The De Anza College women’s basketball team wiped the floor clean as they beat the visiting Hartnell College Panthers
92-36 on Feb. 18.
“Lots of great goals were set tonight,’’ head coach Megan Hankins said.
She emphasized the part the sophomores played on the team.
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Workshops, films, public discussions and guest speakers are just some of the events Tent City, which begins Monday Feb. 23 and ends Thursday Feb. 26, will bring to De Anza College in order to engage and inspire students to take action.
Some issues that will be discussed throughout the four-day event... READ MORE »»
The California History Center at De Anza College is hosting a series called “Ferguson: Racial profiling, Mass Incarceration and Civil Liberties.”
One of the projects in the series is the fence representing civil liberties, which was set up on Tuesday Feb. 17 and will run through March 12.
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Candles were passed around among students as they gathered in De Anza’s main quad on Thursday, Feb. 12 to honor three young Muslims.
Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha, 21, her husband Deah Barakat, 23, and her sister Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha, were gunned down in their home in Chapel Hill, North Carolina two... READ MORE »»
The De Anza baseball team took their second win of the season against Contra Costa College in dramatic fashion this Tuesday Feb. 10. Starting pitcher Alex Zarate went six innings allowing no runs and only one hit with many opportunities coming throughout the entire game for the Dons and Comets.
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