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Biomed Academy not so secretly masters the art of cloning

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Dani Newman
Del Val’s first clones, Dolly and Dolli.

Del Val was caught cloning in room B106.

Since the beginning of the school year, Del Val has noticed a dramatic increase in enrollment of identical multiples. Many students have questioned whether this is just an uncanny coincidence or an undercover operation. 

No one seemed too concerned when Dolly and Dolli appeared at the beginning of the school year. People’s suspicions heightened when Bert and Ernie arrived in November, especially since they moved in sync. Then the scandal became the talk of the town after Prototype 1, Prototype 2, Prototype 3 and Prototype 4 enrolled this March. 

As the students flooded the halls on March 28, rushing out for spring break, investigators Stealthy Stacey and Watchful Walter stayed after hours. They had received an anonymous tip from a mole in the Biomedical Academy. 

The dynamic duo slinked down the science hall and barged into B106. And there it was, Mr. Inglin caught red handed.

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To the left of the room, Prototypes 1-4 clung to the bars of their cage. On the right, Dolly and Dolli were mirroring each other’s movements. Bert and Ernie were practicing their synchronized swimming by lying on the lab tables. 

The detectives shared with “The Delphi” that Mr. Inglin took off his goggles and attempted to make a break for it, but Stacey was too stealthy. She hustled past him and blocked the doorway. 

Then a bat flew in and knocked over the clone zapping machine. Once it was settled on the floor, smoke began to rise. It was broken, or so they thought.

“I saw my opportunity,” Walter said. “I scurried over to the clone zapping machine in hopes that it would be able to get out one last zap and pointed it towards the mad scientist.”

“In the blink of an eye and one zap from the malfunctioned machine, Inglin was gone,” said Stacey.

“The Delphi” would like to assure students that all will be well when returning to the building on April 8, but no one really can be sure.

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Emma Haig
Emma Haig, Social Media Editor

Emma Haig is a freshman at Del Val, and this is her first year writing for 'The Delphi". She plays volleyball for the school, as well as for CJVA. In her spare time, she enjoys rewatching "Modern Family", carrying her dog Stewie Bob on his ‘walks’ and spending time at LBI. Before she was a student at Del Val, she attended Kingwood Township School.

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Dani Newman, Social Media Editor

Dani Newman is currently attending Del Val as a freshman and is the new Social Media Editor for "The Delphi." Dani plays volleyball and hopes to continue playing sports later in the year. When Dani is not playing volleyball she is hanging out with friends or family. As Dani continues with her exciting year, she hopes to explore her passion in writing.

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