The Dodger

Big D rewards students

Alysia Garvalena, Student Life

September 2, 2010

“ [Big D is an] opportunity to hang out in the Commons area with friends during OP,” said Michael Martinez, associate principal. Big D is a time when students in good standing can meet in the Commons during second period...

Back on the scholastic merry-go-round

Luke Bunker, Co-Editor

August 31, 2010

The days of football games, activity practices, and homework are back (and, for at least the first part of the year, hot and humid days).  On Wednesday, Aug. 18, DCHS students arrived to begin the 2010-2011 school year. Although...

The Navy experience: Keith Bradley and the “Fighting Lady” of WWII

Erin Finley, Co-Editor

November 11, 2009

In September 1939, Germany invaded Poland and thus started World War II. Keith Bradley was 12.  He was not yet old enough to enlist or be drafted for the military.  However he did make an agreement with his older brother, William,...

The story of a Marine and his “experience of a lifetime”

Luke Bunker, Co-Editor

November 11, 2009

In the news and in most general conversations, we often hear only of the veterans who have seen war.  Those who have seen and fought in war have given a lot for their country, and so have those who have trained for fighting in...

It wasn’t easy: profile of a veteran

Alysia Garvalena, Student Life

November 11, 2009

Editors' Note:  This profile first appeared in the Nov. 11, 2009 special edition issue of the Dodger. Everyday one hears stories of soldiers who survived almost unbearable con-ditions in Iraq and other such wars, but you ...

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