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El Diablo May 14, 2018

What’s your favorite class? Any athletic elective Math Does lunch count? Fashion Design   Where can you be found on a summer night? At a party Spending time with family At home eating, watching netflix At the mall   What’s your go-to summer activity? Swimming Road trip with the family Barbecuing Shopping   The most […]

El Diablo May 14, 2018

How do I get a summer job? Summer jobs are a great way to earn some minor work experience, build your resume and of course, make some money (it’s mostly about the money). Entry-level jobs are usually pretty competitive in the summer, so get started with the process as soon as possible. You’ll find the […]

El Diablo May 14, 2018

                             In high school we make new friends. We accept each other for our differences and respect the choices that are made. Through the four years students share together, friends come and go. People change and they develop new attitudes and habits. […]

El Diablo May 11, 2018

Virgo – Taylor Swift vs. Kanye West Yikes. As a very hardworking person, Virgo, you deserve some recognition once in awhile. You’re dedicated and have an “all work no play” type of mindset. The Kanyes of the world are always going to try to steal your moment – it’s up to you to reclaim it. […]

El Diablo May 11, 2018

Disclaimer: While this column does contain awesome and solid advice, it does not reflect the views of the entire El Diablo Staff nor of the DHS student body, just those of a teenager.   How do I tell my friend’s mom that I love her? Don’t! How do you handle someone blowing vape in your […]

El Diablo May 10, 2018

Tina Lam is a 66 year old Durango High School alumni, who wrote for El Diablo her last two years at DHS. When she graduated, she wrote for the Fort Lewis Independent and eventually moved to Detroit to write for the Detroit Free Press. Lam lived her dream life and was able to make money […]

El Diablo May 8, 2018

This issue, for Teachers of DHS, Ann Tidwell is featured. At Durango High School, Mrs. Tidwell teaches Chemistry and  AP Chemistry. Students absolutely adore her teaching style as well as her personality. She is a phenomenal teacher who knows how to balance her teaching techniques, but also does what she knows is best for her […]

El Diablo May 8, 2018

For this issue, Demons of DHS features Kristina Bruton, an English teacher here at Durango High School. Bruton currently teaches AP Language and Composition, but has taught all grades of English for many years prior. The enthusiasm and eagerness Bruton brings each day to help her students be their best is said to be what […]

El Diablo May 8, 2018

As it becomes April seniors our counting down the days to graduation and are looking forward to their next chapters in life. These seniors have had time to reflect on their previous years at Durango High School and take a look back down memory lane.   Most seniors, looking back, would do things a lot […]

El Diablo May 8, 2018

Disclaimer: While this column does contain awesome and solid advice, it does not reflect the views of the entire El Diablo Staff nor of the DHS student body, just those of a teenager.   How do I ask someone to prom? I’ve never asked someone to prom, but here are a couple things that worked […]

El Diablo May 8, 2018

As humans, our unique lives come together by the one thing that we all share – our fears. Fears are what we all strive to overcome, and in that way connect us. This issue, El Diablo asked people from Durango, “What are your greatest fears for now and for the future?” Every answer displayed the […]