Getting Cheesed: A Cheese Review

Jasmin Texidor | jtexidor19@dtechhs.org | November 5, 2018 What began 10,000 years ago was only an accident — A simple mistake made by travelers wishing for a place to store their precious milk. Inside the stomachs of animals was where milk found its sanctuary, but also its demise. You see, an enzyme in the animal …

Koi to Dragon: The Birth of d.tech’s New Mural

Vani Suresh | vsuresh19@dtechhs.org | October 29, 2018 You’ve probably noticed the giant mural, spanning three walls by room 103. Wonder what that’s all about? The mural was a project undertaken during the ‘Drawing and Painting: Mural Arts’ Exploration class during last Intersession, and students are continuing to work on it during Lab days. Mike …

Hello OpenWorld: d.tech’s Innovation on Display

Asa Bensaid | abensaid19@d.techhs.org | October 29, 2018 Cameras rolled early last week at Oracle OpenWorld, a global conference for Oracle customers that takes place yearly in downtown San Francisco. For three days, d.tech students showed off their projects to businesspeople from all around the world. Despite the conference being oriented towards professionals, The Oracle …

Senior Night: A Volley of Emotions Left the Team Balling

Vani Suresh | vsuresh19@dtechhs.org | October 26, 2018 The room was full of wildly roaring dragons, intricate handshakes, and more than five photographers. The air was passionate and celebratory, cementing this bittersweet moment into d.tech history. The pioneers of the d.tech Girls Volleyball team played their last game against Summit Prep on Tuesday, Senior Night. …

Seniors Stay Fresh With Their Style

Julia Reid | jreid19@dtechhs.org | October 26, 2018 At d.tech we pride ourselves in being different from a “normal” high school. We see this through intersession, FITs, lab days, lack of AP classes and much more; but what about the student body, especially the seniors who have been here longer than any other class? Certainly …