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OPA! Worth a celebratory cheer
October 17, 2013 – 8:52 am | Comments Off

Tara Grace • Editor in Chief
We could sit here and debate whether gyro is pronounced “guy-row” or “eur-o” but the one thing we should all agree on is that OPA’s gyros are out of this …

Delaware traffic calls for terms of alleviation
October 11, 2013 – 8:37 am | Comments Off
Delaware traffic calls for terms of alleviation

Paul Winters • Views Editor
The population of Delaware is on a steady rise, the density moving to 180,000 according to a 2012 estimate from the United States Census Bureau. This is a 3.9% increase from …

Choir Prepares for OMEA Conference
October 11, 2013 – 8:30 am | Comments Off

The Delaware Hayes Symphonic Choir has been given the opportunity to perform at the Ohio Music Education Association conference in Columbus, Ohio at the Columbus Convention Center in February of 2014. This will be the …

Students take talent to big screen
October 11, 2013 – 8:28 am | Comments Off

Lily Wiest • Managing Editor
It started out as a simple D-Town project. Less than a year later it was being shown on a theater screen to a city full of people. Phil Frentsos’s music video …

Low club attendance leaves advisors puzzled
October 11, 2013 – 8:27 am | Comments Off
Low club attendance leaves advisors puzzled

Avery McGrail • Online Editor
There are plenty of students spending several hours participating in band, theatre, and sports, but students who are willing to give up time for after-school clubs, or who even have time …

High school class replaces long standing middle school course
October 11, 2013 – 8:25 am | Comments Off

Meg Ayscue • Business Manager
After over a decade of teaching seventh and eighth grade students Advanced Science Kids (ASK), Deborah Bogard is moving to help a younger generation with enriched reading because Physical Science has …

New members inducted into Hall of Fame
September 16, 2013 – 11:04 am | Comments Off

Lily Wiest – Managing Editor
Five alumni and one coach were inducted into the the Hayes Hall of Fame in a ceremony on Friday afternoon, September 13.
The inductees were selected by the Distinguished Hall of …

Thomas fulfills lifelong dream, becomes U.S. Marine
September 16, 2013 – 9:39 am | Comments Off

Emily Richards – News Editor
Fellow Delaware County JROTC members gathered last Friday afternoon to watch Olentangy senior, Austin Thomas, swear into the United States Marine Corps.
“It’s my oath of enlistment saying that I passed …

Should teachers be educators & protectors?
September 11, 2013 – 1:39 pm | Comments Off

Jamie Lahman • Graphic Designer
Almost half a year ago, Sandy Hook, as well as two other public shootings, took place, and it seemed half the nation was up in arms to protect their arms while …

Borowski goes abroad, spends year in Belgium
September 11, 2013 – 9:19 am | Comments Off
Borowski goes abroad, spends year in Belgium

Emily Richards • News Editor
While most Hayes students were enjoying football Friday nights and attending school dances, senior Hannah Borowski was across the Atlantic Ocean exploring the continent of Europe.
“I wanted to have a year …