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How to deal with ‘bad’ teachers

How to deal with ‘bad’ teachers

June 4, 2015

Not everyone was born to teach others. It takes a certain character/personality to be a teacher. For...

Senior year: not as easy as it sounds

Senior year: not as easy as it sounds

June 4, 2015

“Second semester senior year is so chill.” Seniors believe in the mentality that their last year...

A Major Mistake

A Major Mistake

May 15, 2015

Seventeen. Sure, decide the future of your career. But wait, you won’t be able to handle a rental car...

Too busy to eat: Lunchtime not for lunch

Too busy to eat: Lunchtime not for lunch

March 26, 2015

What are you doing at lunch? Whether it’s club meetings, test make-ups, or other bizarre reasons for...

School loop: love it or hate it?

School loop: love it or hate it?

Melody Schwartz, Senior Staff Writer

March 26, 2015

Filed under Op/Ed

It may not be the popular opinion, but I like SchoolLoop. It’s efficient for my lifestyle and keeps...

Only 20 miles away -A completely different high school experience

Only 20 miles away -A completely different high school experience

March 26, 2015

   Ninety seven percent. That was the percent of students in the SRVUSD district that graduated highsc...

Darker themes in literature allow for deeper topics

Darker themes in literature allow for deeper topics

March 26, 2015

Many people tend to dislike the literature we read in school due to the recurring dark, depressing themes,...

Journalism caught in Williams’ lie

EDITORIAL

March 26, 2015

Filed under Editorial, Op/Ed

The real victims of the Brian Williams scandal are journalists that work hard everyday to produce their work, which is quite concerning for student journalists, like those working on The Stampede staff. Brian Williams, who works for NBC, has been an extremely successful journalist and news anchor for years, and his public...

High school graduation: is it really an accomplishment?

Shea Cummings, Staff Writer

March 26, 2015

Filed under Op/Ed

It happens every year, and people everywhere around the world come together to celebrate it. What could it possibly be? No, not a holiday, it’s high school graduation. Here in Danville, California, friends, parents, grandparents, uncles, and second and third cousins twice removed all come together to celebrate their loved...

#DanvilleKids

#DanvilleKids

March 26, 2015

Residents of Danville drive Maseratis, wear Free People and Lululemon clothing, and live in luxurious...

Plight of the test taker

Plight of the test taker

March 26, 2015

As the wave of stress washes over this year’s juniors regarding the start of SAT/ACT testing season,...

What makes or breaks a teacher?

Christian Berger, Staff Writer

March 26, 2015

Filed under Op/Ed

“It’s not my fault; the teacher just can’t teach.” Whether it be after a bad grade or a hard lesson, I myself am guilty of uttering this age-old excuse, and you would be hard-pressed to find students who haven’t. But what criteria must be met for a teacher to be classified as “good”? Some students feel that...

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