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  • May 14, 10:50 amGrad Night is on May 23rd! Tickets go on sale May 21st from 12:00-2:00 p.m. on campus.
  • May 3, 3:56 amThe new school schedule will begin Tuesday, May 4th. Be sure to arrive to class at 8:40 a.m.
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‘Yungblud’ A Fresh Face On An Old Sound

Daniela Calderon, Web Editor November 13, 2019

Pop-punk singer/songwriter YUNGBLUD, tackles political topics with his pulse pumping beats and unconventional personality as he takes an old sound down a new and interesting route. Born Dominic...

Cynie Cory, teacher at James S. Rickards High School, and Arkia Gordon, 17, a student at Leon High School, protest outside the Florida State capitol after Florida governor Ron DeSantis passes a bill that allows teachers at schools to carry guns on campus. (Charlotte Kesl/For The Washington Post)

Should Teachers Carry Guns In School?

Jordan Foster, Web Editor November 7, 2019

Giving teachers armed weapons isn’t an effective solution to school shootings, instead, it promotes violent actions and could potentially put students and staff at a school in harm’s way.  Recently,...

‘Joker’ #1 in The Box Office Raises Controversy

‘Joker’ #1 in The Box Office Raises Controversy

Xochitl Marin October 29, 2019

Todd Phillip’s latest film, Joker, debuted October 4th, giving a new face to the insane, iconic DC Universe villain the Joker. Starring Joaquin Phoenix as the Joker’s newest persona, the film...

Tall Girl movie review

Tall Girl movie review

Sarah Carrillo, Managing Editor October 11, 2019

This year, a new original Netflix movie, Tall Girl, directed by Nzingha Stewart covers teen issues, specifically about the normality in a high school environment where one girl feels that she differentiates...

The Lumineers’ III, An Album, but So Much More

Daniela Calderon, Web Editor October 9, 2019

The Lumineers newest album manifests as a deafening beautiful visually-moving masterpiece. Produced by Simone Felice, and titled III, the name is not only significant because it is their third album,...

Book Review: Black Leopard, Red Wolf by Marlon James

Elena Marin, Staff Writer September 16, 2019

Black Leopard, Red Wolf is the first novel of Marlon James’s new, Dark Star trilogy, that is engulfed in fantasy, action, myths, and history, focusing on a mercenary named Tracker who is hired to find...

Diversity at DVC

Diversity at DVC

Hasan Daniels and Jordan Foster May 24, 2019

It is very important that in a school setting, a place where one receives an education, there is a diverse background of students, teachers, staff, and faculty workers. DVC is host to many different...

BurgerIM Review

BurgerIM Review

Sarah Carrillo , Staff Writer May 14, 2019

BurgerIM, a new fast food restaurant located in El Segundo, has just opened up to the public on Douglas and Maple. This restaurant is located in the plaza where many students purchase their favorite...

The Last Bookstore in Downtown LA. Elena Marin/Vitruvian Post

The Last Bookstore—A Bookworm’s Daydream

Elena Marin April 10, 2019

In Downtown Los Angeles, there is a bookstore that makes customers feel as if they’re walking through a bibliophile’s ultimate fairytale. As soon as I walked in, I imagined being in the Hogwarts Library...

‘How to Train Your Dragon: A Hidden World’ Sets Fire to Cinemas

‘How to Train Your Dragon: A Hidden World’ Sets Fire to Cinemas

Daniela Calderon, Staff Writer April 5, 2019

How to Train your Dragon: The Hidden World, is the final installment to the astounding How to Train Your Dragon trilogy. Bringing to close in the most breathtaking way, a franchise which has spanned nine...

Wallows group members posing in a balcony. 
Lesley Rodriguez/  The Daily Listening

An album that is a treat for your ears

Lesley Rodriguez, Photo and Video Editor April 5, 2019

The long-awaited debut Wallows album, Nothing Happens is finally out now. This indie band released its first ever studio album which many fans had waited for a long time. Wallows is constructed of three...

GPA’s Just Don’t Cut It Anymore

GPA’s Just Don’t Cut It Anymore

Sophia Szekely, Staff Writer April 5, 2019

If you don’t live in Bel Air and have mass amounts of money to bribe administrators, then the aching eyes and stiff fingers you get from doing hours of school work might not be enough to get you into...

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