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Daniel Shen

Daniel Shen, Editor-in-Chief

Daniel joined the Tribune in his sophomore year upon the recommendation of former editor-in-chief Amanda Su. In his two years, he's written about school events, music and immigration, and deeply enjoyed building the Tribune's digital presence. This year, he looks forward to writing a column, leading more investigations and further expanding the Tribune's reach in the community. Every night, two hours before bed, Daniel eats whole-grain cereal with a cup of 2% milk while listening to K-pop.

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Jalene Wong

October 15, 2019
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Puja Oak

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Stephanie Su

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Daniella Radtke

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Will Bried

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Lauria Sun

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Kalen Kang

Kalen Kang

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Cheryl Shin

Cheryl Shin

October 15, 2019
Lauren Chen

[Photo] Lauren Chen

October 10, 2019
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.

[Photo]

May 3, 2019
Crosswords: Week 8

Crosswords: Week 8

April 1, 2019
Humans of DV: Week 2

Humans of DV: Week 2

February 9, 2019
Humans of DV: Week 1

Humans of DV: Week 1

February 2, 2019
Crosswords: Week 2

Crosswords: Week 2

November 14, 2018
Crosswords: Week 1

Crosswords: Week 1

October 30, 2018
Holding back tears, social studies teacher Roberto Clemente falls speechless in the middle of his Luminaria eulogy for his youngest sister, who passed away from a rare breast cancer.

[Photo] His sister

April 25, 2018
Luminaria speaker Ashley Chen, sophomore, pays an emotional tribute to her late mother, who passed away in 2009 from primary peritoneal cancer. “I remember being angered when I went to parent-teacher conferences and seeing all the other kids who came with their mom and dad. I envied those classmates who told me stories of them going shopping with their mom, getting their nails done, watching movies … I recall some nights where I just couldn’t accept the way everything turned out because of her death,” she said.

[Photo] Her mother

April 25, 2018
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.

[Photo] Carry on

April 25, 2018
Among the Luminarias lining the field, a particular one is written in the recipient’s native language of Chinese. “Mom / We miss you so much / God will take good care of you! / We love you!” reads the pink text.

[Photo] Missing you

April 25, 2018

Give Fair Chance a chance

November 27, 2017
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