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The African Library Project

Kristina Powlen, Staff writer

September 22, 2017


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DCHS graduate Chris Bradshaw came to Delphi Community High School last year to express her gratitude for being honored for her efforts on starting multiple libraries in northern Africa. She expressed how much she had grown and had been inspired from pursuing her program: “The African Library Project...

Hurricanes and tropical storms pummel Caribbean and southern U.S.

Hurricanes and tropical storms pummel Caribbean and southern U.S.

Hannah McCleskey, staff writer

September 12, 2017


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In the last ten days, Hurricane Harvey has done devastating damage to Mexico and Texas, and Hurricane Irma has demolished the Caribbean Islands. Currently Irma is heading toward Florida with tropical storm Jose not far behind. As Irma approaches, people along the coast are preparing for a battle with...

Project: solar power

Project: solar power

Kristina Powlen and Emily Hudson

September 10, 2017


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The Delphi Community School Corporation has almost completed its brightest idea yet. In an interview with Superintendent Briles, Parnassus got the scoop on the new solar project. If students are curious as to why the school is more lit this year, it’s from the new and improved LED lights installed in prep...

Mayor Evans needs you

Mayor Evans needs you

Kristina Powlen and Emily Hudson

August 24, 2017


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Mayor Shane Evans called upon Delphi Community High School to contribute to his vision for Delphi. The mayor has created a Strategic Planning push to outline the future goals of our town. His goals include that of residential improvements, commercial recruitment and expansion, and beautification propositions...

France’s new president

Hannah Alexander, Staff Writer

May 12, 2017


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On May 7, the people of France officially chose their newest president, Emmanuel Macron. Macron was elected with 66% of the votes. He ran against far-right politician Marine Le Pen, who won 34% of the votes, which is the highest ever received by her nationalist party. Macron started out as the underdog, h...

7,000 bodies found at the University of Mississippi

7,000 bodies found at the University of Mississippi

Carol Johnson, staff writer

May 10, 2017


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When construction workers broke ground to make road repairs on the University of Mississippi’s campus in 2013, they were not expecting what they found. Using radar technology, they discovered what appeared to be 66 coffins. In 2014, 1,000 more bodies were discovered on the campus as construction started...

The “Mother of all Bombs” has been dropped

Hannah Alexander, Staff Writer

April 28, 2017


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On April 13, the U.S. military dropped the biggest, non-nuclear bomb in Afghanistan. The U.S. was targeting a large group of ISIS terrorists. This type of bomb is the first used in battle. The GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb (MOAB), also called the “mother of all bombs,” was dropped at 7...

Last person alive in 1800s dies at age 117

Bella McGill, Editor

April 20, 2017


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The Guinness World Record title-holder for both oldest living woman and oldest living person, Emma Morano, died on April 15, 2017 in Verbania, Italy. Morano was also officially the last person born in the 1800s, having been born on Nov. 29, 1899. The oldest of eight children, several of whom reached one hundre...

Chemical attacks in Syria

Hannah Alexander, Staff Writer

April 12, 2017


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On April 4, Syria was hit with one of the worst chemical attacks the country has ever experienced. More than 80 people were killed in the rebel held town of Khan Sheikhoun. Many witnesses report seeing warplanes flying above the city. One witness even reports seeing one of the planes actually drop a ...

Vatican v. Pope Francis

Hannah Alexander, Staff Writer

March 16, 2017


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Four years ago, Jorge Bergoglio, archbishop of Buenos Aires, took the vows in Vatican City to become Pope Francis. He has quickly become known as the most liberal pope ever, speaking positively about gay marriage, breastfeeding in public, and forgiveness after abortion. However, the Vatican has had e...

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