Unarmed teen’s shooting in Missouri sparks debate at DVC

Amrita Kaur, Editor-in-Chief

September 9, 2014

Filed under News, Top Stories

With the beginning of the fall semester at Diablo Valley College, classes started touching on the topic of Ferguson and race. The Aug. 9 fatal shooting of Michael Brown, 18, by a white police officer in Missouri re-ignited... Read more »

Anticipation Builds as Construction Nears an End

Shane Louis

September 9, 2014

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Construction is affecting Diablo Valley College students both on and around campus. Flint Construction completed the new cafeteria over the summer and is continuing with The Commons Project. The new cafeteria opened in... Read more »

Service matches students with odd jobs

Rachel Ann Reyes, Editor-in-chief

May 13, 2014

Filed under News

When 21-year-old DVC student Ryan Homer started to look for a few part-time, local job in the Bay Area, he stumbled upon an online job marketplace just for college students. ... Read more »

Repeatability restrictions proves hard on arts classes

Allan Kew, Staff member

May 13, 2014

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DVC’s new policy on repeatability is causing frustration and confusion in the music, art and drama departments. While the policy change was announced in 2012, it took effect this past academic year. Previously, many... Read more »

DVC’s most creative writers are honored for the first time

Collin James, News editor

May 1, 2014

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The best literary works from DVC's most creative writers were awarded for their talents for the first time at the first annual Creative Writing Awards. The... Read more »