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Aftershocks of the Astroworld Concert

Nidhay Mahavadi, Staff Writer January 16, 2022

According to kysdc.com, Travis Scott and Drake are facing several lawsuits on behalf of approximately 282 plaintiffs who experienced this mass casualty where the crowd had a stampede and many deaths occurred,...

The DVHS varsity women’s basketball team season starts on January 5, and until then, they practice and play for the pre-season.

Introducing the Women’s Varsity Basketball Team

Mayukhi Katragadda and Shreya Jagannathan January 13, 2022

Dougherty women’s basketball is back, and with new coaches, hard-working players, and a passion for the sport, they plan to crush their opponents and make it to the play-offs. In particular, the women’s...

Freshman year memories in Journalism 1

Freshman year memories in Journalism 1

Anaisha Das, Assistant Web Manager December 22, 2021

Mahika started her Tribune journey as a young, inexperienced journalist, just looking for a class to fill up an empty space in her schedule. "Technically, I joined five days late into my freshman year,"...

The friendships Mahika developed along the way

The friendships Mahika developed along the way

Anaisha Das, Assistant Web Manager December 22, 2021

Now a web editor in chief, Mahika primarily works with Sneha and Eva as the members of the executive board to make sure that everything in the Tribune is running smoothly. In The Wildcat Tribune, one can't...

Exploring how Mahika Arya, the current web editor-in-chief, has grown from being a sassy preschooler to a TikTok connoisseur.

A deep dive into Mahika’s journey as a journalist

Anaisha Das, Assistant Web Manager December 22, 2021

Journalism 2 and 3: Mahikas character development

Journalism 2 and 3: Mahika’s character development

Anaisha Das, Assistant Web Manager December 21, 2021

Journalism 2 was pivotal in helping Mahika become truly immersed in the Tribune community, as she was able to interact with senior editors for the first time. "It was so incredible being a part of the...

Running makes me feel free

“Running makes me feel free”

Shereen Ahmed, Opinions Editor December 13, 2021

Kirsten Chan: “I started running freshman year, as I decided to try out for DV’s cross country team for fun. Being a newbie, I got injured quickly, so for the first couple of races I was unable to...

Mac Millers mixtape Faces brings listeners on a drug-fueled journey through his life.

Mac Miller illustrates his battle with addiction, abjection and affection with “Faces”

Suhani Kashyap, Staff Writer November 23, 2021

American rapper Mac Miller’s mixtape “Faces” finally hit streaming platforms on Oct. 15, 2021. The 24-track album initially came out in May 2014 through unofficial streaming services such as Soundcloud,...

“I didn’t even realize when I was named an international master—it was such a big dream that I couldn’t even comprehend what had just happened.”

“I didn’t even realize when I was named an international master—it was such a big dream that I couldn’t even comprehend what had just happened.”

Mason Fang, Copy Editor November 14, 2021

Balaji Daggupati: “I first got interested in chess since my sister used to play for elementary teams. In the end, she ended up quitting, but I picked it up and I started playing with all my family members...

“I ran the Boston Marathon, and it was the most exhilarating experience ever”

“I ran the Boston Marathon, and it was the most exhilarating experience ever”

Mayukhi Katragadda, Activities Director November 14, 2021

Lauren Nakaso: "Growing up, I’ve always wanted to do the Boston Marathon as a runner; it was on my bucket list of things I have to do. And so, I ended up qualifying for Boston back in 2018, but due to...

“Ice Skating taught me grit and discipline”

“Ice Skating taught me grit and discipline”

Megan Dhillon, PR Editor November 14, 2021

Kalen Kang: "Ice skating has been an integral part of my life, I  started when I was seven and I've done it for eight years. Though I now do it as a hobby, for the majority of those years I skated competitively,...

staff photo of DVHS textbook coordinator Mr. Ortiz

Fernando‌ ‌Ortiz‌ ‌maintains‌ ‌welcoming‌ ‌environment‌ ‌at‌ ‌Dougherty‌ ‌Valley‌ ‌

Lauren Chen, Managing Editor October 26, 2021

You’ve probably seen Mr. Fernando Ortiz around. Whether monitoring the halls with his walkie-talkie or exchanging your class novels in the Textbook Office, he’s become a familiar face on campus after...

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