The Day Creek Howl

NFL Madness: COVID-19 Edition

The National Football League recently resumed its season despite having a deadly virus on our hands.

Shivani R. and Mikah C.

October 13, 2020

Sports have always been a way to bring people together. One example of this cultural cohesiveness is obvious: the Super Bowl, where family and friends gather for an unofficial American holiday, regardless of their knowledge of nuances of the game. Every generation has its favored teams, sparking con...

2020 First Presidential Debate

President Trump and former Vice President Biden have their first 2020 presidential debate.

Shivani R. and Mikah C.

October 2, 2020

On September 29, 2020, President Donald Trump and Former Vice President Joe Biden took the stage for the first 2020 presidential debate. The debate took place at the Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion in Cleveland, Ohio. It started at 9:00 PM (EST) and ended at 10:30 PM (EST).  Right before the debate began, moderator Chr...

Student of the Month: Twins’ Perspective

Twins Lina and Jenna A. both are awarded Student of the Month at the same time.

Shivani R. and Mikah C.

September 9, 2020

Imagine having someone who shares many of the intricacies of your life. They have birthday, share your room, and occupy the same grade level on your campus. Since Day 1, twins’ lives are fully connected. From that first cry, each will always be associated with a twin brother or sister, something un...

How COVID-19 has affected Day Creek

COVID-19 has canceled and postponed numerous events, and now Day Creek is shut down for three weeks.

Sana M., Editor-In-Chief

March 15, 2020

Coronavirus has struck our world unlike anything most of us have ever seen before. At Day Creek we have postponed and cancelled events for all grades, leaving kids and families disappointed. The CDC has updated its guidelines, one of which has changed gatherings from a maximum of 500 people allow...

Coronavirus Has Put the Sports World On Lockdown

Rudy Gobert's positive coronavirus test triggered a rapid chain of events shutting down the sports world.

Raghu C., Editor-In-Chief

March 15, 2020

On Wednesday, March 11, a game between the Utah Jazz and the Oklahoma City Thunder was abruptly canceled about 10 minutes before tipoff. The postponement came after the Jazz doctor ran on the court to tell the officials that Rudy Gobert, the star center for the Jaz, had tested positive for the COVID-1...

NBA All Star Game 2020

In honor of Kobe Bryant, the NBA introduced a new all-star game format. The format proved to be amazing, and made the players play competitively.

Raghu C., Editor-in-Chief

February 21, 2020

Last Sunday, the best of the best came together to face off in the 69th annual All-Star Game. The two captains, voted by fans were Lebron James and Giannis Antetekoumpo. Lebron drafted Anthony Davis, James Harden, Kawhi Leonard, Luka Doncic, Devin Booker, Chris Paul, Damian Lillard, Nikola Jokic, Ben Simm...

Should the Dodgers get the World Series Title?

The Astros and possibly the Red Sox stole signs during the 2017 and 2018 seasons; possibly affecting the World Series title winner.

Raghu C., Editor-in-Chief

February 11, 2020

  In November of 2019, the Astros were accused of stealing signs by their former pitcher Mike Fiers. The scandal occurred during their 2017 World Series. Two months later, after an MLB investigation, the allegations were confirmed, and punishments were handed out.   MLB Commissione...

Learning From Your Mistakes

Mistakes are a part of life but to move on, you have to learn from them.

Crystal M., Editor-in-Chief

November 29, 2018

Everyone makes mistakes, right? We’ve all done something we regret that we wish we could go back and change. And some mistakes are bigger than others. But the only way to truly learn from a mistake is to acknowledge it and move on. One assignment in Language Arts required our class to complete ...

A Day In The Life Of A High Schooler

Ajooni G., one of the Editor Emeritus', tells students how her first day of high school went.

Ajooni G., Editor Emeritus

October 31, 2018

Well, hello there, Coyotes! My name is Ajooni, and if you don’t know me, I was the previous editor of the AMAZING Day Creek Howl. I’m here to give you a completely honest perspective about high school, specifically Los Osos. If you’re going to Rancho/Etiwanda/Alta Loma, this stuff may apply to y...

An Angel At Day Creek

Rod Carew visits Day Creek Intermediate to fulfill Zein's dream.

Jonas D., Raghu C., and Dylan R.

September 26, 2018

Imagine being a four-time cancer survivor. That’s the life of Zein Y. In 2013, Zein was diagnosed with stage 4 Neuroblastoma, a type of cancer that affects nerve cells. Yet his optimistic character has allowed him to thrive, even after 45 surgeries. Rod Carew, a pro baseball Hall of Fame in...

Women In Engineering

At my visit to the Tesla Gigafactory, I met a few of the many women engineers who worked there.

Ajooni G., Editor

February 27, 2018

In the past few years, the subject of women in engineering has come up more and more frequently. There are whole articles and even websites dedicated to the matter. Over Thanksgiving break, I decided to dive into the topic, visiting Tesla Gigafactory 1 to talk to women engineers. Amelia Celoza, a civil ...

Tesla’s Women Engineers

A model of the factory

Ajooni G., Editor

December 8, 2017

Women have found many ways to incorporate themselves in today’s engineering world, though it still remains one of the least popular fields for our gender. Many reasons explain why women are discouraged from becoming engineers. “It’s a systemic problem. Girls from a young age experience microaggressions...

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