Surprise Visit from VP Pence

The Dragon Staff | March 20, 2019 Men in black with earpieces. The highway shut down. An average Tuesday morning on the d.tech campus was flipped on its head as students scrambled to even enter the building without an entourage of escorts. Rumors scattered all throughout the building about which public figure could’ve possibly warranted …

Girls Varsity Basketball Finishes Record Season, Fall Just Short of Playoffs

Hezekiah Smithstein | hsmithstein19@dtechhs.org | February 19, 2019 During the last game of the girls Varsity basketball season, emotions in the Oracle gym were running high: Sadness, because the two senior members of the team would be playing their last game ever. Nervousness, because they were about to play in front of the full stands …

Student Rep Position Abolished, Replaced by Student Advisory Council

Jaya Reddy | jreddy19@dtechhs.org | February 15, 2019 A single student cannot represent all of d.tech’s weirdness. So what is the role of Thomas Weese, our Student Representative? As it turns out, there isn’t a student representative anymore. In early May of 2018, senior Thomas Weese was elected Student Representative by d.tech students and staff. …

One Test To Measure It All

Taylor Abbey | tabbey19@dtechhs.org | February 1, 2019 As January intersession began to wind down, many students scrambled to put together their coveted photo essays–all tailored to display every student’s unique d.lab experience. However, amidst the hustle and bustle to stash a bunch of low-quality photos into a Google slide deck, it was revealed that …

Formal: A Night Under The Stars

Andrew Nourie | anourie19@dtechhs.org | January 23, 2019 Imagine, if you will, that you are in a large, humid cafeteria owned by a community college. The smell of sweat and Doritos consumes your senses as “Sicko Mode” by Travis Scott (featuring Drake) blasts through the speakers. Dozens of high school students awkwardly sway to lyrics …