A Publication of Delaware Valley Regional High School Since 1971
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Advisor: Molly Esposito
Changing Perspectives is now DIGITAL
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Our club provides opportunities to encourage, feature, and honor the creative work of the students, alumni, and staff of Del Val. To be a member, you can be a writer or artist, or just enjoy reading and discussing the art and writing of others. All are welcome!
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Past Issues:Our 2018 volume, Changing Perspectives: Continuityhas been recognized as a Gold Medalist Winnerby the Columbia Scholastic Press Association anda First Place Award from the American Scholastic Press Association!In addition, Faith Scott (2020) was acknowledged with a Certificate of Merit for Traditional Fiction from CSPA and the honor of "Outstanding Story" from ASPA!Tristan Obedos (2020) received a Second Place Award from CSPA in the Humor category for his essay published in the magazine!Click on the cover below to explore this issue:
Our 2018 volume, Changing Perspectives: Something Bluehas been recognized as a Gold Medalist Winner withAll-Columbian Honorsby the Columbia Scholastic Press Association,given an All-American ranking with Four Marks of Distinction ANDnamed a Pacemaker Finalistby the National Scholastic Press Association,and awarded a REALM First Classfrom the National Council of Teachers of English!Our 2017 volume, Changing Perspectives: Odysseyhas been named a Silver Crown Award Winnerby the Columbia Scholastic Press Associationand earned the Highest Awardfrom the National Council of Teachers of English!
Silver Crown Award Winner from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association
2013: Waxing | Waning
2012: States of Mind
2011: The Illusion
Note: In the original print version of the 2008 issue, Changing Perspectives: Antithesis, the last half of the book was printed upside down, to reflect the "Antithesis" theme. The digital version has been altered for ease and logic of reading, but some of the pages are numbered in the wrong order as a result.