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The Student News Organization for Rutherford B. Hayes High School

The Talisman

The Student News Organization for Rutherford B. Hayes High School

The Talisman

Collage of memories

Seniors talk about their favorite high school memories

Kamryn Drake, Staff Writer May 14, 2022

Gabrielle Condo 1. What is one word you would use to describe your high school experience? Rewarding. 2.What is your favorite memory from Hayes? Going on the New York trip with symphonic choir. 3....

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Collage of art

Art community at Hayes gets recognized for work

Kamryn Drake, Staff Writer March 25, 2022

Delaware County Art Show Sophomore Brenna Elam has been taking art classes for two semesters now and hopes to continue taking this class in the future. Brenna won 3rd place in the Delaware County Art...

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Senior poses in her prom dress.

Prom Fashion: What to expect this season

Kamryn Drake, Staff Writer February 23, 2022

1. Lace Lace seems to be a recurring choice when it comes to prom fashion. It's classic, elegant, and adds some detail to accentuate the dress. 2. Corset Structure  This seems to be a popular choice...

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Hayes Marching Band getting ready to enter the field.

Marching band receives superior rating at state competition

Kamryn Drake, Staff Writer November 11, 2021

Last week, the Hayes marching band was given an overall superior ranking at the state marching band competition for their show Villains. Coming back from a two-year break can be hard for any program....

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Students work during Keith Buttss physical science class.  Students are required to wear masks at all times inside the building, except while at lunch.

Students weigh in on expectations for the new school year

Kamryn Drake, Staff Writer August 27, 2021

Armon Weaver Senior Changes you expect for this year: “I want no masks and at lunch, I hope we can sit with more friends.” Policy you want changed:  “Basically just with masks and stuff,...

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Varsity cheerleaders hold the sign as the varsity football players run out.

Varsity Boys Football fights a tight battle against Buckeye Valley

Kamryn Drake, Staff Writer August 25, 2021

Kicking off the first football game of the year Hayes Pacers played Buckeye Valley Friday, August 20th. After a long game, Hayes lost with a score of 26-22. After nine years of always winning against Buckeye...

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Junior Owen Morris standing next to the Delaware AFJROTC flag

Hayes drill team holds first in-person meet

Kamryn Drake, Staff Writer March 10, 2021

On February 13, Hayes hosted the first in-person drill meet of the year.  The Hayes JROTC drill team, the Delaware Phantoms, ended the meet winning third place in varsity unarmed inspection, third place...

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Pacers boys and girls team after their outstanding victory against Big Walnut.

Boys’ and girls’ bowling teams crush Big Walnut

Kamryn Drake, Staff Writer January 26, 2021
Delaware Hayes didn't spare Big Walnut's feelings on January 18.  The boys' varsity won 2893 to 2145, while the girls' varsity won 1973 to 1879.
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covid virus

Covid-19 numbers continue to rise, have local impact

Kamryn Drake, Staff Writer October 25, 2020

You're walking through the grocery store and hear a cough; everyone goes silent.  Parents start leading their kids away from the individual and start scurrying to get out of the store.  Covid-19 has...

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Covid crashed Halloween: like everything else, expect things to be different this year

Covid crashed Halloween: like everything else, expect things to be different this year

Kamryn Drake, Staff Writer October 5, 2020

In 2019, the total spending on Halloween was $8.8 billion. According to CNN, that's an average of $86.27 spent per person on Halloween decorations, costumes, and other products. Every year, children across...

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