• January 30Prom Fashion show rescheduled to Feb. 3

  • January 4Stay safe and warm in these cold temperatures!

  • January 4It's always a great day to be an Oracle!

Bracket Busters: Teams that could bust your bracket

Bracket Busters: Teams that could bust your bracket

Joe Perry, Sports writer

March 18, 2019


Filed under Showcase, Sports

March Madness is here. That’s right. The single-best sporting event in the world is upon us (sorry, not sorry, World Cup fans).  Last year’s tournament captivated the nation. After all, how could it not? The 2018 tournament started with #16 UMBC’s historic beatdown on #1 Virginia and ended with S...

How to get the perfect spring break body

How to get the perfect spring break body

Katlyn Sherinian

March 13, 2019


Filed under Feature, Showcase

Spring break is coming around the corner. The increase in temperature has a direct correlation to the decrease in clothing. I picked up that tidbit of information in Algebra class—thanks Mr. Painter. Showing more skin to the world can make people self conscious for having human bodies and not Barbie bod...

Spring Break mishaps and how to avoid them

Spring Break mishaps and how to avoid them

Elizabeth Walker, Staff Writer

March 13, 2019


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

There’s nothing better than being on Spring Break, going down to Florida, and jumping in the nice refreshing water . . . until your bikini top comes off when you try and cannon ball into the pool. Yes, Spring Break can be the best time of the year, but if you’re not careful, there are some things ...

Oracle Overview: Week 8

Oracle Overview: Week 8

March 6, 2019


Filed under Oracle Overview, Showcase

Oracle Overview is a new biweekly update from the entire Parnassus staff. It showcases what is happening in the school, from clubs to teachers, and academics to art.

Free market could be the savior for American education

Free market could be the savior for American education

Nickolas Roberson, Columnist

February 27, 2019


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

This past month of February, teachers in West Virginia, California, Colorado, Arizona, Kentucky, and Oklahoma have been leaving their classrooms to participate in strikes in the name of increases in teacher wages, compensation, and school funding. Their numbers ranged from the hundreds to the tens o...

The twisted humor of our generation

The twisted humor of our generation

Katlyn Sherinian

February 27, 2019


Filed under Feature, Showcase

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. ...

DCHS English teacher to teach in China over summer

DCHS English teacher to teach in China over summer

Jordan Ladd, editor

February 27, 2019


Filed under Feature, Showcase

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...

Stacey Abrams: A voice of unity

Stacey Abrams: A voice of unity

Elijah Hudson, Staff Writer

February 14, 2019


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

On Feb. 5, President Trump delivered his annual State of the Union address from the halls of Congress. Stacey Abrams was chosen for the honor of giving the Democratic response to his speech. The Commander in Chief finished his Presidential address, leaving Stacey Abrams with the nation’s eye. Most m...

Oracle Overview: Week 7

Oracle Overview: Week 7

February 14, 2019


Filed under Oracle Overview, Showcase

Oracle Overview is a new biweekly update from the entire Parnassus staff. It showcases what is happening in the school, from clubs to teachers, and academics to art.

Do subscription boxes hurt socialization?

Do subscription boxes hurt socialization?

Nickolas Roberson, Columnist

February 13, 2019


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

We all enjoy and love the subscription box services and products that we pay for and receive every month. Whether it be shaving products, popular culture merchandise, or even food and water, these services provide easy-to-access, quality goods that are delivered to our very own homes. However, how do...

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