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DA Voices: How do students feel about campus food?

DA Voices: How do students feel about campus food?

Connor Klum, Victoria Lonardo, and Neil McClintick
May 21, 2017
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Lisa Brown, 20, English literature major While there is an okay amount of food available and a wide variety to choose from, I don’t think the quality is super great. I tend to only get one thing, if I ever do – the teriyaki chicken bowls from the noodle place. But they’re kind of expensive. ...

Top 5 Places to Cry on Campus

Top 5 Places to Cry on Campus

Tommy Pham, Staff Reporter
May 19, 2017
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Tommy Pham Sometimes being a college student and balancing a social life can be stressful, and even scary. Maybe you just broke up with your significant other, failed an important exam, or maybe chasing a degree seems impossible. Crying is only human and sometimes you just have to let it out and c...

Apple corporation takes from De Anza while depriving our local community

Apple corporation takes from De Anza while depriving our local community

Andrew Shinjo, Staff Reporter
May 19, 2017
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  Tech company Apple has been highly successful since its formation in the 1970s, but over the years, their lack of philanthropic services for their local community has been disappointing, if not downright despicable. Andrew Shinjo According to Fortune, Apple is the most profitable company in the Fortune 500 with a reported profit of $5...

Frexit (France departure from Eurozone): Not the worst idea in the world

Frexit (France departure from Eurozone): Not the worst idea in the world

Karan, Abrol
May 19, 2017
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Karan Abrol Because of Marine Le Pen’s right-wing, nationalistic campaign in the French elections, isolationism and protectionism inevitably became associated with dangerous populism and racism. But, now that Le Pen and her xenophobic ideas have been convincingly defeated or at least stalled, I think it’s ...

Why your Netflix pastime is in danger: Destruction of net neutrality would ruin the internet

Kunal Mehta, News Editor
May 19, 2017
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Do you play League of Legends or watch Netflix? If the Federal Communications Commission's new plan goes through, you might need to start paying extra. The Trump administration’s new FCC chair, Ajit Pai, has set into motion a plan to overturn the 2015 net neutrality protections that millions of Ame...

A porcelain match made in heaven or hell? Ranking the best and worst De Anza bathrooms

A porcelain match made in heaven or hell? Ranking the best and worst De Anza bathrooms

Ana Acosta, Staff Reporter
May 7, 2017
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Ana Acosta After a large garbage bag of urine was found in the men’s A quad bathroom, students started to notice that many campus bathrooms need some fixing. Fortunately, some bathroom options don’t involve plastic bags being used as toilets. Let’s take a look at the best and worst bathroom...

Potential disruption against Ann Coulter warranted

Potential disruption against Ann Coulter warranted

Anisa Chaudhry, Staff Reporter
May 7, 2017
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When people oppressed by the very institutions meant to protect them, radical resistance is what sparks visibility

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Why you should delete Uber ASAP

Why you should delete Uber ASAP

Kunal Mehta, News Editor
May 7, 2017
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Uber has decided that rules simply don’t apply to them.

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Proposed cuts to Pell Grant disastrous for students

Proposed cuts to Pell Grant disastrous for students

Marat Arguinbaev, Staff Reporter
May 7, 2017
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Marat Arguinbaev Last month, president Trump released his soft budget outline.According to the budget blueprint, the US Department of Education will receive a 13.5 percent cut in funding, ultimately reducing the amount of financial aid that the department can provide. This will no doubt affect the financial rewa...

The “mother of all bombs” counterintuitive to a peaceful East

The “mother of all bombs” counterintuitive to a peaceful East

Andrew Shinjo, Staff Reporter
April 25, 2017
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Andrew Shinjo   The U.S. military recently detonated the GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb (MOAB), or the ‘mother of all bombs’, the largest non-nuclear weapon, on a cave complex used by ISIS in the Nangarhar province in Afghanistan. Alongside military intervention, the U.S. has bee...