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DVHS students voice their experiences with safety protocol during the PSAT

Jade Wang and Aria Khalique April 26, 2021

On Tuesday, Jan 26th, SRVUSD administered the PSAT (Preliminary SAT) for high school juniors with numerous safety precautions as a result of COVID-19. Students had varied experiences and opinions about...

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...

TEACHER TOURS #1: A look inside teachers’ home workspaces

Aria Khalique, Geneva Xie, Helen Kang, and Riya Mehta March 22, 2021

Since teachers are teaching from home this year we asked some of them to give us tours of their home workspaces! Up first, Mrs. Chamberlain!

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.

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...

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