No injury or opponent can contest Darya Ashim’s historical triumph

No injury or opponent can contest Darya Ashim’s historical triumph

Evan Wesley
May 15, 2013
Filed under On campus, Sports

Entering the 2013 Women’s Tennis Season, Darya Ashim hoped to overcome an unfortunate knee injury which sidelined her tennis career nearly two years. She returned to the court with the goal of mastering the sport she has loved ever since her grandfather introduced it to her as... Read more »

Transferring troubles: overcoming the obstacles

Evan Wesley
April 24, 2013
Filed under On campus, Opinion, Student Life

April has come and is nearly gone. All students that have remained persistent at DVC to this point of the semester have shown that their determination from the beginning of the spring semester has not faltered. It may not seem like a big deal to many, but those who failed to persist... Read more »

The Buzz

The Buzz

Evan Wesley and Pablo Caballero
April 10, 2013
Filed under Briefs, On campus, Opinion

DVC Buzz NotesQuestions 1) What would you expect from a first year professor? 2) How prepared/qualified do you feel your teachers are?... Read more »

Race towards Nor Cal intensifies for Vikings

Evan Wesley
April 10, 2013
Filed under On campus, Sports

The sun is out and the grass is green again, but the real indication of spring’s arrival resides in the action of the DVC track and field season. Just as the weather is heating up, so is the race to make it to the Nor Cal Finals. Things are looking up for the Vikings... Read more »

Historic women’s basketball season ends in disappointing playoff defeat

Historic women’s basketball season ends in disappointing playoff defeat

Evan Wesley
March 7, 2013
Filed under Basketball, Sports, Top Stories

On Friday, March 1st, the DVC women’s basketball team was unable to overcome the stout defense of Merced College in the second round of the CCCAA Northern Regional Playoffs. Though the Vikings’ effort was valiant, they fell victim to the visiting Merced Devils in a disappointing... Read more »

Vikings score early and often in dominant season-ending performance

Evan Wesley
February 25, 2013
Filed under Basketball, Sports

On Feb. 22, in the season finale for the DVC Men’s basketball team, the Vikings dominated American River College from start to finish in a 75-61 victory. It was Sophomore Night, a night in which sophomores Damon ‘Doc’ Jones and Mike Harris were recognized in a special... Read more »

Lady Vikings soar past American River College and into playoffs

Evan Wesley
February 25, 2013
Filed under Basketball, Sports

Friday night, Feb. 22, the DVC women’s basketball team capped off the regular season with a convincing victory over American River College 70-62. The win was the Lady Vikings’ fifth in a row, giving them a full head of steam entering the playoffs. ... Read more »

Safety Committee producing plan in light of recent national campus shootings

Evan Wesley
February 24, 2013
Filed under News, On campus

In recent months, violent campus shootings have moved to the forefront of the national media. Talks of the government mandating special security to help prevent further tragedies from happening have also surfaced. The Diablo Valley College Safety Committee realizes the urgency in producing a comprehensive... Read more »

Too little, too late for Vikings

Evan Wesley
February 11, 2013
Filed under Sports

During the second game of a Friday night double-header, on Feb. 1, DVC Men’s basketball played host to the Sierra College Wolverines in a Big 8 Conference showdown. Those in attendance seeking fast-paced, sharp-shooting, and physical basketball certainly got their... Read more »

Flooded Learning Center back up and running

Flooded Learning Center back up and running

Evan Wesley
January 31, 2013
Filed under Local, News, On campus, Top Stories, Weather

On Dec. 21 to Dec. 26, the Learning Center Building suffered damages from substantial flooding. According to Vice President of Finance and Administration Chris Leivas, the flood originated when a contractor associated with the school’s IT infrastructure project drilled a hole in the Learning... Read more »