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Local Color: The Student-Operated Magazine

Local Color: The Student-Operated Magazine

By Olivia DuPen
April 27, 2015
Filed under Club Corner, Features

Local Color is a student-run and award-winning magazine that gives Dos Pueblos students the opportunity to submit their art, such as drawings, paintings, photographs and literature for publication. The magazine is co-run by seniors Margaux Shraiman and Landon Brand. “It’s a club where we col... Read more »

Social Equality Club Works To Make All Students Feel Accepted

Social Equality Club Works To Make All Students Feel Accepted

By Max Rouhas
March 16, 2015
Filed under Club Corner, Features

Support and appreciation from many different people at the school has grown for the Social Equality Club. The club recently received a $1,890 grant from Youth Making Change, a grant-making organisation run by teens. The Social Equality Club will use the money to increase awareness, fund their proje... Read more »

Club Corner: Computer Programming Club

By Jean-Michel Ricard
January 22, 2015
Filed under Club Corner, Features

Dos Pueblos has a new Computer Programming Club forenthusiasts to show off their skills. In previous years the Hacking Club was the only option for these people to exercise their talents. However, in an email interview Hacking Club president Kenyon Prater said, “[This year] Hacking Club doesn’t actually... Read more »

New Clubs on Campus

New Clubs on Campus

By Emma Lewis
January 12, 2015
Filed under Club Corner, Features

Looking to make good on New Year's resolutions? It's not too late to join some of this academic year's new clubs - one way to get involved with the Dos Pueblos community. H4O: Hands for Others (or H4O) is “a fundraising club to provide water for countries that don't have have clean drinking wate... Read more »

Club Corner: Local Color

Club Corner: Local Color

By Caroline Gay
December 14, 2012
Filed under Club Corner, Features

By Caroline Gay | Staff Writer December 14, 2012 Who: Artistically-passionate students What: Local Color When: Lunch meetings most Fridays Where: T-5 (Ms. Kelemen's room) Why: To be involved in DP's art and literary magazine Glance around Dos Pueblos, and you’ll find the school is bustling with creativity and talent. The DP Enginee... Read more »

10 Questions with Permaculture Club President Avery Hardy

10 Questions with Permaculture Club President Avery Hardy

By Kelly Nakashima
February 9, 2012
Filed under 10 Questions with..., Club Corner, Features

By Kelly Nakashima | Staff Writer | February 9, 2012 Junior Avery Hardy is co-founder of the Dos Pueblos Permaculture Project, a club hosted by Mr. Gleason on Mondays at lunch in A-3. The Charger Account sat down with Avery to discuss her plans for the school garden, a holistic approach for sustai... Read more »

Club Corner: Dream Team

Club Corner: Dream Team

By Michael Aling
November 21, 2011
Filed under Club Corner, Features

By Michael Aling | Staff Writer | November 21, 2011 Who: Students wanting to give to those in need What: The Dos Pueblos Dream Team When: Lunch meetings every other Thursday Where: T-1A (near the Greek) Why: To help the Dream Foundation through fundraisers and various arts-and-crafts projects Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part Two--to you and me, it ... Read more »

Club Corner: People Helping Out More

Club Corner: People Helping Out More

November 16, 2011
Filed under Club Corner, Features

  By Diandra Jordan | Staff Writer | November 2, 2011 Who: Students looking to make a difference What: People Helping Out More (PHOM) When: Lunch meetings every Wednesday Where: B-12 Why: To create a chain reaction of change for the better  Imagine waking up feeling inspired by an idea you just have to tr... Read more »

“Where you live shouldn’t determine whether you live.”

“Where you live shouldn’t determine whether you live.”

By Haley Peterson
November 14, 2011
Filed under Club Corner, Features, News

  By Haley Peterson | Features Editor | November 14, 2011 Where you live shouldn't determine whether you live. --Invisible Children The Dos Pueblos Humanitarian Club needs the strength and network of our community to rally together and contribute for a greater cause. This year, the club is working diligently to... Read more »

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