Dos Pueblos High School's Student Newspaper

Vans Custom Culture Contest

By Emma Craine
May 2, 2013
Filed under News

By Emma Craine and Malika Agrawal | Announcements May 2, 2013 DP Students and Goleta community, make sure to vote for the Dos Pueblos Art Department's shoes on the Vans Custom Culture Page and tell all your friends and relatives to go do it as well. The art department at DP could tremendously ben... Read more »

Hallmark’s heyday

Hallmark’s heyday

By Emma Craine
February 13, 2013
Filed under Opinion

By Emma Craine | Managing Editor  February 13, 2012 I have been increasingly annoyed by the gag-worthy commercialism that is spit out in stores leading up to Valentine's Day. As we approach this candy-eating, flower-giving, card-making romantic holiday, my recent adventures to certain convenien... Read more »

SBIFF: An evening with Ben Affleck

SBIFF: An evening with Ben Affleck

By Emma Craine
January 27, 2013
Filed under A&E, Film Festival, Opinion

By Emma Craine | Managing Editor of Student Life January 27, 2013 As Haley and I walked with freshly brewed Starbucks, which clung in our tightly grasped hands, our knuckles were on the brink of turning opaquely white. The rain lightly fell on my once perfectly blow dried hair, and effectiv... Read more »

DP student gains consciousness after car wreck last week

By Emma Craine
November 9, 2012
Filed under News

Emma Craine | Managing Editor of Student Life November 9, 2012 A Dos Pueblos student, Thomas Dwelley, was up on Gibraltar Road on Friday, November 2, driving back to Dos Pueblos High for the football game when he went around a hairpin corner too fast and lost control. Dwelley rolled 200 feet ... Read more »

Youth for Direct Relief International Fundraiser

By Emma Craine
November 1, 2012
Filed under Features, News

Emma Craine | Managing Editor of Student Life November 1, 2012 DP's Youth for Direct Relief International Club (DRI) is a smaller part of a nonprofit organization that focuses on improving the quality of life by providing medicines and supplies all around the world. The club's main goal is... Read more »

A different perspective on football games

A different perspective on football games

By Emma Craine
October 27, 2012
Filed under Features

Emma Craine | Managing Editor of Student Life October 26, 2012 A lot of attention is put on the actual game of football during this fall season, and deservedly so, but there is one crucial aspect to important football games like last night's homecoming game that gets overlooked more often than no... Read more »

Sports update: girls volleyball beats Buena in four

Sports update: girls volleyball beats Buena in four

By Emma Craine
September 21, 2012
Filed under Sports, Volleyball

Emma Craine | Managing Editor of Student Life | September 21, 2012 The Dos Pueblos girls volleyball team beat the Buena Bulldogs on Thursday night in their own Soveign gym. In an intense, back and forth match, the Chargers pulled out the win in four games, after losing the first 23-25. In th... Read more »

A night of dignity and importance at DP’s Back to School Night

A night of dignity and importance at DP’s Back to School Night

By Emma Craine
September 21, 2012
Filed under Features

By Emma Craine | Managing Editor of Student Life September 21, 2012 A sense of honor and pride was established Wednesday night at the Dos Pueblos Back to School Night when the student interpreters for Spanish speaking parents became the talk of the night. This program was started three year... Read more »

Noozhawk’s Macfadyen wins national award for his work with Dos Pueblos Journalism

Noozhawk’s Macfadyen wins national award for his work with Dos Pueblos Journalism

By Emma Craine
September 18, 2012
Filed under News

By Emma Craine | Student Life Editor | September 18, 2012 A rare and special partnership was sprouted between the team at Noozhawk.com and The Charger Account last year. It is a relationship not only based on mutual respect, but has recently grown into one of great recognition as well. Last week, ... Read more »

Leaving the Santa Barbara Bubble

Leaving the Santa Barbara Bubble

By Emma Craine
August 30, 2012
Filed under Features

By Emma Craine | Student Life Editor | August 29, 2012 "Each morning when I open my eyes I say to myself: I, not events, have the power to make me happy or unhappy today. I can choose which it shall be. Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn't arrived yet.  I have just one day, today, and I'm going to be happy in it." -- Groucho Marx I never t... Read more »

Local Color Preview

Local Color Preview

By Emma Craine
May 15, 2012
Filed under A&E

Emma Craine | Staff Writer | May 10, 2012 A community of artists have come together to share their talents, inspiration, and love of art with the greater DP community, all in one little magazine. Local color is Dos Pueblos’ art and literary magazine, which means that the editors collect studen... Read more »

The Dos Pueblos community mourns the loss of Samantha Wopat

The Dos Pueblos community mourns the loss of Samantha Wopat

By Emma Craine
March 30, 2012
Filed under News

By Emma Craine | Staff writer | March 30, 2012 Sam Wopat is forever in our hearts and memories. She will be missed dearly and will always remembered for her exquisite smile and love of laughter. We hope that she is at peace now. We wish the entire Wopat family much love and peace during this difficult time. <3 The Santa Barbara Volle... Read more »

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