Former Students of Gregory Brown Plan Retirement Ceremony, Travel Fund

Angel Stacey, Igaramkin Reporter

August 19, 2018

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Gregory Brown has been a teacher here at Dimond for 25 years and is now retiring. So many people have been inspired by his teaching, and he is very well known. Former students of Brown have put together a GoFundMe account as...

Dimond Students Plan Service Learning Tour to Peru

Angel Stacey, Igaramkin Reporter

August 19, 2018

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Our awareness of the things going on in other countries is amazingly low as teenagers. Our teachers are striving to help us all realize how truly blessed we are to have the things we have and how we can help the less fortunate ...

Dimond Students Traveling to France and Spain

Angel Stacey, Igaramkin Reporter

August 19, 2018

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This year our French and Spanish department have planned a 12-day trip to France and Spain where students will be immersed in the culture of the French and the Spanish. Twenty-three students, accompanied  by three chaperones, will b...

KCC Meets Students Needs, Interests

Grace Kukowski, Igaramkin Reporter

August 19, 2018

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Martin Luther King Career Center is beneficial to many students that attend the school. The school has many different classes students can choose from such as Collision and repair, Veterinarian, Cosmetology, PCA, and many more...

School Spirit Varies by Grade Level

Elyahnee Auelua-Satele, Igaramkin Reporter

May 14, 2018

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As the school year goes on, more school events take place, as well as the fun-filled weeks of school spirit where students can dress up in unique clothes, participate in fun games and have a great experience. Dimond High Sch...

Senior Year Brings Stress, Expenses

Judy Park, Igaramkin Reporter

March 29, 2018

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To all those who told me that senior year would be easy, I greatly despise you. I came into senior year anticipating only fun and no stress, but the only thing that is keeping me from feeling like a dead body is the amount of st...

Swing Choir Trip Offered Look at College Music Programs

Naomi Cashion, Igaramkin Editor

March 28, 2018

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In the early weeks of second semester of the 2017-2018 school year, the DHS Swing Choir took a trip to Oregon in order to tour colleges and open their eyes to the world of music outside of high school. Travelling all throu...

Dimond AP Program Follows National Trend

Jacob Fisher, Igaramkin Reporter

February 16, 2018

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Our society has a tendency to think that the upcoming generation will not end up as strong or mature as the one preceding it. Although this idea is strongly perpetuated, certain behaviours speak contrary to it. According t...

Glee Club Continues to Grow and Change

Melozie Madland, Igaramkin Reporter

January 30, 2018

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Glee Club started out as a new club last year, and is continuing to grow and change this school year. Savanna Moore, a junior and member of Glee Club, said, “[Meetings are] on Fridays from two to three, so that freshmen...

Net Neutrality: Important Concept Still Unfamiliar to Many

Melozie Madland, Igaramkin Reporter

January 30, 2018

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The issue of net neutrality, and whether or not it should be allowed to continue, has been the focus of politicians, tech companies, internet service providers and internet users recently. However, many people who would be affected b...

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