The student news site of Diablo Valley College.

The Inquirer

The student news site of Diablo Valley College.

The Inquirer

The student news site of Diablo Valley College.

The Inquirer


The Inquirer is a student-run online newspaper for Diablo Valley College. The Inquirer updates this website weekly as news happens. You can also like our Facebook page, or follow us on Twitter. Pages for individual staff members are here.

For tips or other confidential information please email [email protected], where you may speak directly with current staff members.

For business inquiries, Letters to the Editor, or questions please contact us at [email protected].

Calling all artists! You can also submit comic, graphics, illustrations or even small doodles to us at [email protected]. We would love to see your work regarding your DVC student experience!

Please include your full name, email and telephone number so editors may verify your graphic and get any questions answered. Please include any other significant identification the artist can provide, such as student, president of the honor society, instructor, etc. Also include a short description of your graphic and the meaning behind it. If your graphic is chosen to be published online, we may contact you for a chance for your work to be shown in the in-print edition.

The Inquirer may not submit graphics/illustrations for legal or ethical concerns.

The  Inquirer  wants  to  be  a  forum  for discussing  issues  relevant  to  the  Diablo  Valley  College community,  and  for  our  audience  to  comment  on  our  coverage.

By  commenting,  you  give  The  Inquirer  permission  to  quote,  reprint  or  edit  your  words. Comments  should  be  brief,  have  a  positive  or  constructive  tone,  and  stay  on  topic.  If  the commenter  wants  to  bring  something  to  The  Inquirer’s  attention,  it  should  be  relevant  to  the DVC  community.  Posts  can  politely  disagree  with  The  Inquirer  or  other  commenters.

Comments  should  not  use  abusive,  threatening, offensive  or  vulgar  language.  They  should  not  be  personal  attacks  or  celebrations  of  other  people’s  tragedies.  They  should  not  overtly  or  covertly  contain  commercial  advertising.  And  they  should  not  disrupt  the  forum.

Editors  may  warn  commenters  or  delete  comments  that  violate  this  policy.  Repeated  violations may  lead  to  a  commenter  being  blocked.

Public  comments  should  not  be  anonymous  or  come  from  obviously  fictitious  accounts.  To privately  or  anonymously  bring  something  to  the  editors’  attention,  contact  them  at  The Inquirer,

12:30 – 3:30  p.m.  Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays  and  Thursdays  in  Room  ATC 103,

Diablo  Valley  College,  321  Golf  Club  Road,  Pleasant  Hill,  CA  94523;  [email protected]

Our phone number is:


To make friends and build your resume, sign up for JRNAL 125, News Production Fundamentals, 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, 3 units.

Email the faculty adviser, Michael Levitin, for more information: [email protected].

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By commenting, you give The Inquirer permission to quote, reprint or edit your words. Comments should be brief, have a positive or constructive tone, and stay on topic. If the commenter wants to bring something to The Inquirer’s attention, it should be relevant to the DVC community. Posts can politely disagree with The Inquirer or other commenters. Comments should not use abusive, threatening, offensive or vulgar language. They should not be personal attacks or celebrations of other people’s tragedies. They should not overtly or covertly contain commercial advertising. And they should not disrupt the forum. Editors may warn commenters or delete comments that violate this policy. Repeated violations may lead to a commenter being blocked. Public comments should not be anonymous or come from obviously fictitious accounts. To privately or anonymously bring something to the editors’ attention, contact them.
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