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Seniors Participate in National Decision Day

Seniors Participate in National Decision Day

Sarah Hunsicker, Online Editor-in-Chief

May 9, 2018


Filed under Cape Culture, Showcase

Every year on May 1st high school seniors across the nation celebrate National Decision Day. Decision Day is the day that seniors commit to the college or university that they will be attending in the following year.  High schools across the nation hold different celebrations for their students. ...

Spanish Students Travel to Costa Rica

Spanish Students Travel to Costa Rica

Katie Redefer, Print Editor-In-Chief

May 9, 2018


Filed under Cape Culture, Showcase

On March 28th, 17 spanish students and 8 teachers departed from Washington DC to spend 6 days in Costa Rica. The field trip was organized by the spanish department so students could live with a host family to help them practice their spanish and get an authentic feel for the Costa Rican culture. ...

Music Department Shows The Sound of Music

Music Department Shows The Sound of Music

Maci Long, Staff Writer

May 8, 2018


Filed under A&E, Showcase

The theater program put on the musical production of “The Sound of Music" this past March. The dates of the musical were March 16th-18th. The show was recieved as a success by all viewers. “We’ve got dancing, we’ve got singing, we’ve got romance, and there’s just something so special ab...

Firefly Music Festival to Take Place in Dover

Firefly Music Festival to Take Place in Dover

Kareena Keswani, Staff Writer

May 7, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

The Firefly Music Festival is happening from June 14th to the 17th this year at the Woodlands in Dover, Delaware. This will be the sixth year that the Music Festival is taking place in the state. Since it’s only a 45-minute drive away from Lewes, plenty of kids from Cape are going. Big performers...

Sneak Peek at Prom 2018

Sneak Peek at Prom 2018

Kareena Keswani, Staff Writer

April 23, 2018


Filed under Cape Culture, Showcase

Prom is just around the corner, and everyone wants a sneak peek. According to Junior Nick Mueller, the theme is “All That Glitters is Gold”, and it’s taking place at “The Ivy” in Dewey Beach. “Contrary to recent rumors, it will not be glitter themed and no dresses or tuxes will be ruined,”...

Mrs. Aiken’s Trip to Africa

Mrs. Aiken’s Trip to Africa

Claudia Pulcinella, Staff Writer

April 23, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Over spring break, Mrs. Aiken, the Cape Textiles Family and Consumer Services teacher, visited Africa to teach women there how to sew. But that vague summery doesn’t tell the whole story.  Mrs. Aiken took two students with her, Senior Edenexis Rodriguez-Garcia and her brother from the sewing class...

The Ridings at Rehoboth support Prom 2018

The Ridings at Rehoboth support Prom 2018

Payton Welch, Staff

April 10, 2018


Filed under Cape Culture, Showcase

The Ridings at Rehoboth have donated over $1000 dollars for the 2018 Prom. The funds were raised to buy Prom tickets for students who may not have been able to purchase themselves. This is a prime example of how the Cape community gives back. “We are so fortunate to have people who care about us,”...

‘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...

Students Participate in Walkout Honoring Lives Lost at Parkland Shooting

Students Participate in Walkout Honoring Lives Lost at Parkland Shooting

Katie Redefer, Editor-In-Chief

March 17, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Spotlight

On February 14th at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, 19 year old Nikolas Cruz murdered 17 and students and teachers. Since then, victims of the shooting and Americans alike have been calling for change. They organized marches and started the hashtag #NeverAgain, begging legislators to enact stronger...

Marine Science Classes Participate in Dissection Labs

Marine Science Classes Participate in Dissection Labs

Sarah Hunsicker, Editor-in-Chief

February 2, 2018


Filed under Cape Culture, Showcase

Within the past week, students enrolled in Honors Marine Science classes participated in dissection labs. The dissects follow along with the sixth chapter of the textbook. The chapter is centered around sea animals such as Sponges, Corals, Jellyfishes, Comb Jellies, Simple Marine Worms, Mollusks (Squid...

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