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PSAT

PSAT

Malik Peay, Distributor

November 6, 2013


Filed under Community

The SAT is a crucial factor of college applications that 95% of colleges critically look at for potential students. DHS held its annual Practice SAT on October 19. Dublin High Students payed $18 in hopes of getting a true representation of what the SAT will actually be like from a difficult standpoint. “The...

College Life in High School

College Life in High School

Liliana Wong, Online Editor

November 6, 2013


Filed under Community, World

High school student in college? As weird as it sounds, it is true. Some colleges like Diablo Valley College, offer free college classes for any subject the student wants. All the students need to do is collect a form from the campus and have their high school counselor approve the form. It could be...

Thanksgiving is Almost Here!

Shreya Mathur, Online Editor

November 4, 2013


Filed under Community

Before the month of November can finally come to a close, a very special day must first arrive when together people give thanks for all that they have received, and the individuals they have become. For students, Thanksgiving means a full week off - now, how do Dublin High students plan to take advantage...

Homecoming Shirts

Hannah Balboni, Social Media Manager

October 17, 2013


Filed under Homecoming

How can such a small detail be so important in one homecoming week? The day homecoming shirts go out, opinions float. Most would say seniors always get the best shirt, the best everything during homecoming season but we all design are own class shirts? so who are those who add no effort to the desi...

The Homecoming King and Queen Nominees of 2013-2014

The Homecoming King and Queen Nominees of 2013-2014

Chris Zhao, Photo Editor

October 15, 2013


Filed under Community, Homecoming, World

Homecoming is an event celebrated at Dublin High every year. A specific event we do at Dublin is the voting and nominations for the homecoming king, queen, princes and princesses. This year, at Dublin High, the nominees for the king are Jordan Garcia, Alex Perea, Andrew Totaro, Zac Maloney, and Chris...

Life as a Teen

Liliana Wong, Online Editor

October 15, 2013


Filed under Community, Opinion

Our parents always tell us that being a teenager is the best time of their lives but I believe that it is one of the toughest time is a young adult’s life. Teenagers are too young to act like adults and yet we are too old to act like a child. It is sometimes hard to see where teens stand. They get...

October

October

Karina Gurusiddaiah, Assisant Editor in Chief

October 15, 2013


Filed under Community

Free candy? Crazy costumes? Cold weather? Pumpkin patches? Mazes? That would be the sound of a new month. With fall starting off to chilly weather and chaos with homecoming, there are so many opportunities to explore new activities within around the city. Having summer finally end, students are always w...

Homecoming Carnival

Homecoming Carnival

Vivien Li, Online Editor

October 15, 2013


Filed under Community, World

Games, food booths, and inflatables. These are the types of features that Dublin offers at their annual homecoming carnival. Every Friday of homecoming week, our city hosts a carnival for not only all our students, but their families and the community. This year, it took place on October 11th by the...

Final Hours of a Perfect Homecoming Week

Final Hours of a Perfect Homecoming Week

Karina Gurusiddaiah, Assisant Editor in Chief

October 15, 2013


Filed under Homecoming

What a wonderful way to end homecoming week. After a busy week of rallies, dress up days, lunch time events, and friday night under the lights, the student body at Dublin High all gathered for the popular homecoming dance on Saturday evening. This took place in the cafeteria at 7:30. Not only was there an...

Areas

Camila Huang, Photo Editor

October 14, 2013


Filed under Homecoming

What a Beautiful Scenery! Homecoming week would be incomplete without the decorated areas. Last Thursday, Students arrived school early in the morning with balloons, cardboards, markers, tapes, and a lot of school spirit to set up their areas. “I had to wake up at 5 in the morning but I’m glad ever...