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Cultural dance performances light up the stage at City Centers Holi celebration.

Holi festivities paint San Ramon in a kaleidoscope of colors

San Ramon’s annual Holi celebration was hosted at City Center Bishop Ranch on April 7th, bringing the Bay Area community together to celebrate the auspicious festival of colors. The event, marked...

Despite living in a city with a majority Asian-American population, I still sometimes feel isolated in my cultural experiences.

Minority Within a Majority

Janvi Kaur, Journey Manager October 1, 2023

Every time I go somewhere, like Pleasanton, I think “We’re so lucky to be growing up in a place like San Ramon; I would feel so out of place here.” In San Ramon, we have an excessive Indian and East...

International Worker’s Day showed a new height of worker protest globally, potentially highlighting a shift in the labor movement.

A visible shift in the global labor movement is occurring

Nethra Dhamodaran, Opinions Editor May 29, 2023

On March 24, more than 1 million people demonstrated across France against pension reform. And over one month later on International Workers’ Day, 800,000 people marched again in France as a way to protect...

When was the last time you introduced yourself to a neighbor? Offered them cookies you baked or helped them out with some work?

On Capri Suns, San Ramon and good neighbors

Grace Zhao, Opinions Editor May 24, 2023

I can always remember watching “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” as a kid. Mister Rogers would come on screen in his cardigan and polished dress shoes and start singing: “Won’t you be my neighbor?”...

DVHS World Geography and AP Economics teacher Diane Schumacher poses with memorabilia from her time teaching abroad.

Econ teacher Diane Schumacher travels the world — and then brings it back to her classroom

Grace Zhao and Allan Zhang March 19, 2023

G20 quizzes. Quartz newsletter debriefs. Investing in social entrepreneurship companies in Central America. DVHS World Geography and AP Economics teacher Diane Schumacher makes sure her students know...

Vincenzo is a popular crime K-drama that has ranked second place amongst most-watched Korean shows.

East Asian art takes over American teen culture

Neetra Chakraborty, Art & Graphics Editor February 1, 2023

America is commonly referred to as a “melting pot.” Millions of people immigrating to the country have created a uniquely mixed culture that pulls ideas from all over the world. However, when we look...

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...

My Lola and Lolo (Grandmother and Grandfather in Tagalog) sitting with my Dad and Uncle in Hong Kong after leaving the Philippines to flee martial law. That would be one of the last times they were in the Philippines for the rest of their lives.

What It’s like to Grow up White

Samuel (Sammy) Minioza June 12, 2021

I’m white. For anyone who’s looked at me before, that sounds almost like a ridiculous statement. My skin is tan, my nose is flat and I have almond shaped eyes. For even someone who’s heard of...

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