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  • February 20STUCO Voting Starts Feb. 21

  • February 20“Hidden Figures” playing at Desert Oasis

  • February 20National Honor Society Accepting Books

  • February 12DOHS will be hosting our first ever Paint and Pizza event on March 9th.

China Lights Lantern Festival

China Lights Lantern Festival

Christian Manriquez, Reporter

January 21, 2018


Filed under Archives, Las Vegas, News, Uncategorized

It’s time to gaze as the China Lights Lantern Festival illuminates the Vegas sky from now until February 25th.   For the first time ever, the festival is bringing its jubilation to Craig Ranch. The festival is closed on Mondays, but it’s open for the remainder of the week from 5:30-10...

November Recap

November Recap

Zoe Wright, Reporter

December 5, 2017


Filed under Archives, Entertainment, More, National, News, Uncategorized

In case you missed some major events! Starting off with what was one of the most anticipated technology releases this year, the new iPhone. The iPhone X and iPhone 8 dropped on November 3rd and sold out in less than three days. They sell between $700-$1000 and have fairly new features including; a...

How Weather Affects our Behavior

How Weather Affects our Behavior

Andrew Cazares, Features Reporter

May 23, 2017


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Humans are a naturally adaptive species who respond to environmental conditions. That being said, is it true that our behavior is reflected by the weather or conditions we are in? Does the time of the year truly affect how we behave? If you take a look at the crime statistics, summer seems to have...

Activation of AB 394 Substitutes Uncertainty with Security

Activation of AB 394 Substitutes Uncertainty with Security

Aaron Basilio, News Editor

May 23, 2017


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Brian Sandoval, Governor of Nevada, has signed Nevada Legislature AB 394 into effect. Clark County schools will now have more power in order to create a more stable and flourishing school environment. The new Nevada Legislature AB 394 is a part of the reorganization of the Clark County School District....

Summer School in the CCSD: What You Need to Know

Summer School in the CCSD: What You Need to Know

Tiare Tapuro, Features Reporter

May 18, 2017


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For students looking to gain additional credits or replace lost credits, the CCSD will be hosting summer school across the valley. Many high schools will remain open throughout the summer for ease of access to any and all students. Costs for summer school consist of $100.00 per half credit and an...

Baseball Playoffs

Kayla Barba, Staff Writer

May 18, 2017


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Desert Oasis:  0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 12 2 Centennial:  0 1 1 3 2 4 x 11 13 2 Desert Oasis Varsity baseball team lost Wednesday’s playoff game 11-2. Desert Oasis offense, Gage Ventura had 3 bats, 1 run, 3 hits, and a double with a batting average of 1.000. Chaison Miklich had 4 at bats, 3 hits, and ...

Softball Playoffs

Joselyn Salas, Staff Writer

May 18, 2017


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  The Lady Diamondback Varsity Softball players was defeated 14-4 (L) against Palo at their Playoff game last Wednesday. Desert Oasis offensive player Meagan Anders had 1 run, 1 home run, and 3 runs batted in. Elsy Guzman had 1 run, 1 home run, and 1 run batted  in. The pitchers Holly...

Save a Life this Spring

Makayla Van Son, Staff Writer

May 18, 2017


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Thursday May 11th and Friday May 12th, Desert Oasis High School blood donors will be striving to save lives by partaking in the spring blood drive taking place in our auxiliary gym. Everyday, people need blood and when it's needed our donors are here to bring it to them. Not only does it help vict...

How Young Love Helps Later in Life

How Young Love Helps Later in Life

Aaron Basilio, News Editor

May 16, 2017


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Marilyn Monroe once said, “I'm selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best.” This is an apt assessment for the couples and romantics roaming the...

Fuentes’ Hot Bat Leads Diamondbacks in Rout of Bengals on Senior Night

Fuentes’ Hot Bat Leads Diamondbacks in Rout of Bengals on Senior Night

Diego Davis, Sports Editor

May 12, 2017


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Not only was this a big game for the seniors, but monumental for the team as a whole. This was the Diamondbacks final conference game, in which they needed to win in order to clinch a home playoff game and delivered with a huge win. Starter Chaison Micklich and Noah Stenger combined on a four-hitte...

The Pros and Cons of Technology

The Pros and Cons of Technology

Tiare Tapuro, Features Reporter

May 12, 2017


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Throughout the years, the world has changed significantly where everyone uses technology in their lives. With the addition of technology in all our lives, let's look at the pros and cons that come with it. The positive effects of technology are evident in every single day of our lives. Let's review...

Desert Oasis Jazz Band Conquers College Festival

Desert Oasis Jazz Band Conquers College Festival

Aaron Basilio, News Editor

May 4, 2017


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The Desert Oasis jazz band rocked the stage at the University of Nevada Reno jazz festival on April 28, in which the college campus hosted a variety of musical talents. The Desert Oasis jazz band embarked for UNR alongside Basic High School’s jazz band on the morning of Thursday, April 27. The opening...

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