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End of construction is in sight, but access is an issue

End of construction is in sight, but access is an issue

Collin James, News editor

DVC is ready to begin a new round of construction upon the completion of the new cafeteria building. But in the meantime, disabled students will get...  Read More »

May 14, 2014

Supreme Court may re-define privacy in the digital world

Supreme Court may re-define privacy in the digital world

Amrita Kaur, Copy editor

Is digital technology subject to a warrantless search or is it protected under the fourth amendment? That is the question currently debated in the Supreme...  Read More »

May 14, 2014

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Track athletes advance to NorCal finals

Track athletes advance to NorCal finals

Tyler Elmore, Online editor

This past season, the DVC track and field team has displayed some excellent abilities and determination. DVC sent 15 athletes to the Northern California...  Read More »

May 14, 2014

Records fall at State Championship

Records fall at State Championship

Rachel Ann Reyes and Benjamin Davidson

The swim team's season ended with broken records and a multitude of awards. DVC's women left the California Community College Athletic Association...  Read More »

May 14, 2014

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Summer of sequels: Upcoming movies aim to please

Summer of sequels: Upcoming movies aim to please

Tyler Elmore, Online editor

This summer will be one of the craziest for movies there has been in a long time. With multiple blockbusters and a lot of remakes to be released, luckily,...  Read More »

May 15, 2014

DVC students ‘Inspire’ with Oakland art challenge

Regina Ortanez, Arts & features editor

Two of DVC’s own digital media students were winners in a design challenge presented by the non-profit Oakland Digital Arts & Literacy Center, better...  Read More »

May 14, 2014

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