d.tech’s Second Ever Multi-Cultural Show Puts Diversity on Display

Jessica Baggott | jbaggott19@dtechhs.org | April 30, 2019 Irish Dancing, a Georganian song about trains, a 16th-century joust, and a song from the popular video game Minecraft. What do they all have in common? On Friday, April 26th, d.tech students performed all of these pieces in d.tech’s second annual Multicultural Show. The show this year …

Questions Remain as Mr. Gutierrez Returns From Absence Caused by Health Concerns

Maya Pratt-Bauman | mprattbauman19@dtechhs.org | April 24, 2019 Life is short, and the unexpected can creep up on you. World History teacher Michael Gutierrez knows this all too well. “I collapsed,” said Gutierrez when describing what happened on February 18th, “I [got] up out of bed in the middle of the night… and I collapsed. …

The Time You Didn’t Know You Could Privately Get Birth Control: During School Hours.

Jessica Baggott | jbaggott19@dtechhs.org | April 11, 2019 In order to protect the students interviewed for this article, their real names have been changed to Hannah, Emma, and Madison. By the later years of high school, many students have gone through countless sexual education classes, their first relationships, and started to establish a large degree …