The Maroon Tribune

Love Letter to the Class of 2020 & DMAE

Sarah Yang, Co-Editor

June 22, 2020

Time is nothing if not receding.  It pulls back, abruptly and remarkably, before we can even recognize its silent departure, leaving us to frantically grapple with what still remains long after it loses us. Time abandons us too easily, but time also startles us into acknowledging what doesn...

Graduating from Uncertainty

Donghyun Brian Lee, Salutatorian & Co-President, Student Council

June 22, 2020

  Friends, I am filled with both great joy and disappointment to speak before you today. I am excited and enthralled for the diverse and enchanting future ahead of us, but I am disappointed that we close this chapter of our lives called High School on our phones and computers. This, I kn...

Homophobia at DMAE What Can You Do?

Homophobia at DMAE What Can You Do?

Jaeden Williams-Edmonds, Staff Reporter

March 10, 2020

There is widespread homophobia on the DMAE campus. Every day, people on our campus use homophobic language to communicate with others. It seems as if the use of such terms has become normal in our school. In an era when the LGBTQ+ community is portrayed in the media as established, and with the legal...

How Democrats Can Win in 2020

Emre Ozmemili, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2020

In recent days Demorcrats and Republicans alike have questioned the powers of a President of the United States to commit an airstrike without the knowledge or consent of Congress, in this case that President Trump ordered the assassination of Iranian leader Qassam Soleimani through drone strike on January...

High School Royalty

Sakthi Sundaram

November 26, 2019

It might be a weird concept to kids that don’t live in America, but for many students that do, homecoming is quite the anticipated date. It’s a topic you might find being discussed in one of those Buzzfeed posts titled, Fifteen Questions Foreigners Have about American High Schools, and if it had not ...

Note to the Underclassman

Lysa Legros

June 20, 2019

The funny thing about memories is their ability to condense time. In the present, events feel slow, sinuous and never ending, but in retrospect, they seem to end too suddenly. September felt like a millennia ago, but the first day of freshman year feels like it could have been yesterday. It’s a...

Just Say No To Distractions

Just Say No To Distractions

Dr. Billy Bowie

June 20, 2019

I was asked to write this editorial for The Maroon Tribune as a reflection of my brief but joyful time here at Dwight Morrow High School. For Students and Teachers In my time here, I’ve witnessed some of the most amazing talents in students that I’ve ever experienced in my life. I’ve seen stude...

The Real March Madness NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship

The Real March Madness NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship

Matthew Stoeski

May 10, 2019

The 2019 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) basketball tournament was indeed “mad,” but not the kind of mad everyone expected. This year, the madness was created by spectacular games and stories, and crowing a first-time champion that no one could have reasonably expected (after what...

Note to the Underclassmen

Leticia Wood

June 20, 2018

We all have regrets in our lives. Some may be from embarrassing situations, like pulling on a door that says push, or slipping in front of a crowd of people. Some come from personal failings, like not studying for a test, or not preparing for a presentation. As high school students, despite the brevi...

How the #METOO Movement Empowers Us

How the #METOO Movement Empowers Us

Emilia Wesolowski and Rachel Moy

June 20, 2018

Recently, the #METOO movement has exploded with more and more members. The number of women who have been impacted by sexual harassment through unnecessary and inappropriate comments, touching, or manipulation has skyrocketed. Every week another actor, politician, or celebrity is called out by a woman who ha...

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