The Inquirer is a student-run newspaper for Diablo Valley College. The Inquirer releases seven printed publications each fall and spring semester and updates this website as news happens. You can also like our Facebook page, or follow us on Twitter. Pages for individual staff members are here.
Use the “Letter to the Editor” link to contact us, or email [email protected] directly.
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To make friends and build your resume, sign up for JRNAL 12, News Production Fundamentals, 2-3 units.
To work towards an AA-T in journalism, sign up for JRNAL 126, News Production Lab I, 3 units, CSU transferrable. (Must have JRNAL 120, JRNAL 125 or equivalent. You may be concurrently enrolled in JRNAL 120.)
To build a portfolio of published work, sign up for JRNAL 128, News Production Portfolio Development, 2-3 units.
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