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Review for The First Time She Drowned

Review for The First Time She Drowned

Jenna Fitzgerald, Staff writer
October 18, 2016 • 319 views
Filed under A&E, Opinion

The First Time She Drowned by Kerry Kletter is an emotional novel about a young woman that was forced by her mother to be admitted into a mental hospital. After she gets out, you follow the journey of her discovering who she is, and the secrets and past of her family. As the story progresses, you get...

Young People Captivated By First Presidential Debate

Young People Captivated By First Presidential Debate

Katie Redefer, Editor
October 13, 2016 • 415 views
Filed under News, Opinion, Showcase

On Monday, September 26th, the first Presidential Debate between former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and businessman Donald Trump took place at 9pm. The moderator for the debate was Lester Holt, who established that the three categories throughout the debate would be Achieving Prosperity, America's...

Thor’s Thoughts …on Homecoming Proposals!

Thor’s Thoughts …on Homecoming Proposals!

Thor, the Cape Viking, High School Advice Guru
October 13, 2016 • 280 views
Filed under Opinion

Dear Thor, I'm really into this girl in my class and want to ask her to Hoco. I’m shy and don’t know how to do it. All of my friend’s proposals are really great too. Any suggestions on how I can build up the courage to ask her and in a cool way?   Thanks, Shy Guy   Dear Shy Guy,...

Black Lives Matter: A group protesting racism or a violent group of rioters?

Black Lives Matter: A group protesting racism or a violent group of rioters?

Chase Morris, Staff Writer
October 13, 2016 • 317 views
Filed under Opinion

Many protests have recently turned violent, leading to chaos and crime, and in the past have led to riots in the city of Baltimore. The issue around these protests typically involves a white police officer shooting a black individual who may have not needed to be shot. Many groups have come together...

Opinion: Red Starbucks Cups

Opinion: Red Starbucks Cups

Lydia Sweetney, Staff Writer
April 14, 2016 • 387 views
Filed under Opinion

The red Starbucks cup is quite ridiculous. People think that the color of the cup displays a "war on Christmas". People are getting upset because the cup is just solid red, without anything on it. The cups for the past holiday seasons at Starbucks have features designs such as snowflakes, reindeer, a...

Broadway Musical “Hamilton” Faces Racial Controversey

Broadway Musical “Hamilton” Faces Racial Controversey

Katie Redefer, Editor
April 8, 2016 • 1,484 views
Filed under A&E, Opinion, Showcase

The world-renowned musical Hamilton opened on the Broadway stage in August of 2015. Since then, it has been known for the cast’s racial diversity and unique hip-hop style. Due to the immense success of the show, it was announced on the Hamilton website in past months that there will be a tour acr...

Before The Rachel’s Challenge Event

Before The Rachel’s Challenge Event

Kelly Granger, Staff
March 21, 2016 • 347 views
Filed under Opinion, Student Life

A couple of freshman are going to the Rachel's Challenge on March 18 at the Henlopen Hotel. They all have different thoughts about, what the event is going to be like. "I think its going to be about sharing your story with others." said freshman Justin Wheeler. Justin wants to go to the trip because...

Class Size Influence On Education

Class Size Influence On Education

Parker Brown, Staff
March 21, 2016 • 236 views
Filed under Opinion

Today, the college that one goes to can be directly influenced by its average class size. The number of students in a class affects the learning environment and can contribute to one's education. A small class size can improve how much one gets out of a class period, while a larger class size can...

Making the Move

Making the Move

Cate Carr, Staff Writer
March 21, 2016 • 361 views
Filed under Opinion, Student Life

Most student grow up in their home town and never leave till they go off to college. While other students have to make a difficult transition into a new school. It's hard to make a new transition into a place where you don't know anyone. The change from school to school maybe easier if you live around...

Why Donald Trump Will become President

Why Donald Trump Will become President

Jake Decyk, Staff Writer
March 17, 2016 • 257 views
Filed under Opinion

Donald Trump entered the presidential election on June 17, 2015. His campaign was first thought of as a publicity stunt and he would drop out as soon as he started to go down in the polls. It's now late February and Trump is number one in the polls and has won New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada....

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