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Raider Pride Shines Through DMAE Door: Door Decorating Contest A Hit

Raider Pride Shines Through DMAE Door: Door Decorating Contest A Hit

Justin Sun

June 11, 2015

On February 25, 2015, DMAE students participated in a campus-wide Door Decorating Contest in which homerooms competed to see who had the most school spirit. Within 15 minutes, classes had to reflect their year’s work by creatively combining both art and ingenuity, color and a clear message to show...

MET Art Makes Impact History and Art Students Navigate the Centuries

MET Art Makes Impact History and Art Students Navigate the Centuries

Julia Tache

June 11, 2015

Left, right, even above and below- there is always something new to spot at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. With collections from every continent spanning the beginning of time to the contemporary era, the Met has an endless amount of sights to see, and on January 21, 2015, DMAE students observed this...

DMAE Students Earn 7 Awards: University of Delaware Model UN Summit

DMAE Students Earn 7 Awards: University of Delaware Model UN Summit

Julia Tache

June 11, 2015

For one weekend at the University of Delaware, 30 Model U.N. members ceased to be high school students and became honorable delegates tasked with tackling the world’s most pressing matters. Dubbed “HenMUN,” the conference gave all participants the opportunity to choose from a variety of committees...

DMAE History Fair Links Past to Present: Provides Practice of National History Day

DMAE History Fair Links Past to Present: Provides Practice of National History Day

Justin Jeong

June 11, 2015

On January 16, 2015, research posters of all shapes and sizes were strewn around the South Building Common Area for the annual DMAE History Fair. Students dressed up, bustled about, and were eager to talk about history. Meanwhile, non-participants on campus had the opportunity to support their peers’...

Elders and Teens are Both Victims of Ageism: Diversity Students Visit Nursing Home

Elders and Teens are Both Victims of Ageism: Diversity Students Visit Nursing Home

Aleema Baksh

June 11, 2015

Social conflicts are evident everywhere in the world. Racism and sexism are spoken about and debated very often in political and personal arguments. However, ageism is a prominent issue that is not heard of too often in today’s society. Ageism is the discrimination and stereotyping of a person because...

Analyzing Moral Justice: DMAE’s New Justice League Club

Analyzing Moral Justice: DMAE’s New Justice League Club

Aleema Baksh

June 11, 2015

One of the newest clubs at DMAE for 2014-2015 is the Justice League Club. The club is dedicated to discussing the philosophical, ethical and judicial dilemmas in different superhero movies. “I really like this club and not just because I am nerdy about superheroes,” freshman Asim Qureshi said....

Peer Mentoring Club: Friends Helping Friends

Peer Mentoring Club: Friends Helping Friends

Leticia Murillo

June 11, 2015

Help from a friend is often the best kind of help, and with teachers giving harder projects and tests in Quarters 3 and 4, DMAE students are feeling stress and need friendly help from people they can trust. Fortunately, again this year on the DMAE campus, the Peer Mentoring Club is eager to help and...

WOKE UP LIKE DIS: How Beyoncé Taught Me Feminism

WOKE UP LIKE DIS: How Beyoncé Taught Me Feminism

Dercem Kaya and Melody Magly

March 26, 2015

On December 13, 2013, Beyoncé Knowles graced unsuspecting masses with her monolithic self-titled album Beyoncé. Although seen by most as one of the most candid and honest of Queen Bey’s records, many critics came out of the woodwork to castigate Beyoncé’s use of vulgar language and extremely sexual...

Is the PARCC Here to Park?

Is the PARCC Here to Park?

Julianne Jeon and Justin Jeong

March 24, 2015

Utter the word “PARCC” to any DMAE student and you may get a series of groans and dirty looks. With testing dates changed and re-changed in different weeks in March, the frustrations of teachers and students alike were mounting high. During the preparations, administrators, teachers, and students...

Sliding Left on Relationship Goals

Dercem Kaya and Melody Magly

March 19, 2015

There are two different types of people on Valentine’s Day: people in relationships and people who aren’t. But what happens when we blur those lines? As we reach the age when we are constantly asked about our future life plans, the commitment can be stressful. On top of these demanding decisions...

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