While most of the school drama may go on down in Theatre 308, there is still plenty of it left on the sports fields, and it just might have to do with the selection of captains at the end of each sports season. Find out about what the athletes really think of senior captainship.
After three months of demanding work, hours of rehearsals, and countless late nights have all led up to this week’s performances of Theatre 308’s Beauty and the Beast. Directed by the talented Ms. Herman, and filled with a cast of gifted students, the show is finally ready.
Ever wonder what it'd be like to spend a year at the United States Military Academy in West Point? Ever consider the daily grind that thousands of "plebes" go through each and every day? Read more to get an inside look at West Point life.
DHS offers many resources to students, including psychiatric services. Students may meet with one of our four school psychologists on a walk-in basis or by appointment. Who knows? You may find that talking it out can take off some of that high school stress.
He came to DHS as a sophomore from the Soviet Union 32 years ago, matured into an international phenomenom, and has merged his love of rock and classical music into a concert at Carnegie Hall. To think he used to walk the halls of DHS!
Matt Pavia plays many roles in the great drama that is DHS: English teacher, confidante, member of a band, and most recently, a leader of the NEASC team. Read on to see what led him to become a teacher and an asset to this school.
Coach Trifone and current seniors laud the rising senior class and its abundance of football potential. With a great season this year to match for next fall, next year's team has a lot of pressure, but their talent will pull them through. Kat McKay has the story.
Dubstep is not just any type of electronic dance music, oh no. As reporter Chris Janson learns, this genre of music, originally from London and newly discovered by DHS students, is great for getting pumped up for just about anything. A list of recommended songs included.
You may have heard about it through the grapevine, but you've probably never seen it yourself in person. itsthebino.com is everything a hip-hop blog should be, attractive, updated frequently, and filled to the brim with good music. Check out Michael Coe's review.
Some of us are just blessed with talent on the field, court, diamond, or any other sport you can imagine. But with the natural gifts comes a lot of attention, as top colleges entice DHS athletes into joining their program. Find out how the process is done by hearing the stories of some of our best athletes.
One DHS senior will not be graduating on June 17 with the rest of her classmates. Instead, she took the road less traveled by and graduated this past January. See why Melissa Vitti decided early graduation was right for her.
Inside almost every spiral notebook is at least one doodle, born out of inspiration. You'll find the work of a couple juniors in this article, including a giraffe, flowers, and a robot. Look for a follow-up in the coming months with work from more students!
The rich tradition, the colorful costumes, the wigs! Irish dancing is well and alive at DHS. Reporter Julia Cobb talks to dancers Catherine Becker and Izzy Van Ingen to find the backstory on this fiery activity.
"Names Day? What is that?" These are the typical words of freshmen who have not yet experienced the assembly that combats bullying, now in its 4th year. Julia Cobb gives a brief history of the program and digs into how badly names really can hurt.
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