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DVHS's Class of 2023 demonstrates school spirit at Homecoming workdays

DVHS’s Class of 2023 demonstrates school spirit at Homecoming workdays

Kimberly Cui, Photo Editor April 21, 2021

Despite being away from the DVHS campus for over a year, the Class of 2023's school spirit is just as strong as before. The officer board continues to hold safe, in-person Homecoming workdays and many...

Springtime flowers in bloom

Springtime flowers in bloom

Kimberly Cui, Photo Editor April 21, 2021

Fields of red, orange, and yellow flowers blossom around suburban Dublin.

Pandemic Pets

Pandemic Pets

With COVID-19 lockdowns put in place, we were forced to stay home for extended period of time. Our pets became a source of companionship and happiness as we were given more time to spend with them. In...

The early blooming Hardenbergia stands out in a dormant winter garden.

The colors of spring

Sarasvati Satyanarayana, Staff Writer March 3, 2021

Signs of spring are everywhere, and with spring comes a plethora of colors. Take a look at an assortment of plants that are springing to life in our very own backyards.

Locked down at home, senior Hadas Tankel has been able to afford more time for her family and dogs.

Quarantivities & Stories #10: Peeking into quarantine

Harshita Neralla and Daniel Shen May 14, 2020

Despite the physical distance that separates us during lockdown, we maintain a sense of connection through texts, calls, social media — various "windows" through which we may still see and hear each...

The mostly paved 2.84-mile Alamo Creek Trail that cuts through multiple communities and bypasses Dougherty Valley High School is famously trekked by many students on their daily walk home from school.

Quarantivities & Stories #7: Trails of Windemere

Daniel Shen and Eva Shen May 6, 2020

Settled within the hilly greens of the East Bay, our delicate suburb of San Ramon offers dozens of luscious trails to residents and visitors alike, meandering all throughout and around the town. Playing...

A male red-tailed hawk screeches and soars through the air. It has seen another male and is heading to defend its territory.

Wild in the suburbs

Eva Shen, Managing Editor March 5, 2020

Wildlife is abundant in San Ramon. Our lovely hills, which bloom baby hairs of green during the spring and bleach into crisp yellow grasses in the summer, are home to creatures from cottontail rabbits...

Junior Cheryl Shin gazes upward at the exotic fish in the flooded rain forest exhibit in the Aquarium. “My favorite part of the AP Bio field trip was being able to explore the museum with my friends. I got really excited in the aquarium and butterfly exhibits and it was just a fun day with friends,” she said.

AP Biology encounters life and nature at Cal Academy of Sciences

Daniel Shen, Editor-in-Chief May 4, 2019

On April 23, DVHS's AP Biology classes, taught by Mrs. Minu Basu and Mrs. Pam Sheppel, visited the California Academy of Sciences, witnessing the most exotic forms of life in the museum's myriad of environmental...

2018-19 DV Men's Varsity Basketball.

Men’s Basketball and Song Team celebrate 2019 Senior Night

Sasha Hassan, News Editor February 14, 2019

On Feb. 7 at 7 p.m., Dougherty bid farewell to eight seniors on its men’s varsity basketball team and four seniors on its song team. Minutes later, the basketball team took on Dublin in its final rivalry...

As sophomore Sarah Mun performs her solo guitar act, “Heal” by Tom Odell, during the Sunset Serenade, her friends provide attention and support. Pictured center is sophomore Bea Ocampo, an earlier singer, in a moment of reflection.

2018 Relay for Life celebrates life and fights cancer

Daniel Shen, Editor-in-Chief April 25, 2018
Starting 8 a.m. on March 24, 2018, for 24 straight hours, dozens of high school students gathered at Dougherty Valley to partake in the annual nationwide rally against cancer that is Relay for Life.
Resistance and persistence

Resistance and persistence

Amanda Su, Editor-in-Chief August 26, 2017
In response to recent widespread violence and divisive rhetoric, Women’s March Contra Costa County brought more than 800 people together, including local action groups, on Aug. 26 to create the human banner “END HATE!"
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