Give Kids the World

Give Kids the World

Holly Cosgray, Staff Writer

August 29, 2017


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This past June a group from the Delphi United Methodist Church went on a mission trip to Give Kids the World in Kissimmee, Florida. Give Kids the World is a non-profit organization serving terminally ill children between the ages 3-18 and their families all around the world. The organization and its...

Surprising benefits to playing dungeons and dragons

Surprising benefits to playing dungeons and dragons

Amanda McCarty, Staff Writer, Videographer

August 29, 2017


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When you hear about Dungeons and Dragons, you probably imagine middle-aged adults, dressed up in medieval clothes, gathered around a large table in a dimly lit basement, rolling dice and eating junk food. But there is so much more to it than the stereotypical nerdiness. There are plenty of beneficial...

The Pixar theory proves Pixar as one universe

The Pixar theory proves Pixar as one universe

Jordan Ladd, staff writer

August 29, 2017


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Caution: Contains spoilers. Read at your own risk!   “Every Pixar movie is connected. I can explain how, and possibly why.” Starting with those words, blog writer and theorist Jon Negroni made his case for what may be one of the biggest movie theories of all time. AKA, The Pixar Theory. ...

An open letter to my first friend

An open letter to my first friend

Dacota Shockley, Staff Writer

August 28, 2017


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Dear First Friend, It is senior year. I find myself reflecting a lot more than usual. I reflect on who has been by my side, the decisions I have made, and multiple pepperoni pizzas I have eaten.. I also reflect on all of the people who have impacted me on this journey through adolescence. At this point,...

10 Reasons to acquire a hammock

10 Reasons to acquire a hammock

Seth Mesaros, Staff writer

August 28, 2017


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  Able to chill basically anywhere   When you are a looking for a place to chill and you don't want to lay on the ground, you just need to find two sturdy posts of a sort and tie a couple knots and you're set.   A deeper sleep is achievable   Sleeping in a bed is good and ...

My name is Hannah, and this is my life philosophy

Hannah Irelan, Editor

May 20, 2017


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  For three years, you’ve read my articles, and on the rare occasion, you’ve seen me on Webshow Wednesday. (I was held against my will.) You know about my opinions, some of them anger you, I’m sure. For any who know me, you’re aware that my opinions stretch much further than the Parnassus...

Why the Indiana Dunes should be checked off your bucket list

Why the Indiana Dunes should be checked off your bucket list

Katie Gear, staff writer

May 15, 2017


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Did you know that only 116 miles away, right at the tippy top of Indiana, we have had quite the treasure just sitting there hanging out since 1916. Colonel Richard Liber was a businessmen in Indianapolis until he thought that the 15,000 acres of sand and shore should become a state park. Then he traded i...

Why Moe’s is better than Chipotle

Why Moe’s is better than Chipotle

Ariel Wolfe, editor

May 11, 2017


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Many people know me to be an open-minded person. I seldom voice my opinion on most matters unless asked and even then I’m usually a member on the fence. When I do speak out about what I believe, you should know that it is something I am dearly passionate about. One of those things just so happens to...

Cinco De Mayo

Jacob Clouser, Sports writer

May 8, 2017


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The 4th of May has come and gone, and now May 5th has arrived. This is not just any regular day though; it is more popular in Mexico, but May 5th is Cinco De Mayo. Many people do not quite know why this day is celebrated. May 5th is celebrated because in 1862 the Mexican Army defeated the French in th...

Countdown to our vacation

Countdown to our vacation

Emily Hudson, staff writer

May 8, 2017


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There are seventeen days until the last day of school and just twelve school days left till the end. With summer so near, we can look ahead to what will fill these final days. There are the typical things to do, like shop for cute summer clothes and make plans with friends, but then there are the less gl...

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