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DVC’s First Day of Service

DVC’s First Day of Service

Hailey Reyes and Sarah Carrillo

April 8, 2019

https://www.scribblemaps.com/api/maps/images/450/450/6g1LLJrStJ.png March 29th marked DVC’s first day of service where advisories united together to help the community in various locations such as Santa Monica, Dockweiler Beach, Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy, and the Los Angeles Regional Food...

Trip to Little Tokyo

Trip to Little Tokyo

Jaylene Maldonado and Kaiya Alsobrook

April 1, 2019

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DVC Talks Rx

Sarah Carrillo and Samin Champion, Staff Writer and Managing Editor

January 31, 2019

January 30th, 2019 marked an important status quo for DVC, an age of schoolwide awareness and education in abuse, one that was paved towards by a lecture presented by Dr. Elizabeth Ozegbe, a CVS pharmacist. Dr. Ozegbe’s lecturing career began in 2016 with CVS’s One Choice Lecture Initiative when...

Drowning

Alana (Attends Da Vinci Science)

November 14, 2018

Drowning Sometimes I feel like I’m in an ocean The waves pound on my skin My thoughts overwhelm me Although there’s air, I can’t breathe it in   Soon enough my doubts get the best of me And I start sinking quick But in the beginning, I pretend it’s nothing ...

Benny Illescas

Benny Illescas

Vanessa Hernandez and Lesley Rodriguez, Photo and Video Editor

September 27, 2018

Q:  Why do you enjoy music so much? A: Music is something that mellows me out, it can also push me to do things. It's something everyone can enjoy, there are no barriers. I feel like by making and analyzing music I can create something. By listening to music, I feel I can create a whole movie.

DVC Students Go Clubbing

DVC Students Go Clubbing

Kaiya Alsobrook, Staff Writer

September 26, 2018

0With high school being a bridge to many other paths in life, students at Da Vinci Communications often find themselves focusing on academics and missing out on an intricate part of growing and being successful in high school; clubs. At Da Vinci’s club fair, which took place on September 6th, 2018,...

A School That Believes in Redemption

A School That Believes in Redemption

Rocio Handal Rodriguez and Alessandra Pacheco, Humans of DVC Editor and Features Editor

June 5, 2018

Imagine being homeless, suffering from addiction, or lacking in resources that could help. Family and friends can not help because they are in the same situation. Treatments and resources are not available, so there is a feeling of loneliness. People can feel so alone in these situations that d...

Spotify Playlist

Ashely Banks, Web Designer

February 18, 2018

The Taco Dollar

Ruben Cassanova, Student Contributor

February 9, 2018

From the moment you walk up to Taco Dollar, your first thought is probably, “is this even legal?” The answer is probably no. Everything from the churro lady posted up in the parking lot or the man selling all of his bootleg movies and Spanish music cd’s and even the policemen and firefighters ...

The Dangerously Charming Burger

Roberto Gongora, Student Contributor

February 9, 2018

Food is something that we all can relate, we eat it when we’re hungry, when we’re sad, and when we want to share something with our friends and families. Food has a unique way of expressing itself, it’s art that you can eat, colors you can smell, and music you can taste. Today I had a cheeseburg...

Give Your Tastebuds a Thrill at Tatsu Ramen

Give Your Tastebuds a Thrill at Tatsu Ramen

Elaiza Villegas, Student Contributor

February 9, 2018

The restless street of Sawtelle provides the perfect setting to enjoy a nice hot bowl of ramen on a whim on a Sunday night. The nightlife in the area is all part of the attraction, with young people popping in and out of the local restaurants and eateries, coming from or going to karaoke, a night ou...

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