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The Wildcat Tribune

The 2023 California wildfire season has been less active compared to recent years, leading to less natural destruction.

California cities avoid major fires and smoky days

William Zhao, Staff Writer November 1, 2023

California’s 2023 fire season has been subdued compared to past years, allowing for less damages to local communities and more pristine skies.  Heavy rainfall in this past spring helped alleviate...

CollegeBoard adds a fourth math course to its collection called AP Precalculus.

“AP Precalculus” reflects longstanding problem of math advancement

Nina Stadermann, Staff Writer October 3, 2023

Starting this year, CollegeBoard is finally introducing Advanced Placement Precalculus – raising the question of whether or not Dougherty Valley High School should adopt the newest AP course. Why...

In their relentless pursuit for a cure, Geri and Zachary Landman redefine the limits of hope as they navigate the uncharted territory of their daughters rare genetic disorder.

Landman Family’s Quest to Defy Rare Disease Sparks Hope for Rare Disease Research

Shreyas Sambara and Shreya Jagannathan May 24, 2023

At just four months old, Tri-Valley physicians Geri and Zachary Landman’s daughter, Lucy Landman, was diagnosed with PGAP3, a rare genetic disorder that presently has no known treatment or cure.  By...

While the final film of the Guardians trilogy is more somber, it still retains the key qualities that made the series so special to many fans: humor.

“Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 3” takes viewers on an emotional rollercoaster

Anaisha Das, Web Editor-in-Chief May 22, 2023

This review contains minor spoilers.   If you had told me that I would be crying because of an anthropomorphic raccoon, I would have never believed you. But last week in the Bishop Ranch movie...

Sisters Kaaya and Kavya Singhal run local business ‘K2sweetdelights,’ with the goal of baking for their friends and family.

Creative student-run businesses at DV build community and connections

Ananya Mukherjee and Anika Kodali May 17, 2023

Small, student-run businesses at Dougherty Valley appeal to the large and diverse student population. In this second spotlight feature, the Tribune staff interviewed the owners of creative small businesses,...

Kimberly Wiese makes her international debut, representing Team USA in the Women 71kg class.

Kimberly Wiese represents Team USA’s Weightlifting Team

Emily Wong, Arts and Entertainment Editor April 26, 2023

Junior Kimberly Wiese represented Team USA, which placed second out of the 58 competing countries, at the 2023 International Weightlifting Federation Youth World Championships from March 25 to April 1...

Tech layoffs in major companies, such as Meta and Google, affect thousands of employees and raises  concerns about the trajectory of the industry.

Technology company layoffs prompt concerns over the future of the computer science industry

Anaisha Das, Mitali Mittal, and Allan Zhang April 12, 2023

As major tech companies, such Meta and Amazon, lay off tens of thousands of employees, many have raised concerns regarding the effect these mass layoffs will have on current students’ perception of the...

Farm subsidies pay farmers part of the cost of producing cash crops.

Farm subsidies are destroying the world

Rikin Patel and Jennifer Sheng March 30, 2023

Recent Ukraine and COVID-19 supply chain shocks are yet another reminder of the world’s worsening food security crisis. They have brought hunger to millions of people, especially in low-income countries...

Madison Macachor wrestled Granada’s Kaylen Williams at the EBAL Championships on Feb. 10 and 11.

Senior Madison Macachor brings home first-ever girls EBAL wrestling title

Abby Kapur, Sports Editor March 1, 2023

Dougherty Valley varsity wrestling co-captain, senior Madison Macachor, won first in the East Bay Athletic League (EBAL) wrestling championship at Dublin High School on Feb. 11, advancing to compete in...

Poster for the Marvel movie “Ant-Man and the Wasp Quantumania

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania explores an wondrous universe and sets up phase five of the MCU

Daniel Lee, Multimedia Manager March 1, 2023

Warning: Spoilers On Feb. 17, Marvel kicked off “Phase Five” of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) with the release of “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” and the unveiling of the newest main...

SRVUSD needs to protect their students rather than ignore them.

SRVUSD’s sexual abuse records infected with lies and misconduct.

Nishita Mukherjee, Managing Editor March 1, 2023

 In sixth grade, my favorite teacher was my math teacher. He was so sweet with me, I thought. He would make jokes, give me candy whenever I wanted and would listen to all of my middle school drama. But...

The applications of generative artificial intelligence to music composition have the potential to revolutionize the industry. However, these technologies also raise questions about their limited capacity for creativity, as well as the possibility of copyright infringement and bias.

Artificial Intelligence transforms the creation and consumption of music

Jennifer Sheng and Allan Zhang March 1, 2023

In late January, Google announced the development of MusicLM, a novel artificial intelligence with the ability to translate text-based prompts into music. The growth of such forms of generative artificial...

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