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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

One of the event announcers hands out red packets to eager children at the end of the performances.

San Ramon City Center celebrates Lunar New Year festivities

Grace Zhao, Opinions Editor January 24, 2023

On Jan. 22, San Ramon City Center rang in the Year of the Rabbit with a series of dances, songs and other performances to celebrate a new year of the zodiac calendar. For many East and Southeast Asian...

Choir students in black formal wear sing while standing on risers on a stage, placing the back of a palm to their foreheads, representing stress or weariness.

DV Choir cultivates togetherness in “All the Way Home”

Lauren Chen, Editor-in-Chief December 11, 2022

In their 2022 Winter Concert titled "All the Way Home," Dougherty Valley's choir program led us on a journey across the globe. Featuring songs in Hebrew, Spanish and Xhosa, among others, the singers filled...

The Kaligayahan Dance Troupe, affiliated with high schoolers from Dougherty Valley and Cal High, performed a medley of traditional Filipino dances.

San Ramon embraces diversity at annual Culture in the Community festival

On Oct. 16, the city of San Ramon hosted its annual Culture in the Community event in San Ramon’s Central Park to highlight cultural diversity in San Ramon with traditional and folk dances, songs, foods...

Swimming and water polo are beautiful in their own way

“Swimming and water polo are beautiful in their own way”

Ekroop Kaur, Copy Editor November 5, 2022

Sanvi Gupta: “I started water polo before COVID and I joined a club [when] I was eight or nine and then I stopped during COVID and I joined the school team this year. I was already a swimmer and so that...

“I want my music to have an impact on people”

“I want my music to have an impact on people”

Srishreya (Shreya) Arunsaravanakumar, Staff Writer November 5, 2022

Neela Vani: “It was sixth or seventh grade, when I finally realized that my iPad had an app on it called GarageBand. I got really into music by seventh or eighth grade, especially as I started taking...

Because COVID hit, I started sewing a lot more

“Because COVID hit, I started sewing a lot more”

Abby Kapur, Sports Editor November 5, 2022

Nova Starling: "In fourth or fifth grade, my parents signed me up for a sewing lesson. I did that for one or two summers, and then that was about it. I didn't really sew a whole lot back then. But then...

Orchestra has always been a great outlet for me to cope with anything going on in my life

“Orchestra has always been a great outlet for me to cope with anything going on in my life”

Anya Ayyappan, News Editor October 17, 2022

Anushka Bora: “I was five years old when my parents signed me up for violin lessons. What started as a supplementary extracurricular eventually became a major part of my life and my favorite hobby.  Being...

“Taking these photos allows me to express my creative side, which I didnt think I had before”

“Taking these photos allows me to express my creative side, which I didn’t think I had before”

Saanvi Haridas, Social Media Manager October 17, 2022

Aarushi Kodipyaka: “I started my [photography] business in 2020 and it honestly started when I used to go on walks with my family in our neighborhood. I used to take random photos of things in my neighborhood,...

Not only did I improve at martial arts, but I also made lifelong friends

“Not only did I improve at martial arts, but I also made lifelong friends”

Shreyas Sambara, Journey Manager October 17, 2022

Akash Danda: "Taekwondo is more than just a hobby to me, it helped me grow as a person, develop a more open mindset, and is an outlet for stress. I started taekwondo when I was 8 years old. In the beginning,...

“I hope to continue doing art throughout my life because it’s just such a valuable skill”

“I hope to continue doing art throughout my life because it’s just such a valuable skill”

Anaisha Das, Web Editor-in-Chief October 17, 2022

Pranavi Kristipati: "For me, art was always a thing where [I] would doodle on the back of worksheets and papers, and it just became something I really liked. In elementary school, my parents signed me...

Humans of DV: Week 47

Humans of DV: Week 47

This week on Humans of DV: a passionate musician, a skilled photographer, a talented taekwondo student, and an up-and-coming artist. Stay tuned for next week’s installation of this feature and...

Students are forced to choose within a limited selection of languages.

We need more inclusivity in district language options

Shreyas Sambara and Shreya Jagannathan October 11, 2022

As an Indian American (Shreyas), I’ve always tried to keep humble to my Indian roots in a world dominated by American culture. However, unlike my parents who grew up in India, I am a first-generation...

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