The Student News Site of Delaware Valley High School

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The Student News Site of Delaware Valley High School

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The Student News Site of Delaware Valley High School

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Golden Globes’ host faces backlash

Maddie Gifford, Community News Editor February 7, 2024

On Jan. 7, the 80th Golden Globe Awards was broadcasted live at 5 p.m. on streaming services all over the country. This year's Golden Globes was hosted by Jo Koy, an American stand-up comedian and actor....

Michigan Wolverines win National Championship 34-13

Michael Helt, Online Editor February 7, 2024

On Jan. 8, the No. 1 ranked Michigan Wolverines defeated the No. 2 ranked Washington Huskies 34-13 in Houston en route to their tenth National Championship victory. It is their first championship title...

Stanley fanatics inflict chaos, fight over new Stanley tumblers

Emma Ciancio, Opinions Editor February 7, 2024

As Valentine's day approaches, companies are putting their own loving touch on certain products. As the Stanley tumbler gains popularity due to the overwhelming fact that it was on almost every mom’s,...

Collegiate Update: Joe Casella

Brian Rodriguez-Hernandez, World News Editor February 7, 2024

Joe Casella graduated from Delaware Valley High School in 2020. He began wrestling as a freshman and went on to Districts twice. He also placed sixth in Regionals during his senior year.  He is currently...

FBLA members stand proudly after winning in the participation and speech category.

53 DV FBLA members qualify for States at Regionals

Siasia Bean, Science & Technology Co-Editor January 31, 2024

Members of the FBLA attended the Region 22 conference held on Jan. 11th at the University of Scranton. Among those who participated, 53 placed in their respective categories and qualified for the State...

Holiday Crafternoon spreads creativity, cheer

Shayla Macaulay-Dech, Entertainment Co-Editor December 19, 2023

On Dec. 2, the National Art Honors Society (NAHS) held an afternoon at the high school for children to participate in holiday-themed arts and crafts. The event was called the “Holiday Crafternoon”...

Teachers pose for a picture in front of the sign for “The Great Gatsby”

English teachers enjoy new ‘The Great Gatsby’ musical

Shayla Macaulay-Dech, Entertainment Co-Editor December 19, 2023

English teachers from both the high school and middle school took a trip to the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey, to see a musical adaptation of the book “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott...

Warriors lose in second round of States to Imhotep Panthers

Emma Ciancio, Opinions Editor December 8, 2023

The Warriors lost to the Imhotep Panthers in the second round of states 31-7 on Nov. 25. The Warriors winning streak was cut short after 10 games. The last time the Warriors made it to the second round...

10th annual Veteran’s Day Dinner honored local soldiers

Hailey Kelly, Arts & Lit Editor December 5, 2023

On Nov. 9, the club Junior Historians hosted their 10th annual Veteran’s Day Dinner to honor the men and women who have served our country. There were approximately 85 veterans who attended this event. “The...

The Mock Trial team placed fourth at Pocono Mountain West High School in the Monroe County Bar Association Mock Trial Invitational Tournament.

Mock Trial team places fourth in latest tournament

Olivia Van Tassell, Community News Co-Editor December 4, 2023

The Mock Trial team placed fourth out of 13 teams in the Monroe County Bar Association Mock Trial Invitational Tournament at Pocono Mountain West High School on Nov. 18.  They had two teams compete,...

Spanish students enjoy performance in New York City

Gia Scimeca, Arts & Lit Co-Editor December 4, 2023

On Nov. 15, there was a Spanish trip where 56 Spanish 4 and AP Spanish students visited the Repertorio Español theater in New York City to watch “La Gringa,” a play about a Puerto-Rican American woman...

Christopher U’Glay overcomes, receives D1 offer

Eric Pol, Contributing Writer November 9, 2023

After many months of waiting, and years of dedication, senior Christopher U’Glay, a star member of the boys varsity volleyball team, earned an offer from Merrimack College, a Division 1 school in Massachusetts. ...

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