America’s Personal Arsenal

By: Jacob Fisher In the wake of the recent Parkland, Florida shooting, people wonder why there is such a huge demand for guns in the US. The gun control debate is more fired up than ever, with questions about whether people really need daily access to weapons of war. There is a vast quantity of …

d.tech Fashion

By: Elliot Boz While some don’t care, others live to be fashionable. Fashion. A vague term used to describe the way one dresses. You may be considered in fashion or not, but what does “in fashion” really mean? Fashion is constantly evolving, weaving in new trends with the old. And now in the 2010’s, after …

Fly Me to the Slough

By: Marcus Figueroa If you’re a d.tech student or staff member, surely you’ve looked outside the building and seen the Belmont Slough. Beside the muddy water, you may have noticed several different types of birds. The slough serves as the perfect place for bird watchers in the d.tech community and a researchable setting for students …

Freedom’s Realm

By: Jasmin Texidor Math teacher Freedom Cheteni, who has one of the most interesting personalities in d.tech history, can often be heard talking about “The Realm”. But what does anyone know what that is or what it means?  The Realm: A mysterious void of existence enshrouded in rumors and alluring uncertainty. You may be wondering what “The …