Black Friday

By: Michael Bentley Many people believe Thanksgiving is held in honor of a feast between the Pilgrims and the Native Americans, but that’s just wrong. It is really meant to rest one’s body and mind in preparation for Black Friday to get the last free XBox from the sometimes literal doorbuster deals. But this long-standing …

Take a Knee

By: William De Bruce Colin Kaepernick stood on one knee in solidarity. He was expressing his constitutional right, but he knew there would be backlash. Now other teams have followed his example — they kneel in protest of the injustices, oppressions, and inequalities against people of color. However, some fans have shown their dislike for …

The Flash and His Impulse

By: William De Bruce I was going to write an article reviewing the CW Network’s The Flash, a show about DC Comic’s superhero Flash and his struggles as alter-ego Barry Allen whilst fighting villains and quasi-soap opera drama with his friends. The article was going to be titled, “Flash: Why it’s the worst show”. I …

Sorry, Remind Me of Your Name?

By: Michael Bentley ‘Learning Hub’ became ‘FIT.’ ‘Infractions’ became ‘Community Agreement Violations.’ ‘Alpha’ became ‘1st Period.’ ‘Mr. Andrew’ became ‘Mr. McAndrew.’ There is no doubt that d.tech has a culture of arbitrarily changing the names of everything. Even the students do it; remember when they replaced all the rooms’ names for the Presentations of Learning …

Minnesota Street Project Review

By: Max Otake Tucked between the giant warehouses that make up San Francisco’s once primarily industrial neighborhood of Dogpatch, lies the Minnesota Street Project (MSP). Housed inside three warehouses are some of San Francisco’s finest galleries and artist studios. At the forefront of San Francisco’s next great arts district, the Minnesota Street Project is a …

Calling out Catcalls: Op Ed

By Kat Chu I love adventuring around, but wherever I go, I’m always surrounded by people; there is nowhere to hide. Especially in the cities, there are always people outside. Often, men outside. Men who think they own the road, purely because they’re men. Men who think they are entitled to make a comment about …

Playback Prison: Start Anew

By Amy Natarajan The millisecond that Parks and Rec clicks into focus on the television screen, something magical happens to me. It can be a terrible day, a stressful day, or a sick day, but in a few seconds of seeing Aziz Ansari dancing in his sequined suit, a warm feeling brews inside of me. …

Poke Bowls: the “Chipotle of Sushi”

By Ezra Graves Most of you have probably had some exposure to the recent food trends: poke bowls. They’re rice bowls with raw fish and various toppings, ordered to taste. I asked 10th grade English teacher, Patrick Sullivan, what he thought about the trend, and he told me about how poke was in his childhood. …

The Best Things to do in Golden Gate Park

By Kat Chu Photos by author Golden Gate Park is one of San Francisco’s favorite and most famous places. Tourists and locals alike, enjoy over 1,000 acres of scenery and various attractions. It was even a refuge for people after the 1906 earthquake. There are tons of activities to do there, some more popular than …