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Issue 6 Distribution on April 18
The Student News Site of Delaware Valley High School

Del.Aware

The Student News Site of Delaware Valley High School

Del.Aware

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Time to Shine

Julie Hopper, Amateur Writer May 7, 2024

Prologue I was not pleased. I may be considered dramatic at times, but this was all new territory. My brother has been taught well. (He was taught by me, but that's beside the point.) It started on a...

Art students compete in 2024 Scholastic Art & Writing competition

April 5, 2024

Students from a variety of art classes submitted pieces to the Scholastic Art & Writing competition, winning a total of 25 awards with 18 different students receiving awards. Their artwork was due...

Future star in the making: Bella Como

Future star in the making: Bella Como

Michael Elaro, World News Co-Editor February 2, 2024

Junior Isabella Como has grown up with music in her life, and now she is pursuing it herself. Her father, along with several other family members, was once a musician, which pushed Bella to start singing...

Ugg slippers continue to rise in popularity

Kat Quinn, Community News Editor April 11, 2023

Ugg boots and slippers have been well known since the early 2000s, but in particular, the demand for the Tasman slippers has recently increased. These slippers are popular among teenagers and are worn...

44 DV art students win scholastic award

44 DV art students win scholastic award

Roxann Cauchi, Arts & Lit Co-Editor January 30, 2023

The DV art students submitted pieces for the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards this past November.  Out of 2,410 total applicants, 44 DV students won an art award.  Two students won an American Vision...

This is an example of a previous art award winner.

2023 marks 100th year of Scholastic Art, Writing Awards

James Zayatz, World News Editor January 18, 2023

On Dec. 12, the art submission period for the Scholastic Art Awards came to a close. All pieces submitted before the deadline will be judged in January of 2023. The winners will be displayed in an art...

The Milford Theater hosts Readers & Writers Festival

The Milford Theater hosts Readers & Writers Festival

Hailey Kelly, Art & Lit Editor October 18, 2022

     On Aug. 16, 17 and 18, The Milford Theater hosted the Readers and Writers Festival to help bring art to the community and bring readers and writers together. “Through collaboration, the board...

Spotlight Writer: Paige Gualandi

Roxann Cauchi, Arts & Lit Co-Editor October 18, 2022

     Senior Paige Gualandi began writing after reading and studying playbooks and shows.       “I get the best writing when I’m in a good headspace,” Paige.      She writes at a teacher’s...

Spotlight Writer: Josué Bandala

Reilly Ziolkowski, Arts & Literature Editor March 11, 2022

Sophomore Josue Bandala has always perceived himself as an amatuer writer.  His preferred writing style is fiction of narrative stories, but he has never had the time for writing in his free time.  “I...

Spotlight Musician: Scott Holderith

Jeongho Koh, Science & Tech Co-Editor March 11, 2022

As a violinist, junior Scott Holderith has been a part of the orchestra ensemble from a young age.  When Scott was in the second grade, he was approached by fifth graders about joining the orchestra....

Spotlight Artist: Sage Henry

Liz Kameen, Editor in Chief March 11, 2022

Sage Henry’s interest in the arts grew exponentially during her freshman year, in which she took a multitude of art classes, such as Drawing I and Foundations of Art, with Mrs. Christine Sweeney and...

Spotlight Writer: Griffen Kowal

Reilly Ziolkowski, Arts & Literature Editor February 7, 2022

Senior Griffen Kowal’s preferred writing style is informal, as it allows him to be more creative and there is no format limiting him.  He was first captivated by writing in fourth grade with  the...

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