The student news site of Da Vinci Communications High School

The Vitruvian Post

The student news site of Da Vinci Communications High School

The Vitruvian Post

The student news site of Da Vinci Communications High School

The Vitruvian Post

Money Heist is Much More Than a Heist

Xochitl Marin June 9, 2020

On April 3, Money Heist, or La Casa de Papel in its Spanish title, released the much-awaited part four of the popular Netflix series bolstering the popularity and love the show has gained from its viewers. Money...

‘Never Have I Ever’ Review: There’s Light At The End of The Tunnel

Bridget Reyes June 9, 2020

Source: Netflix *Spoiler Alert* Netflix recently released a teen drama called “Never Have I Ever,” starring Maitreyi Ramakrishnan as the main character Devi. With the help of director Mindy...

Pro-Life but Spell it H-y-p-o-c-r-i-t-e-s

Morgan Daniels, Social Media Editor June 9, 2020

Pro-Lifers will hold a sign that says “Abortion is murder”, “life is a human right”, “Every life is valued”, and “protect all human life.”  Then they will turn around and hold signs that...

The Last Dance: A Documentary Worth Living For

Jordan Foster June 8, 2020

  The Last Dance invites you into the world of Michael Jordan to observe how he coped with the many challenges he faced throughout his career in professional basketball. With the current quarantine...

What Sports Are Doing Wrong

Scott Felt June 6, 2020

COVID-19 shocked the sports world to its core when it saw every major sport shut down and suspend play until further notice.  According to ESPN, the NBA has postponed its season, NCAA canceled spring...

Why Standardized Testing Should Be Banned

Valerie Palomo June 6, 2020

As early as the 1920s, standardized tests were being used by schools to judge students based on whether or not they were going to be successful in life or if they were “slow children.” Fast forward...

Our Obsession With Race

Casey Hartley June 5, 2020

The United States is obsessed with race. I’m not referring to our nation’s history, our government, or our laws, but our society itself. For the longest time, the United States has dealt with racial...

My Body, My Choice: Body Hair Edition

Maya Lyou, Copy Editor June 5, 2020

Although body hair is a mammalian feature on the human body, in order for women to be deemed socially acceptable by society, they must be seemingly hairless on their body. According to social media’s...

Why Standardized Testing Should Be Banned

Valerie Palomo May 23, 2020

As early as the 1920s, standardized tests were being used by schools to judge students based on whether or not they were going to be successful in life or if they were “slow children.” Fast forward...

Positive Effects of Coronavirus

Jordan Foster May 23, 2020

Society has been accustomed to the negative effects that the coronavirus has brought upon us, but most people don’t discuss the positive values it has created as well. Although the coronavirus has...

Let Them Read What They Want!

Xochitl Marin May 23, 2020

Books stacked on one another. Xochitl Marin/ Vitruvian Post. One is given the right to freedom of speech, expression, and to believe in whatever one may choose to believe in amongst other rights....

“Can You Hear Me Now?”

Reese Gonzalez May 23, 2020

Cell phones and teens, a combination you see so often these days. Teens and children use their phones for around seven hours a day, nearly as long as a school day. In 2016 3.50 billion people worldwide...