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Diet and exercise tips for your spring break body

Kristina Powlen, Staff writer

March 20, 2018


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Spring break is the perfect time to relax. The freedom and excitement of not having assignments or worrying about tests is beyond words. But, as the weather turns warmer there is always one thing many of us do start to worry about—our physical image. Are we ready to break out those shorts and swim...

Many factors impact school’s filtering policy

Many factors impact school’s filtering policy

Jordan Ladd, staff writer

March 13, 2018


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It’s no secret to DCSC students that Delphi schools block many websites. Every single student has, one time or another, had, “Sorry, ____________ is not available because it’s categorized as ____________.” YouTube videos that should be allowed are labeled as ‘Restricted’. Students trying to use a site f...

Finish your spring break with Indy Comic Con

Finish your spring break with Indy Comic Con

Amanda McCarty, Staff writer/ videographer

March 13, 2018


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Comic fanatics, cosplayers, art creators and appreciators, LARPers, gamers, pop culture lovers, and followers of celebrities will be flocking to Indy at the end of March for a very special occasion: Comic Con. This Con is one of many that take place in Indianapolis, Indiana. It is a three day lo...

DCHS students and staff look forward to spring break

DCHS students and staff look forward to spring break

Dacota Shockley, Staff Writer

March 5, 2018


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Something that brings warmth, green-leafed trees, lots and lots of allergies, and the smell of fresh, cut grass is coming soon. So, what is that “something?” SPRING. Yes, folks, spring is just right around the corner and the treacherous cold and snow will be gone for another  few months. Soon, man...

Beach games for spring break

Beach games for spring break

Joe Perry, Sports writer

March 5, 2018


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The snow is off the ground, the temperatures are breaking sixty, and the calendar is turning to March. That’s right, we’re out of the darkness of winter and are heading into that sweet, wet season of spring. While lots of us are looking forward to the release of the bracket for March Madness, anot...

Pyeongchang Olympic Village

Elijah Hudson, Staff Writer

February 23, 2018


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Two thousand nine hundred and fifty-two athletes are competing in this year’s 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Many of them will be living in South Korea for at least a week.  Where do they stay? A large majority of the athletes stay at what is called the Olympic Village. The Village consists of eight a...

Delphi Bracketology prepares for competition

Delphi Bracketology prepares for competition

Elijah Hudson, Staff Writer

February 22, 2018


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Delphi Community High School is well known in the sports world for its Bracketology Club. The club gained fame after being National Bracket Champions in 2016, and being featured on CBS television during the national broadcast of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. Bracketology Club began fou...

South Korean fashion

South Korean fashion

Kristina Powlen, Staff writer

February 22, 2018


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South Korea is a beautiful country with beautiful traditions. One of the traditions they have includes the type of clothing they wear. Whenever there are celebrations, such as Chuseok ("Autumn eve", once known as hangawi, is a major harvest festival and a three-day holiday in South Korea), Seollal (Korea...

The power of inspirational quotes

The power of inspirational quotes

Dacota Shockley, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018


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Everyone has something that gets them through the day: coffee, friends, family, a significant other, God, or possibly even food. For me, it’s reading inspirational quotes. The month of February brings forth a lot of emotions to our small community, and I just want you all to know that every single o...

Food in South Korea

Food in South Korea

Holly Cosgray, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018


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As you’re sitting down to watch the 2018 Winter Olympics, you’re probably eating something. Whether that be nachos, pizza, hamburgers, or wings, it’s probably a “traditional” American meal. However, the athletes in Pyeongchang are surrounded by a totally different culture, and if there’s...

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