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Godzilla Strikes again

Godzilla Strikes again

Andrew Gilbert, Staff Writer
January 22, 2016 • 353 views
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Godzilla strikes again, and just this time this isn’t a 300ft titan of destruction attacking Tokyo, this super El Niño that has been causing unusual weather events. By unusual weather, this means 70 degrees in December, hurricanes in January, and a light snowfall for the winter that didn’t last...

American Legion Post 17

December 18, 2015 • 450 views
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Every Veterans Day one of our color guards goes over to the American Legion Post 17 to post the colors in their Veterans Day celebration. The color guard was led by c/LTC Alexan- dra Atsidis.

Veteran’s Day Ceremony

Veteran’s Day Ceremony

December 18, 2015 • 408 views
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On Friday, November 13th, our JROTC program held the annual Veteran’s Day Ceremony. This ceremony honors and gives recognition to school district employees and local veterans organizations who have served our country. The commander of the ceremony was Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Alexandra Atsidis and...

Delaware To Accept Refugees

Delaware To Accept Refugees

Andrew Gilbert, Staff Writer
December 4, 2015 • 312 views
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Over the past few years, a group of terrorists known as The Islamic State (ISIS) started a campaign of conquest in the Middle East. On November 13th, 2015, the city of Paris was attacked by the Islamic State, killing 129 civilians and wounding many more innocent people. Since the attacks, the world ...

Student Section Causes Controversy At Tech Game

Student Section Causes Controversy At Tech Game

Sarah Hunsicker and Marissa McCloy
November 23, 2015 • 688 views
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Any game against a Sussex Technical High School team always garners significant excitement from Cape students, and the on Friday November 13th, was no exception. Friday night's game was both teams' last game, Sussex Tech's senior night, and the site of Cape's latest controversy: a large, profane banner...

Delaware Petition to Stop Influx of Refugees

Delaware Petition to Stop Influx of Refugees

Justin Mahoney, Staff
November 20, 2015 • 372 views
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After the attacks in France, many communities in the United States have grown enraged and fearful. With The Islamic State Group (ISIS/Daesh) coming back onto the world's front stage, many people are asking their local politicians to block any and all Syrian refugees from coming into the country. One...

From Mrs. Hall to Mrs. Maull

From Mrs. Hall to Mrs. Maull

Morgan Schwab and Adrianna Vann
November 17, 2015 • 391 views
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Most of the students know her as Mrs. Hall but she is now Mrs. Maull. Over the Summer she got married to Mr. Maull. She met Mr. Maull through working with him last year. This is Mrs. Maull's second year working at the school. She teaches a Law Enforcement Pathway. “I got to know Mr. Maull well,”...

Paris Was Attacked Along With Humanity

Paris Was Attacked Along With Humanity

Cayden Steele, Staff
November 16, 2015 • 285 views
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Paris was absolutely in shock on Friday the 13th when ISIS attacked many venues. They attacked a death metal rock concert, a small café and huge soccer match between France vs Germany, while France's President was watching. At least 129 people have died due to this terrible attack. People who survived...

Police Brutality Prevails In Spring Valley High School

Police Brutality Prevails In Spring Valley High School

Katie Redefer, Editor
November 10, 2015 • 820 views
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Incidents of police brutality have been rampant in the past few months in America. These incidents are often situations involving racism, typically white officers being the abusers of black citizens. It’s no secret that there is lots of racism hidden in the corners of America’s law system since ou...

National Blue Ribbon Award

National Blue Ribbon Award

Parker Brown, Staff
October 30, 2015 • 238 views
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Cape Henlopen High School was recently recognized as a 2015 National Blue Ribbon school by U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. The school is one of the three Delaware schools chosen this year for the prestigious achievement. CHHS is the only school in Sussex County to receive this award and the...

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