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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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Covid-19 vaccine availability and efficacy

Amanda Stevens, Staff Writer April 6, 2021

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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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Students participate in a panel discussion on switching to full in-person learning. The panel discussion was hosted on February 28 before the board decision on March 2.

Students impact school board decision to stay hybrid

Brynn McGrail, Managing Editor March 15, 2021

On Tuesday, March 2 the Delaware City Schools Board of Education met to discuss the proposed idea to switch to a five-day, full in-person learning structure for the remainder of the school year. The majority...

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Two students participate in the protest on March 9, which was held in response to the Board of Education's decision to remain in a hybrid learning model for the rest of the year.

Parents protest over schools staying hybrid

Sophie Hance, Editor-in-Chief March 10, 2021

On March 8 and 9, a group of around twenty parents protested the Board of Education’s decision to keep schools on a hybrid schedule. The school board made the decision on March 2 to stay hybrid, due...

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Hayes gymnastics team finishes season

Sophie Hance, Editor in chief March 6, 2021

On February 24,  The Hayes gymnastics team finished their season. Their last meet was the District competition in which 38 other schools competed.

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One way that parents and community members are trying to support the Class of 2021 is by creating a method for people to

Class of 2021 has missed out on many traditions

Hylah Phillips, Staff Writer March 2, 2021

The pandemic has affected almost every part of everyday life; adults work from home and students of all ages learn from home. Because of this, many students have realized how much they actually appreciate...

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Questions arise about plans for prom

Questions arise about plans for prom

Harley Barnhart, Staff Writer February 24, 2021

Prom is an event that many students look forward to, but due to Covid-19 the reality of this event may be affected. Since the pandemic has caused multiple events to be cancelled or rescheduled, including...

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Art of Andrew Bourget at school, Sophia Hance sick in bed. Art by Jackson Collins.

Returning to school is asking for an increase in Covid cases

Sophie Hance, Editor-in-Chief February 6, 2021

NOTE: This story is part of a Point/Counterpoint Opinion. Follow this link to see the other side! It’s well known that this past year has been especially challenging for everyone due to the Covid-19...

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