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Da Vinci Hack-A-Challenge

Da Vinci Hack-A-Challenge

Geovani Espinoza, Hailey Reyes, and James Skinner

March 6, 2019

Elementary students came together at Da Vinci Schools to participate in a Hack-a-Challenge where they learned about coding and collaborating while also getting a feel of Da Vinci culture. “I wanted to have this event because I heard of a hackathon at the university level, and they trickle down to hi...

Diving Into The Swim Season

Diving Into The Swim Season

Vienna Perez, Staff Writer

March 1, 2019

On February 25th, Da Vinci Schools held its first swim meet at the new Wiseburn Aquatic Center against El Camino Real Charter High School. 10 years after its opening, theDa Vinci Wolves added a new sports team to its roster, with holds 17 boys and 19 girls who have a passion for swimming. Real...

Steelers Star Wideout Wants Out

Steelers Star Wideout Wants Out

James Skinner, Web Editor

March 1, 2019

NFL star, wide receiver Antonio Brown has requested to move on from the Pittsburgh Steelers after nine years. Antonio Brown was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers with the 195th pick, the 2010 NFL draft. He was the 22nd receiver drafted in his class out of 27. Brown has since been an anchor for the...

Effects of the Government Shutdown

Effects of the Government Shutdown

Kaiya Alsobrook, Staff Writer

February 21, 2019

With the government being shut down for the third time since Donald Trump has been elected into office, it has been classified as the longest government shutdown in United States history with another shutdown possibly on the way. The government was partially shut down for 35 days starting on December 22...

Juniors on a Search for a Potential College

Juniors on a Search for a Potential College

Jaylene Maldonado, Web Editor

February 21, 2019

Last Wednesday the 11th grade class had the opportunity to visit the University of California Riverside, allowing them to get an inside look at what the college life may be like. As March approaches the juniors at DVC have learned to see the importance of touring colleges as they will soon be applyin...

10th Graders Explore the Art of CAAM and College Campuses

10th Graders Explore the Art of CAAM and College Campuses

Hailey Reyes, Copy Editor

February 13, 2019

Wednesday, February 6th, the 10th grade class visited the University of Southern California and the California African American Museum, allowing them to explore a college campus as well as exhibits dedicated to Black History Month. Many DVC sophomores have found it important to seek out colleges that...

Marching for a Difference

Marching for a Difference

Lesley Rodriguez, Photo and Video Editor

February 13, 2019

The day after President Trump’s Inauguration in 2017, people all over the world gathered in the streets of their cities to participate in the annual Women’s March, which ended being the biggest turnout the march has ever received. Since Trump’s presidency, there have been planned marches all...

Students and Staff Participate in Spirit Week

Students and Staff Participate in Spirit Week

Elena Marin, Staff Writer

February 13, 2019

On February 11th DVC Spirit Week had a kick-start with Marvel Monday, where students and staff dress up as Marvel characters or show appreciation to their favorite comics and movies by simply wearing a Marvel t-shirt or hoodie. Leadership decided to change things up this Spirit Week by creating new...

Kicking Off February

Kicking Off February

Sarah Carrillo, Staff Writer

February 6, 2019

On Friday Da Vinci Communications started off the new month with their annual kickback allowing students to hang out and dance with their friends. “The kickback is a part of DVC culture because it’s a way that every student can hang out with each other and have a fun time,” said freshmen Kad...

Da Vinci Gym Update

Da Vinci Gym Update

Jordan Foster, Staff Writer

February 4, 2019

With the opening of Da Vinci’s new gym students have now been able to bring their talents to light and the community is now capable of coming out and supporting sport teams as they please.   Student opinions about the new gym have varied but most students have enjoyed using the new gym f...

DVC Talks Rx

Sarah Carrillo and Samin Champion, Staff Writer and Managing Editor

January 31, 2019

January 30th, 2019 marked an important status quo for DVC, an age of schoolwide awareness and education in abuse, one that was paved towards by a lecture presented by Dr. Elizabeth Ozegbe, a CVS pharmacist. Dr. Ozegbe’s lecturing career began in 2016 with CVS’s One Choice Lecture Initiative when...

For A Better Tomorrow

For A Better Tomorrow

Vanessa Hernandez, Photo and Video editor

January 30, 2019

It’s Monday morning, January 14th, and Los Angeles is finally getting its yearly rain, although that doesn’t stop Araceli Magallanes from getting herself and her five-year-old daughter, Tatyana, ready for a day of protest. When they left their Los Angeles home that morning, they joined parents, teachers,...

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