The Wildcat Tribune

Shawn Mendes Official Website
caption:

Shawn Mendes’s fourth studio album leaves us all in “Wonder”

Mahika Arya, Web Editor in Chief February 24, 2021

Shawn Mendes released his refreshing fourth studio album, “Wonder”, on Dec. 4, stunning listeners with diverse rhythms and deviating from traditional pop music. Many of the songs in “Wonder”...

How to become an actor in 2021

Riya Mehta, Multimedia Editor February 5, 2021
Want to become an actor? Skip the lengthy process of grilling performance technique practice, years of schooling, and the struggle to find a decent agent with these quick and easy steps!
Junior Ethan Hsu will play pitcher for the Princeton baseball team.

Junior Ethan Hsu commits to Princeton for baseball

Mason Fang and Aditya Arora January 30, 2021

Dougherty Valley junior Ethan Hsu recently committed early to play baseball at Princeton University in fall 2022 for his outstanding performance as a pitcher. Born in Taiwan, Hsu first began playing...

“Nights When Nothing Happened” immortalizes the story of an immigrant family

Aditi Praveen January 28, 2021

In his heart-wrenching debut novel, “Nights When Nothing Happened,” author Simon Han illustrates the convoluted and intricate dynamics of a Chinese immigrant family in Plano, Texas. Han explores the...

Star Wars: Squadrons puts gamers in the pilot seat

Aatif Ahmed, Staff Writer January 28, 2021

“Star Wars: Squadrons,” a new video game by EA (Electronic Arts), was released on Oct. 1, 2020. Its gameplay consists of high-speed space combat with Star Wars ships in a first-person view. “Star...

Dougherty Valley sports cancelled until further notice

Dougherty Valley sports cancelled until further notice

Alina Mohammadian, Staff Writter January 28, 2021

As the second wave of COVID-19 hits, Dougherty Valley sports are cancelled to accommodate serious state safety protocols to keep athletes safe. Winter has begun and so has the second spike in coronavirus...

The Cousins lacked in a central plot, deviating from the McManus mystery standard that made her previous books so enticing.

“The Cousins” disappoints as a mystery novel, presenting itself instead as a family drama

Mahika Arya, Web Editor in Chief January 24, 2021

Karen McManus’s widely anticipated YA mystery novel, “The Cousins”, falls flat with a dragged-out plot, convoluted romances, dramas and an unclear mystery. McManus’s first book, “One of Us...

“The Queen’s Gambit” sheds light upon female experiences with addiction that media has lacked for too long

Jade Wang and Nihal Singh January 22, 2021

Please be advised this review discusses sensitive topics such as substance abuse and suicide. “Magic vitamins.” This is how tranquilizer pills are introduced in the first episode of “The Queen’s...

disruption of circadian rhythm can lead to fatigue and impaired cognitive abilities.

How To Maximize Your Performance On Exams: A Biological Overview

Faizan Azhar, PR Editor January 21, 2021

Oftentimes, students stay up late the night before an exam to get extra last-minute studying in. However, this extra study time that may seem to give an advantage the next day only hurts students.  There...

The women who dedicate their lives to pursue their passion, with rigorous training and mentally draining tournaments, should be acknowledged and valued for exactly that — not a fabric of clothing that they are sexualized through

Sexualized female athletic uniforms devalues women’s sports

Aria Khalique and Riya Mehta January 20, 2021

“Let's go watch the girls at the volleyball game” is a phrase probably articulated by every teen boy ever. A phrase that emphasizes how the sexualization of women in sports diminishes their value and...

Student-led nonprofits sell hand-made goods as quarantine continues

Rikin Patel, Sports Editor January 20, 2021

Dougherty student-led non-profit businesses have been selling clothing and other hand-made products online during quarantine to donate to charitable organizations that tackle the world’s most pressing...

Due to COVID-19, SAT testing sites have been forced to cancel tens of thousands of tests, sparking discussions about the future of standardized tests in the college admissions process.

SAT cancellations raise questions about the future of standardized testing

Aditya Arora and Mason Fang January 20, 2021

Update: The College Board announced on Jan. 19 that it will no longer be offering the SAT subject tests or optional essays in order to “simplify demands on students.”   After the COVID-19...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
Ω Issue 4: 2020-21