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The Lunar New Year

Alessandra Pacheco , Features Editor February 9, 2018

To most, the new year rang in on January 1st. The first day of 2018 has begun and we’re getting used to writing the year on our essays and schedules; however, to the Chinese community, the Chinese Lunar...

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It’s Nifty To Be Thrifty

James Skinner, Staff Writer December 1, 2017

“I'm gonna pop some tags only got twenty dollars in my pocket,” said artist Macklemore in his song titled “Thrift Shop.” Thrift shopping is a cheap and fun way to shop for unclaimed pieces...

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Anything for Selenas

Lesley Rodriguez, Staff Writer December 1, 2017

“Anything for Selena” as said from the Selena film, was in full force November 3, 2017. The Texan-Mexican singer, Selena Quintanilla Perez, was finally recognized with a star on the Hollywood Walk...

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#Metoo

Chloe Truhlar, Multimedia Editor December 1, 2017

At 1:21 pm on October 15, Alyssa Milano took to Twitter and tweeted, “If you've ever been sexually harassed or assaulted write ‘me too’ as a reply to this tweet.” Her intent, as stated by a phone...

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Performance Team

Riley Arnold, Entertainment Editor December 1, 2017

5, 6, 7, 8…. Give me a P, E, R, F, O, R, M, A, N, C, E! Da Vinci Communications (DVC) and Design (DVD)  High Schools have just started a new club called the Performance team. This is a cheer and...

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Native American Heritage Month

Ula Peapea, Staff Writer December 1, 2017

November is not only a time of celebrating the National Holiday Thanksgiving, it’s also a time to celebrate the history of Native American Heritage. The National Native American Appreciation Month...

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LA Animal Save: The Truth Behind What Your Eating

Alison Howard, Web Designer November 2, 2017

Driving down Vernon Street in Downtown Los Angeles, it is hard to miss the vibrant children, pigs, and cows all residing harmoniously on fields of grass. A brown barn has a billboard with the words “Farmer...

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Dia De Los Muertos

Samin Champion , Staff Writer November 2, 2017

Death, for some, is the finality of all things; for others, it’s the beginning of eternal life. For some Latin American cultures, death is celebrated and welcomed. Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the...

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What It Truly Means To Be An Angeleno

Martina Flores , Opinion Editor November 2, 2017

Many people around the world come to Los Angeles with the intention of seeking a better life. Some people want to make a name for themselves or explore opportunities that weren't revealed to them. Los...

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Novel Writing at DVC

Alessandra Pacheco, Features Editor November 2, 2017

During the month of November at DVC, the 10th grade English class will be writing and completing 50,000-word count novels as a new project. Not only are they getting an influx of creative writing at DVC,...

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A Day in the Life of Natasha Morse

Milan Washington, Staff Writer October 13, 2017

In the year of 2013, Natasha Morse joined the Da Vinci Schools team as a resource specialist and later became our real-world learning director. Morse earned her bachelor's in international affairs...

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Awareness

Vanessa Hernandez , Staff Writer October 13, 2017

Every year during the month of October we acknowledge and applaud the strength of women and their battles with breast cancer. Even with those who lost the battle, we continue to cherish their souls. Breast...

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