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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, Media Gallery, News, 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...

DP’s New Schedule – Think you know all there is?

DP’s New Schedule – Think you know all there is?

By Michael Aling

September 9, 2014


Filed under Features, News

Students in seminar on the first day of school (Photo / Caroline Gay) Dos Pueblos has implemented its new schedule after revising it to achieve a teacher supermajority in favor of waiving the union contract for one year. The move came as the culmination of five years of committee work, a synt...

Photo Gallery: Roller Coaster Cheer and Teacher ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Photo Gallery: Roller Coaster Cheer and Teacher ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

By Caroline Gay and Michael Aling

August 29, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, Media Gallery, News, Photos

[slideshow_deploy id='26145'] Students, teachers and staff filed into O'Leary Stadium during seminar period on Thursday, Aug. 28 for a display of first-week-of-school spirit. Together, ninth- through twelfth-grade students gathered in the letters "DPHS" and were led in a chant by administrators w...

Dan’s Bands sweep DP Campus

Dan’s Bands sweep DP Campus

By Erik Olson

May 22, 2014


Filed under News

By Erik Olson | Staff Writer May 22, 2014 On May 20 at the Dos Pueblos Econ fair of spring 2014, one product in particular exploded into the market with subsisting vigor: Dan's Bands. DP's annual Econ fair offers original products and services that are supplied and demanded by the vast expans...

Local teens come together to save lives with Hands4Others in benefit concert “The Last Night”

Local teens come together to save lives with Hands4Others in benefit concert “The Last Night”

By Jason Paras

May 19, 2014


Filed under A&E, Events, News

By Jason Paras | Editor in Chief May 19, 2014 This year alone, 9 million people will die from lack of access to clean water. By enjoying our benefit concert, you will save only one of those 9 million people: one living, breathing person just like you. I, alongside twelve other local teen musicians ha...

Drake Bell Takes the Stage at DP

Drake Bell Takes the Stage at DP

By Alec Klein

May 16, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, News

By Alec Klein | Staff Writer May 16, 2014 Promoting his new album 'Ready, Steady, Go!', former Nickelodeon star Drake Bell -- from Drake and Josh -- performed in Dos Pueblos' Greek Theatre on May 13, surprising many Chargers with his 50's swing, rockabilly style. Drake Bell rocked out. First p...

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