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‘Dragon Ball Super: Broly’ shatters expectations with its riveting story and animation

‘Dragon Ball Super: Broly’ shatters expectations with its riveting story and animation

Hwan Lee, Impulse Editor

January 17, 2019


Filed under Impulse, Reviews

With its seamless spectacular animation and plot, “Dragon Ball Super: Broly” is an absolute thrill that delivers a flawless visual experience unlike any other animated action film, fit for both anime fans and newcomers to the series. Even though the theater I experienced the movie in offered poor ...

Nice Buns! Special edition- The Counter

Nice Buns! Special edition- The Counter

Brenna White, Staff Reporter

January 15, 2019


Filed under Impulse, Nice Buns!, Reviews

While The Counter’s customizable burgers certainly have crowd appeal with its potential variations, it would seem that a fluctuation in quality is also present despite its higher cost which is fixed no matter what. Although this was my first visit to The Counter, its commendable reputation preceded...

Electronic Music Showcase shows a wide range of dynamic electronic music

Gautam Nair, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2018


Filed under Impulse, Music

De Anza College held its scheduled Electronic Music Showcase on Dec 8, offering a wide variety of vocals, tunes, beats and inspirations. The showcase had a casual setting, with the audience primarily composed of the performers' friends and acquaintances. The performing artists themselves described...

De Anza College Alumni awarded for social activism, civic engagement

Abby Hou, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2018


Filed under Campus Beat, Campus Beat

Two De Anza College Alumni were named ‘2018 MacArthur Fellows’ in October for their work in social activism through criminal justice reform and art representing civic engagement. The MacArthur Fellows Program awards 25 individuals, with $625,000 for achieving ‘exceptional creativity’ and accomplishm...

‘HIV/AIDS in the Latinx Community Event’ strives to help break the stigma around HIV

‘HIV/AIDS in the Latinx Community Event’ strives to help break the stigma around HIV

Yasmin Pando and Nick Bauersfeld

December 17, 2018


Filed under Campus Beat, Campus Beat

Panelists invited to speak at the ‘HIV/AIDS in the Latinx Community Event' shared their experiences living HIV positive, and how students with low-income can have access to clinics on Tuesday, Dec. 4. Audience members played a group game and listed to a presentation by the panelist speakers. A skit wa...

Ceramic department sells student and faculty made pottery

Ceramic department sells student and faculty made pottery

Yami Sun, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2018


Filed under Campus Beat, Campus Beat

De Anza College’s ceramics department sold student and faculty pottery in the Campus Center during the week of Dec. 3 “It's not about creativity for me," ceramics instructor, Rocky Lewycky, said. "It is a little bit, but it's more like I want to raise money for scholarships.” “My goal is to sell pieces to supp...

‘Some Rap Songs’ album by Earl Sweatshirt shows vulnerability by discussing tough topics

Tommy Pham, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2018


Filed under Impulse, Music, Reviews

"Some Rap Songs," Earl Sweatshirt's third studio album, touches upon a wide variety of topics like depression, family, life, love and death. "Some Rap Songs" features guest appearances by up and coming artists like Navy Blue, a skateboarder turned rapper from New York. On Navy Blue's collaboration...

Scholarship opportunity ask students to reflect on experiences with quitting smoking

Tommy Pham, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2018


Filed under Campus Beat, Campus Beat

De Anza College is awarding a scholarship for students who are former smokers or are in the process of quitting smoking. The De Anza - Wilma Wolgast Memorial scholarship requires applicants to be enrolled in at least 6 units in any major at De Anza. A copy of students’ unofficial transcript is requ...