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DHS H2O Club funds clean water for African community

DHS H2O Club funds clean water for African community

Grace Li, News Editor
June 3, 2014
Filed under Community, Uncategorized, World

Dublin High’s H2O Club made its way through the campus on the 3rd and 4th of June, carrying and selling Krispy Kreme original glazed donuts for a cause. Their objective? To raise enough money to make a change globally by funding clean water projects in foreign countries. “We hope to raise enough...

Sophomore raises $2,000 for autism research

Sophomore raises $2,000 for autism research

Grace Li, News Editor
May 5, 2014
Filed under World

Raising $2,000 requires a tremendous amount of initiative and creativity--traits that sophomore Matthew Benjamin Romero-Salas displayed when organizing Paint it Blue, a dinner fundraiser that took place on April 12th at the Pleasanton Masonic Center. All proceeds went towards C.A.S.T.--the Creative...

The DHS Concert Band wins Gold in Chicago

The DHS Concert Band wins Gold in Chicago

Shelby Richmond, Copy Editor
April 18, 2014
Filed under Feature, Showcase, World

On April 8, 2014, Students from the DHS concert band traveled to Chicago to participate in the Chicago International Music festival. The band’s playing earned them gold, the highest possible award. The band’s hard work was what made it possible for them to win the award. “All 76 of us had wor...

DUSD bands bring jazz to DHS

DUSD bands bring jazz to DHS

Shelby Richmond, Copy Editor
March 11, 2014
Filed under Feature, Showcase, World

Trumpets. Saxophones. Trombones and drum sets. The second annual district Jazz concert this year was a huge success. This is the second year that the jazz bands have had their own concert rather than being included in the district concert. The Wells, Fallon, and Dublin school jazz bands all did a gr...

DHS students are ready to take the stage

Shelby Richmond, Copy Editor
February 21, 2014
Filed under Feature, Showcase, World

The curtain rises and all you see is blinding light. The band plays in the orchestra pit, the choir sings, and you are ready to perform! The addition of the new theater at Dublin High will provide amazing new equipment and opportunities for band, choir, and drama students that the little theater cannot. ...

Water drought taking serious effect

Grace Li, News Editor
February 20, 2014
Filed under Feature, Showcase, World

Snowy mountains. Rolling green hills. The thud of rain against rooftops. All of these things have not been a constant in the average Dublin High student’s life, and all of these things continue to disappear from many of other Californian’s. January, Governor Jerry Brown declared a drought emergency ...

DECA SCDC, Anaheim 2014

Chris Zhao, Photo Editor
February 14, 2014
Filed under Feature, World

Just recently, an event has taken place for DECA in Anaheim. The Deca State Career Development Conference, or SCDC, has just taken place. From long bus rides to fun hotel events, going to Disneyland and competing, Dublin DECA was proud to place in various subjects this year. “It was amazing to be able to bon...

Chinese New Year 2014

Chinese New Year 2014

Chris Zhao, Photo Editor
February 6, 2014
Filed under World

It may be 2014 already, but according to the Chinese calendar, the Chinese New Year is coming up! On January 31st, the year of the horse begins, as well as all festivities related to the Chinese New Year. Though it is only celebrated for two days, Chinese New Year can still be referred to as a holiday...

Which Day Will You Shop?

Which Day Will You Shop?

Hannah Balboni, Social Media Mangager
January 6, 2014
Filed under Community, Showcase, World

Not all people enjoyed leaving Thanksgiving dinner to shop. They weren't excited by waiting in long lines at two a.m., being pushed and shoved to get to the best deals first by fellow shoppers in huge crowds and for those who didn't enjoy these things but still wanted to take advantage of the holiday de...

Art Club Gives the Gift of Art to Homeless

Art Club Gives the Gift of Art to Homeless

Grace Li, News Editor
December 16, 2013
Filed under Feature, Showcase, World

Dublin High’s very own Art club is embarking on a journey to improve the lives of others with their artistic abilities. This year, members were asked to draw coloring pages to give to the children of the InnVision Shelter Network, an organization that provides housing and financial aid to people without...