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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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Trolls and Toxicity in the Gaming Community

Casey Henderson, Staff Writer October 13, 2017

In what has been described as a “heated gaming moment,” Felix Kjellberg, better known by his YouTube alias PewDiePie, used the N-word to insult a fellow gamer while live streaming himself playing the...

Chloe Abeyta (Left) and Jane Earle (Right), the founders of the Pink and Lavender club.

Pink and Lavender

Sophia Solorzano, Multimedia Editor October 13, 2017

September 28, 2017, was the first meeting of the Pink and Lavender club where Jane Earle and Chloe Abeyta, the leaders of the club, gathered information from the history of the LGBT+ community in which...

Future graduates of the class of 2018. Wendy Rodriguez, Isaiah Cornelius, Giovani Ruiz, and Rocio Handal

The Final Frontier

Alessandra Pacheco, Features Editor September 22, 2017

New faces, new looks, and the new graduating class of 2018 has arrived on the Da Vinci Communications scene. It’s the final year, the year right before seniors take the plunge into adulthood and lead...

Its important to celebrate and honor where Hispanic culture comes from.

Hispanic Heritage Month At DVC

Christian Espinoza , Staff Writer September 22, 2017

Hispanic Heritage Month is a time when we can celebrate Hispanic delicacies such as tacos, pupusas, enchiladas and tamales with family and friends. However, it is not always about the food, it is about...

Latin American and Latino Art in LA

Latin American and Latino Art in LA

Samin Champion, Staff Writer September 21, 2017

Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA is an event hosted by the Getty Foundation that explores and celebrates Latin American and Latino art in SoCal. PST: LA/LA is the successor to the event called Pacific Standard...

Students arrive to the camp to get ready for overnighter.

The Hidden Figures of an Overnight Journey

Kayla Mitchell, Staff Writer September 21, 2017

Coming into any Da Vinci School, the overnighter is definitely one of the most exciting events to look forward to. Many freshmen go to overnighter without knowing the significance behind it. Overnighter...

Andrew Daramola (left) and Christopher Jackson (right) making a change.

New Faces, Better Representation

Ashely Banks , Web Designer September 21, 2017

As Da Vinci Communications High School continues to expand its class sizes, the school has also brought along new teachers with contrasting backgrounds. This diversity has been long awaited and many of...

Graffiti has grown to be heavily associated with gang activity, but can it ever be considered as art?

Criminal Chefs-d’oeuvre

Sarah Ceja, Editor-in-Chief April 28, 2017

In the words of Banksy, “art comes alive in the arguments you have about it.” No other form of art has managed to spur as much debate as graffiti; it has become both prevalent in many communities and...

Fathers and Daughters

Fathers and Daughters

Janae Polk, Staff Writer April 28, 2017

“A good dad is someone who doesn’t abandon their child in any situation, someone who is a rock for their child and is a prime example of what every man should be,” says Erica Bentley. The prevalence...

Photo Courtesy of Eye Art Collective: An artist from Eye Art Collective that expressed “No More Rape Culture” using art on a wall.

Who to Blame: Taking the Woman’s side

Brianna Willis, DVC News Editor April 28, 2017

  “It’s been such a long week and all I want is pizza and Netflix.”   Kelly Jones went to Dominoes to pick up her pineapple and canadian bacon pizza where she saw her friends...

Los Angeles has encountered a new wave of gentrification.

Surfing the Waves of Gentrification

Debby Erazo, Student Choice Editor March 31, 2017

California, which is notoriously known for its high tides, is facing a new kind of wave. It’s a wave so strong some believe it to be catastrophic.   Los Angeles, which lies at the epicenter...

Khadija, 13, attends a community-based Accelerated Learning Centre in Bamyan in the Central Highlands region of Afghanistan. © UNICEF Afghanistan/2016/Sheida

Learning to Cope

Sarah Ceja, Editor-in-Chief February 16, 2017

“One winter morning last year, when everything was covered in snow, I came to class and no one was there. That’s when I saw Khadija walking slowly towards the school carrying her backpack,” Maryam,...

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