by Heidi Blythe (8th Grade, Class of 2022) “Poetry is that art which selects and arranges the symbols of thought in such a manner as to excite the imagination the most powerfully and delightfully.” – William Cullen Bryant The cold wind of a September evening whipped across the […]
by Brandy Quach (Class of 2018) Carlos Ruiz Zafon once said, “There’s no such thing as dead languages, only dormant minds.” Language all across the world has the power to connect people and touch someone’s heart. However, some languages are considered “dead”, or a language no longer used […]
By Sophia Liu (Class of 2020) On Tuesday, January 17, 2017, six students from the girls division of Developing Virtue Secondary School competed in the Poetry Out Loud school competition. Held in the Chan Hall of the girls high school, the competition included moving and exciting performances of […]
Klare Hu (Class of 2017) On the week of December 5, 2016, hundreds of thousands of students worldwide have engaged in the global initiative to increase digital literacy known as the “Hour of Code.” Technology is changing the world. As 80% of jobs created in the next decade […]
By Jocelyn He (Class of 2020) On November 4, 2016, students of Developing Virtue Girls Secondary School gathered at Corner Gallery in Ukiah to see their own artwork hung on the walls. The Teenage Art Show is open to all teens in the city. It helps teenagers who […]
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Student Editorial: Belle Roberts, Class of 2017 “Delegates, there is the Caspian Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, but what we really need, is consistent-SEA.” At the 64th Session of Berkeley Model United Nations, delegates worked hard to argue their positions, collaborate with others, and pass resolutions. BMUN is a […]