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Books to read over Spring Break

Books to read over Spring Break

Cynthia Rossi and Nick Roberson

March 13, 2019

  Spring Break: a time of relaxation, socializing, and having fun. People host parties for the arrival of cool, dew-filled mornings and relaxing days, and many celebrate the conclusion of another stressful round of schooling. At all of these events, you socialize with peers, friends, and family...

What to do if you’re stuck in Indiana this Spring Break

What to do if you’re stuck in Indiana this Spring Break

Jordan Ladd, editor

March 13, 2019

Spring Break is nearing fast, and everybody seems to have plans. But you may just be sitting home, scrolling on your social media feed, watching all your friends have fun, and  throwing yourself a pity party. If you’re wondering to yourself what to do these days, try some of these suggestions. &...

The twisted humor of our generation

The twisted humor of our generation

Katlyn Sherinian

February 27, 2019

What is dark humor? By definition dark humor is a comic style that makes light of topics that are difficult or painful to discuss. Dark humor memes, also known as ¨dank¨memes” are a favorite of mine because it takes a heavy topic like an unstable mental health and takes away the stigma. ...

2019 Academy Awards ceremony undergoes change in format

2019 Academy Awards ceremony undergoes change in format

Jessica Powlen, staff writer

February 27, 2019

On Feb. 24, the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles held the 91st Academy Awards ceremony.  This was the night of the year we all looked forward to most, where Hollywood’s best actors and actresses united to compete for the golden statue.  But, in recent years, fewer and fewer people have been tuning i...

DCHS English teacher to teach in China over summer

DCHS English teacher to teach in China over summer

Jordan Ladd, editor

February 27, 2019

As school will let out for the summer not too far from now, many students will release their minds from school work. Enjoying the free time, many will work summer jobs, hang out with friends, go on vacation, and of course, soak up the sun rays. But there is one DCHS teacher who, unlike many other teachers...

55 years later: The most influential band of all time

55 years later: The most influential band of all time

Elizabeth Walker, Staff Writer

February 27, 2019

The Beatles first premiered on the Ed Sullivan Show on Feb. 9, 1964. Not long after their migration to America, their music began to flourish in the United States. People all across the nation talked about them, and their popularity continued to increase exponentially. Now, 55 years after The Beatles ...

2019 Grammy award winners

Katlyn Sherinian

February 13, 2019

The 2019 Grammy Awards were presented live on television on Sunday, Feb. 10. You have seen social media: the outrageous outfits, the heartfelt speeches, the show-stopping performances. See below for more highlights from this year's Grammys.    ¨H.E.R¨ by HER won best R&B album ¨Golden Hour¨ by Kacey Musgraves won best country album and...

Effort in high school produces future benefits

Effort in high school produces future benefits

Jessica Powlen, staff writer

February 12, 2019

Getting into the standard high school habit of waiting to get your work done at the last minute, putting the least amount of effort needed into an assignment as possible, or just getting by with a C average grade can be very tempting, and seem like the best option.  However, if you don’t get your work do...

Benefits of felines on humankind

Cynthia Rossi, Staff Writer

February 12, 2019

Cats. Oh, how much love fills my heart when I think of those beautiful creatures. Cats are not only hands-down my favorite animal in the entire world, they are also magnificent, eloquent animals that are just waiting to share their quirks with you. Every cat is so individualistic that owning them makes for quit...

DCHS grad’s book hits Amazon shelves

DCHS grad’s book hits Amazon shelves

Jordan Ladd, editor

February 12, 2019

‘Is a hotdog a sandwich?’ is a question that has gripped the nation in the past few years. With arguments being made for either side of the issue, this is one of the more controversial topics in the country that hasn’t gotten political. Through many arguments and fair points made, everyone has ...

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