The Vitruvian Post

Welcoming New Staff

Julie Barrios, Vivian de- Waart, and Maya Lyou

October 9, 2019

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Why are students so tardy?

Why are students so tardy?

Matthew Garcia, Staff Writer

October 8, 2019

Students arriving tardy to school at DVC is becoming more common, meanwhile, students and staff have different perspectives as to what the main source of this issue is.  Since the start of the 2019-2020 school year, many students at DVC are seen coming in tardy in the morning to first period. The nu...

Leave it All on the Court

Scott Felt, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

The expectations are high for this upcoming basketball season with the brand new coaching staff to help lead the junior varsity and varsity teams to a potential victory at upcoming games and playoffs.  Boy’s varsity coach Jeff Amaral got his coaching position before the school year started, which...

Behind the Scenes: The Asian Representation Club

Behind the Scenes: The Asian Representation Club

Maya Lyou, Staff Writer

September 30, 2019

The creation of the Asian Representation Club came to because of a student’s passion for advocacy of racial equality and to educate peers on Asian culture and stereotypes surrounding it. The leader of the club, sophomore Kimberly Lee, explained that Asian representation at DVC isn’t as common as i...

Vitruvian Weekly

Scarlet Ruiz, Victor Pulido, and Vivian De Waart

September 26, 2019

Spreading Awareness About the Dangers of Landfill and Taking Action

Spreading Awareness About the Dangers of Landfill and Taking Action

Jailyn Gatson and Bianca Sanchez

September 23, 2019

Da Vinci Communications introduced a new recycling program to get schools involved and encourage environmentally-friendly habits. 11th-grade Biology Teacher Tyler Mar realized the school didn’t have recycling bins after a fellow student acknowledged the problem.  “My TA, Tomia Lambert, had ap...

Major Uncertainties for the Future of Archery

Scott Felt and Marc Cazerez

September 23, 2019

For the first time in eight years, the archery team at Da Vinci is not listed under athletics on the school website.  After archery coaches Jim Sullivan and Siri Sahib Khalsa had been informed of the funding withdrawal for the archery team, the coaches stated they did what they could to get toget...

Go Hard or Go Home

Kailey Torres and Ashley Quic

September 23, 2019

After 3 days of tryouts in 80-degree weather, students from Da Vinci Schools stayed after school to show the track coaches they are willing to take on the challenge of running competitively.  Commitment is a big attribute that coaches look for in their runners. They look for the determination wit...

New Clubs Of DVC 2019-2020 School Year

Charles Skinner, Staff Writer

September 18, 2019

Many new clubs are starting up for the 2019-2020 school year, and student leaders express their passions in a preview of what's to come. Clubs are a way for the students to show their individuality and come together with people who share their same interests.  It is also a way for students to try and leave a little piece of them...

Popeyes vs. Chick-fil-A

Popeyes vs. Chick-fil-A

Jolie Gomez, Mason Zetina, and Valerie Palomo

September 16, 2019

"On August 12, Popeyes released its new chicken sandwich nationwide, which immediately grew in popularity and sparked a frenzy on social media.  People all over Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Snapchat began to rave about how delicious this new Popeyes Chicken Sandwich was. After a week of the n...

Amazon Fires

Kimberly Perez, Staff Writer

September 16, 2019

It’s been many weeks since news of the Amazon Rainforest fires has surfaced, meanwhile, concern continues to spread among students and staff and questions regarding solutions begin to rise.  The rainforest in Brazil is not new to fires, and because of its rainy forecast, they don’t last for ...

Living in the Bahamas

Living in the Bahamas

Morgan Daniels, Social Media Editor

September 16, 2019

On August 28, 2019, a warm day on Providence Island, Vincent Hall wakes up and gets ready for his job as Director of Security at a Hotel on Paradise Island. He greets the townspeople as he gets out of his car and gets ready to start the day. Vincent Hall is 59 years old. He has lived in Providence Island ...

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