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Trump administration unravels Obama-era policy with rollback of emission regulations

Trump administration unravels Obama-era policy with rollback of emission regulations

Taylor Atienza, Features Editor

October 17, 2018


Filed under Environment, News, Web Exclusive

Last month, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced their final plans to reduce methane emission regulations, echoing previous moves by the Trump Administration to weaken climate legislation that controlled the production of emissions.  Climate scientists warn that fewer regulations on methane produc...

“Lights,” camera, Homecoming

“Lights,” camera, Homecoming

Sarah Kim, Elaine Park, and Harshita Neralla

October 4, 2018


Filed under Community, News, Student Life, Web Exclusive

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 announced at last year’s Summer Rally, and preparations for the dance have been going on ever s...

Crazy Rich Asians epitomizes the intersection of the East and the West

Crazy Rich Asians epitomizes the intersection of the East and the West

Elaine Yang

October 4, 2018


Filed under A&E, Reviews, Web Exclusive

Supplemented by political, historical, and cultural implications, Crazy Rich Asians is a love story at its core. The romantic comedy follows lovers Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) and Nick Young (Henry Golding) from New York to Singapore. Nick reunites with his family and is the best man at his best friend’s...

Kiva Fall Festival raises over $2,500 for entrepreneurs in third world countries

Kiva Fall Festival raises over $2,500 for entrepreneurs in third world countries

Sheyda Ladjevardi, Assistant Photography Editor

September 28, 2018


Filed under Community, News, Web Exclusive

To fundraise for entrepreneurs in third world countries, on Sept. 22, the Dougherty Valley High School branch of Kiva Microfunds held their 2018 Fall Festival, featuring small businesses and charity associations. The festival itself was tailored to please a wide array of people, with a versatile...

Dougherty Valley Men’s Water Polo seizes first win of season

Dougherty Valley Men’s Water Polo seizes first win of season

Michael Han, Assistant News Editor

September 13, 2018


Filed under Fall Sports, Sports, Web Exclusive

Despite a losing record and playing a game the day before, the Dougherty Valley men’s water polo team earned their first win of the season against the Castro Valley Trojans, 12-4, at the home non-conference game on Wednesday, Sept. 5. Although the Wildcats faced tough games the previous week, parti...

Varsity Women’s Volleyball triumphs over Monte Vista 3-1

Steven Deng, Copy Editor

September 13, 2018


Filed under Fall Sports, Sports, Web Exclusive

The Dougherty Valley Wildcats triumphed over the Monte Vista Mustangs at a home game on Sept. 6, winning for the second time of the season. The first two sets of the game were close, but the Wildcats were able to narrowly defeat the Mustangs 25-21 in the first set and 29-27 in the second. The Musta...

Breaking hip-hop artist Cardi B. establishes herself in “Invasion of Privacy”

Breaking hip-hop artist Cardi B. establishes herself in “Invasion of Privacy”

Daniel Shen, Managing Editor

September 4, 2018


Filed under A&E, Reviews, Web Exclusive

She was 16 when she joined the Bloods gang. Three years later, to escape poverty and domestic violence, she became a stripper. Today, Cardi B. struts a $500,000 engagement ring, and her studio debut is the most-streamed album by a female artist in its first week. In many ways, the classic rags-to-riches sto...

Young budding journalists try their hand at news writing

June 30, 2018


Filed under News, Web Exclusive

This summer, the Wildcat Tribune mentored several young elementary and middle schoolers, teaching them about the various steps and aspects of news writing. From all the students, the following three were chosen to have their final project – a news article on the topic of their choice – published...

Day of Silence highlights GSA’s persistent defense of LGBTQ+ students

Day of Silence highlights GSA’s persistent defense of LGBTQ+ students

Daniel Shen, Managing Editor

May 18, 2018


Filed under Community, News, Showcase, Student Life, Web Exclusive

Over 300 students demonstrated their empathy for LGBTQ+ students during Day of Silence on Friday, Apr. 27 at Dougherty Valley High School as they voluntarily put duct tape over their mouths and refused to speak, a representative gesture of the social censorship that this minority faces on a daily basis.

Resistance & persistence

Resistance & persistence

Amanda Su, Editor-in-Chief

August 26, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase, Web Exclusive

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!"

Poems

Deepasha Debnath, Staff Writer

February 14, 2015


Filed under A&E, Web Exclusive

Light of Spark The spark of love Showed light in my life The spark of hope That came along with it Was somewhere hidden behind   Trapped in these four walls Smells all soggy inside Trapped in these four walls Cramped and cold inside   All I can do is wait Patiently as I here standing Looking at the spark o...

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