation

Angelina Hammel, Staff Writer

October 10, 2017


Filed under News

The Las Vegas shooting was quite a devastation for all to witness. On October 1st of 2017, a concert was held welcoming Jason Aldean, Eric Church, and other talented artists. Tragedy hit when a man nearly in his 70’s brought chaos and panic to the crowds as he shot from 32nd floor of a hotel called...

Coach Collick’s Last Season

Coach Collick’s Last Season

Cayden Steele, Editor

September 18, 2017


Filed under News, Sports, Sports Showcase

Coach Collick will retire from coaching after this season, he has made an impact on the school that will never be forgotten. He's also the Dean Of Students and will be around next year in the same position. Collick has turned around a football program, that was once considered one of the worst in the...

Hurricanes Damage the South

Hurricanes Damage the South

Cate Carr, Editor

September 14, 2017


Filed under News, World

Hurricane season has brought storms after storms. The south has been hit the hardest this year with the Hurricanes. The first hurricane to touch down in the States this year was Hurricane Harvey which made landfall in Houston, Texas. The storms brought flooding, massive winds. Many homes were destroyed...

Hillary R. Clinton Releases Memoir of 2016 Election “What Happened”

Hillary R. Clinton Releases Memoir of 2016 Election “What Happened”

Katie Redefer, Editor in Chief

September 14, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

On September 12th, Hillary Rodham Clinton’s book What Happened was released to the public. The highly anticipated memoir quickly reached top of the Amazon Best-Seller List within hours of release. Ever since Clinton announced she would be releasing a book on her account of the 2016 election, fans and crit...

John Myers Retires After 40 Years in the District

Hannah Lowe, Editor-in-Chief

August 3, 2017


Filed under Cape Culture, News

When John Myers began his freshman year at Gettysburg College, he thought he wanted to be a lawyer. Little did he know, however, law school wasn’t in the cards for him. Instead, John “Oscar” Myers — known to students at Cape as Mr. Myers — graduated with a history degree, earned his Masters...

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