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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…

Mr. Mann Counts on Faith as He Battles Cancer
Features, News

Mr. Mann Counts on Faith as He Battles Cancer

By Nathan Sites Mr. Reece Mann, the superintendent of Delaware Community Schools, was at a doctor’s appointment for a checkup. He was expecting to go home healthy. That was not the case.  Instead, Mr. Mann was informed that he had a dangerous cancer, cholangiocarcinoma. This is a rare cancer of the bile ducts in the…

Mission of a Lifetime
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Mission of a Lifetime

By Caleb Elliott “What I saw over there wasn’t something I was prepared for.”  This is what junior Brad Shue said about his first out of country mission trip. In the summer of 2019, he spent two weeks in Kenya distributing medicine and helping out with local hospitals.  Shue helped by counting pills and spending…

Terror on the Football Field
Features, Football, Sports

Terror on the Football Field

By Zach Carter In the trenches of the gridiron, one player seeks to wreak havoc on the opposing team’s quarterback. While he sometimes doesn’t get much attention, he never fails to make his presence known on the field.  In mid-December, with students at home in a month-long period of eLearning, an announcement was made that…

Roller Coaster Season, Storybook Ending
Features, Football, Sports

Roller Coaster Season, Storybook Ending

By Adam Navarro  As the final minutes of the Arizona Bowl ticked down, the sideline of the soon-to be victorious Ball State Cardinals was full of emotion. After a roller coaster of a season, all the adversity and uncertainty was about to be validated with the first football bowl victory in program history. It would…

Ready, Set, Shop!
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Ready, Set, Shop!

By Caleb Elliott Since the 1950s people have gone out shopping to see what deals they could get on different products for the holidays. While this seems nice and safe, stores have slipped into chaos with fights for anything people can get their hands on. Some of these stories are found to be abnormal and…

Memory Man
Academics, Features

Memory Man

By Zach Carter On the first day of school, a student asks his history teacher about a random Super Bowl. The teacher tells the class the teams that played the game, the final score, and the Most Valuable Player. The student selects another of the 53 Super Bowls. “Super Bowl X,” the student says. “Oh…

Students Making a Difference in Communities
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Students Making a Difference in Communities

By Gaige Winchester Levi Shelley says volunteering during the holidays serving meals at the Young Women’s Christian Association is his most memorable community service experience. It made people genuinely smile and helped them enjoy the holidays in ways they normally wouldn’t be able to. Ashleigh Brelage says her most memorable community service experience was working…

‘A Melting Pot’ in Room 226
Academics, Features

‘A Melting Pot’ in Room 226

By Adam Altobella When others flip through her family’s photo albums, they see a variety of faces that seem to be unrelated. However, when she sees these photos, she recognizes the hard work, hope, and dedication that have led to her existence and values.  Although people frequently look upon their ancestors as family members that…

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