Insecurities

| Jane Wang | jwang20@dtechhs.org | February 20, 2020 | Many of us have felt insecure before—looked in the mirror and scowled to see acne-scarred skin or “too-skinny” arms. We’ve scrolled through videos of child-prodigies in our YouTube feeds, lamenting how we’ve done nothing with our lives. Even at school, many of us eye our …

Cats: Musical Turned Movie Fail

| Samantha Mah | smah21@dtechhs.org | January 28, 2020 | The film Cats, released on December 20, 2019, has been notorious for its egregious critic and audience reviews. The musical fantasy film is based on the musical composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber, which is based on the 1939 poetry collection Old Possum’s Book of Practical …

Letters from the Editors In Chief

Hezekiah Smithstein (Editor in Chief, Web) Thoughout this past year, reporting, writing, editing, and publishing stories for The Dragon has consumed my waking hours. But it has also allowed me to step back from my own life to share the vibrant personalities, experiences, and perspectives of the d.tech community. Being Editor in Chief of The …

Queer Eye For the Math Guy

Julia Green | jgreen20@dtechhs.org | May 16, 2019 David Groat: possibly your math teacher, advisor, or a happy go lucky orange man roaming the hallways with a huge smile on his face. No matter what your relationship is to Groat, you can probably tell that he is one of the most genuine and selfless teachers …

Ghost Adventures is too Para-Normal

Tyler Sanderville | tsanderville19@dtechhs.org | May 15, 2019 If I truly had it my way, the only thing I’d say about this romping humdrum of a show is that my first viewing put me to sleep faster than an empty lab day. The show even earned The Truly Terrible Television award from the Independent Investigations …