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Sarah Carrillo and Hailey Reyes

March 24, 2019

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DVC Students Show Their Love for Japanese Pop Culture

Little Tokyo, Los Angeles. 
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Elena Marin, Staff Writer

December 6, 2018

The sun radiates down on the four acres of Little Tokyo, lanterns and Christmas lights decorate the Japanese Central Plaza for festive cheer. People are speaking in many different tongues, Japanese, English, and occasionally Korean---it’s enough to feel as if you’re no longer in Los Angeles, but...

DVC’s LGBTQ+ Community

David Wilson's EDC flag.
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Kaiya Alsobrook and Vienna Perez

December 5, 2018

With the population at DVC growing more and more each year, another group that will continue to increase at DVC is the LGBTQ+ community. According to the Williams Institute of Law, there are about 9 million Americans who classify themselves as a part of the LGBTQ+ community. LGBTQ+ stands for Lesbian,...

The Injustices Black Men in America

The Injustices Black Men in America

Jordan Foster and Hasan Daniels

December 5, 2018

The constant prejudice, discrimination, and unjustified killings of unarmed African American men seem to be a reoccurring story in America. According to PolitiFact, police officers have killed 853 people so far in 2018, and 25% of those people happen to be African American, yet African Americans only...

Tis The Season Of Giving

Tis The Season Of Giving

Hailey Reyes and Jaylene Maldonado

December 5, 2018

  Students and staff at Da Vinci Communications festively spread joy by creating care packages and holding a canned food drive for those who are less fortunate, all while discussing their views on the importance of giving back. The holiday season has been deemed a time for receiving and wishing....

Battle Of The Bots

Battle Of The Bots

James Skinner, Web Editor

December 5, 2018

The Sumo Battle Bot Tournament presented by the Computer Science pathway featured theme music from Smash Bros and Street Fighter. As each pair’s robot battled students yelled, laughed, and cheered as the competition took place. Jumping, screaming, and rounds of applause arose as the anticipation...

Millennials in the Age of Trump

Kayla Mitchell and Sarah Carrillo

October 31, 2018

Immigration, abortion, terrorism, and other controversial issues have caused students at Da Vinci Communications to reflect on their own political views in the age of Trump. In November of 2016, businessman Donald Trump was elected as President of the United States of America. While some Americans...

Adjusting to DVC Culture

DVC Students working

Vienna Perez and Daphne Piña

September 26, 2018

Being a freshman or transfer can be difficult when adjusting to new school norms and culture. Da Vinci Schools consists of three different high schools: Science, Design and Communications. Each school has their own unique culture brought together by the Da Vinci motto “We do things differently.”...

DVC Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

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 15th through October 15th. Throughout the month people all over the nation recognize the importance...

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 a blight on American veterans. The release of the Nike ad featuring Colin Kaepernick with the quote...

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