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Women gather together in union at downtown Danville to protest against the abortion laws.

San Ramon Valley residents protest to defend women’s reproductive rights

Jennifer Sheng and Praneetha Bhogi October 19, 2021

The Mississippi abortion law, followed by the Texas abortion law, threatened women’s decisions about their own bodies and led to nationwide protests, one of them being the Women’s March held in Danville,...

Cal High murder suspect found guilty

Shreyas Sambara, Journey Manager September 17, 2021

Today, Christian Kelling, 24, was found guilty on charges of second-degree murder of a 17-years-old California High School student that was committed on Dec. 4, 2018. Damani Chadly was shot multiple times...

All boys bathrooms aside from those in the 1000s building and commons are current closed due to a lack of federally-required soap.

DV-ous Licks: the TikTok trend that reached Dougherty

Mahika Arya and Jade Wang September 16, 2021

As Dougherty Valley High School (DVHS) Principal Evan Powell announced on the intercom Wed. Sept. 15 that majority of the boy’s bathrooms were to be shut down due damaged and stolen property, students...

Students return to campus for in-person learning

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

Yuxin (Ariel) Wang, Social Media Manager 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...

Demonstrators at local AAPI anti-hate rally.

Students organize San Ramon protest to “Stop Asian Hate”

Following the recent spike in anti-Asian hate crimes, Congressional candidate Rishi Kumar helped organize a youth-led anti-AAPI (American-Asian and Pacific Islander) hate rally on Sunday, April 25 at San...

SRVUSD primary students return to school for hybrid learning.

SRVUSD resumes hybrid learning for primary students

On Feb. 17, third through fifth graders, as well as students in special day classes (SDC) in the San Ramon Valley Unified School District (SRVUSD) are set to resume in-person hybrid learning, joining students...

Citing the coronavirus pandemic, College Board has announced the end of their subject tests and optional SAT essay

College Board has ended its subject tests and optional SAT essay: What does this mean?

Mahika Arya, Web Editor in Chief January 19, 2021

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." The AP, or Advanced Placement, program has...

Many Businesses to remain closed, as the  countys ICU capacity fell below 15%

Contra Costa ICU availability falls below 15%

Shereen Ahmed, Opinions Editor December 21, 2020

There are now 12.2% of ICU beds available in the Bay Area, falling below the 15 percent capacity placed by the Governor triggering a ‘Regional Stay at Home Order’ Since the county preemptively issued...

Many non-essential businesses were told to close because of a new Stay at home order.

Regional stay at home orders to take place in Contra Costa County for three weeks

Shereen Ahmed, Opinions Editor December 6, 2020

Starting on Sunday night, December 6, Contra Costa County will instate a shelter in place order similar to the one in March. On Friday, Governor Newsom had announced that all areas besides retail and...

Some important COVID statistics from Contra Costa County

Contra Costa County falls into purple tier; school reopening plans unaffected

Sneha Cheenath and Daniela Wise-Rojas November 17, 2020

Contra Costa County moved into the most restrictive purple tier, or “widespread” COVID risk, effective Nov. 17, from the red tier, or “severe” risk tier - a development county officials predicted...

The requirements for Californias tier system that describes COVID risk.

COVID-19: Contra Costa County returns to the red tier as cases climb

Sneha Cheenath and Daniela Wise-Rojas November 14, 2020

On Friday Nov. 13, more restrictive social distancing measures were put into place as Contra Costa County moved back into the red tier, shifting the county from a “moderate” COVID risk spread to a...

The requirements for Californias tier system that describes COVID risk.

COVID-19: Contra Costa County moves into the orange tier

Sneha Cheenath and Daniela Wise-Rojas October 30, 2020

On Oct. 27, California moved Contra Costa County to the orange tier from the red tier, moving the county from a “substantial” COVID risk spread to a “moderate” risk spread. According to the...

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