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Shout-out: The ideal spring break

Shout-out: The ideal spring break

Ava Charnley, Staff writer

March 11, 2020

As spring break draws closer, the fascination about getting away from the places that you are always near becomes stronger. You hear your friends talking about where they are going to go. As I listen, it tends to make me fantasize about my dream spring break: a book in hand, and me laying in the hot ...

Student shout out: childhood books

Student shout out: childhood books

Grace O'Neil, Staff writer

March 4, 2020

Most everyone had that one childhood book. The one that was read over and over again. Requested for every night. Eventually the spine would break and the pages would tear with so much loving use. After rediscovering a personal childhood favorite of mine, it got my gears turning. Thus we asked studen...

Student shout out: homemade or store bought gifts

Student shout out: homemade or store bought gifts

Grace O'Neil, Staff writer

February 19, 2020

 Gift giving has been around since the beginning of human life. We have used gifts to show our love and express our feelings for centuries. Nowadays, there is a surplus of stuff that can be used for gift giving, but the question remains: is a store bought gift better than a homemade gift? To answer...

DCHS Valentine’s Day Couple Spotlights

DCHS Valentine’s Day Couple Spotlights

Elizabeth Walker and Elyse Perry

February 13, 2020

Every Valentine's Day season, Parnassus takes to the hallways of DCHS to seek out some of our school's couples. We have highlighted a couple from each class, a crossover class couple, a faculty couple, a bromance, and a womance. You've seen these couples walking down the hall and sitting together at...

Are group projects really that bad?

Are group projects really that bad?

Grace O'Neil, Staff writer

February 5, 2020

Group projects. I'm sure that explaining the premise of group projects is pointless since most everyone has done a group project at least once in their life.Most times the project is long-term and involves a lot of work, so it makes sense to assign it to a group of people, the point being to divide and c...

Valentine’s Day: YEA or NAY

Valentine’s Day: YEA or NAY

Ava Charnley, Staff writer

February 5, 2020

With Valentine’s Day coming soon, and the chocolate treats and boxes of Valentine’s hitting the shelves, it makes you wonder: What do most people actually think of this holiday? So, with that in mind, I talked to a few students here, asking them:  Yea or nay to Valentine’s Day? Here is what some Delphi s...

Students shout-out: My personal space

Students shout-out: My personal space

Ava Charnley, Staff writer

January 22, 2020

Teenagers have a place they call "home,” a place where they can unwind and be by themselves. For most teenagers it is their room or their car. For others this personal space could be their backyard or hunting grounds. Many people believe this is the place they get to relax and express themselves. I...

A touchdown for Riley

Michael O'Neil, videographer

October 17, 2019

On Friday, Oct. 18, senior Riley Lowder will be honored at senior night for his dedication and enthusiasm for the Delphi football program. At 7:00, right before kickoff, he and 10 teammates of his choosing will get to run a play he drew up to score a touchdown. Make sure to be there to congratulate h...

Why school rules are necessary

Why school rules are necessary

Jessica Powlen, Staff writer

October 9, 2019

For years there has been an ongoing conflict among students and faculty about the school rules and regulations at Delphi Community High School.  The main issue debated around our school is the dress code. I understand that many students prefer to display their personality through exploring new looks, ra...

Homecoming Week Schedule

Homecoming Week Schedule

Elijah Hudson, Staff Writer

September 16, 2019

Spirit Week Dress-Up Days   Monday - PJ Day Tuesday - College Day Wednesday - Stop Light (Oldest Child - Red, Middle Child - Yellow, Youngest Child - Green) Thursday - Jersey Day Friday - Black Out   Wednesday, Sept. 18: Boys’ powder-puff volleyball is at 5:45 P....

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