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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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DA Voices: Whats your ick?

DA Voices: What’s your “ick”?

Lilah Schuck, Staff Reporter | November 23, 2023

“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...

Umoja offers merchandise freebies for participants, such as shirts, notebooks, backpacks, water bottles, and stationery, at the entrance of the Meet and Greet event on Nov. 1.

Black student Meet and Greet bridges boundaries, builds community

Blen Ketema, Freelancer | November 18, 2023

A Black student Meet and Greet event brought students, faculty, and staff members from various backgrounds together to celebrate the rich culture of the college's Black community and promote inclusivity...

Team Energy Mate with their homemade gadget that tracks and calculates electricity spent, taken on Oct. 21. From left: computer science major students Inky Ganbold, 21, Madhav Shukla, 17, and Connor Petri, 22.

Electricity calculator design shocks De Anza Hackathon

Lion Park, Photo Editor | November 3, 2023

De Anza Hacks hosted its second annual Collegiate Hackathon at the SC1102 building on campus to gather computer science enthusiasts on Oct. 20 and 21. The two-day event started with participants meeting...

The prize wheel ICC displays at their table on club day encourages students to join a De Anza club, taken on Oct.12.

Club day gathers students, promotes community engagement

Ashley Love Djunaedi, Staff Reporter | November 2, 2023

De Anza Student Government and Inter Club Council held their fall club day at the Sunken Garden on Oct. 12, giving students a place to find community and cultivate their interests. Once every quarter,...

Rows of CDs and a CD player are displayed on the floor for sale at the flea market on Oct. 7.

A glimpse of vendors at the flea market, from candles, cellos, to bracelets

Ashley Love Djunaedi and Ann Penalosa | October 18, 2023

Lines of people came to De Anza for a festive morning at the monthly flea market. Vendors busily set up their booths with the brightest smiles, ready to welcome the flocking customers. These vendors...

The waterfall outside the L-Quad fills with water after the rain on June 6.

Photo Essay: Rain in June

Connor Blum | June 12, 2023

The Bay Area had an unusual situation on June 6 — rain! By this time of the year, temperatures normally reach 80 F. Students walking to class with umbrellas and jackets set a strange scene for what...

Free succulents, spider plants, and pansies filled the Free Plant Pop-ups desk on April 26. (Photo courtesy of Angelina Ryabechenkova)

Free plant pop-up helps students improve their mental health

Lauren Linh Bui | May 4, 2023

Hundreds of students queued in lines within De Anza's busy dining hall during lunch hour. This time, they weren’t just grabbing a bite to eat. Instead, they shared small talk and big laughs as they waited...

The Sunken Garden from the VIDA office on club day on April 27.

Photo Essay: Spring flings at club day

Justin Fry | May 4, 2023

Each quarter, De Anza College's Inter Club Council hosts a club day as an opportunity for clubs to gain exposure and invite students to join their group. This spring quarter, it was held on April 27, from...

Members of MSA enjoy the dishes brought by students including chicken and cookies to baclava and Pakistani sweet rice on April 30.

De Anza’s MSA holds first picnic in a year in celebration of Eid al-Fitr

Chia Yu Wu | May 4, 2023

De Anza’s Muslim Student Association held an Eid al-Fitr picnic in Santa Clara Central Park on April 30. Ramadan is one of the holiest months for the Muslim community. During this time, people usually...

Traditional Thingyan dance performed by dancers in traditional cultural dresses at Cupertino’s Valley Church on Apr. 20. They dance to the traditional song, “Thingyan Moe”, which means the rain of the Thingyan festival.

Burmese New Year celebration brings a sense of home to students and community members

Yumeno Matsuo | May 3, 2023

Over 250 students and community members gathered in celebration of the Burmese New Year, Thingyan, also known as the Burmese Water Festival, at Cupertino’s Valley Church on Apr. 20, enjoying traditional...

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