The Inquirer

Letter to the Editor: The Voice of the Bay

Dylan Koller

April 2, 2018

From hippies to Black Panthers, the Bay Area has been a place for those seeking liberty within the United States. Though increasingly becoming known for it's start-ups and high rent, it's still finding ways to deliver messages of a...

Letter to the editor: President Trump is a fake conservative

Stewart B. Epstein

March 6, 2018

The biggest faker of all is none other than President Donald Trump.  He is posing as a conservative but he is actually a fake conservative. What is my evidence? You can look this up for yourself on the internet. In 1999, he...

The Buzz: How would you feel if teachers would be able to carry guns in the classroom?

Jessica Gillis and Aaron Tolentino

March 5, 2018

Julia Forsberg, 19, education "I don't even see the point for people to have guns in the first place so for teachers to have guns it makes less sense." Brandon Hernandez, 19, geography "I don't think it's necessary a...

Letter to the editor: Lack of bus tickets vending machines

Cesar Jose Cortez

February 27, 2018

The students who do not have car at Diablo Valley College are facing two big problems once they finish classes and have to take the bus. The first, is the time schedule of buses at college. Night classes finish at 9:45 p.m....

Letter to the editor: DVC should install security cameras due to its theft problem

Jason Cordis

February 27, 2018

At DVC campuses, there is a security issue that puts students’ belongings at risk. Several students who have parked their cars at the overflow lots to get to have returned to find that their car windows smashed and certain...

Clubs should be easier

Editorial Board

February 25, 2018

Three things stand out as hurdles for club leaders: the bureaucratic system of having things approved, the role of faculty advisers and the attendance requirements of Inter-Club Council (ICC) meetings. Clubs offer members a number of benefits fro...

Letter to the Editor: Hunger Banquet or free food?

Gabriele Graziella Endy Butun, Guest writer

February 22, 2018

Millions of people around the world are suffering each day from hunger and poverty. They are constantly encountering a near-death experiences every single day due to lack supply of food, water, sanitation, healthcare and much...

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