Seniors at Service

By: Georgina Fakoukaki The senior year has almost come to an end yet some feel the vibe of something impactful has been missing from the senior class. The popularly held opinion is that as d.tech keeps expanding and becoming more well-known, the need to connect with the outer community has become more critical. Senior Fiona Cheung …

Teacher Friend Groups

By: Ryan Harsono Staff members eat lunch too. Who do they eat with? Ever wonder who your favorite teacher is chatting up during lunch? At d.tech, it’s clear that our atmosphere and culture differs from that of other high schools and, evidently, that not only applies to students, but faculty as well. When asked to …

Prom Fashion

By: Emily Hom Ball Gowns on the Red Carpet  Dresses fit for a princess were all the rage this prom season. Skirts were full and brushed the floor, fabrics were tulle and satiny, and adornment simple. These gowns may be reminiscent of ones worn for hundreds of years by the wealthy and nobility, but wearing …

Killer Geese

By: Rye Spooner We’re experiencing some new winged company now that we’ve moved into Oracle We’re gonna get straight to the point, we’ve got some neighbors, and I’m not talking about Oracle employees. I’m talking about the geese. While some students may find them cute and cuddly, others are on constant edge from fear of an …

The d.tech Piano: An Obituary

By: Malia Savella The Oracle campus has everything…except for one thing At the birth of our new campus, we also acknowledge a death. As of January 9th, 2018, d.tech’s baby grand piano has passed away. For two and a half years, our PABs and lunches were colored by a piano that sat in the hangar, …

Good Luck, Juniors

By: Arthur Yu The seniors have done it. Now it’s juniors’ time. Get ready to take on the dreaded college application process. With d.tech’s founding class finally in its senior year, the school’s first college application cycle is coming to an end. Guiding the seniors through the process for the first time was the school’s …