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Suprise, Suprise!

Brittany Roberts, Photo Editor
April 26, 2013
Filed under Community

   On April 1st of every year the same tradition happens - April Fool’s Day. This is when everyone decides they want to pull funny pranks on their friends, family, and the people around them. Where did such a tradition start from?    The holiday originated from people believing that April 1st was ...

Post-High School Survey

Michelle Goldstein, Copy Editor for Entertainment and Sports
April 26, 2013
Filed under Community

In this survey, a majority of Dublin High School seniors were asked about their post-high school plans. This survey was conducted through a form given out in all of the senior English classes. Out of the 391 students in the 2013 graduating class, here are 283 of their responses:  ...

Track and Teach: Ms. Velez Does It All

Michelle Goldstein, Copy Editor for Entertainment and Sports
April 26, 2013
Filed under Community

   Teaching and coaching is a big responsibility.    When asked how difficult it was, math teacher and Track and Field Coach Lenni Velez said, “It is time-consuming but I can manage my time between my outside grading and my coaching responsibilities.”    Although she started at Dublin High in 2005 ...

Dublin High’s Got Talent

Dublin High’s Got Talent

Danielle Boccio, Opinion Editior
April 26, 2013
Filed under Community, Showcase

   Dublin High is full of very talented students. On May 18th at 7 o’clock pm, Dublin High had its annual talent show. There were ten contestants that competed against each other, most of whom sang. The panel of judges consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Rubio, Mr. MacDougall, and Mr. Oravetz, who were to ...

The Fine Line

The Fine Line

Menisha Sohal, Campus Life Editor
April 26, 2013
Filed under Community, Feature, Showcase

  By the time students reach high school, they experience ten years of teachers’ stories, knowledge, and opinions. But how much of teachers’ personal lives should be shared in the classroom, and what topics should not be discussed?   Teachers have a hard time finding the line between profes...

Student Spotlight: Keilani Taylor-Pham

Student Spotlight: Keilani Taylor-Pham

Winnie Chan, Layout Editor
April 26, 2013
Filed under Community

  Freshman Keilani Taylor-Pham is enjoying her first year here at Dublin High. As a new member of the community, Taylor-Pham finds Dublin to be very welcoming upon her new arrival.   “It's comforting to find others that share the same interests as you, especially since I was new to the distri...

#Shielding

#Shielding

Lauren Flint, Managing Editor
March 22, 2013
Filed under Community, Entertainment, Showcase

There’s a new sensation sweeping the Gaels Nation. “Shielding” is the next big thing at Dublin High School.   Teens these days are always taking cool and funny pictures for Instagram and Twitter, seeing how many “likes” or “favorites” they can reach. Well, shielding will soon be the new tren...

The Hunger Is Real

The Hunger Is Real

Menisha Sohal, Student Life Editor
March 22, 2013
Filed under Community, Opinion, Showcase

Have you ever been in class and you suddenly felt a rumbling in the pit of your stomach? You’re starving and you have a bag of carrots but when you try to grab one, your teacher yells at you to put it away and throughout the rest of the class you're in physical pain. Any of this ever happen to you? W...

Dear Meems 4

Mimi Maghrbi, Social Media Manager
March 22, 2013
Filed under Dear Grady

Dear Meems, I'm stressed about keeping my grades up. I'm pressured by my parents to get straight A's but they're so inflexible that it makes me want to quit. I'm a junior and I'm thinking about just giving up. What should I do? Sincerely, Losing Steam   Dear Losing Steam, I know how hard j...