Monthly Archives: January 2014

Delsea Boys’ Tennis Winter Training

By Lance Fletcher (From Left: Connor Coulburn, Jake Moore, Sal Gaetano, Austin Rabut, Jake Lachowicz, and Phil Quinn) As the winter air remains at extremely cold temperatures, Delsea’s Boys’ Tennis team is warming up for the season. From January to … Continue reading

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A Review of the novel The Story of Edgar Sawtelle

By Heather Simon The Story of Edgar Sawtelle is a tale of a young boy and the struggles he faces growing up. He fights with his mother, deals with loss and betrayal, and finds out who his true companions are. … Continue reading

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Abuse of Prescription Drugs Up by 33% in Teens

by Shibin Benjamin A recent national survey highlighted startling new trends in teen prescription drug abuse. A partnership of the MetLife Foundation and Drugfree.org confirmed that one in four teens have abused or misused a prescription drug at least once … Continue reading

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College Housing. What’s Right for You?

Kayla Green Choosing where to go to college is one of the most important decisions one will have to make to begin life as an adult. It is an exciting step to take, yet there are other large decisions to … Continue reading

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The Making of a Musical- A behind-the-scenes look at Shrek!

By: Tara Dalton Although the play isn’t until March, much preparation has already been undertaken in order to make the show one of Delsea’s best. The main driving force behind the show selection, fundraising and creative vision is the one … Continue reading

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“Teens for Teens” – Delsea DECA

By Tori Urbano The Delsea Regional High School’s DECA chapter is one of a kind! With every year increasing in participants, Delsea has hit its all-time high with over 200 members. DECA houses some of the brightest and most successful … Continue reading

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Opinion – Transferring During Senior Year

By Katie Kawka Back in elementary school, teachers used to love playing episodes of Magic School Bus to try to make learning more interesting. Watching a class of kids go on unrealistic field trips in a magical school bus was … Continue reading

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