Monthly Archives: March 2015

Student Government will host the 20th Annual Mr. Delsea

by Eileen Lipschultz On April 9th, 2015, Delsea Regional’s Student Government will be hosting their 20th Annual Mr. Delsea Pageant. Each year the Student Government goes to all the senior homerooms and hands out applications to anyone interested in applying … Continue reading

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DID YOU SAY FOUR-DAY SCHOOL WEEK?

By Stephanie Porlucas It seems as if every Sunday night, someone on Twitter or Facebook feels the need to post a status concerning their wishes of having a longer weekend and shorter school week. In 120 different school districts across … Continue reading

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The High Cost of Higher Education

by Philip Quinn College: it’s a thought that is bound to cross each and everyone of our minds during our high school careers; however, only about seventy-eight percent of Delsea students pursue further education after high school. In the mind … Continue reading

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Pentatonix Continues Its Rise in 2015

By Jess Kelleher Between going platinum for an album, winning a Grammy, and beginning another tour, the a cappella group, Pentatonix, has been incredibly busy within the last year. The group’s members, Scott Hoying, Mitch Grassi, Kirstie Maldonado, Avi Kaplan, … Continue reading

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Delsea’s Concert Band Participates in First Festival

By Brianne Sgorlon Beginning what is hopefully a new tradition, Delsea’s concert band participated in the South Jersey Band & Orchestra Directors Association (SJBODA) Concert Band Festival. This was the first concert band competition that our school has attended. Under … Continue reading

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Project Iraq

By Trevor Smolsky Nineteen thousand soldiers from the United States have either been wounded or killed in action in the Middle East during the course of Operation Iraqi Freedom, and subsequent combat around the region. But what are we as … Continue reading

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A Day of Music

By: Sophia Conners Delsea experienced an elementary and middle school takeover on March 25th, as the first ever district-wide band workshop took place at the high school. Music students from grades 4-8 were invited for a day of performances and … Continue reading

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