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Emma

Emma Hall, Editor In Chief

Assistant editor, fall 2018.

Editor-in-chief, spring 2019.

Editor-in-chief, fall 2019.

Twitter: @emmahhall1

Contact: [email protected]

All content by Emma Hall
The graffiti featured use of the N word and was found in the mens bathroom inside the library. (Inquirer stock photo).

Racist graffiti found once again

Emma Hall, Editor in chief
May 21, 2019
While playing for the Vikings, Jahnay Anderson has broken multiple records proving her versatility as a player. (Emma Hall/The Inquirer).

[Photo] Breaking Records

Alex Martin, Staff member
May 20, 2019
The graffiti was found in the Engineering Technology building on the Pleasant Hill campus on March 6. (The Inquirer file photo).

Racist graffiti found on DVC campus

Emma Hall, Editor in chief
March 6, 2019
The Golden Gate Bridge is the second most popular place individuals commit suicide in the world according to The San Francisco Chronicle. With the City of San Franciscos new suicide net being put into place, it is possible that this statistic will change. (The Inquirer file photo).

Suicide can no longer be silenced

Emma Hall, Editor in chief
February 19, 2019
Waheedullah Etimad, 40, passed away on Jan.27 in a car crash on Highway 101 in San Francisco. (Photo courtesy of DVC Welcome Services)

DVC student killed in fatal car accident

Emma Hall, Editor In Chief
February 5, 2019
Another tip is to make sure you have all of the scantrons and blue books before you go to your final exam. (Emma Hall/The Inquirer)

Tips on making it through finals week

Emma Hall, Assistant Editor
December 5, 2018
DVCs new food pantry offers a variety canned goods and other nonperishables. (Emma Hall/The Inquirer)

New food pantry tackles hunger on campus

Emma Hall, Assistant Editor
September 24, 2018

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