Formal 2020 Draws a Crowd

| Kira Hofelmann | khofelmann20@dtechhs.org | February 3, 2020 | For this year’s Winter Formal, d.leadership rolled out the red carpet for the Old Hollywood themed night. On February 1st, over 200 students pulled up to the City Nights dance club on Harrison Street in San Francisco to chill with friends, eat food, dance the …

Sophomore Passion Projects 2019-2020

| Amrisha Maharaj | amaharaj22@dtechhs.org | January 28, 2020 | Since the beginning of time, d.tech, known for its creative, inspirational, and passionate students, has always encouraged the creation of passion projects to help make the world a better place. By advocating for students to participate in programs such as the Innovation Diploma, and providing …

Robotics Kicks off New Season

| Max Hofelmann | mofelmann20@dtechhs.org | January 28, 2020 | Robotics can at times be celebrated, at times be contentious, but at all times is a quintessential part of d.tech. For those who are unaware, in 2014, a group of passionate and driven students came together to found Team 5940 B.R.E.A.D—the robotics team. After all, …

Update on the CBL Grade Converter

| Corwin Davidson | cdavidson20@dtechhs.org | October 21, 2019 | Competency-based learning. Depending on who you talk to, the utterance of this name could bring a nod or a torrent of swearing. In the words of junior Sam Mendelson, the originator of a student grade converter, “student attitudes are…very negative, excuse me, overwhelmingly negative.” Perhaps …

Which Cafe is best?

| Phoebe Rak | prak20@dtechhs.org | September 30, 2019 | D.tech students love the cafes; students are always looking for a teacher walking out at lunch they can tag along with to get their fix of higher quality food. But which cafe is really the best out of the abundance of options that students and …