The official student news site of Dougherty Valley High School.

The Wildcat Tribune

The official student news site of Dougherty Valley High School.

The Wildcat Tribune

The official student news site of Dougherty Valley High School.

The Wildcat Tribune

BART service can be traced back to the 1970’s

New renovations strike hope for BART’s ridership

Ella Shen, Editor-in-Chief February 15, 2024

BART, the Bay Area’s main mass transit system, is actively pursuing safety and ridership improvements through initiatives such as the Next Generation Fare Gates and infrastructure rebuilding supported...

The LGBTQ+ Book Club is one out of two book clubs hosted by the DVHS Library, focusing largely on reading books involving LGBTQ characters.

DVHS Library introduces new book club centering around LGBTQ+

Hebe Wang, Staff Writer February 15, 2024

The first meeting of DVHS’ newly-formed LGBTQ+ Book Club took place on Jan. 25. Initiated by DVHS librarian Annalisa Raphael, the LGBTQ+ Book Club is the second club run by the library, alongside...

DVHS language program helps families to connect with their community

DVHS Language Support Program bridges language barriers in a diversified community

Aiyuan (Christine) Geng, Social Media Manager February 7, 2024

The DVHS Language Support Network is a newly established program launched earlier this year with the goal of providing support for students facing language and cultural barriers. Jessica Wigginton,...

BART service can be traced back to the 1970’s.

New renovations strike hope for BART’s ridership

Ella Shen, Editor-in-Chief February 2, 2024

BART, the Bay Area’s main mass transit system, is actively pursuing safety and ridership improvements through initiatives such as the Next Generation Fare Gates and infrastructure rebuilding supported...

Students line up outside of the library, waiting for a spot to study

Safety concerns and poor behavior sparked formation of library lunch line

Benjamin Wang, Staff Writer December 13, 2023

The Dougherty Valley Library has begun to implement a line system during the lunch period to conform with the building’s fire code and to address growing behavioral issues. Many students who spend their...

The Golnazar siblings preside over the family run business in its 17th year in San Ramon.

The Golnazar family integrates Iranian ice-cream flavors and culture in San Ramon

Shreyas Sambara and Ananya Mukherjee December 10, 2023

In 2006, Mitra Golnazar launched Golnazar Ice Cream in hopes of introducing Iranian ice-cream flavors to the San Ramon community. Since its inception in San Ramon, Golnazar ice-cream containers have become...

Wang (center) sprints down a slope at the Scott Bauhs Invitational on Sept. 30.

James Wang finds family with cross country team

David Zhang, Staff Writer November 15, 2023

As junior James Wang competed alongside his cross-country teammates for the third year, he forged friendships and built memories with a family-like team of runners. In the summer before his freshman...

The DV Leukemia and Lymphoma Society organizes activities such as Cranes for a Cause to spread awareness of blood cancer.

New DVHS clubs build strong connections within the community

Anushka Kabra and Janisha Potipireddi November 15, 2023

Newly established clubs at DVHS cater to a diverse array of student passions and are actively bringing the DVHS community together, establishing a presence amongst pre-existing clubs. Presently, DVHS boasts...

Mr. Harari poses for a picture in his classroom.

Jim Harari: Empowering Minds and Building a Community

Alexander (Alex) Wahhab and Joshua Migrditchian November 15, 2023

After 25 years of working in sales and management, Jim Harari realized that he wanted to make more of an impact, starting by teaching at DVHS.  Prior to this, Harari was in a career miles apart from teaching,...

The inside of the 1k building is decorated in spirit of this years homecoming theme, Willie goes to Las Vegas.

DV Leadership implements new payment methods for food at Homecoming

Ella Shen, Editor-in-Chief October 9, 2023

Dougherty Valley’s Las Vegas themed Homecoming dance takes place this Saturday, October 14, with a new change to how students will have to pay for food vendors upfront. Using Apple pay, credit or debit,...

DVHS womens volleyball lost their first home game against Carondelet on Sept. 12.

Varsity women’s volleyball stumbles in season-opener, but looks forward to rest of season

Abby Kapur, Sports Editor October 7, 2023

Dougherty Valley’s varsity womens volleyball team had a stumbling start to the season after losing the first game to Granada High School on Sept. 5, which was shortly followed by a loss against California...

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...

Load More Stories

Comments (0)

All The Wildcat Tribune Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest
Activate Search
Community