The News Cycle

The Davis Senior High School's Blue Devil Hub produce this weekly show for the Davis community. The show dives into issues relevant to students and residents. In addition to KDRT, you can find the show at bluedevilhub.com. It is broadcast on 95.7 KDRT at 8 AM on Mondays and noon on Tuesdays.

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New movie "Till" brings history to the big screen

The showing of the new movie "Till" has occurred this past week to students in various classes.  Possible flood risks with the upcoming rainy season could be in store due to a few different reasons.  Also, acceptance rates to colleges have continuously lowered for the past few years, counselors could help in a variety of ways.  Packages by Naneh Grigor, Maria Anderson, and Alex Miyamoto.

Produced by Maria Anderson and Naneh Grigor.  Music by Daniel Ruiz-Jimenez.

 

High School students casting their ballots in the recent election

Students at Davis High are voting for the very first time as they are entering adulthood. Also, the DHS Madrigals had a concert at the annual Wine and Beer Pour, their first performance with a new director. Lastly, DHS had basketball tryouts and are trying to step up their game for the new season. Packages by Sean Campbell, Emily Tran, and Lucas Lui.

Produced by Maria Anderson and Naneh Grigor. Music by Daniel Ruiz-Jimenez

The Davis community is showing support for Iran protests

The protests in Iran have been growing and Davis, along with other countries, has been going to protests and striking to show support. We also learn more about the Jewish holiday Sukkot and how Davis is celebrating it. along with a profile of Davis High's very own Randy Choate. Packages by Leyla Bolkan, Lucas Lui, and Jeremiah Haskins

Produced by Maria Anderson and Naneh Grigor.  Music by Daniel Ruiz-Jimenez.

Thursdays in the Davisphere

Starting in September, Davis has been hosting the Davisphere that brings the town together to enjoy the food and music. We also learn more about Yom Kippur and the meaning and celebrations for the Jewish community. Lasty, the safety of easy transportation with electric scooters and skateboards is looked at more closely. Packages by Max Davis-Housefield, Lily Schroeder, and Jeremiah Haskins

Thursdays in the Davisphere

Starting in September, Davis has been hosting the Davisphere that brings the town together to enjoy the food and music. We also learn more about Yom Kippur and the meaning and celebrations for the Jewish community. Lasty, the safety of easy transportation with electric scooters and skateboards is looked at more closely. Packages by Max Davis-Housefield, Lily Schroeder, and Jeremiah Haskins

Ticket sales at DHS have moved to fully online

Affected by a new policy, tickets can only be bought online for events and sports games at the high school.  We also take a look at an update on the Re-Imagine Russell Boulevard Plan and how to split site students are affected due to miscommunications among their two schools.  

Packages by Holt Klineberg, Maria Anderson, and Naneh Grigor.  Produced by Maria Anderson and Naneh Grigor. Music by Daniel Ruiz-Jimenez.

Celebrating the culture of Hispanic Heritage Month

September is Hispanic Heritage Month which brings attention to the diverse hispanic community and their struggles in expressing their culture. Plus, we look at Back To School Night, which was done in person allowing parents to get a much better feel for what their children's school year will look like. Packages by Xochitl Armien and Ben Mitchell.

Produced by Maria Anderson and Naneh Grigor. Music by Daniel Ruiz-Jimenez.

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