Author: Senator Staff

Fly Eagles Fly, on the road to Minneapolis!

By: Kyle Hawk Staff Reporter The Birds will fly once again in the Super Bowl this Sunday, February 4th at 6:30pm. It’s been 14 years since the last time the Philadelphia Eagles were in the biggest game of them all, and they are hoping for a redemption win against the New England Patriots.  The Patriots defeated the Eagles 24-21 during Super Bowl  XXXIX. Shortly after that devastating loss, the Patriots were caught in several cheating scandals. Some of these incidents include the Patriots recording other teams practices, their players testing positive for performance enhancing drugs, and, most recently, going...

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Should we trust the news media?

By: Charles Anyanwu What media source do you use?  CNN, BBC, ABC, FOX, or the New York Times? These are some of the many news sources we use in our everyday lives, but do we always know that what they say is trustworthy? Now more than ever, there have been accusations towards some of the news sources mainstream media who have been hit with the words, “They are fake news,” or “That is fake news.” But, do we as journalists of the American press, truly spread fake news, and if so, do the American people trust some news sources...

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From the desk of Dr. Voshell: FAMILY SCHEDULING NIGHT, CLASS OF 2022!

This is a busy time of year for us administrators and our counselors as we are knee deep in preparing the master schedule for next year.  It is almost hard to believe that summer is just 5 ½ months away!  As I write this, Dr. Pinkett and Mrs. Tooles are at Central Middle School speaking to our rising freshman, the Class of 2022! On Wednesday, January 31st, we are hosting our first FAMILY SCHEDULING NIGHT here at DHS; with two different start times 5:30 pm or 6:30 pm for your convenience. On this evening we will be speaking to...

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Dover High School is winning in conservation

By: Nathanael Grubb Dover High School students are contributing to the cause of conservation in Delaware with the Conservation Poster Contest run by the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD). The NACD felt that the lack of conservation in the U.S. is a huge and detrimental problem, so they set up this contest to raise awareness in participating schools. This year, DHS placed in all 6 scoring categories. This was no surprise to Ms. Taylor, the FFA advisor who said “We have had winners every year for the past 5 years.” In the 7th and 9th grade division, Olivia...

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AFJROTC exceeds in National Inspection

By Cadet Michael McLain Cadet Public Affairs Officer The Dover High School AFJROTC did an outstanding job with their unit inspection Tuesday, 9 January 2018. They received Exceeds Standards in 22 out of the 23 categories, and received a Meets Standards in the 23rd category resulting in an overall rating of Exceeds Standards. For the cadet staff in the program, it has been a long and challenging process to prepare for this inspection. This inspection from the AFJROTC Headquarters happens every three years as a part of the process to oversee 120,000 cadets, in 900 plus AFJROTC programs around...

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