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Little Theater Renovation to Engineering Design Lab Complete

Little Theater Renovation to Engineering Design Lab Complete

By Franklin Leung

October 27, 2014


Filed under Features, News

The new Engineering Design Lab in P-1 opened its doors on Oct. 1, signaling the completion of the Dos Pueblos Engineering Academy’s expansion to over 400 students. Formerly the Little Theater, P-1 has been transformed into additional space for engineering design and manufacturing, primarily for the...

Online Chinese Now Recognized by UCs

Online Chinese Now Recognized by UCs

By Alex Lam

October 22, 2014


Filed under News

A screenshot from proxlearn.com This year, Dos Pueblos’ online Chinese class will count as an A-G approved course. Last year, a mishap caused participating students to miss out on the credit they were promised. “The company that we contracted with (mylanguage360) had been approved, and had g...

New School-wide, Digital Live Signage to be Released Soon

New School-wide, Digital Live Signage to be Released Soon

By Spencer Mullanix

October 20, 2014


Filed under News

The leadership class of 2015 is working on hooking up all the Apple TVs on campus with new software that would allow the creation of a Dos Pueblos-specific digital sign. John Dent, the advisor for the project, said in an email that “It is our hope to have a variety of layouts including the daily event...

Video, Photo Gallery: All-School Lip Dub Released Online

Video, Photo Gallery: All-School Lip Dub Released Online

By Olivia DuPen

October 20, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, News, Photo Galleries, Photos

[slideshow_deploy id='26587'] Dos Pueblos is in the running for a $25,000 prize for the best lip dub video in the country in Macy’s $50,000 All-School Lip Dub Challenge. The video has been posted on YouTube and is available here. Students sang along to Macy’s Back to School Lip Dub version of “Be True to Your School.” The event took place at lunch on October 3, and all studen...

DP Community Mourns Loss of “Samo”

DP Community Mourns Loss of “Samo”

By Ainsley Diehl

October 9, 2014


Filed under Features, News

Photo courtesy of Team Samo Facebook page The death of Dos Pueblos senior Sam Osterhage, who had been battling a heart virus since last year, has left friends and family devastated and struggling to cope with their loss. Osterhage, nicknamed "Samo," died Sept. 20. He was a valued water polo player and a musician heavily involved at Rockshop Ac...

Rep. Lois Capps Visits Dos Pueblos in the EPAC

Rep. Lois Capps Visits Dos Pueblos in the EPAC

By Michael Aling

October 5, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, News

Rep. Lois Capps came to Dos Pueblos to speak with the AP Economics and Government classes on Friday. Capps outlined her platform for this “[especially] issue-based” midterm election before opening a Q&A session with the students. She also discussed the importance of the political proce...

Eight DP seniors win prestigious NHRP Award

Eight DP seniors win prestigious NHRP Award

By Natalie Moreno

October 2, 2014


Filed under News

From left to right: Isabella Franko, Sati Smyth, Pablo Saleta, David Jimenez, Jessica Brest and Forrest Brewer (photo | Natalie Moreno) Eight Dos Pueblos seniors received awards from the National Hispanic Recognition Program (NHRP) for exceptional academic success in both their PSAT score...

DP Ranks Among Top Schools in the West

DP Ranks Among Top Schools in the West

By Matthew Schmidt

September 25, 2014


Filed under News

Screenshot from the Daily Beast In late August, The Daily Beast, a Newsweek publication, released its list of the best high schools from around the country. Dos Pueblos was not only among them, but was ranked 21st in the West–which included all of the West Coast, as well as Colorado, Nevada, Arizo...

AP Physics Becomes Two-Year Course

AP Physics Becomes Two-Year Course

By Eloi Gonzalez

September 25, 2014


Filed under News

Students in their AP Physics class during lecture (Photo / Eloi Gonzalez) The College Board, the organization made up of many schools and universities that manages the AP and SAT tests, has made AP Physics a two year class - students will now take two years of physics for one year of college credit. ...

Freshman Political Candidates Vie for Office

Freshman Political Candidates Vie for Office

By Max Rouhas

September 23, 2014


Filed under News

Campaign posters have returned to the halls of Dos Pueblos (Photo / Max Rouhas) Freshman class office campaigns began yesterday, with candidates posting promotional banners, flyers, and posters of themselves around the Greek and other locations on campus. The Process Freshman class ...

The Goleta Lemon Festival Back for this Weekend

The Goleta Lemon Festival Back for this Weekend

By Alex Lam

September 21, 2014


Filed under Events, News

It's almost the beginning of fall, and the 23rd annual Lemon Festival is here with its usual exciting events. The Lemon Festival, which started on Saturday Sept. 20, will continue Sunday Sept. 21 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Girsch Park, which is located immediately behind Costco. It is chiefly sponsored by M...

Photo Gallery: College Night

Photo Gallery: College Night

By Damara Lopez-Nelson

September 20, 2014


Filed under Events, News, Photo Galleries, Photos

[slideshow_deploy id='26221'] September tenth’s annual College Night proved to be a full-house success, the EPAC filled with prospective students and families eager to hear university and college representatives discuss the pursuit of higher education. The presentation was an informative crash cours...

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