Date Spots: Get Ready to Go Steady

Andrew “Funny Writer” Nourie | anourie19@d.techhs.org | March 13, 2019 Couples at our glorious school, d.tech, have been overcome with confusion and indecisiveness for far too long. Too many students have no idea where to take their sugar biscuits and snuggle bears. Fret no longer my lovely lovers, for I have brought my girlfriend, Taylor …

Introducing Intersession: d.tech’s Second Trip to Puerto Rico

Spencer Wong | swong19@dtechhs.org | February 20, 2019 After months of planning and fundraising, the long-awaited second trip of the Puerto Rico Exchange program happened during January Intersession. Accompanied by Spanish Teacher Lilia Pineda and Geometry teacher Joanne da Luz, 15 students traveled to Naranjito, Puerto Rico for 10 days to be teacher assistants at …

Flying Above the Expected

Aaron Chow | achow19@dtechhs.org | June 11, 2018 Did you know that according to the Federal Aviation Administration, there are about 5,000 aircrafts in the sky at any given time? It is impressive how widespread flying has become as it requires a great passion for it, considering the hours of training and financial costs associated …

Campus Tour of LA Liberal Arts Colleges

By Maxine Zigmond-Ramm Photos taken by author Many juniors are in the process of touring colleges, and I’m not an exception. Here are some snapshots and impressions of smaller liberal arts colleges I toured and loved in Los Angeles.   Claremont Mckenna Claremont Mckenna is part of the Claremont Consortium and is very friendly. I went …

MOMA’s Spring ‘17 Exhibit, Matisse/Diebenkorn

By Savannah Summers MOMA’s Matisse/Diebenkorn Spring was a delightful weekend excursion that featured 40 pieces by the post-modern French artist, Henri Matisse, and 60 by Richard Diebenkorn, an artist that was part of the Bay Area Figurative movement. The influence of Matisse’s work in the early 20th century resonates plainly in Diebenkorn’s color schemes and …