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Puzzle pieces hang in the transition room promoting Autism awareness.

Community members educate on what to focus on for Autism Awareness Month

Kristen Smith, Staff Writer April 15, 2021

The month of April is Autism Awareness Month. The month is dedicated to bringing awareness to the developmental disorder that affects one in fifty-four children in the United States.  According to...

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Increased rates of racially motivated violence towards Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders nationwide during the pandemic have given rise to campaigns advocating for solidarity and the end of hate crimes against Asians.

Recent increase in violence against Asian Americans is part of a long history of discrimination

Amanda Stevens, Staff Writer April 12, 2021

During the pandemic, hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) have risen significantly, however, discrimination isn’t a new experience for this community. From March 19, 2020...

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Stay safe from Covid-19 over spring break

Stay safe from Covid-19 over spring break

Hylah Phillips, Staff Writer March 31, 2021
Spring break is here, but don't forget to follow basic safety guidelines to prevent the spread of Covid-19!
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Doug Ulman (right) interviews Michael Phelps (left).  The interview took place as part of the New Albany Foundation's lecture series, an annual education program that features internationally prominent speakers.

Michael Phelps speaks at New Albany Foundation presentation

Maddie Wells, Staff Writer March 26, 2021

On March 9, Michael Phelps spoke at a presentation held by the New Albany Foundation in a talk with Doug Ulman about his swimming career and its impact on his mental health.  Michael Phelps is the...

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Women's History Month - special events in history

Women’s History Month – special events in history

Kamryn Drake, Staff Writer March 23, 2021
It's Women's History Month. Here's a look at some influential moments in women's history.
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19 signs you are stressed

Teagan Knutson, Staff Writer March 19, 2021

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Minimalism at a glance

Minimalism at a glance

Morgan Johns, Staff Writer March 17, 2021
Words like "minimalist" are popping up all over when it comes to design and fashion trends. Here's a look at what the movement is really about.
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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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College tour etiquette

College tour etiquette

Harley Barnhart, Staff Writer March 10, 2021
If you're planning on going on a college tour, check out this list of suggestions for what to expect.
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Picture of bright phone screen in dark room

Revenge bedtime procrastination: is it to blame for students’ poor sleep?

Amanda Stevens, Staff Writer March 10, 2021

In recent years, “revenge bedtime procrastination” has emerged as a newly coined term to explain a phenomenon where people stay up late as a result of not having control over their daytime schedule....

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Social media makes social engagement easier for some students

Social media makes social engagement easier for some students

Morgan Johns, Staff Writer March 8, 2021

For some, social media is a communication platform that helps them feel more a part of their community and everyday life, but for others it's a way for them to stay informed with world and local events. Students...

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Celebrate International Women's Day on March 8

Celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8

Amanda Stevens, Staff Writer March 5, 2021
International Women's Day is celebrated March 8. Here's a look at its origins and areas of focus for gender equality.
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