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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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The Meditation Pod

Christian Espinosa, Staff Writer October 11, 2018

Da Vinci Communications is the fourth school in the U.S. to have the Somadome, an interactive pod made to give users a sense of serenity. The Somadome is for DVC staff and students to use in times of...

DVC Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Geovani Espinoza and Jaylene Maldonado September 26, 2018

Over 5,979,000 people of either Hispanic or Latinx descent reside here in the Los Angeles area, according to Pew Research Center. National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated every year from September...

Kaepernick Nike Ad, How does DVC feel about it?

Kayla Mitchell , Hasan Daniels , and Jordan Foster September 26, 2018

In moments of strife and debate within the country, football player Colin Kaepernick's recent endorsement by Nike caused intense controversy as many feel that his kneeling protest was disrespectful and...

Tryout Before You Fry Out

Tryout Before You Fry Out

Samin Champion, Managing Editor September 26, 2018

With the coming of a new school year, students at Da Vinci Communications find themselves with an abundance of opportunities to explore their interests and take on more responsibilities. For many students,...

Homeless women on Skid Row that were brave to tell their story

The Red Burden: A Homeless Woman’s Tale

Martina Flores and Riley Arnold, Opinion Editor and Entertainment Editor June 5, 2018

Near Downtown Los Angeles in a city called Boyle Heights, Brittney and her boyfriend, “Spider,” live in a cramped, blue tent next to the Washington Boulevard Bridge. Both of them are currently homeless...

A Spectrum of Humans

A Spectrum of Humans

Kaelen Tynes, Staff Writer June 5, 2018

Day to day life may be challenging for some people. The bright lights, the noise, being social, as well as the need for communication, these are things that may be challenging for people on the Autism...

Erica Bentley (far left), Rocio Handal (left), Milan Washington (middle) and Arryana Sandoval (far right) Seniors who are off to college in another state.

Journey Over the State Line

Samin Champion, Staff Writer June 5, 2018

College, the personification of adulthood for most teenagers; idealized by family, peers, and the media, college is considered one of the biggest stepping stones into the real world. However, an excellent...

Just some of the kids visited in Myanmar.

Gratitude and Action Over Guilt and Distractions

Alison Howard, Web Designer June 5, 2018

On January 8, 2018 I felt an immense amount of guilt and anxiety walking into CVS. Just a few days prior I had been frantically searching for a final box of Clotrimazole cream because I had a four-year-old...

Ferris Wheel reflected  at night. Santa Monica pier .

Summertime is the Time

Jimmy Martir, Staff Writer May 31, 2018

Summer 2018 is right around the corner and there are major things to check off bucket lists in this season of heat.  The last day of school for Da Vinci Communications (DVC) students is June 14, a...

Photo of homeless population in Los Angles. Covered by Eyewitness News

“Unaccompanied” Youth

Milan Washington, Staff Writer May 31, 2018

Sad. Alone. Confused. Lost.  About 1.3 million homeless youth around the world are living on the streets, sleeping in abandoned buildings, or crashing with friends and strangers. California shelters...

The stories and encounters of everyday Metro riders.

Humans of Metro

Vanessa Hernandez, Staff Writer May 17, 2018

“Expo line to Santa Monica now arriving.” The empty colorful seats and the squeaking of wheels against the metal. The day is still young, men and women seated. A young man with frizzy curly hair...

Photo of succulents taken outside of Da Vinci schools building

Celebrating Earth Day

Riley Arnold, Entertainment Editor April 20, 2018

Earth does not belong to us; We belong to Earth.” – Chief Seattle of the Suquamish Tribe and Dkhw’Duw’Absh chief. Every year on April 22nd Earth Day is celebrated in the U.S. Although not one...

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