Why Russia’s Jehovah’s Witness Ban Is Wrong

By Dominique Donio   Who are Jehovah’s Witnesses? Why are they banned in Russia? Jehovah’s Witnesses are part of a religious organization that teach the Bible, its message about God’s kingdom, and hope for the future, to any who are interested. This activity is based on the original Christian teachings set by Jesus from the …

I’m Proud of My RBF

By Ashley Phan I’m sure all of us know what the acronym “RBF” refers to. (If you don’t, look it up. It’s probably a familiar concept.) It’s a popular slang that originated from a 2013 meme (no, I don’t know which meme), and is commonly used to describe women who look naturally angry or stuck …

Unicorn Frappucino: Was it Worth the Hype?

By Daniellee Benfica Millennials and Generation Z love unicorns and holographic accessories, so in mid-April, when Starbucks posted the limited edition Unicorn Frappucino on its Instagram account,  it went viral. Once people got their hands on the aesthetically pleasing drink, however, the reviews on Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat were mixed. Starbucks claimed on its post that …

Limon Rotisserie Does It Right

By Sofya Shatalova Limón Rotisserie, which replaced Kabul Afghan Cuisine, is a newly-opened Peruvian restaurant on the corner of California Drive and Burlingame Avenue. It’s a small restaurant, ideal for a luncheon or an early dinner, with tables packed together snugly. My party of eight began with drinks. We ordered a pitcher of Sangria for …

Baking News: Student Chefs!

By Bibi Wong Within d.tech, there are many culinary talents, ranging from baking to pan-frying. I interviewed five d.tech students about cooking, and their favorite dish. Dominique Donio: Donio started baking when she was in her teens, with her mom and sister. Having a huge sweet tooth, Donio enjoys baking chocolate cake and chocolate cookies. When …

Review: The Cupertino Cherry Blossom Festival

By Sophia Li Last weekend, Cupertino hosted their annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Memorial Park, featuring arts and craft booths, Japanese cultural displays, delicious Japanese food, live entertainment, children’s activities, and cultural demonstrations. The Cherry Blossom Festivals are organized to celebrate the relationship between sister cities Cupertino and Toyokawa, Japan. The relationship was established in 1978, …

Q&A with Teri Hu

By Sean Duarte New English 1-2 teacher, Teri Hu, sat down with The Dragon to talk about herself and her opinions about d.tech. Q: What has your experience been like here at d.tech so far? I really like it so far. Here at d.tech, it is like there is a weight lifted from the usual …