d.tech’s Hunger Games

| Leo Belman | lbelman20@dtechhs.org | February 26, 2020 | Late in the evening of Saturday, February 22nd, nearly half of d.tech seniors received a different sort of homework assignment. “Senior Water Assassins” is one variant of the popular and widespread college and high school game called “Assassin” or “Killer,” and has found its way …

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 …

Voter Registration Aims to Inform Students

| Jemma Schroder | jschroder20@dtechhs.org | February 4, 2020 | With the 2020 elections just around the corner, the United States is becoming increasingly politically aware, d.tech being no exception. During the first two weeks of February, a Voter Registration Drive will be held by a group of juniors and seniors in hopes of preparing …

Formal 2020 Draws a Crowd

| Kira Hofelmann | khofelmann20@dtechhs.org | February 3, 2020 | For this year’s Winter Formal, d.leadership rolled out the red carpet for the Old Hollywood themed night. On February 1st, over 200 students pulled up to the City Nights dance club on Harrison Street in San Francisco to chill with friends, eat food, dance the …

Sophomore Passion Projects 2019-2020

| Amrisha Maharaj | amaharaj22@dtechhs.org | January 28, 2020 | Since the beginning of time, d.tech, known for its creative, inspirational, and passionate students, has always encouraged the creation of passion projects to help make the world a better place. By advocating for students to participate in programs such as the Innovation Diploma, and providing …