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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.
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The Seniors’ Final Exhibition Hurrah

James Skinner April 11, 2019

The class of 2019 experienced their eighth and final exhibition. After eight semesters at DVC they are left with many memories to carry with them into their future endeavors. Exhibition has been Da...

The Stress Of Senior Year

Vanessa Hernandez, Photo and Video Editor December 5, 2018

The stress of senior year begun as the Da Vinci Communications 2019 senior class submitted college applications while trying to grasp school and the workload. The Da Vinci Communications class of 2019...

Peer Mentors

Peer Mentors

Sarah Carrillo, Staff Writer December 5, 2018

Mentors in the Peer Mentors seminar have come to find a variety of useful strategies to help support their mentees with their academic endeavors and ability to become a better student throughout the school...

Da Vinci´s Cross Country Comes to an End

Da Vinci´s Cross Country Comes to an End

Jordan Foster, Staff Writer November 15, 2018

Da Vinci’s Cross Country traveled as one over the course of the year as students created relationships with fellow teammates along with their new coaches Tyler Mar and Andrew Jackson, but that road has...

Election Updates

Election Updates

Samin Champion , Managing Editor November 15, 2018

As a result of the 2018 midterms, America is undergoing a new status quo, and Da Vinci Communications students and faculty have strong opinions about what implications this election will have on America...

Killer Queen, A Tribute

Killer Queen, A Tribute

Sophia Szekely, Staff Writer November 14, 2018

Freddie Mercury, born as Farrokh Bulsara, was known for being the influential lead singer in the band Queen, which produced many hit songs in the 70s and 80s until Freddie passed away in 1991 on November...

Flu season, the role and importance of vaccinations

Flu season, the role and importance of vaccinations

James Skinner , Web Editor November 14, 2018

The flu virus is a common illness that has a stronger effect between the months of October through November. Vaccines have the potential to fight many forms of the flu. To keep DVC’s community safe...

Gemma Mendez is working hard in class on her first draft for the tenth-grade nano-wrimo assignment in November.
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Hailey Reyes , Copy Editor November 14, 2018

Sophomores and other creative writing students at Da Vinci Communications are taking part in National Novel Writing Month by writing full novels within the entire month of November. Nanowrimo is a creative...

New Division New Competition

New Division New Competition

Hasan Daniels and Daphne Piña November 14, 2018

The Da Vinci boys basketball team, which includes students from Science, Communications, and Design, united together last season to make it to the CIF and state finals leading the beloved team’s rise...

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...

As new buildings are being set up in Inglewood people worry about their future

Gentrification in Inglewood: Its Unremitting Effects

Janae Olivia Polk, Jazmyn Davis, and Milan Washington, Editor in Chief, News Editor, and Staff Writer June 5, 2018

  From the closed-cornered familial restaurants, to the rough, jagged texture of streets, and overbearing traffic due to construction; Inglewood isn’t the same as it used to be. By many...

The Metro offers accessible services for those who are physically disabled.

Accessibility Within Metro

James Skinner and Christian Espinosa May 17, 2018

Terry Williams, a Los Angeles resident, helped build one of the Metro lines years ago. After getting hit by a car, he now uses the Metro every day. “It’s easy to use,” Williams said, after getting...

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