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Students share irrational fears

Students share irrational fears

Elena Morawin, staff writer

January 27, 2013

We all know the symptoms of fear: raising heartbeat, sweating hands, wide-opened eyes and probably a cry that comes out of our mouths before we even realize it. It is surprising how many things humans can be afraid of: darkness, wild animals, lack of ventilation, chaos, numbers, clocks, dentists, work,...

The roller coaster “exchange”

Elena Morawin, staff writer

January 8, 2013

An exchange year is not just an amazing experience – it's like a ride on a roller coaster. Sometimes everything happens too fast to realize what's passing by and then it seems endless. From one second to the other it goes up and down, to the right, to the left. You're scared before it starts, you try...

Veteran teachers note changes over years

Emma Carpenter, staff writer

January 5, 2013

Throughout the years there have been many teachers come and go in the Delphi Community School Corporation. DCHS is fortunate to have teachers who have become very dedicated to our school, and also deeply dedicated to their occupation. Although every school needs new, young blood on occasion, every good...

Hoosier Heartland impacts area business

Shelby Bradshaw and Daniel Martin

January 5, 2013

This fall, one of the most highly anticipated days in Delphi’s history happened: the new highway opened. Finally, people had a new, safe way to get to Lafayette. The Hoosier Heartland Highway (HHH) enables travel from Delphi to Lafayette in roughly fifteen minutes. Great for saving on gas and time. E...

Mrs. Brettnacher bids DCHS farewell

Grace Hampton, staff writer

January 5, 2013

Dec. 21 not only marked the last day before winter break, but also the day Delphi Community High School (DCHS) students and teachers extended their last goodbyes and wishes to 23-year veteran English teacher, Patricia Brettnacher. This truly inspiring and influential woman was a great role model and as...

Senior Karli Edging singing her way to local fame

Adam Clawson, staff writer

January 5, 2013

Every once in a while, someone with remarkable talent comes around. Someone that stands above all others in their field. DCHS senior Karli Edging is one such person. Karli is an incredible singer who has been singing since she was four years old in her church choir. Her voice might have been a little u...

Students weigh in on learning environment

Bryer Houston, staff writer

December 11, 2012

With the year being half way over, many of the unfamiliar changes from last year have set in on the students of DCHS. From changing the schedule completely to adding a fresh, agog set of teachers, the entire atmosphere has changed, according to many students. Senior Keegan Crawford stated, “After being h...

Focus of food on functions

Bryer Houston, Staff Writer

December 11, 2012

What is the first thing that comes to mind in the morning? After a workout? Even after class? For most people, the answer is very simple: food. In our culture today, with our advances in technology and the understanding of the human body, we would be very capable of creating a pill that could provide...

Sassy’s Salon sure to please

Sassy's Salon sure to please

Grace Hampton, Staff Writer

December 10, 2012

Every town needs a sanctuary—a place where individuals and families can go and be pampered, a place to be taken care of. For many in Delphi and surrounding areas—one such sanctuary is Sassy’s Salon. Sassy’s Salon is a place of color and art, of magic and relationships. Looking around at the ...

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