The Student News Organization for Rutherford B. Hayes High School

The Talisman

The Student News Organization for Rutherford B. Hayes High School

The Talisman

The Student News Organization for Rutherford B. Hayes High School

The Talisman

Shrek franchise continues to be great years later

Shrek franchise continues to be great years later

Sarah Clemens, Website Content Manager April 20, 2020

As the world experiences an emergency no one has ever gone through before, many are left with open schedules for the next several weeks. With nothing to do, re-watching old movies is a great way to pass...

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Image of the Penn Lanes sign.

Bowling team has talent to spare

Padraig Mumper, Staff Writer March 12, 2020

  The season for bowling is wrapping up, and the Hayes Pacers Bowling team has prepared for competition.  Darin Halstead is the head coach for the team. He has spent the season training...

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You want a headline? Okay Boomer

You want a headline? Okay Boomer

Sarah Clemens, Website Content Manager December 5, 2019

They use Facebook, we use TikTok. They’ll add extra meat, we’ll add avocado. They want plastic straws, we want metal straws. With all these differences and arguing between generations, the millennials...

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Frozen II has problems, but leaves audiences warming up to it

Frozen II has problems, but leaves audiences warming up to it

Sarah Clemens, Website Content Manager December 4, 2019

Frozen II was arguably the most anticipated movie of the year. Ever since Anna and Elsa’s first appearance on screen in 2013, audiences everywhere, and avid fans of “Let it Go”, wanted to see more...

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After lunch, the trash can is filled with styrofoam lunch trays, plastic bags, and paper containers. Reusable lunch trays have been used in the past, which minimized the amount of trash.

Reusable lunch trays not cost efficient

Jordyn Love, Editor-in-Chief November 7, 2019

While reusable products that help the environment become more popular, Hayes still uses disposable styrofoam lunch trays.  Director of Food Services for Delaware City Schools, Sally Rathje, explained...

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Burns worked on her special effects makeup for some of these looks. She has been practicing her skills for a few years and this was an opportunity to show it to everyone.

Student shares Halloween spirit all month long

Abbey Eyerman, Managing Editor November 6, 2019

Though Halloween is only one day in the month of October, most people dedicate a few extra days to celebrate and enjoy the spooky spirit. However, one student has decided to make all 31 days about Halloween. Junior...

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Beetlejuice continues to impress audiences

Sarah Clemens, Website Content Manager October 30, 2019

Beetlejuice is a Halloween film released in 1988, but has become a cult classic over the decades.  The film opens with couple Barbara and Adam Maitland getting into a car accident. Upon returning home,...

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A plastic baby floats in a bottle of hand sanitizer. This is just one of several babies hidden in Lambs room.

Hayes reflects on the plastic baby prank

Sarah Clemens, Website Content Manager October 25, 2019

Sitting on pencil sharpeners, hanging off white boards, hiding in vents. These are all places that students have found tiny, plastic babies.  The small plastic baby figures started popping up around...

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Coffee with a Cop Comes to Hayes

Coffee with a Cop Comes to Hayes

Sarah Clemens, Website Content Manager October 11, 2019

From 3rd through 6th period on Oct. 2, 2019, Hayes hosted its first ever Coffee with a Cop event.  The event took place in the Hayes LRC and was mainly run by librarians Sarah Ressler and Katrina Strubler....

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Grad requirements changing between seniors and freshmen

Sarah Clemens, Website Content Manager September 7, 2019

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