Read the latest edition of the student newspaper on Issuu.com or on your Issuu app. You can also pick up a copy at the entrances to the school, in the B hall, outside the library, comp gym and J229. Continue reading The Paw Print – March 2021 Issue
The electronic artist Claire Boucher, professionally known as Grimes, can best be described as an enigma. Boucher does not feel like a real person in any way, shape, or form. Grimes has five albums, one of which was made entirely on Garageband in the span of three weeks. She was born in Vancouver in 1998, and started making music in 2007. Her debut album Geidi … Continue reading Who is Grimes?
Annually, on February 14th, Valentine’s Day is celebrated all over the world. Candy, flowers, and gifts are exchanged between loved ones. All in the name of love. The day has come to be celebrated by couples, and significant others, but it doesn’t have to be. Celebrate it with your parents, or your friends, no matter who it’s with because the day is all about love. … Continue reading Valentines Day Q&A
Recently, Frank Ocean completely wiped his Instagram account. This is weird because he had pictures dating back to 2015 on there. Typically, when an artist does this, it signifies a new era coming, usually followed by a new album or single. But what does this mean for Frank Ocean? His most recent release was two singles, Cayendo and Dear April, on March 25. However, his … Continue reading What’s Up With Frank Ocean?
2020 has been a wild year for everyone, and is filled with firsts. And this year, My DSHS News is proud to announce the first ever Top Posts of 2020. These posts and stories are what did the best at mydshs.com over the 2020 year. 10. Where’s the Goat? Travis Crain Still Missing Originally appearing in the April satirical edition of the Paw Print, this … Continue reading Top Posts of 2020
This year, Home Alone won the Christmas Movie Poll, with 26% of the votes, with Elf at a second place with 20.4% of the votes. By Abby Hernandez, staff writer Featured photo by Jake Hills on Unsplash Continue reading Students Weigh in On Their Favorite Christmas Movie
Paw Print Alumni: Liana Solis Liana Solis wrote for the Paw Print and graduated from DSHS in 2012. Solis’s experience in the journalism field that she gained at DSHS helped get her a head start and grow her resume. She went on to get her Communications degree from Texas Tech. While there she was a featured writer and editor for the El Toreador newspaper for … Continue reading Tell Me Something Good: December Edition
Pick up the latest issue of the award-winning student newspaper The Paw Print on stands around campus or visit Issuu.com or read on your Issuu app. Continue reading The Paw Print – December 2020 Issue
Jean Dawson is an alternative artist from San Diego that has a very unique sound. He can’t really be boxed into any certain genre, as he tends to experiment with different styles on each song. Dawson released his freshman album Bad Sports in 2019, which featured songs such as Napster and 90’s Green Screen. Since then, he has released five singles and his sophomore album, … Continue reading Rising Artist: Jean Dawson
Want to watch the game but don’t want to leave your house? The Dripping Entertainment Media Organization (DEMO) has got your back! DEMO is a live streaming service that provides a safe way for parents and students to enjoy our school’s sports from anywhere. “The goal of DEMO is to provide live entertainment to the parents and spectators of the Dripping Springs community,” Safety and … Continue reading DEMO is Here: Into The Group Livestreaming Sports