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De Anza student to confront issues of bullying through film

De Anza student to confront issues of bullying through film

Brenna White, Staff Reporter

December 7, 2018

A De Anza College film student is tackling bullying in schools, an issue that lies close to home to her own personal experiences. “I was bullied in high school not physically, but verbally,” said first-year film major Anh Le, 18,  “I feel that these negativities limit our potential to do something better in life.” Le  is diving into independent film...

Chancellor office hour event suffers low student turnout

Chancellor office hour event suffers low student turnout

Michael Nijmeh, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2018

In an effort to support and get in-touch with De Anza College students, staff and faculty, Chancellor Judy Miner, along with other faculty members, hosted an open office hour in the Campus Center on Nov. 28. "This event is really about being available to people," Minor said, “to be visible, so pe...

Fall Mixer Photo Gallery

Fall Mixer Photo Gallery

Jonathan Cabrera, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2018

The Fall Mixer was hosted by the Inter Club Council and DASB in Conference Room A and B on Tuesday, Nov. 27.

Visiting speakers series humanizes hardships of immigrants

Visiting speakers series humanizes hardships of immigrants

Sara Sanderford, Staff Reporter

November 27, 2018

Survivors of oppression shared their stories with De Anza College students and faculty at the ‘Moving Stories’ event on Nov.13 as a part of DASB ‘Visiting Speakers’ series. Deborah Garinkle, part-time english instructor, sponsored the panel in hopes that it would humanize stories. “I care about the complexity of bringing people together,” Garf...

‘International Alumni Panel’ helps international students prepare for success

Tommy Pham, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2018

The “International Alumni Panel” event, hosted on Nov. 14 in conference room A and B, was created to provide international students with information regarding how they could succeed in America. The panel speakers included alumni and international students Vascao Yasenov and Karis Chang. Vasco Yasen...

No attendees for event for those interested in international careers

Shiri Marwaha, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2018

“A Life of a Diplomat: Dorothy Ngutter" was arranged at De Anza College to encourage students to pursue international careers, unfortunately there was no audience turnout. Ngutter’s intention for the event was to offer guidance students looking into international careers. She also wanted to, inform st...

Butte County wildfire smoke engulfs De Anza, campus re-opens in unhealthy conditions

Butte County wildfire smoke engulfs De Anza, campus re-opens in unhealthy conditions

Christian Trujano, Editor-in-Chief

November 20, 2018

Chancellor seeks imput after Foothill-De Anza closes 3 school days due to smoke Chancellor Judy Miner is inviting students, faculty and staff to give feedback on how the district can better handle future college closures. “Health and safety issues can be particularly challenging to navigate,” Miner ...

What it’s like to donate blood to the Stanford Blood Drive

Nick Bauersfeld, Staff Reporter

November 18, 2018

The first thing I saw walking into conference room A and B on Halloween night was a doctor, wearing a mask covered in fake blood, as if a terrible accident had gone wrong, handling student blood. This was my first experience donating blood. It was comforting to know that it was really just a bunch of...

Peace wall lets students express themselves

Peace wall lets students express themselves

Christian Trujano, Editor-In-Chief

November 9, 2018

De Anza College students expressed a wave of emotions and feelings through writing and decorating a five panel wall Friday Nov. 9, brought on campus by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a local Christian church. Missionaries between the ages of 18 and 20 organized this in front of t...

Out of state schools offer community college students a different college experience

Out of state schools offer community college students a different college experience

Miguel Cerda, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2018

De Anza College experienced an influx of out-of-state schools who made an appearance during Transfer day to promote their curriculum and campus culture.​ Representatives from universities all over the world, coming as far as The American University of Rome, congregated to hand out pamphlets and speak to...