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The Senior Year that Almost Was
Features, Seniors

The Senior Year that Almost Was

By Brett Shearer We’ve faced a lot of hardship this year, as a school, but also for the senior class. Previous senior classes have had a lot to think about, between maintaining their grades, preparing for college, and making peace with a chapter closing on their lives.  This year, however, the seniors had to deal…

21 Tips to Underclassmen From Seniors
Features, Seniors

21 Tips to Underclassmen From Seniors

By Sabrina McElyea After 13 years of schooling, the Class of 2021 is finally ready to graduate. Along the way they have made mistakes and have learned from them. Because of these mistakes and their years of schooling, they have plenty of tips for underclassmen.  Aidan Kissick says that you should get a head start…

Two Decades of Progress
Features, Seniors

Two Decades of Progress

By Grayson Zoller Twenty-one years ago, the class of 2000 graduated. This year, the class of 2021 will graduate. A lot has changed since the new millennium has begun, and things are set to change still. In 2000, the Nokia 3310 was the phone to have, and the concept of a smartphone was nonexistent. Now,…

Saying Goodbye
Features, Seniors

Saying Goodbye

By Abby Rouse As Delta High School’s Class of 2021 anticipates walking up to get their diplomas, they are not just leaving behind a memory. Many of the upcoming graduates are leaving behind a bond that cannot be broken.  As there are many siblings at Delta, it is hard for some to admit they actually…

Help Delta and Yorktown Smash Cancer!
Features, Girls Tennis, Sports

Help Delta and Yorktown Smash Cancer!

By Adam Altobella After a year without the event, the 9th annual SmashCancer girls’ tennis match will take place on Tuesday, May 4 at the Delta High School tennis courts. During this annual event, two passionate girls’ tennis rivals, Delta and Yorktown, will put their differences aside to compete in the honor, and memory, of…

8,000-Mile Journey
Features

8,000-Mile Journey

By Grace Richardson Freshman Hajjer Al-Shohaty (pronounced hah-jur) is a Yemeni-American who’s been all around the world.  She’s lived in five different countries (Yemen, Canada, Saudi Arabia, UAE and now the U.S.) and attended many different schools. In addition to English, she speaks Arabic. Hajjer moved to Delta earlier this year but had previously visited…

Grace Hollars and the Wonderful World of Photography
Features

Grace Hollars and the Wonderful World of Photography

By Nathan Sites Once she was sitting in a seat in Mr. Tim Cleland’s classroom, waiting for the hour to end, interested in what was being taught. Now she is in the crowd at the Olympics, snapping photos for the ages. Grace Hollars is a 2015 Delta High School graduate who now works as a…

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…

From Younger Sister to Babysitter
Features, Sports

From Younger Sister to Babysitter

By Shay Crow The players bound off the basketball court as the coach calls a time-out. One of the most important people on the team starts sliding buckets right next to players in the huddle.  One girl. Three sports. Four years.  A Delta student often has homework for five classes each night, but for some,…

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