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Cover for The Samurais Garden.

The Beauty of Culture

Claire Mao, Freelance Reporter | February 24, 2024

Gail Tsukiyama’s novel, “The Samurai’s Garden”, is a beautiful masterpiece that explores the intricate human attachments and culture. The novel follows the journey of a young 20-year-old Chinese...

A smiling, derpy Swee holds a handgun.

‘Palworld’: An open-world monster catcher offers players a new, engaging experience

Iain Klotzbach, Freelance Reporter | February 23, 2024

“Pokemon” and “ARK Survival” have a child and its name is “Palworld”. The game is an open-world survival and monster catcher. Released on Jan. 18 by Pocketpair, “Palworld” has hit records...

Exploring the world of ‘Griselda’

Exploring the world of ‘Griselda’

Preena Patel, Staff Reporter | February 16, 2024

Sofia Vergara, known for her strong, more comedic performances, takes on a new role in the Netflix series "Griselda": a captivating portrayal of the notorious Colombian drug lord Griselda Blanco. The...

Photo with a heart and purple lighting of Sabrina’s parent’s hands, they met on a dating app.

Will you be my Valentine?

Sabrina Kulieva, Staff | February 7, 2024

Are you concerned about spending this Valentine’s day alone? Or perhaps you’re still healing from unrequited love? Is there a match for you on Tinder? Maybe my little poetry pieces will guide...

A drawing of the new movie’s “Plastics”, Karen Shetty played by Avantika Vandanapu (left), Regina George played by Reneé Rapp (center) and Gretchen Wieners played by Bebe Wood (right).

‘Mean Girls’: A review

Nayeli Garcia, Staff Reporter | February 4, 2024

“Mean Girls” the musical is a bittersweet bite of nostalgia. Musicals. Not everyone’s cup of tea, but maybe with some sugar and a splash of milk, can be totally digestable. “Mean Girls”,...

A look at Nirvana Soul’s open mic night

Drusilla Ingebrigtsen, Freelance Video Reporter | February 4, 2024

The coffee shop, Nirvana Soul, holds a free open mic night every Thursday and Friday night from 7 to 9 p.m. Local talent from all around the San Jose area and beyond, joins together to showcase their...

Two Pekoe teas sit on the bar in front of the Pekoe logo on Jan. 28.

Pekoe Tea Bar: A review

Anna Bhogra, Staff Reporter | January 29, 2024

Pekoe Tea Bar, with only 5 locations in the United States so far, brings a new excitement to boba culture. With most boba stores having a cafe-like ambience, Pekoe’s atmosphere is somewhat akin to a...

Saturn spins into view onto the Fujitsu Planetariums 360-degree screen.

Fujitsu Planetarium’s ‘Saturn’ show bedazzles

Ingrid Lu, Art & Entertainment Editor | January 27, 2024

The lights dimmed, a hushed silence fell over the room, and stars began to scatter across the sky. As they moved closer, Saturn slowly spun into view, its rings taking up their familiar orbit. On Saturday,...

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 | January 27, 2024

“DA Voices” is a recurring feature used to spotlight De Anza College’s diverse community voices. We ask the same question to different people and arrange their quotes so that readers can see varying...

Jon Orc, lead singer and guitarist of Hemorage, sings to the gathered crowd of fans, with cop cars flashing their lights in the distance.

Bands of the bay: Hemorage

Mackenzie Jardine, Editor-in-Chief | January 24, 2024
“Pull up right behind them,” Drummer Ron Roussell said to lead vocalist and guitarist, Jon Orc. Orc rounds the corner in their bus, quickly met with the flashing red and blue lights of six cop cars parked down the street.
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