Dos Pueblos High School's Student Newspaper

Senior Struggles: Humans are destroying the earth

Senior Struggles: Humans are destroying the earth

By Haley Peterson
March 6, 2013
Filed under Opinion

By Haley Peterson | Editor in Chief March 6, 2013 By this point in my life, I feel like I have a basic grasp on the ground-breaking workings of humanity. But then this idealized mindset that the human race is doing amazing things is shattered--all because of my AP Environmental Science class. ... Read more »

Senior struggles: The big 1-8

By Haley Peterson
January 18, 2013
Filed under Opinion

By Haley Peterson | Editor in Chief January 18, 2012 I've decided that being 17 is the best age anybody can be. It's the age where you're (theoretically) mature enough to be self-reliant. You have your driver's license and all the freedom that comes with it. Your parents probably have given you... Read more »

Senior struggles: Granola for breakfast

By Haley Peterson
January 11, 2013
Filed under Opinion

By Haley Peterson | Editor in Chief January 11, 2012 It's a weird time for me at Dos Pueblos. I'm caught between being a lowly high school senior and being an untouchable college freshman, invincible to the hardships of life, blinded by the possibilities of the coming year--a year that could ulti... Read more »

DPEA dedicates mechanical engineering room to Lindsay Rose

DPEA dedicates mechanical engineering room to Lindsay Rose

By Haley Peterson
December 2, 2012
Filed under News

By Haley Peterson | Editor in Chief December 2, 2012 Amid hundreds of baked goods, friends, students, and faculty members, the Dos Pueblos Engineering Academy formally dedicated the mechanical engineering room to Lindsay Rose on November 23. The plaque that identifies the room was hand-painted by S... Read more »

Girls volleyball Senior Night ends in loss to Dons

Girls volleyball Senior Night ends in loss to Dons

By Haley Peterson
October 30, 2012
Filed under Sports, Volleyball

By Haley Peterson | Editor in Chief October 30, 2012 The Dos Pueblos girls volleyball team couldn't muster out the win against the Santa Barbara Dons on Senior Night on Tuesday at Sovine Gymnasium. With a chance to tie for first place in Channel League on the line, the senior-heavy team lost 20-25, 26-28, 25-20, 25-18, 6-15. ... Read more »

The crowning of the non-stereotypical queen

The crowning of the non-stereotypical queen

By Haley Peterson
October 26, 2012
Filed under Opinion

By Haley Peterson | Editor in Chief October 26, 2012 Everybody knows who the stereotypical homecoming king and queen are: the king is a starter on the football team and the queen is the cheerleader captain who just happens to be the prettiest girl in the school. But this year, Dos Pueblos proved this stereotype wrong. And as a proud ... Read more »

Sports update: girls, boys cross country take county championship

By Haley Peterson
October 26, 2012
Filed under Cross Country, Sports

By Haley Peterson | Editor in Chief October 26, 2012 The Dos Pueblos cross country team travelled to Lompoc on Friday for the Santa Barbara County Championship meet at Lompoc River Park. Both the boys and girls team brought home their second consecutive team championships. The girls were... Read more »

DP Mock ready to tackle the Big Apple

DP Mock ready to tackle the Big Apple

By Haley Peterson
October 26, 2012
Filed under News

By Haley Peterson | Editor in Chief October 26, 2012 The Dos Pueblos Mock Trial team arrived in New York City early Wednesday morning for the World Championship Mock Trial Invitational tournament this coming weekend. The Empire Mock Trial, the most prestigious high school mock trial tournament in the United States, ... Read more »

Cross country boys dominate in second Channel League meet

By Haley Peterson
October 11, 2012
Filed under Cross Country, Sports

By Haley Peterson | Editor in Chief October 11, 2012 The cross country team travelled to Arroyo Verde park in Ventura on Thursday for the second Channel League meet of the season. The girl's team finished in second place behind Ventura, scoring 57 points. Addi Zerrenner lead the way ... Read more »

Volleyball falls short to San Marcos in intense 5-game battle

Volleyball falls short to San Marcos in intense 5-game battle

By Haley Peterson
October 11, 2012
Filed under Sports, Volleyball

By Haley Peterson | Editor in Chief October 11, 2012 The girl's volleyball team left it all on the court in their revenge match against the visiting San Marcos Royals in Soviegn Gym on Thursday night, but came up short. The Chargers lost an intense battle against the crosstown rivals, with final scores 23-25, 23-25, 25-19, 25-18, 13-15. The loss make... Read more »

The unticking clocks

The unticking clocks

By Haley Peterson
September 25, 2012
Filed under Features, Opinion

By Haley Peterson and Emma Craine | Editors | September 25, 2012 What's worse: checking my phone to see the time or frantically packing my backpack to avoid being late to my next class after the unsuspected bell abruptly rings? I'll risk the phone confiscation. Considering the fact that nearly e... Read more »

The ironic demise of my cross country season

The ironic demise of my cross country season

By Haley Peterson
September 19, 2012
Filed under Cross Country, Features, Sports

By Haley Peterson | Editor in Chief | September 17, 2012 I spent nearly four hours Monday morning waiting in the doctor's office. And the whole time, I couldn't help but laugh to myself under my breath while shaking my head. The only thought that kept circulating through my mind was, "This is the stupides... Read more »

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