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Quarantivities & Stories #6: Gratitude during COVID-19

Quarantivities & Stories #6: Gratitude during COVID-19

Eva Shen, Managing Editor

May 1, 2020

Sometimes the only time I feel content is during the hour just before bed: time I spend writing in my gratitude journal. My gratitude journal — dark green, with a gold ribbon — was my 2020 New Year’s Resolution: everyday I would write down three things I was grateful for. Grand experiences or th...

Quarantivities & Stories #5: How to hang out with friends (while social distancing)

Quarantivities & Stories #5: How to hang out with friends (while social distancing)

Mahika Arya, Web Manager

April 29, 2020

During the stressful times of COVID-19, it’s important to maintain relationships, and for us teenagers, that means keeping in contact with our friends. But, of course, we must maintain social distancing simultaneously, which leads to a slight problem. How do we hang out with people without hangi...

Quarantivities & Stories #4: Being an environmentalist during lockdown

Quarantivities & Stories #4: Being an environmentalist during lockdown

Shruthi Narayanan, Assistant Arts and Entertainment Editor

April 23, 2020

Normally, the month of April is the time when environmentalism is at its peak. One of the reasons for this is Earth Day. Usually the fourth Wednesday in April, Earth Day is the day when climate strikes and protests most often occur. However, with COVID-19 in full bloom this year and people staying home...

Quarantivities & Stories #3: Baking, fermenting and crocheting

Quarantivities & Stories #3: Baking, fermenting and crocheting

Annie Nguyen, AP Environmental Science and Chemistry Teacher

April 21, 2020

My parents are not hobbyists — growing up I never saw them developing skills "just for fun." Either there was a utility (gardening to grow food, cooking to put a meal on the table) or it was watching TV, which is enjoyable, but rather passive. Coming into my adulthood, I was finally able to have the ...

Quarantivities & Stories #2: A brief history of (other) pandemics

Quarantivities & Stories #2: A brief history of (other) pandemics

Sneha Cheenath, Managing Editor

April 16, 2020

We are living through the catastrophe of the generation. As more news releases come out about COVID-19 every day, the future becomes increasingly unclear. To discern our next steps and understand the present, we have to look at our past. The current times are unfamiliar but not unprecedented. Below, I...

Quarantivities & Stories #1: A stream of consciousness

Quarantivities & Stories #1: A stream of consciousness

Daniela Wise, Social Media Editor

April 14, 2020

So it seems like society has become its own dystopian novel; the film "Contagion" come to life. We are all stuck at home, and although this sounds like something counter-productive, when you have a lot of time to think during quarantine, your mind tends to wander, and you learn a lot more about your...

Advice Column 19-20: Week 8

Oce Bohra, Megan Dhillon, Michael Han, Amrita Himmatraopet, Harshita Neralla, Shruthi Narayanan, and Daniela Wise

March 3, 2020

Hello DV students – thank you for submitting to the Wildcat Tribune’s advice column! We’ve tried our best to answer your questions for this week. Disclaimer: The advice of the Wildcat Tribune Advice Column is provided by students, for students. While we have your best interests in mind, and...

Meme of the Week #2

Meme of the Week #2

Soham Kinhikar, Sports Editor

February 27, 2020

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