Da Hee Yang

Da Hee Yang (’23) is the Vol. 57, Vol. 58, and Vol. 59 Opinions Editor for The Lancer. She authored the Sports Column “ViewPoint.” She was a Staff Writer for Vol. 56 and also contributes photography.


Going back to the roots: Holy Cross Assembly

by Da Hee Yang (’23) and Sungwook Yang (’26) | October 7, 2022 On September 15, Saint Francis students and faculty gathered for the Holy Cross Assembly in the Burns Gym to discuss what it means to be Holy Cross and how to live out this year’s BRIC theme of Celebrating Family. The assembly, which…

ViewPoint: behind the scenes of Track & Field

by Da Hee Yang (’23) | March 21, 2022 Now we are back on track! Track season has started, with almost four hundred athletes looking forward to marking their personal records, coaches ready to offer expertise, and even parents enthusiastically volunteering and cheering in the bleachers. While you may immediately see a group of athletes…

ViewPoint: Spirit Squad is unstoppable

by Da Hee Yang (’23) | February 14, 2022 Most indoor winter sports have been played in gyms that have been empty for the past few weeks. With the spread of the new omicron variant, spectators for sports were limited to the athletes’ family members. However, as the spread of the virus started to slow,…

Personality, equity, and comfort: thoughts on the Lancer dress code

By Katherine Winton (’25), Anusha Jain (’25), and Da Hee Yang (’23) | November 19, 2021 The Saint Francis dress code is the focal point of countless campus debates among teachers and students alike. Everyone has a unique ideal dress code, so inevitably, there are always discrepancies in opinion. Some students feel that it is…

ViewPoint: Lancer Band drums their way to victory

by Da Hee Yang (’23) | October 11, 2021 Saint Francis triumphed in football against De La Salle, breaking its football team’s undefeated streak of 30 years, a total of 318 games, against all Northern California teams. De La Salle lost to Saint Francis, 31-28. Local newspapers and broadcasters reported this stunning victory, which brought…

Humans of Saint Francis: Lily Arangio

by Arhana Aatresh (’23), Alexander Chang (’23), Will Li (’23), Elsa Ying (’23), Da Hee Yang (’23), Kasper Halevy (’24), and Anika Bastin (’23) | October 11, 2021 Many teenagers perceive politics as either a stream of intangible Instagram stories or an abstract mess reserved for adults. However, Lily Arangio (’23) actively combats this perception…

McDonald’s new partnership with BTS

by Da Hee Yang (’23)| May 10, 2021 Nowadays, musical artists are not just known for singing, dancing, and expensive music videos; they are also known for collaborating with fast-food chains. Celebrity partnerships with fast-food chains have considerably increased in number and have consistently proven to be successful. Last September, Travis Scott collaborated with McDonald’s…

Holy Cross service unaffected by the pandemic

by Da Hee Yang (‘23) | November 16, 2020 Numerous school activities have been affected by the pandemic, from club activities to sports events. One of the activities that has also been impacted is community service. Due to the difficulty of students physically participating with their regular volunteer organizations, Saint Francis has set up a…

Saint Francis’ first-ever Haunted Drive-Thru

by Da Hee Yang (’23) | November 16, 2020 Saint Francis hosted the first-ever Haunted Drive-Thru on Friday, October 30. The event was designed specifically for students to engage with the school community and feel the Halloween spirit even during the pandemic. Students, teachers, and parents drove their cars through various clubs’ uniquely-themed booths in…

One click to sign up: virtual Activity Fair

by Da Hee Yang | October 5, 2020 On September 11, 2020, Saint Francis launched its first-ever virtual Activity Fair. In the past, the Activity Fair was held annually on campus, with different club booths for students to browse and sign up for activities. However, due to remote learning this year, Saint Francis made the…


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