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Del Val holds Hunterdon County Student Media Convention

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  • The Delphi’s supervisor, Brian Smith, opens the convention with an introductory speech.

  • Attendees of the Hunterdon County Student Media Convention listen to the opening remarks.

  • Del Val teacher, Sarah Rupert, explains many different ways to use light to one’s advantage in her photography session.

  • Freshman Leah Reinking practices the photography skills she learned in Sarah Ruppert’s “Working the Rectangle” session.

  • GSSPA president Tom McHale leads his breakout session, “Covering Controversy”.

  • Cinematographer Chris Racioppi explains the power of good lighting in his session, “Lighting 101”.

  • Keynote speaker Charles Stile shares his journalistic advise. He discusses his 10 commandments with emphasis on the importance of packing a sandwich.

  • Convention attendee implements the skills learned from Kara Sterner in her “Square One” sessions.

  • Keynote speaker, Charles Stile, and executive Hunterdon County superintendent, Juan Torres, converse in between breakout sessions.

  • Convention attendees, Melanie Tramo and Ellie Lyons, apply the skills they learned in their breakout sessions to their own projects.

  • Convention attendees make a cup tower with the event’s merchandise.

  • As the convention comes to a close, all attendees get together for a group photo at the end of a successful day.

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About the Contributors
Lillyana DeMartino
Lillyana DeMartino, Reporter
Lillyana is a first year reporter for "The Delphi." Lillyana is a competitive gymnast who loves to write and take pictures in her free time. She is very excited for her first year with “The Delphi.”
Ella Genovese
Ella Genovese, Assistant Sports Editor

Ella Genovese is a freshman at Del Val, and this is her first year writing for "The Delphi." She has also taken over the role of Assistant Sports Editor. Last year she attended Alexandria Middle School. Some sports that Ella enjoys are tennis and swimming. She also enjoys reading and writing during both school and her free time.

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.

Ellie Lyons
Ellie Lyons, Assistant Opinion Editor
Ellie Lyons is a freshman at Del Val, and she is the Assistant Opinion Editor for "The Delphi." She enjoys reading and playing softball in her free time. Ellie hopes to join softball along with other clubs and sports in the future at Del Val. Before attending Del Val, she was a student at Alexandria Middle School.
Dani Newman
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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