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The Vitruvian Post

The student news site of Da Vinci Communications High School

The Vitruvian Post

Genetic Genealogy: On The Road to Justice

Ava Atkins, Reporter May 17, 2022

Each year, 6,000 criminal cases go cold, adding on to the 250,000 that already are. The majority of those cold cases come from a time in which technology was not equipped to access crucial information...

Gas Prices Through the Roof!

Dylan Sterling, Reporter April 5, 2022

Over the past couple of months, gas prices have increased dramatically across America, especially in Los Angeles, California. With the prices in LA reaching an all-time high average of $5.43 per gallon,...

Balenciaga Pays Tribute to Ukraine at FW22 Fashion Show

Troi Harvey, Reporter April 5, 2022

Denma Gvasalia (known as Denma), a world-renowned fashion designer, caught the world's attention with the Balenciaga FW22 (Fall/Winter 2022) show, not only showcasing what the brand has been working on,...

Where Would You Give Birth?

Dylan Guillory and Milan Saffold March 23, 2022

In comparison to the scary intensity of hospitals, there is such thing known as freestanding birthing centers. They cater to midwifery care to help ensure women are properly secured and looked after during...

Parks & Recreations: Cultivating Communities

Lora Chang, Web Editor February 17, 2022

When dissecting the factors that create a well-rounded community, one of the most accessible and family-oriented locales is public parks. As an area that is specifically designated for recreational use,...

The Burden of Homework on High School Students

Malaysia Bradford, Reporter February 17, 2022

A research study conducted in 2013, by Stanford University, surveyed more than 4,500 students at upper-middle-class high schools in California. Researchers found that students who do more than 3 hours...

The Salt Eaters Bookshop Bringing Black Literature To Inglewood

Faye Cooper, Photo & Video Editor February 15, 2022

Asha Grant, a black woman born in Inglewood, created a bookstore called The Salt Eaters. It is now open Thursday-Sunday from 11a.m.-5p.m.Grant is a Spelman University graduate who found herself...

Narrative Medicine Through Beads of Courage

Kaia Susman, Reporter January 15, 2022

Narrative medicine is used worldwide to help people struggling with health challenges. It uses people's narratives in a clinical setting as a way to encourage healing and validate the experience of the...

Teen Driving: Danger is Imminent

Chloe Orti, Copy Editor January 12, 2022

Teenagers across the nation are learning to drive and reaching the sought after milestone of freedom. Getting a driver’s license is a step towards adulthood, but the dangers of getting involved in a...

Dia de Los Muertos: Remembering Our Loved Ones

Leslie Giron, Reporter December 1, 2021

From sugar skulls to Cempasuchitls, Dia de Los Muertos is a sacred tradition passed down from generation to generation.  Originating from Aztec traditions in Mexico, Dia de Los Muertos is a special...

Jayson Finney is Experiencing His Life in Color

Phoenix Fulton, Copy Editor November 5, 2021

Even though art is meant to be an undefined idea, a virtually lawless genre of works created to express and develop the human experience, there is still a set idea of what art is supposed to be.    When...

Hispanic Culture Represented Throughout America

Adrian Flores, Reporter November 4, 2021

Individuals across the nation are spreading their culture, traditions, and educating with those who are not familiar with the culture.  Sep. 15 to Oct. 15 is a special, beautiful, and festival time...