Saudi women achieve right to drive

Dani Tyler

December 13, 2017

Filed under Local, National, and World, News

In September, Saudi Arabia announced that starting in June of 2018, women in Saudi Arabia will be given the right to drive. These new rights will help end the oppression that these women have felt for decades. This is quite a...

Football forfeits for safety reasons

Sofia Rose, Editor in Chief

December 13, 2017

Filed under JDHS News, News, Sports

Looking back at the fall sports season, athletes and students alike are once again wondering about the decision to cancel the last five football games. The 14-6 win against Delcastle at the beginning of the season on September...

December 5, 2017

Dancing, food, fun at the MYP’s first dance of the year

Rachel Gould

December 5, 2017

Filed under JDHS News

The MYP’s first dance of the school year took place on Friday, October 13 in the cafeteria. The dance was full of costumes, music, dancing, food, and festivities. More than 100 students purchased tickets for the event. &...

Foreign Language Showdown: Spanish enters the ring!

Zachary Walton

December 5, 2017

Filed under JDHS News, Middle Years, News, Opinion

When I got my schedule in the start of the year, I was crushed. I had requested French and was assigned Spanish. I tried to keep an open mind, and now I am glad I did not get French. The first day I walked into Spanish class,...

Cafeteria unveils new vegetarian lunch program

By Samra Arshad

May 30, 2017

Filed under Feature Stories, JDHS News, News

Being a Muslim in a country where many different religious groups are represented, I always have difficulty figuring out which food is halal (meat prepared in a certain Islamic way) and which is not. In school, this problem was p...

Opinion: Where is our Dickinson school spirit?

Arlene opio, School Spirit

May 30, 2017

Filed under JDHS News, Uncategorized

By Arlene Opio As I begin to write this article, I realize that more than half of Dickinson students won’t even read it. Three fourths of the student body will say ‘no’ when asked if they would like to receive a copy...

February is the Month of MCSU

Arelene Opio

February 2, 2017

Filed under Feature Stories, Image Carousel, JDHS News, News

After a 4-month hiatus, the Multicultural Student Union (MCSU) returns to action, with new advisor, Mr. Hutt, hoping to build on the popularity that the club enjoyed last year. Mr. Hutt looks forward to making his own contrib...

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