The Wildcat Tribune

Sana Shehabi celebrates a thrilling victory after a hard set

Sana Shehabi’s meteoric rise serves as an inspiration to DV athletes

Soham Kinhikar, Sports Editor December 14, 2020

As a wild 2020 wraps up, Novak Djokovic has cemented his place as the best tennis player this year.  Of course this is nothing new. He’s been up there for a cumulative 293 weeks now. 293 weeks of...

Following lunch and brunch, leftover food is thrown into the nearest trash can, or even left on the floor, without a second thought.

Food waste litters Dougherty halls

Anika Garg, Steven Deng, and Harshita Neralla January 8, 2020

At Dougherty Valley High School, abandoned lunch trays filled with leftover food are a common sight. Littering the quad, hallways and stairwells, these lonely trays are indicative of a sinister lurking...

Seniors Kim Shum, Leila Amiri, Katie Moore, Sami Frias and Sam Mass featured a variety of attire, including a crop top and a hoodie, on a clothing rack for their Social Justice project on victim shaming.

Social Justice projects capture student and staff attention around campus

Daniel Shen, Sheyda Ladjevardi, Jade Wang, and Mehek Kandru November 26, 2019

Last month, more than a dozen Social Justice projects were displayed around Dougherty Valley High School, drawing attention to their portrayals of current issues such as school shootings and sexual assault....

Overcoming the problems with the American K-12 school system

Overcoming the problems with the American K-12 school system

Shruthi Narayanan, Assistant Arts and Entertainment Editor October 16, 2019

Along with crisp, golden-brown leaves and the final goodbyes to summer comes yet another school year filled with homework, tests, and most of all, lots of lectures with at least 20 other students. While...

Beyond the surface: students tell the stories behind their water bottle stickers

Beyond the surface: students tell the stories behind their water bottle stickers

Daniel Shen and Sarah Kim October 15, 2019

For every water bottle carried around in the hallways of DVHS, there’s a Wildcat who can identify it as uniquely theirs. Whether it’s the color, the size or that one dent with the tragic backstory...

Unique DVHS student club Save the Bay works to heal our environment.

“Save the Bay” tackles issue of environmental pollution

Steven Deng and Ronit Kumar March 2, 2019

As the sun rises over Livermore in the morning, a group of volunteers can be seen starting their day by pulling out weeds, picking up trash, and cleaning up the Alameda Creek watershed.   These volunteers...

Music therapy program could aid DV special needs students

Riya Mehta and Helen Kang December 24, 2018

In order to help special needs students focus and retain information, the Dougherty Valley special needs department is trying to implement music therapy into their curriculum. Music therapy is designed...

Breaking Down the Walls builds human connection

Sarah Kim, Elaine Park, and Harshita Neralla December 17, 2018

This month, the DVHS Leadership team organized its second Breaking Down the Walls (BDTW) event, a four-day program meant to encourage a united and open-minded community on campus. According to Learning...

Nonstandard deadlines equal later sleep times

Nonstandard deadlines equal later sleep times

Michael Han, News Editor October 19, 2018

It's 9:58 p.m. You browse through the row of green check marks across the top of the screen, and you only need one more. As your anxiety rises, you double your efforts to finish the question. However,...

DV breaks traditional barriers surrounding Homecoming

Amruta Baradwaj and Sheyda Ladjevardi October 15, 2018

As the 2018 Homecoming dance comes to an end, we are prompted to reflect on a time of deep emotional stress and social judgment. Homecoming can often be perceived as a rather taxing event, placing a high...

Francesca Apaya, senior, paints a decorative Homecoming banner.

“Lights,” camera, Homecoming

Sarah Kim, Elaine Park, and Harshita Neralla October 4, 2018

Featuring a theme of “Lights,” 2018 Homecoming will take place on Oct. 6, promising unique features in the form of vendors, video game stops, and more yet to be uncovered at the event. The theme was...

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