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Read this book now: In All Ways

Read this book now: In All Ways

Emily Hudson, staff writer

March 13, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Our generation loves reading young adult novels. Authors can’t seem to write enough of them. That is why our Delphi Community High School seniors Bella McGill and Carol Johnson have written their own. I am positive that I could never read enough of these romantic, touching stories, and if you are anyt...

Dear senior,

Hannah Irelan, Editor

March 2, 2017


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Dear Senior,   We aren’t kids anymore. Instead of chasing lightning bugs, we’re chasing scholarships. When we should be out with friends, we’re home studying. When it’s 1 A.M. and we should be asleep, we’re hitting our 3rd cup of coffee. “Welcome to senior year,” they sai...

Meet your student body

Emily Hudson, staff writer

March 1, 2017


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Aden Sinks, Freshman What is your spirit animal? I don't have a spirit animal Where are you on a typical Friday night? At home What is your favorite movie? The Usual Suspects Do you have a goal for the next year? Participate in Solo and Ensemble for Band What makes you excited? Do...

Tips to leave Barnes & Noble

Bella McGill, Editor

February 24, 2017


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Barnes & Noble―the magical place that has books, coffee, and comfy chairs to enjoy said books and coffee. Who could ever want to leave? How can you make yourself leave? The answer: you can’t. Usually, for me, it requires my mother telling me that we need to leave now and at least one more circl...

What’s the Student Section even Saying?

What’s the Student Section even Saying?

Katie Gear, staff writer

February 16, 2017


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It’s a typical Friday night, the stands are swarmed with the students and the parents of the basketball players. Everyone seems to just be mumbling meaningless chants without really knowing what words are being projected out of their mouths. JR Dyer tries his best to inform the rest of the Oracle ...

Delphi’s Cutest Couples

Ariel Wolfe, editor

February 15, 2017


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Cheese ball cards, heart-shaped candies, and an overabundance of rose bouquets have been sighted all over the nation once again in the light of the upcoming holiday. Valentine’s day―in some it evokes excitement and in others it evokes vomit. While Valentine’s Day isn’t for everyone, some inno...

Delphi students impress ISSMA judges

Delphi students impress ISSMA judges

Emily Hudson, staff writer

February 9, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Each year, at the end of January, students from the Delphi high school and middle school band and choir participate in the Indiana State School Music Association (ISSMA) solo and ensemble contest. These musicians practice their songs and try to reach perfection. Each soloist or group performer stands in f...

Why is there a teacher wearing jeans?

Ariel Wolfe, editor

February 6, 2017


Filed under Student Life

A few weeks ago, at a Wednesday morning faculty meeting,  DCHS teachers were told about a unique opportunity, a chance to rewind their internal clocks to their high school selves and put themselves back into the shoes of a student . . . literally. Yes, teachers are being encouraged to return to their g...

Senior Spotlight: Lui Knives

Senior Spotlight: Lui Knives

Emilee Gear, Editor

January 31, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Parnassus’ selection for the Senior Spotlight this time around was decided on the 12th grader who could best one-hand clap, with Luis Nieves taking home the W.  We don’t really know much about Luis other than his eloquent ability to one-hand clap (which is actually quite impressive because I just...

Delphi students and staff attend Women’s Marches

Delphi students and staff attend Women’s Marches

Bella McGill, Editor

January 31, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

News of the Women’s Marches have dominated television, the internet, and newspapers for the past week. From Washington D.C. to Dublin to Tokyo, an estimated two million people marched to support women’s rights. Of those two million people, several of them were Delphi Community High School students,...

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