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Houses in the Bay Area, like the ones in San Francisco, have experienced a stark rise in prices due to the Covid pandemic.

COVID-19 Leads to Bay Area Housing Crisis

Rhea Master and Rishi Ramesh October 12, 2021

In the past year, COVID-19 has exacerbated the Bay Area housing crisis as competition has drastically increased housing prices. “Median prices for single family homes across nine counties rose to...

Anirudh Basu, senior and co - president of Science Alliance, introduces his club to potential members during in-person Club Day.

Clubs consider impacts of COVID during transition to in-person

Grace Yang, Ananya Pinnamaneni, and Olivia Phongsa October 7, 2021

COVID-19 has left many clubs unable to return to their pre-pandemic environment, but unintentionally, as clubs begin to resume their traditional activities, this turned out to be an advantage for some.  With...

DVHS band is back together again

Kimberly Cui, Grace Zhao, and Jennifer Sheng October 5, 2021

On Sept. 17, DVHS pep band rallied together for their first football game of the season against Mt. Diablo High School in a spirited return to in-person pep. From freshmen’s first pep game to seniors’...

Both students and teachers at DVHS were forced to change their daily routines due to the pandemic.

Dougherty students and faculty share their experiences during the year at home

Akilesh Kale and Allan Zhang September 29, 2021

Over the course of the 2020-2021 school year, teachers and students at Dougherty Valley High School alike attended school at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and many believe their lives have changed...

Students take their first tests in-person on paper after spending a year in online school.

Teachers adjust to in-person test-taking following online school

Anaisha Das, Assistant Web Manager September 29, 2021

As Dougherty Valley High School transitions from remote learning to in-person learning for the upcoming school year, students and teachers adjust to changes in conducting assessments. The differences...

Students return to campus for in-person learning

COVID-19 cases emerge in SRVUSD schools amid in-person learning

Ariel Wang, Social Media Editor August 13, 2021

As of Friday, Aug. 13, San Ramon Valley Unified District (SRVUSD) reported a total of seven COVID cases within four schools, with three positive cases from Vista Grande Elementary School, two cases from...

DVHS senior class officers host prom amidst setbacks by the COVID-19 pandemic

Olivia Phongsa, Jennifer Sheng, and Grace Zhao June 3, 2021

The DVHS senior class officers held the Mask-querade Prom on campus on May 14, the culmination of a planning process brokered by the COVID-19 pandemic. A typical DVHS prom takes place at the California...

Students sit in the quad as they watch the homecoming rally on May 7th

Freshmen experience their first in-person high school Homecoming Rally

Leanne Park, Staff Writer May 31, 2021

On May 7th, 2021, during 8 to 10 p.m., Dougherty Valley High School students attended an in-person homecoming rally with the theme of  “Willie Goes Remote.” Fifty students in each grade attended,...

As India struggles with the COVID-19 crisis, members of the Indian diaspora try to communicate with family members and friends affected by the virus

The Indian diaspora in San Ramon helps loved ones overseas amid COVID-19 crisis

Anaisha Das, Assistant Web Manager May 28, 2021

The Indian diaspora in San Ramon finds ways to help and communicate with loved ones amid the devastating surge of COVID-19 cases in India.   As restrictions begin to ease and more people are vaccinated...

This infographic provides an overview of the process of obtaining a driving permit in California, from applying for the test to submitting required forms to visiting the office, using text and supplementary images.

A guide to driver’s license testing during COVID-19 lockdown

Jiayu Zhan and Boomika Velineni May 24, 2021

Driver’s licenses are issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) after a person has been tested to meet the requirements for safe driving. Since the tests are all in-person, the process has recently...

CDC now allows desks to be three feet apart, changing the rules in the class

C.D.C now allows school desks to be three feet apart from each other

Shereen Ahmed, Opinions Editor April 30, 2021

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) had recently announced that school desks no longer need to be six feet apart to maintain a safe classroom environment against the novel Coronavirus....

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