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“On My Block” is the New “Stranger Things”

“On My Block” is the New “Stranger Things”

Kareena Keswani, Staff Writer

April 24, 2018


Filed under A&E, Opinion

On My Block is a Netflix Original Series that was released on March 16, 2018. The show became popular at the beginning of April, with people tweeting about it and following the actor that plays Cesar on Instagram at a rapid rate. On My Block is about a group of four friends (Jamal, Cesar, Monse, and...

Freshmen Express Opinions on New Rules for A Lunch Period

Freshmen Express Opinions on New Rules for A Lunch Period

Claudia Pulcinella, Staff Writer

April 18, 2018


Filed under Cape Culture, Opinion

Recently, because there was a number of problems at lunch and a few fights before spring break, new rules were put in place exclusively for the A lunch period. After you get your food, the only times you get up are when your cleaning up your tray, going to the bathroom, and leaving. No trash or trays...

Mrs. Roe Invites Japanese Exchange Students

Mrs. Roe Invites Japanese Exchange Students

Claudia Pulcinella, Staff Writer

March 27, 2018


Filed under Cape Culture, Opinion, Student Life

Foreign students return to Cape Henlopen High School, but this time, instead of being from Europe, they’re from Asia. Arriving at Cape on March 12 and leaving on the 16th, several Exchange students from Japan were brought here through Mrs. Roe, a District Specialist. Like the previous exchange students,...

‘Lone Star’: A Tick That Makes You Allergic to Red Meat

‘Lone Star’: A Tick That Makes You Allergic to Red Meat

Sarah Hunsicker, Editor-in-Chief

March 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Amblyomma americanum or more commonly known as the Lone Star Tick or the Seed Tick. Indigenous to the eastern part of the United States and Mexico, a bite from this tick is completely painless and can go unnoticed. However, it can make anyone that has been bitten allergic to meat. Cases of the alpha-gal all...

Favorite Christmas Time Foods

Favorite Christmas Time Foods

Cayden Steele, Editor

March 5, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Everyone has a favorite type of food during the jolly season of Christmas. The favorites for some include cookies, eggnog, ham, gingerbread cookies and all types of cakes and desserts. There is so much food to choose from, all types of candy and sweet tasting desserts are related around Christmas. Also...

Students Adjust to Semester Swap

Students Adjust to Semester Swap

Claudia Pulcinella, Staff Writer

January 27, 2018


Filed under Cape Culture, Opinion, Student Life

For Freshmen, with a new semester comes a large change in classes. All freshman who were in Mr. Jenson’s Geography class now move to Mr. Mauls Civics class, and everyone who was in Mr. Connors, Mrs. Hagen, and Mrs. Brown’s Physical Education class now move to either Mrs. Colick, or Mrs. Ausins’...

Elective Activity Update

Elective Activity Update

Claudia Pulcinella, Staff Writer

January 24, 2018


Filed under Cape Culture, Opinion

It is the start of the school day, the morning school bell rings and the announcements come on. Mr. Lebeiu says the pledge, says the birthdays, and then there is some new news about yesterday’s sports game, the new theatre production, and the yearbook. Normally students do not know what the different...

Uncovering the Consperacy Club

Uncovering the Consperacy Club

Claudia Pulcinella, Staff Writer

January 12, 2018


Filed under Cape Culture, Opinion

Leo Club, Manga Club, Games Club, all clubs at cape that have been around for some while. Now a new club joined the scene: The Consperacy Club. Immediately two questions come up, along with many more: What is the Consperacy club about? and What kind of things do they talk about in the club? To solve...

New Year’s Resolutions From Cape Students

New Year’s Resolutions From Cape Students

Claudia Pulcinella, Staff Writer

December 15, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Student Life

With the start of Winter Break comes the end of the year and with the New Year comes New Year’s Resolutions. They’re things you aim to get done during the year or ways you would like to change, like wanting to get rid of bad habits, help others, or to improve your own well being. So, the obvious...

Winter Time or Christmas Time? Hanukkah or Holidays?

Winter Time or Christmas Time? Hanukkah or Holidays?

Claudia Pulcinella, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Wintertime is here and the schools getting the students exited for winter break, but what about mentioning the big holidays, and wasn’t it Christmas break? Talking about New Years is obvious, but what about the two big religious holidays? Shouldn’t those be discussed? Should we talk about Christmas...

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