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Students Donate for a Cause

Students Donate for a Cause

Tenzin Dhasel

June 20, 2019

DMAE kicked off its annual Spring Blood Drive on Wednesday, June 4, 2019 in the Common Area. Each year, the National Honors Society, directed by Dorothy McClelland, teams up with the Red Cross to organize two blood drives in the fall and spring. “It was a good experience. The Red Cross staff made you feel c...

Black Pride Deep at Annual Assembly

Black Pride Deep at Annual Assembly

Tenzin Dhasel

May 10, 2019

On February 27, 2019, DMAE held its annual Black History Month Assembly in the Dizzy Gillespie auditorium. The celebration of black culture and achievement began with a grand entrance of students and the song “Glory” and ended with the African American National Anthem, “Lift Every Voice....

DMAE’s Tip Top Brew Crew

DMAE’s Tip Top Brew Crew

Delia David

May 10, 2019

Every morning as the sun rises on the DMAE campus and students shuffle off their busses, teacher Theodora  Murphy and the Brew Crew are behind the scenes making a large urn of coffee to help out the staff and community. “It’s good making coffee and I like serving customers,” freshman T...

Raider Pals Ease Worry

Dekyi Tenzin Tsotsong, Campus News Section Editing Staff

June 7, 2018

DMAE counselors Denise Astuto and Sapphire Toussaint saw a need to help new students transition into the school and as a result, they created the Raider PALS program. The program connects incoming students with upperclassmen from DMAE to show them around for a day. “Raider PALS are essential to t...

“Project Speak Out” Airs on ABC

“Project Speak Out” Airs on ABC

Irene Jacob and Dekyi Tenzin Tsotsong

April 10, 2018

In our day to day lives, the issue of sexual violence is prevalent. However, efforts to spread awareness about how to prevent sexual violence have only recently grown. At DMAE, the Zone has led a movement to do so and its success was noticed by a major news network last fall. Over a period of three years...

Annual Sociology Bazaar

Annual Sociology Bazaar

Niaree Thomas

December 23, 2015

One of DMAE’s most distinctive traditions, the annual Subculture Bazaar, was held on December 2, 2015 as the south cafeteria was commandeered by Dr. Brian Hall’s Sociology sections for first three periods of the day. Colorful tablecloths brightened the room and detailed displays educated and entertain...

Subculture Day: Party Life Wins

Subculture Day: Party Life Wins

Anik Subramanian

February 5, 2015

The DMAE South cafeteria was decked out in many colors and foods during second period on  December 17, 2014, as teacher Brian Hall’s 12th grade Sociology students presented subcultures that they researched within society.  Mouth watering foods including pierogi, spring rolls, and Caesar salad were...

Subculture Day: Dr. Hall’s Sociology Bazaar

Subculture Day: Dr. Hall’s Sociology Bazaar

Niaree Thomas

May 27, 2014

The DMAE south building cafeteria was transformed into a loud and colorful panorama during second period on Jan. 13, 2014, when 12th grade sociology students presented their interpretations of subcultures in society. Students created exhibits that put a spotlight on subcultures they researched, exhibits...

AP Physics Optics Presentations

AP Physics Optics Presentations

Joan M. Chica

November 6, 2013

Students from Mr. Pratt’s AP Physics class worked in small groups to demonstrate their methods of solving complex optics problems. These presentations helped the students to understand one another’s thought process in tackling these problems related to lenses and mirrors.

U.S. Literature Scrapbook Project

U.S. Literature Scrapbook Project

Ms. Clark

May 22, 2013

Do you believe history repeats itself? In April, sophomores in Ms. Clark’s and Ms. Farley’s classes found out about the plight of Oklahoma migrant farmers during the Dust Bowl era (1930s) from reading The Grapes of Wrath and researched and compared it to the plight of Mexican immigrant agricultural...

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