Baltimore is about more than what you see

Keith Montes, Senior staff member

May 12, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Police severing the spinal cord of a handcuffed suspect is never justifiable. Protests in Sandtown-Winchester, Baltimore over Freddie Gray’s mysterious death are varied in style, yet are all justifiable. Egregious police... Read more »

Letter to the editor: Social movements don’t just happen on social media

Keanu Banayat, Student

May 5, 2015

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

When there is racism or social injustice around us, and we want to shed light on the matter, don’t we just need to press a few buttons? In the recent movements of social injustice, we have seen many people voice their opinions... Read more »

It’s time to put down the ‘The Narcisstick’

Ryan Chan, Senior staff writer

April 28, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Okay Diablo Valley College, we need to have a long talk about the amount of selfies you've been taking recently, and more importantly, the two-foot long telescopic pole that accompanies it. Yes, we're talking... Read more »

Tenure benefits teachers and students

Sriram Ramakrishnan, Staff member

April 27, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Every one of us has had a teacher or professor we absolutely loved at some point in our lives. And at the same time, every one of us has had a teacher or professor we absolutely hated. We all want our favorite instructors... Read more »

Millennials lack passion, activism of previous generations

Dustin Pyne, Staff member

March 24, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Almost every day, I am reminded of a question: where has the passion gone in our generation? From my perspective, no one seems to care about the world around... Read more »