What Will Happen to Quincy’s Classes and Advisory?

| Isabella Gamez | igamez22@dtechhs.org | February 5, 2020 | The sudden resignation of Advisor and Photography teacher Quincy Stamper has left many wondering who will take over his photography classes, advisory, and role of photographer for the school. The general question that seems to be on everyone’s mind is: what happens now?  Katheryn Gentzke, …

Prom Review

By: Nick Dal Porto On Saturday night, Design Tech students and their guests from neighboring institutions convened on a short offshoot of Leidesdorff Street. Making their second pilgrimage to the expanses of San Francisco, attendees gathered outside the Merchant’s Exchange Club, dressed to the teeth and dwarfed by the massive buildings that surrounded them on …

d.tech’s Image Problem

By: Sebastian Golden Hey there, d.tech student. What’s your dream job? A programmer at Oracle? A software engineer at Google? Maybe you want to found a startup to bring virtual reality to blockchain. If so, great. If not, you’re out of line with the rest of the school, according to the media. As The New …

The 1975 Show Rocked Bill Graham Civic Center

By Lauren Smith On April 28th, at the Bill Graham Civic Center in San Francisco, the alternative rock band The 1975 played. As the wild and eager fans waited outside the doors, you could tell everyone couldn’t wait for the concert to start. Once they were letting people including myself and some friends, there was …

Coachella Report

By Sofia Jones I walked down the long dusty path, flocks of people at my side sweating in the dry heat. Fidgeting with my outfit, I briskly walked forward, imagining what the weekend ahead of me would entail. As I finally reached the entrance I could hear the loud thumping music, a spike of adrenaline …