Do athletes have a responsibility to be advocates of social justice?

The latest highly publicized protest and controversy stemmed from President Trump’s call to the NFL to fire athletes who kneel during the national anthem. Many question whether kneeling is an act of disrespect to soldiers and the American flag, or an appropriate response to the injustice plaguing our country. Yet, athletes receiving backlash for protesting on their field and creating

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Blocking software protects students, but hinders their education

Darby, and the rest of the school district, use blocking software to keep kids from prying into everything from Facebook to ‘Bikini and Swimsuit Content’. However, they leave sites like Twitter, and websites with titles such as explosives.wonderhowto.com with articles on how to make a bomb free reign. The inconsistent and ineffective use of blocking software on Darby’s internet is

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Darby Excellence in April

Darby’s students and teachers did some excellent work throughout April!   Band Director Jeremy Kozman, Special education teacher Cindy Large, Business teacher Jon Boyd, Gym teacher Nathan Geers, and Officer Jon Gleason received the “Walk of Gratitude”, a thank you from the district for promoting the best in students.    On the first of April, Jared Ball took second place at

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Multicultural Day brings everyone toghther with food, dancing, and piñatas

Every year Multicultural Day lives up to its promise of fun, food, music, and culture; this year was no different. There were 17 different booths, each ready to provide information about their culture through presentation boards or answering questions. Diversity club presents the annual celebration and students are able to come during one of their first three periods for two

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Musicans shown superior at Solo and Ensemble

Darby musicians came out of the weekend with an overwhelming amount of victories. The morning of Saturday, January 21st brought more than fifty music students to Reynoldsburg High School to participate in Solo and Ensemble. Most everyone received the highest possible score, superior, with a few getting excellents as well. Held by Ohio Music Education Association, or OMEA, Solo and

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