Americans dismiss big ideas over small disagreements

Sasan Kasravi, Opinions editor

April 16, 2014
Filed under Opinion

A small blog dedicated to reviewing bands by whether they are politically, racially and sexually insensitive, recently reviewed my favorite band. On a scale of “awful or not awful” their verdict was, “NOT AWFUL/SORT OF... Read more »

Oculus, everything but an eye opener

Tyler Elmore, Online Editor

April 15, 2014
Filed under Opinion, Reviews, Uncategorized

What seemed to be a promising “scary” movie ended up being like all of the rest, a bore. Oculus opened on Friday April 11, 2014. The movie stars Karen Gillan from Dr. Who and promising new-comer Brenton Thwaites, who will... Read more »

The pressure of college acceptance is unnecessarily worsened by outdated policies

Tara Tashayod, Staff member

March 30, 2014
Filed under Opinion

Overflowing planners, running from this end of the campus to the other just to meet the never ending requirements that transferring asks of you. DVC makes the transfer process perhaps easier than any other community college.... Read more »

Selfies more serious than we think

Regina Ortanez, Arts and features editor

March 5, 2014
Filed under Opinion

"Selfie" is a word for which no official definition exists. It is most commonly referred to as the act of taking a photo of oneself, a self-portrait of sorts, where subject and the photographer are one and the same. Conversely,... Read more »