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Del.Aware

Issue 3 Distribution on December 22
The Student News Site of Delaware Valley High School

Del.Aware

Del.Aware

Idaho Killer caught and charged

Maddie Gifford, Staff Writer February 1, 2023

On Nov. 13, four University of Idaho students were stabbed to death in their home in Moscow, Idaho. Madison Mogen, 21, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Ethan Chapin, and Xana Kernodle, 20, were the four victims....

Shakira faces “tax fraud” allegations in Spain

Maddie Gifford, Staff Writer December 20, 2022

With millions around the world watching and enjoying the 2022 World Cup, many people are also wondering about the new World Cup song.  One of the official fan festival songs this year is Tukoh...

Jonathan the tortoise celebrates 190th birthday

Jonathan the tortoise celebrates 190th birthday

Roxy Cauchi, Arts & Lit Co-Editor December 7, 2022

Jonathan is a Seychelles giant tortoise, a subspecies of the Aldabra giant tortoise. He is currently the oldest living land animal in the world.   He was taken from the islands of Seychelles in 1882,...

U.S. Army National Guard Blackhawk helicopter captures wreckage of homes and businesses in Pine Island, Florida.

Hurricane Ian creates destruction, leaves nearly three dozen dead

Nick Gelardi, News Editor October 18, 2022

This fall, parts of the United States and Central America have been and still are being ravaged and left devastated by the damage done by tropical storm Hurricane Ian. The continuous need for support from...

This Day in History: Apollo 7 lifts off

This Day in History: Apollo 7 lifts off

James Zayatz, World News Editor October 11, 2022

On this day, 1968, the very first manned Apollo mission, Apollo 7, launched into orbit with three astronauts on board. The three were Walter M. Schirra, Donn F. Eisele and Walter Cunningham. The mission...

This Day in History: Georgia Tech defeats Cumberland University 222-0

James Zayatz, World News Editor October 7, 2022

On this day, 1916, Georgia Tech performed the greatest shutout in college football history, scoring 222 points and giving up none to Cumberland University. The game also set the record for the most points...

This Day in History: The Sultan of Swat sets World Series record

This Day in History: The Sultan of Swat sets World Series record

James Zayatz, World News Editor October 6, 2022

On this day, 1926, Babe Ruth, the Great Bambino, hit three homeruns in a single game of the World Serie to set the record. His team, the Yankees, won the game 10-5 against the St. Louis Cardinals but went...

This Day in History: Model T overtaken by Beetle

This Day in History: Model T overtaken by Beetle

James Zayatz, World News Co-Editor February 17, 2022

On this day, 1972, Ford's Model T, the most popular car of the early to mid 1900s, had its production record broken by Volkswagen. This day marks the creation of Volkswagen's 15,007,034th Beetle, with...

White police car in front of a green stop light patrolling near The White House. Original public domain image from Wikimedia Commons

This Day in History: United States’ first “9-1-1” call is made

James Zayatz, World News Co-Editor February 16, 2022

On this day, 1968, Representative Rankin Fite, Speaker of the Alabama House of Representatives, placed the call to the newly established number in Haleyville, Alabama. 1967 saw the Federal Communications...

This Day in History: Morris Michtom releases first ever Teddy bear

This Day in History: Morris Michtom releases first ever Teddy bear

James Zayatz, World News Co-Editor February 15, 2022

On this day, 1903, Morris Michtom put his Theodore Roosevelt-inspired children's toy up for sale. With President Roosevelt's permission to use his popular nickname, Michtom coined his bear as the "Teddy...

Philadelphia apartment fire kills 12 people, including 9 kids

Meaghan Hunt, Community News Editor January 24, 2022

On Jan. 5, the Philadelphia Fire Department responded to the call about heavy flames in apartments in the Fairmount neighborhood of Philadelphia. Firefighters found massive flames in a kitchen on the second...

This Day in History: King Tuts sarcophagus discovered

This Day in History: King Tut’s sarcophagus discovered

James Zayatz, World News Co-Editor January 5, 2022

On this day, 1924, archaeologist Howard Carter and his group unearthed the sarcophagus of Egyptian Pharoh Tutankhamen. The sarcophagus had a stone exterior and contained three coffins within each other....

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