How Marcus Stays Healthy, Sporty: a Q&A

By Sammie Tse Throughout the three years that d.tech has been around, we have had different athletic directors. This year, we brought in a new member, Marcus Marshall. I sat down to find out how important he thought health and sports.  Q: How important would you consider health? Health is an essential part of living. However,…

Students Sick of The SFO Design Challenge

By Jeffrey Bernstein Every year, at least one of Design Tech’s design lab classes goes to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) for one of their challenges. Generally, the first year design lab classes  go to the airport as one of their first off-campus classes to “use design thinking in the real world”. Even though this…

New Teacher Alert! Q&A with Emmy Joseph

By Katie Toye Emmy Joseph is one of the latest friendly new teacher faces on campus. We sat down with her to find out exactly where she came from, and what she’s up to now. Q: What do you do here at d.tech? I kind of have the same role as Quincy; we’re Academic Support. Q:…

Baking News: Student Chefs!

By Bibi Wong Within d.tech, there are many culinary talents, ranging from baking to pan-frying. I interviewed five d.tech students about cooking, and their favorite dish. Dominique Donio: Donio started baking when she was in her teens, with her mom and sister. Having a huge sweet tooth, Donio enjoys baking chocolate cake and chocolate cookies. When…

A Subtly Different Camping Highlights Reel

By Nicholas Dal Porto Last Wednesday, 340 Design Tech students embarked on charter busses to Casini Ranch Family Campground for a fun-filled three days of rest, relaxation, and getting back in touch with nature. Once arrived, several @dtech classes worked valiantly to unload all of the various equipment that the students and staff had brought…