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Andrew Schoen, the man, the myth, the legend!

Andrew Schoen, the man, the myth, the legend!

March 7, 2019


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Q: How many chickens would it take to kill an elephant? A: At least 12. Like, bare minimum? 12   Q: What movie completely changes its plot when you change one letter in its title? What’s the new movie about? A: The Bee Movie to The Nee Movie. About an ironically competent knee docto...

Entertainers at State Jazz Contest

Entertainers at State Jazz Contest

Katlyn Sherinian, staff writer

March 4, 2019


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On March 2, the Entertainers went to an ISSMA jazz contest. They have been practicing since the beginning of the year to learn three pieces to perform in Group 1, the toughest group. The songs that they showcased were “A Foggy Day”, “Besame Mucho”, and “Nearness of You.” The Entertainers had...

Spanish Culture Projects

Spanish Culture Projects

Joseph Perry, sports writer

March 4, 2019


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For the third nine weeks, students in Señora Hollingsworth’s Spanish classes were tasked with completing a culture project. Students were given an array of projects to choose from, such as making a piñata or creating a presentation over a famous Spanish individual. While they differed in method a...

Mardi- Gras in French Club

Mardi- Gras in French Club

Cynthia Rossi, staff writer

March 4, 2019


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On Feb. 22, French Club celebrated Mardi Gras a little early. They rejoiced in the holiday by eating several treats themed around the event, such as Nutter Butters designed into colorful masks made by student Anoria Webb. All French classes will be celebrating Mardi Gras on March 5 by bringing in sever...

Anatomy Classes Undertake the Task of Blood Typing

Anatomy Classes Undertake the Task of Blood Typing

Nickolas Roberson, columnist

March 4, 2019


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Mrs. Dennison’s anatomy classes have begun conducting blood work labs. The lab consisted of acquiring fake samples of different patients’ blood, and then placing droplets of different antigens and antibodies onto said blood to see if there would be a reaction. The reaction that could take place is ...

Band Gears up for Dinner Theatre

Band Gears up for Dinner Theatre

Elizabeth Walker, staff writer

March 4, 2019


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On March 8 the Delphi Community High School and Middle School will combine to perform a dinner theatre with a theme. Their theme is classical music, and they’ll be playing pieces from Mozart, Bach, Hayden, and many more. They've been practicing for months, and they will be performing under their band ...

DCHS Staff Exculsive: Mrs. Reef’s Board Messages

DCHS Staff Exculsive: Mrs. Reef’s Board Messages

Jordan Ladd, editor

March 4, 2019


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As student’s pass by the bulletin board near the math pod, they can often see inspiring phrases such as, “You are unique,” or “Be you!” But what people often forget is all the work that goes into the bulletin board. Resource teacher Mrs. Reef has taken it upon herself to decorate and create t...

Delphi Dance Team Goes To State

Delphi Dance Team Goes To State

Jessica Powlen, staff writer

March 4, 2019


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Your Delphi dance team has progressed tremendously with their talents as the year has been reaching its end.  They received 5th in pom and 4th in hip hop at regionals that took place at McCutcheon High School, allowing them to go to state.  In years past, state has taken place at New Castle High School...

Art In DCHS

Art In DCHS

Angel Prince, Writer/Photographer

March 4, 2019


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Whether you are at home or school, you should take a look around at the unique features that the world has to offer. Here at DCHS, there are many forms of art such as the pond in the media center. Not many people realize it, but ample amount of work is put into the ponds design. There are Goldfish, Ple...

Radio Interview With Joseph Perry

Radio Interview With Joseph Perry

Jessica Powlen, staff writer

February 11, 2019


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Joe Perry, junior at Delphi Community High School, had the opportunity to be interviewed by 101.7 FM radio, The Hammer.  He woke up bright and early on Tuesday, Jan. 29, an eLearning day, to speak on the radio via phone at 7:30 a.m.  Joe was chosen for his expertise in bracketology as a key member of the...

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