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Dillon Adams Commits to Moravian

Dillon Adams Commits to Moravian

Cayden Steele, Editor
March 23, 2017 • 793 views
Filed under Sports

Dillon Adams has committed to play football at Moravian College. The college is located in Bethlehem Pennsylvania. Last year they finished with a 5-5 record under head coach Jim Pukszyn. They play in the Centennial Conference against teams like Gettysburg and Franklin&Marshall. At Moravian he will...

Football National Signing Day

Football National Signing Day

Cayden Steele, Editor
February 6, 2017 • 347 views
Filed under Showcase, Sports

National Signing Day changes the lives of many young student athletes. All their hard work will finally come to fruition. Players all across the country sign to play college football at the D1, D2, D3 and JUCO level. Putting pen to paper and wearing the cap of their team is a special moment for these...

Application Essays: A Crash Course

Application Essays: A Crash Course

Hannah Lowe, Editor-in-Chief
November 3, 2016 • 181 views
Filed under Student Life

Applying to college is a stressful time for everyone. High school seniors have endless forms to fill out and countless personal questions to answer, and the process is different for each student. However, many applicants share a common struggle: writing application essays. Most students apply to college...

Abby E’Nama committed to Juniata to play volleyball.

Abby E’Nama committed to Juniata to play volleyball.

Cayden Steele, Editor
October 5, 2016 • 513 views
Filed under Sports Showcase, Spotlight

Senior Abby E'Nama has committed to Juniata University, to play volleyball. She has been playing volleyball since her freshmen year at Cape. Although she has a number of favorite memories,  her greatest volleyball memory is when, "we went four sets and beat Polytech. The fans were so great at the...

4-year College Scholarship Awarded to a Freshman

4-year College Scholarship Awarded to a Freshman

Morgan Schwab, Staff Writer
June 7, 2016 • 374 views
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Freshman George Simmons was awarded a 4-year scholarship to the University of Delaware, as well as a choice of some New Jersey schools. "I first heard of the scholarship in Avid from Mr. Mattioni," said George. "I missed the first deadline but made the second." George had to write an essay about...

SAT Testing and how Students Respond to It

SAT Testing and how Students Respond to It

Justin Mahoney, Staff
May 26, 2016 • 259 views
Filed under Student Life

This past marking period, all Junior year students participated in the SATs in preparation for college. The stereotype is that students will go home at night pulling their hair out with stress and studying till 2am in order to pass their SATs, the reality of it is far different. "I did not study for...

Michael Thomas Attending Columbia University

Michael Thomas Attending Columbia University

Cayden Steele, Staff
May 17, 2016 • 369 views
Filed under News

Michael Thomas is a senior who will attend Columbia University in New York. Columbia was his first choice and he will be double majoring in college; studying Economics and Philosophy. There are many things that can make students excited about college, and there are also some things that can make ...

The AVID Program’s Goals and Upcoming Travels

The AVID Program’s Goals and Upcoming Travels

Parker Brown, Staff
November 22, 2015 • 532 views
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) is a program that helps students achieve college admission. At Cape, AVID classes taught by Mr. Harrod and Mrs. Savage. The AVID program takes students on numerous college tours up and down the East Coast to help students find a college that they like...

The Point of School

The Point of School

Regina Lupanova, Staff
June 17, 2013 • 430 views
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

What do students learn in school that could actually help them in the real world? What is the point of school anyway? Many students wonder about this everyday as they walk into the building or they wonder, since the year is coming to an end, what was the point of learning everything they did. Mrs....

What’s Next?

Ross Gillan, Staff
June 16, 2013 • 476 views
Filed under Student Life

High school is finally over. One door has closed and many more have opened. There are so many new paths to take that some seniors might have trouble figuring out which one is the one for them. “Set goals such as finding a decent job. Then, continue your education to get an even better job,” Mrs....

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