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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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Cartoon of the six candiates. Top row from left: Sophie Yan Song, Patrick Ahrens, Ashish Garg. Bottom row from left: Tara Sreekrishnan, Omar Din, Bob Goodwyn.
Race for assembly in Cupertino’s district
Vincent Scrivens, News Editor
Infographic of grade distribution at De Anza College from 2018-2023 (by percent).
De Anza’s students and professors impacted by grade inflation
Leart Grbeshi, Staff Reporter
Stacey Carrasco, Program Coordinator in the Office of Outreach smiles outside Forum 1 at the Black High School Empowerment Conference.
De Anza holds fourth annual Black High School Student Empowerment Conference
Amit Cohen and Archee Kumar
Illustration of a student sitting at home in the dark because of the power outages and storm.
Atmospheric storm hits northern California for a second time
Anna Bhogra, Staff Reporter
Elena Bandong, 18, psychology major, walks close to the Flint Center on Jan. 24.
DA Voices: 'How will you spend Valentine's day?'
Andreina Carnero Ramirez, Staff Reporter
DA Voices: What are your New Years resolutions?
DA Voices: 'What are your New Year's resolutions?'
Ingrid Lu and Sabrina Kulieva
DA Voices: What is your favorite music genre?
DA Voices: What is your favorite music genre?
Blen Ketema, Freelancer
DA Voices: What do you think about ‘No Nut November’?
DA Voices: What do you think about ‘No Nut November’?
Lion Park and Ashley Love Djunaedi
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Cover for The Samurais Garden.
The Beauty of Culture
Claire Mao, Freelance Reporter
Logo created for the weekly sports column Porch Talk.
Porch Talk
Connor Giblin, Freelance Reporter

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