The De Anza College women’s volleyball team was defeated by City College of San Francisco after losing by five points in the final set on Friday Oct. 17.
After dominating the first two sets of the game, the Dons seemed to have the game in the bag until the C.C.S.F.’s Rams tied up the game by winning... READ MORE »»
De Anza freshman middle blocker Xena Thach spikes the ball over a C.C.S.F. defender. The Dons lost the match 3 sets to 2 after winning the first two sets of the game on Friday Oct. 17.
The Black Leadership Collective had quite the turnout for its welcoming party with The Euphrat Museum lobby flooded with almost 50 people, a 12-foot-long table flooded with all sorts of snacks for students, and sounds of laughter and hip-hop music filling the air.
The Black Leadership Collective,... READ MORE »»
It’s that time of the year again, when people draw on the most controversial headlines of the year seeking inspiration for their new Halloween getup.
It’s the only holiday that makes people laugh, cry, scream, and cringe.
With the array of unethical costumes such as, Chris Brown and Rihanna’s... READ MORE »»
The job of a captain is not easy, especially for an incoming freshman.
Winning over the locker room and having the team firing on all cylinders from the start of the season all while focusing on individual performance can be a lot to juggle, but freshman forward Connor Kurze accomplishes all of these... READ MORE »»
Three San Jose politicians campaigning for election on Nov. 4 made it clear that they consider community colleges a huge priority during a political conference at De Anza College on Oct. 16.
The trio of politicians, who call themselves the Community College... READ MORE »»
Evan Low : Attended De Anza College, Taught American government at De Anza., San Jose State University alumnus, Mayor of Campbell