College football is back in Indiana

College football is back in Indiana

Joe Perry, Sports writer

September 14, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

It’s official. College football is back, and the state of Indiana has a lot of high interest teams competing this year. Between IU, Purdue and Notre Dame, it’s easy to find a hometown team to cheer for every Saturday afternoon. However, before you pick up the remote or go to Stub Hub for tickets, ...

9/11 from the perspective of a teenage girl

9/11 from the perspective of a teenage girl

Katie Stanley, guest writer

September 11, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

On Sept. 11, 2001, I wasn’t born. I existed nowhere on this planet. I was born a full nine months after the attacks against our country, but this in no way discredits the events that occured on that day for me, nor should it for anyone else. I believe for many, many reasons, that we should still c...

Hear me out: I’m a feminist

Hear me out: I’m a feminist

Katlyn Sherinian, staff writer

September 5, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

Feminism is the advocacy of equality between genders. Unfortunately, the word feminism  has developed a negative connotation. It has become a running joke that feminists are angry women who hate men. However, feminism is merely the simple idea that the treatment of men and women should be equal. &n...

DCMS hosts twelfth annual triathlon

DCMS hosts twelfth annual triathlon

Elijah Hudson, Sports Writer

August 24, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The 12th annual DCMS triathlon took place Wednesday, September 22.  As always, the event featured a rigorous course consisting of 250 meters of swimming, 5.5 miles of biking, and 2 miles of running. The activity attracted 117 students from Delphi, Clinton Central and Roosevelt. Outcomes of the tria...

Fall sports preview

Fall sports preview

Joe Perry and Elijah Hudson

August 23, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Boys’ Soccer After going 10-7-1 last year, the boys’ soccer team is looking to continue their success this season. The Oracles are a very experienced team as all but two starters are upperclassmen. Senior captains Garrett Tomson and Max Kender are going to be the focal points for offense and defense, ...

Delphi Community High School to undergo renovations

Delphi Community High School to undergo renovations

Jordan Ladd, staff writer

May 2, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

This summer, Delphi Community High School is taking on a big project. The school is planning on renovating part of its plumbing. The plans also include bringing in new flooring, completely renovating the pool, and some exciting additions to the C-Pod. The new renovations to the high school are being led ...

A look at the role of athletic director

A look at the role of athletic director

Joe Perry, Sportswriter

April 25, 2018


Filed under Feature, Showcase

What is an athletic director? The smart alec answer, of course, is “the director of athletics.” Yeah, sure, but just what does that guy do all day? Besides call up his athletic director buddies and watch the weather channel, here’s a look at what Delphi’s athletic director Kevin Sims does, and h...

Sheriff Leazenby illustrates Carroll County’s opioid protocol

Sheriff Leazenby illustrates Carroll County’s opioid protocol

Emily Hudson, Editor

April 24, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

After attending a forum covering the opioid crisis across Indiana, hosted by the Delphi Public Library, many questions surfaced surrounding how Carroll County is handling the presence and effects of opioids in the area. Carroll County Sheriff Tobe Leazenby agreed to participate in an interview and provid...

Worry shapes our lives

Elijah Hudson, Staff Writer

April 23, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

85 percent of things that we worry about will never happen. All that time distraught over something that didn’t affect you negatively. Worrying usually is our minds trying to anticipate bad things that have a possibility of occurring. Excessive worrying often leads to anxiety. The word worry comes from an Old...

Seniors reveal post graduation plans

Seniors reveal post graduation plans

Holly Cosgray, Staff Writer

April 11, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

The number of days left for the seniors at Delphi Community High School are slowing diminishing. They have enjoyed the time spent with friends, the homecoming festivities, and the sporting events; they have almost survived the late nights studying and the hundreds of tests and assignments. Now they look ...

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