The Inquirer

Letter to Editor: In response to your Feb. 14 editorial “Why we name sources”

Dr. Dorrie Mazzone, Guest writer

February 20, 2018

I’m writing in response to your Feb. 14 editorial “Why we name sources.” There are two issues I’d like to address. First, I find the disconnect between the article and the large photo troubling. In the article,...

Letter to the editor: Victims of bullying and abuse

Stewart B. Epstein

February 13, 2018

Dear Editor: I believe that most of us Americans have been victims of bullying and/or some form of abuse at some time in or lives.  As a former counselor and therapist, I worked with and tried to help many victims of everyday bul...

Letter to the editor: Sexual harassment

Maggie Simms, Guest writer

December 17, 2017

Sexual harassment. It wouldn’t be false to say that nearly every woman on this planet has dealt with this at some point. Neither would it be false to say that even men deal with sexual harassment. A woman should not have...

Letter to the editor: Wise words from someone who has been there

Stewart Epstein, Guest writer

December 8, 2017

Dear Editor: I am writing to you and your readers in the hope that I might be able to be a little helpful and supportive. When I was a 25-year-old college student back in the 1970s, I was very badly sexually harassed for ...

Letter to the editor: Decline in international students caused by alienation

Jun A Moon, Guest writer

September 14, 2017

The Inquirer published an article in print titled “Big Drop in International Enrollment” on August 30, 2017. The article sought to explain the reason behind Diablo Valley College’s largest decline in international student enrollment since it was originally founded. The article concluded, based on ...

Letter to the editor: DVC should add healthier snack options

Madelynn Fairchild, Guest writer

September 14, 2017

When I was on campus recently buying books, I stopped in the Book Center for coffee and a quick snack. I was shocked at how limited my choices were. As I was looking for a quick bite to eat, it appeared that my only options w...

Letter to the editor: In response to DVC’s remarks regarding Charlottesville

Ariadne Wolf, Guest Writer

August 23, 2017

I want to start by thanking the DVC faculty and administration for endorsing statements condemning the hate expressed by white supremacist groups gathering and marching in Charlottesville. In times such as these, I believe that...

Letter to the editor: Community colleges need medical leave

Lailee Moshini, Guest Writer

April 25, 2017

To the editor: Community colleges are considered a helping hand to millions of students, which guide them and push them to advancing their education and expanding their career and educational opportunities. Known for being the ...

Letter to the Editor: Do staff, faculty and students need to unite?

Nathaniel Bates, Guest writer

April 19, 2017

Global capitalism has decided that faculty and students are expendable. For a while, professors were immune to this since most had tenure. Today, adjunct faculty are out numbering tenured professors. Their voices are undermined...

Letter to the editor

Ali Lee, Guest writer

March 7, 2017

Everyday students drive to the Pleasant Hill campus to go to class, but how is it possible to learn when you can’t park your car to get to class? The Diablo Valley College parking lots have only gotten worse each semester with...

Letter to the Editor

Tiffany Cerruti, Guest writer

March 3, 2017

Each year Diablo Valley College puts on their annual graduation ceremony in the month of May. According to the DVC website, more than 22,000 students go to both the Pleasant Hill and San Ramon campus. That seems like an impressive...

DVC lacks diverse student input

Mabaljit Panesar, DVC Student

November 5, 2016

As a student attending Diablo Valley College, I see many people on campus with different ethnic backgrounds in my classes. But the experience that I have had at DVC does not speak for all DVC students. I believe that DVC does...

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