The official student news site of Dougherty Valley High School.

The Wildcat Tribune

The official student news site of Dougherty Valley High School.

The Wildcat Tribune

The official student news site of Dougherty Valley High School.

The Wildcat Tribune

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Strikes during the COVID-19 pandemic signal the comeback of the Labor Movement

Allan Zhang and Akilesh Kale June 9, 2022

Following a strike by nurses at Stanford Health Care and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, the hospital worker’s union, the Committee for Recognition of Nursing Achievement (CRONA), negotiated higher...

Dougherty Valleys prospective bike co-op strive to allow students to use school owned bikes throughout the school year.

Dougherty Valley’s prospective bike co-op rides in a positive direction

Ananda Mayuri Chakkenchath and Jade Wang May 19, 2022

Late students are certainly not an anomaly at Dougherty Valley High School. Every morning, a handful of students rush through the front gates at the sound of the late bell, all with different excuses....

 Students in the Best Buddies club partner up for fun activities, such as making crafts, as a way to help form connections.

Clubs work to make DVHS a more welcoming place for students with autism during Autism Awareness Month

Ananya Pinnamaneni, Arts & Graphic Editor May 6, 2022

Autism Awareness Month takes place in the month of April and serves a way to increase understanding and acceptance of people on the autism spectrum.  “Sometimes, people associate challenges [and]...

Humans of DV: Week 43

Humans of DV: Week 43

This week on Humans of DV: a synchronized swimmer, a confident runner, a dedicated Telugu speaker, and a student who got a fresh start among his community. Stay tuned for next week’s installation...

The FDA mandates that LGBTQ+ men be celibate for three months before donating blood, a ban that many find discriminatory and rooted in outdated science.

Protestors playing God: Why we should still donate blood despite discriminatory policies

Ananda Mayuri Chakkenchath and Lauren Chen April 21, 2022

In the almost 150 years since its founding, the American Red Cross has never declared a national blood crisis — until now. In January, the organization announced that the country has faced a “10% overall...

One boy, unmasked, is looking at an unmasked girl. A girl puts on a mask.

SRVUSD lifts mask mandates in all K-12 settings

Mayukhi Katragadda and Anaisha Das April 21, 2022

On March 14, San Ramon Valley Unified School District lifted mask mandates in all of their K-12 settings, prompting mixed responses from the Dougherty Valley community.  The decision was made by Gov....

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Questions rise about admissions cuts after the UC Berkeley lawsuit

Shreyas Sambara and Faizan Azhar April 14, 2022

A recent lawsuit by local residents of Berkeley forced the California university to reduce their incoming class size for the upcoming 2022-23 school year.  The lawsuit, filed by organization Save Berkeley’s...

The rapid test pictured above has been distributed throughout America, as people are able to figure out if they have Covid-19 from the comfort of their own homes.

What You Need to Know: COVID-19

Jia Takayoshi and Rhea Master April 4, 2022

COVID-19 What to do once you find out you have Covid-19? Once you find out you are infected with the Covid-19 virus, you should: Stay home Take care of yourself Stay in touch with your doctor ...

The Wildcat Tribune celebrates women-led businesses on International Womens Day.

Building up the bay – celebrating International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day was celebrated on March 8, 2022 across 80 countries, honoring the previous achievements of women and empowering future generations. The value of women’s achievements is...

The lack of exposure to the reality of journalists in the media leads audiences to believe that journalists are untrustworthy.

Villainizing journalists deters effective reporting

Grace Yang, Ananda Mayuri Chakkenchath, and Ella Shen February 28, 2022

In 1566, the Venetian government distributed its first monthly copy of “Notizie scritte” — a handwritten newsletter used to spread information about political, military and economic news to a wider...

The recent increase in crime rates in the Bay Area concerns residents

Increased crime rates in the Bay Area worry the community

Ashley Lee, Staff Writer February 13, 2022

While Danville and San Ramon have been known as some of the safest towns in California, the number of crimes in the Bay Area has increased in the past few years, causing multiple cities such as Stockton,...

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The Golden Skate will permanently close in spring 2022

Jennifer Sheng, Suhani Kashyap, and Shreya Jagannathan January 30, 2022

Owner Hassan Sharifi announced on Oct. 17, 2021 that The Golden Skate, one of the last remaining roller skating rinks in the Bay Area, is set to shut down in spring 2022 due to financial losses from the...

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