Flip out for Olympic Snowboarding

This year’s Pyeongchang Winter Olympics were very exciting with the best winter athletes coming together for two weeks to compete for the title of best in the world. One of the most exciting and anticipated Winter Olympic events is snowboarding. There are many snowboarding events in the olympics, including slopestyle, halfpipe, snowboard cross, big air, and the giant parallel slalom.

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The Olympic Athletes from Russia win the gold for Men’s Hockey

With the 2018 Olympics ending, athletes have been awarded their medals, including the twelve Men’s Hockey teammates who competed in Pyeongchang.     On Saturday, February 24th, Germany and the Olympic Athletes from Russia (OAR) competed in the Gold Medal game for Men’s Hockey.   The OAR was the favorite to win, led by two decorated and respected former NHL Players, Paval Datsyuk

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Silver Key Art Award Goes to… Amanda Neighbarger

Junior Amanda Neighbarger created an award-winning ceramics piece. Her piece titled “Wrapped” hinted towards the pieces of clay being ‘wrapped’ around the middle sections of the piece.  Alliance for Young Artists and Writers is a non-profit organization that gives The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. They showcase and award students with outstanding art or writing skills. This year there were

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The Oscar nominations are here

The nominations for the 90th annual Oscars were announced at the end of January from the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, California. Academy President John Bailey revealed the nominees in 24 categories with Tiffany Haddish and Andy Serkis. With this being the third big award show for films, some of the same nominees and winners can be expected. Guillermo

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ACT Prep Comes to Darby

The ACT Prep session was on February 14 of last week. Originally it was supposed to be the week before, but due to a snow day it was postponed. About sixty students participated in the day long event and found it very helpful, as well as making them feel more confident about the actual ACT, which is available to take

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Darby gymnastics team wows the crowd at Little Districts competition

The Darby girls gymnastics team showed off their talents at the Little Districts competition this past Monday. Teams from all across the district gathered at Hilliard Davidson to showcase their gymnasts in the events that they would not be competing in this coming Saturday at Districts.   Darby came into the meet with some momentum after placing first at OCC’s and

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Celebrate Valentine’s Day

What better time to express your love to friends, family or partners than Valentine’s Day! This holiday is a favorite of many because of how fun and lighthearted it is, but what is Valentine’s Day exactly and why do we celebrate it annually?   It is said that Valentine’s Day originated from the legend of Saint Valentine, a Roman priest. How

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