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Bye bye Blockbuster; hello nostalgia

Bye bye Blockbuster; hello nostalgia

Ava Charnley, Staff writer

September 23, 2020

The cinematic experience is evolving, and our good friend Covid-19 is helping it along. With the new advancements that Hollywood has provided, along with the new demand the people have provided, we have been gifted with Hulu, Netflix, Disney+, Redbox and many more. Disney+, a newcomer to the scenes of onlin...

What do you want to be when you grow up?

Senior Blake Sinks is looking forward to deciding on his after school plans.

September 17, 2020

   It’s that time of year again! Students, especially seniors, are being badgered with questions: “So, any thoughts on college?” or “What’s your dream job?” Seniors are starting to fill out college applications, looking for employment right after graduation, or going into the military. Thi...

The inside scoop on secondhand clothing

The inside scoop on secondhand clothing

Ava Charnley, Staff writer

September 9, 2020

Secondhand clothing has fashion, environmental, and economic advantages. You can find trendy vintage pieces like band shirts, along with limited edition tees, dresses, skirts, etc. You can get big name brands like Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Chanel all for a more budget-friendly price. The brand is still there...

DCHS welcomes new staff

From left to right: Austin Cowley, Thomas Taylor, Andrew Reich, Emily Crowel, Libby Stankard, Bella McGill, and Jordan Dowell

Emily Mears, staff writer

September 2, 2020

This year Delphi is fortunate to welcome eight new teachers and staff to our school. Some of them you may have in class, and others you may not, but there is a good chance you will see them at some point in your high school career, so why not get to know them now? Please welcome Ms. Crowel, art; Mr. Ta...

My experience with ableism

X-Ray of my spine from November 2018.

Cynthia Rossi, Staff Writer

September 2, 2020

In sixth grade, I was diagnosed with scoliosis, kyphosis, and lordosis. I had to wear a brace that extended from right below my collarbone to my hips. I had to have a classmate assist me to even use the restroom, which was humiliating for me. Despite the physical pain I experienced, my mental health...

2020 Literary Edition

photo by Stephanie Proper, grade 9

April 30, 2020

April is National Poetry month. To celebrate, Parnassus traditionally prints a literary edition featuring work from DCHS students and staff. It was more difficult to track down work this year while under quarantine, but thank you to those who submitted work. War by Kaylee Vice, grade 10   She wants to fly To...

7 Disney movies you forgot existed

7 Disney movies you forgot existed

Elyse Perry, staff writer

April 15, 2020

Over the years, Disney has produced so many good movies, shows, and cartoons. The abundance of these blockbusters have pushed many of their beloved productions to the back of our minds. For example, before Mickey Mouse blew up, Disney’s pride and joy was Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. With this being said, h...

Covid-19 the person

Provided by the boredom of quarantine.

Ava Charnley, Staff writer

April 15, 2020

He closes your favorite restaurants, he closes schools, he even closes all the public places and buildings. He leaves you with nowhere to go, but home. When you need to go to the grocery store, guess who is there? Covid-19 — and he is stealing ALL of the toilet paper. He grabs arm loads and stuffs t...

Must-have free streaming apps in our time of need

Must-have free streaming apps in our time of need

Ava Charnley, Staff writer

April 15, 2020

During our time in quarantine you can only watch so much cable and movies that you have on hand. So, to pass the time and make quarantine a little easier I have put together a list of my favorite free streaming services to hold you over. Stay home, stay safe, and watch some tv for free.    ...

An open letter to the senior class

An open letter to the senior class

Elizabeth Walker, Staff Writer

April 12, 2020

Dear Seniors, wow.   This was supposed to be our time. We had our last Spring Break planned. We had our prom dresses chosen, and our dates to go with. We had the last year of our spring sport to remember the good times with our teammates. We had our graduations to look forward to, our gradu...

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