Academics

Wire to Wire: Alyssa Gregory Leads Class Rankings
Academics, Seniors

Wire to Wire: Alyssa Gregory Leads Class Rankings

By Adam Navarro The 2020-21 school year has been anything but normal, especially for the senior class of 2021. Between the usual hassle of senioritis and applying for scholarships, they’ve had to deal with face masks, e-Learning and quarantines.  Through it all, though, Alyssa Gregory reigns as valedictorian. In fact, she never spent so much…

Seniors Leaving the Nest
Academics, Seniors

Seniors Leaving the Nest

By Adam Altobella As he swiftly types his password into the admissions portal, he thinks about how this admissions decision will allow him to leave Muncie in favor of a much different environment. After the brief, anxious wait, he learns that he has been admitted to the college of his dreams. The Muncie community has…

The Show Must Go On
Academics, News

The Show Must Go On

STORY UPDATE: The new dates for the play have been set.  There will be two performances of Fools.  The shows will be 7 p.m. Friday, April 9 and 2 p.m. Saturday, April 10. By Gaige Winchester “Their dedication is unbelievable … because they get out of school at 3:30 and they’d be here until 9:30…

Teacher by Day, Student by Night
Academics, Features

Teacher by Day, Student by Night

By Sabrina McElyea For English teacher Mr. James Lodl, when school ends, school begins. He teaches English 11 and 12 at Delta High School. He is working on finishing his master’s degree in English through Ball State University.  “I wanted to expand what I could teach and how I could teach it, so a master’s…

News About News
Academics

News About News

By Grayson Zoller For the first two periods of school, they’re working around the clock to get a show together. This is what the start of the morning looks like for the Eagle Zone News team.  These students are dedicated to providing a news broadcast and other video related projects each and every day. They…

English Teacher Makes Life-Changing Decision
Academics, Features

English Teacher Makes Life-Changing Decision

By Adam Navarro  Just over a year ago, English teacher Andrew Richardson was at Community North Hospital in Indianapolis with his wife. He was there because his wife was signing up to have gastric bypass surgery. He was just along for the ride, or so he thought. “My wife wanted to get it done. I…

Back In Business
Academics

Back In Business

By Abby Rouse As COVID-19 came sweeping through this past school year, the option of virtual was put to use. Virtual could be better or more difficult depending on the students’ preferences.  As 89 students started virtual the first semester, 50 kids are remaining virtual this second semester.  As a few Delta students talked  it…

Bee Extraordinary
Academics, Features

Bee Extraordinary

By Adam Altobella He meticulously slips on his protective equipment piece-by-piece, and despite this extra weight fastened to his body, he joyfully leaves his home. As he walks through his family’s wild prairie, he hears the sweet tune of bees nearby. Once he arrives at the source of this crescendo of buzzing, he quickly looks…

An Artist’s Journey to Inspire
Academics, Features

An Artist’s Journey to Inspire

By Eleni Bow “Some students have a class they look forward to every day. For me, that class became art.” – Mr. Chad Steele He sits at a large table, bent over a discombobulated figure. His fingers spread a new layer of paper pulp over the sculpture. He’s been making art for years, hoping to…

Choir Makes Peace with Lost Opportunity
Academics, News

Choir Makes Peace with Lost Opportunity

By Shayla Crow Imagine a call or an email saying that your class is able to perform at the presidential inauguration. This would be a huge performance that only a few schools have gotten the chance to do.  Since COVID-19 started, it has been taking away multiple opportunities but also giving some for some people….

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