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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.

“Am I Enough?”: The Struggle Of Being A First-Generation Child In America

Bridget Reyes and Kimberly Perez June 2, 2021

In recent years, the growing population of first-generation children being born in the United States has risen tremendously.    A first-generation child is when two foreign-born parents...

We Are More Than Our Race

Cierra Pringle, Photo & Video June 2, 2021

It’s no shock people are treated differently based on the color of their skin, or what many call race. Hierarchies have been formed on the basis of race which caused society to fall into a system...

Gender Goes Deeper Than Looks

Cierra Pringle, Photo & Video June 1, 2021

Gender is more than a perception of someone’s physical appearance. Gender expression comes in several forms which is important to note to prevent assuming, stereotyping, and misgendering. (Graphic...

Soccer vs. Pandemic: The Way Athletes Have Been Playing Soccer through Coronavirus

Cameron Fisk April 20, 2021

Once Coronovirus struck the nation, everything was forced to shut down. With this being said, that meant no more sports, businesses were closed, and people had to find a new way of living. However, this...

First Ever Virtual Black History Month BSU’s Triumph to Success (Part 3)

Jaylin Henderson, Copy Editor March 30, 2021

Part 3 - BSU’s Remarks Regarding Their Lessons and Concerns for the Education During Black History Month   This year was the first ever virtual Black History Month, and the Black Student Union...

First Ever Virtual Black History Month BSU’s Triumph to Success (Part 2)

Jaylin Henderson, Copy Editor March 30, 2021

Part 2: The Planning Behind BSU’s Black History Month Presentations   As discussed previously in Part 1, BSU created three lessons to create their theme of Black Empowerment. In order for...

Black History Through the Eyes of Art and Culture

Black History Through the Eyes of Art and Culture

Anjhela Henry, Photo & Video Editor March 26, 2021

National Civil Rights Museum - Memphis, TN : America wouldn’t be what it is today without the impact of African Americans. Black history is shown all year long in museums, but February is the only...

First Ever Virtual Black History Month BSU’s Triumph to Success (Part 1)

Jaylin Henderson , Copy Editor March 26, 2021

Part 1: The Black History Month Lessons Created and Led By DVC’s Black Student Union  This year was the first-ever virtual Black History Month, and the Black Student Union (BSU), a student-run club...

Struggling Workers, or Underdogs? The Virtual Adaptation for New Teachers at DVC

Ryan Gardner March 26, 2021

Teachers at Da Vinci have had to take the learning curve of virtual school with a grain of salt. New teachers have especially shown perseverance this past semester to ensure the most successful school...

Student entrepreneurs manage to juggle school with their business

Student entrepreneurs manage to juggle school with their business

Juliana Roman March 25, 2021

Some students have started businesses from scratch throughout quarantine, each having their own unique story on how they manage it on top of trying to balance their school work. These businesses were...

Old Man Jackson: The One-Eighty

Omar Gomez, Reporter March 11, 2021

Young eighteen-year-old Christopher Andres Jackson gained a full scholarship to the University of Iowa for football, however, his career ended when he tore his ACL, putting him on a dark path. Old Man...

The Artist’s Search For Passion

Jocelyn Guillermo, Reporter March 10, 2021

Robert Hernandez grew up in Jalisco, Mexico. Color and expression surrounded them in the years of their youth, surrounded by their family whose creativity ran in their blood. Their uncle became wealthy...

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