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Hispanic Heritage Month At DVC

Hispanic Heritage Month At DVC

Christian Espinoza, Staff Writer

September 22, 2017

Hispanic Heritage Month is a time when we can celebrate Hispanic delicacies such as tacos, pupusas, enchiladas and tamales with family and friends. However, it is not always about the food, it is about celebrating Hispanic Heritage. There are many Hispanic countries that celebrate their independence days...

Respeta Mi Existencia o Espera Resistencia

Alison Howard, Web Designer

September 22, 2017

We are all dreamers.   English, Polish, Mexican, Iranian.   The wealthy.   The underprivileged.   Everyone has hope for their future, a desire to do more, passions awaiting to be unlocked. On September 5th, the Trump administration announced it would form...

Latin American and Latino Art in LA

Latin American and Latino Art in LA

Samin Champion, Staff Writer

September 21, 2017

Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA is an event hosted by the Getty Foundation that explores and celebrates Latin American and Latino art in SoCal. PST: LA/LA is the successor to the event called Pacific Standard Time: Art in Los Angeles 1945-1980.   Getty’s Media relations supervisor Julie Jaskol said that ...

The Hidden Figures of an Overnight Journey

The Hidden Figures of an Overnight Journey

Kayla Mitchell, Staff Writer

September 21, 2017

Coming into any Da Vinci School, the overnighter is definitely one of the most exciting events to look forward to. Many freshmen go to overnighter without knowing the significance behind it. Overnighter leaders do their best to show the freshman what it means to be a student at Da Vinci Communications. ...

New Faces, Better Representation

New Faces, Better Representation

Ashely Banks, Web Designer

September 21, 2017

As Da Vinci Communications High School continues to expand its class sizes, the school has also brought along new teachers with contrasting backgrounds. This diversity has been long awaited and many of the students here are glad to see that even the school’s teaching staff is just as inclusive as i...

Our Founding Father

Our Founding Father

Editorial Staff

May 18, 2017

A great teacher inspires and exhibits the resilient characteristics of someone driven by passion and curiosity. It is through the cultivation of patience, passion, and curiosity that Nathan Barrymore, who graduated from Claremont McKenna in 2009, challenged what it meant to be an educator. Often...

Letter From the Editor

Sarah Ceja, Editor-in-Chief

May 18, 2017

As we began this first year in journalism, I don’t think anyone knew just quite what we were in for. Da Vinci’s first journalism class got to test drive a system that will continue to change and improve as the years go by.  I’ve seen articles written about racism and heavily debated issues in the media a...

Fathers and Daughters

Fathers and Daughters

Janae Polk, Staff Writer

April 28, 2017

“A good dad is someone who doesn’t abandon their child in any situation, someone who is a rock for their child and is a prime example of what every man should be,” says Erica Bentley. The prevalence of black youth and their absent fathers has always been seen as comedic to the world, but while...

To the American People,

To the American People,

Sarah Ceja, Editor-in-Chief

December 9, 2016

I have never been more disgusted or disappointed in my entire life as I was on the night of November 8, 2016. That night, you proved to me that history means nothing, that hate and selfishness continue to rule our lives and the world we create for ourselves. For how much longer you will choose to ignor...

A Letter from the Editor

Sarah Ceja, Editor-In-Chief

November 9, 2016

“I became a journalist because I did not want to rely on newspapers for information.” - Christopher Hitchens

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