Senior Spotlight: Dean Iunghuhn

This week’s senior spotlight features Dean Iunghuhn and a behind the scenes look at his life outside the school and as an Oracle. Dean’s favorite subject in school is history with Mr. T. (Who wouldn’t love that class with such a fun teacher?) Dean plays one sport for Delphi, golf, and shot his best round to date last year in the conference tournament at Deer Track. A fun fact about Dean is that he has never had a school lunch in his life. I don’t necessarily blame him because nothing beats a turkey and cheese sandwich from mom. It is probably safe to say that the lunches are his least favorite thing about the school, but the one thing Dean enjoys the most here at Delphi is the LMC. Outside of school, Dean has a job at Hollister where he works at the register, hangs new clothes, and helps people find items they need. If Dean isn’t working or in school, he likes to play golf with friends, ride his bike, play on his PC, and drive around the country roads of rural Indiana. He also has a dog named Oliver and a cat named Lebeau. After school Dean plans on going to college for computer science. He would like to get a job in a bigger city but he’s unsure which city that might be and what specific position he would want to take. Dean is excited to graduate high school but is also nervous about the big world because there are still some things he has yet to figure out. With all of our seniors, we hate to say goodbye, but we love to watch them leave and go do great things in the world. 

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