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A Day in the life of Abigail Bieghler

A Day in the life of Abigail Bieghler

Michael O'Neil, videographer

April 24, 2019

ieHow do you feel about punctuation in text messages and why? I think that punctuation in text messages is necessary when asking questions and you’re really excited about something. But when it comes to periods, I don’t really them on a regular basis. I use them when texting my par...

DCHS Staff Exclusives: Catering by Courtney

DCHS Staff Exclusives: Catering by Courtney

Jordan Ladd, editor

April 24, 2019

For many students walking down DCHS’ halls, the smell of the Culinary Arts class cooking up new foods is a constant in their commute to classes. Leading the charge of that class is Mrs. Nethercutt, an aficionado of the kitchen herself. Mrs. Nethercutt has had her passion for cooking ever since she was a...

French IV class goes on French bakery trip

French IV class goes on French bakery trip

Nickolas Roberson, columnist

April 24, 2019

This past week, the French IV class went on their long-awaited trip to a French bakery! This trip is only available for the most advanced of the French classes in Delphi, which is, of course, French IV. The students, along with Madame Tyner, spent all day learning how to make croissants, macaroons, ...

AP Testing Schedule

AP Testing Schedule

Joe Perry, sports writer

April 23, 2019

As the weather outside becomes less frightful and more delightful, the AP tests are flocking back to Delphi. That’s right, those beloved, hour long exams are almost here! So, without further ado, here is the schedule for the AP exam:   May 6- AP Government @ 8 am May 8- AP English 12 @ 8 am Ma...

Revival of DECA

Revival of DECA

Katlyn Sherinian, staff writer

April 23, 2019

A high school club called DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) was recently founded by past seniors.  The first few years saw a flourishing club, however, this year the club has not held a single meeting. Nick Roberson wants this to change.  Nick a member of DECA in previous years looks to...

Musical Rescheduled to the Fall

Musical Rescheduled to the Fall

Elizabeth Walker, staff writer

April 23, 2019

After many snow delays and cancellations of practices, Mrs. Cotton has decided to change the scheduling of the play and musical. The musical will now be in the fall and the play will be in spring instead. This may be untraditional, but it is very beneficial for the cast, considering they’ll have more time ...

Tryouts for the Delphi Dance Team

Tryouts for the Delphi Dance Team

Jessica Powlen, staff writer

April 23, 2019

The Delphi dance team’s 2018-19 season is finally over, and now's your chance to be apart of it next year with an amazing group of dancers!  Tryouts will be in the high school gymnasium and are not yet determined but will later be posted. Get ready to bust out some crazy moves on that floor!...

Select Sophomores to take on RYLA

Select Sophomores to take on RYLA

Cynthia Rossi, staff writer

April 23, 2019

On the weekend of April 26-28, a select few from the sophomore class are going to be attending RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) at Camp Tecumseh. Through the RYLA program, chosen students will learn to become better leaders not only in our school, but also in our community. Programs like RYLA a...

Featured Student: Paige Hughes

Featured Student: Paige Hughes

Angel Prince, writer/photographer

April 23, 2019

Have you ever wondered how to hide beauty within a portrait that may look terrifying? This is one of the most common ways of how people who are interested in art express themselves. Regardless if a picture is in black and white or super colorful, we should look for symbols. This portrait has hidden roses ...

Traversing the past: How small actions can influence your family for generations

Traversing the past: How small actions can influence your family for generations

Jordan Ladd, editor

April 17, 2019

Alfred S. Ladd, or Fred as he was better known, was a man without a birthplace. On different federal and state government records, he lists himself as being born in either Pennsylvania, Tennessee, or Minnesota. His occupation? A laborer, and later on a member of the circus—or so it was reported. Before the ...

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