Annie Rauch Sets School Record

The Hilliard Darby girls basketball team hit the hardwood again Tuesday night, January 8th, at home against Thomas Worthington.     The lady Panthers entered the game with a 9-4 record, hoping to add another win to their 2018-19 campaign. The game started slow, with the Panthers leading 10-6 after the first quarter. Momentum quickly shifted, and the Cardinals had the lead

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The Gymnastics team remains undefeated at worthington kilbourne

 Darby Gymnastics remains undefeated. On Thursday, January 17th, the gymnastics team dominated at Worthington Kilbourne. The meet was called, “Beauty and the Beast,” because it showcased a double meet with gymnastics and wrestling at the same time, in the same gym.   The Darby gymnastics team’s first event was bars. Freshman, Ella Clement, started off the night with high expectations by

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2018 in Review

2018 is coming to an end so it is time to take a look at important things that have happened this year. From bizarre internet trends to heartbreaking deaths that shook the country, the past 365 days have been like no other. Music   This past year had so many new albums released, that fans of any genre of music were

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Some Christmas trees are worse for the environment than you may think, and it might be a surprise which kind of tree is the worst

Every year, in the weeks leading up to Christmas, tree lots are set up, and trees are dragged out of the basement in order to be decorated. It is often debated whether real trees or artificial trees are better, and what the benefit is of both options.   Having a real Christmas tree is always a priority for many because they

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Darby students participate in ProMusica’s side-by-side sing-a-long

The Columbus ProMusica Chamber Orchestra performs the Messiah by George Frideric Handel each year along with high school students from all over central Ohio. The event, that took place at the Southern Theater on Friday, December 7th, has become a holiday tradition that many families and friends gather to participate in. This year, four members of the Darby Chamber Orchestra

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DIY Snow globe

This December, celebrate the holidays with a winter wonderland…in a globe! It’s always fun to make new crafts with everyday items you have sitting around at home. Having a white Christmas is always a delight, but if it does not snow, you can always make an interesting Do-It Yourself Snow Globe. There’s no need to go out and buy an

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The Stress of Homework

Imagine, the clock is at 11:00 pm, but there are still three more assignments to complete, some due at 11:59 pm and some in class. There is not enough time. Late, stressful nights are very common for students, and are mainly caused by an overload of homework. Most students struggle to finish all of their work by a deadline, and

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