Letter to the Editor – Ice Bucket challenge affecting California drought

Cindy Lopez, Student

September 25, 2014

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

The California drought is something that has currently affected our state. We have been severely impacted with reservoirs being completely drained of its water, as well as lakes and creeks. Recently an “Ice Bucket Challenge”... Read more »

The Iran sanctions are unjust

Marissa Dadgari, Staff member

September 23, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Despite multiple statements by people with access to information about Iran’s nuclear program, including the CIA and Mossad as well as quotable statements from Ayatollah Khamenei and recently elected President Hassan Rouhani,... Read more »

Letter to the editor: DVC fails to provide basic health care for students

Lily Yi, DVC Student

September 23, 2014

Filed under Letters to the Editor

Students at DVC do not have a place to go for medical emergencies or emotional support on campus. DVC fails to provide basic health services like Band-Aids, mental counseling and violence prevention programs to its large student... Read more »

Voting should matter to college students

Josh Bradshaw, Staff member

May 14, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Voting is every American citizen’s right and it is vital for change to happen within both Federal and state policies. It is important to be a part in the upcoming June election for Measure E, as well as all elections, because... Read more »

Capital punishment needs to halt for review

Allan Kew, Staff member

May 14, 2014

Filed under Opinion

The latest debacle concerning the institution of the death penalty requires a review of the processes of capital punishment. On April 29, Clayton Lockett was executed by the state of Oklahoma in what has been described by many... Read more »