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Students and professors reflect on the power of social media executives

Students and professors reflect on the power of social media executives
January 21, 2021

Within days of the Jan. 6 insurrection at Capitol Hill, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram suspended Donald Trump “indefinitely,” which cut him off from millions of followers and contradicted the platforms’...

SCC libraries eliminate late fees

New York City Library. New York 2005
January 21, 2021

Santa Clara County libraries eliminated all late fees on Jan. 5, while the De Anza College library has extended the due date for checked out books to April 16, waiving fine increases until campus reopens. Wil...

De Anza students and faculty react to extended stay-at-home order

De Anza students and faculty react to extended stay-at-home order
January 21, 2021

Under a new stay-at-home order, De Anza College faculty and students face an unknown number of online quarters.  “The virus has served as a conundrum,” said Warren Haack, film/TV professor. “Although...

De Anza students and staff reflect on Trump’s final days

De Anza students and staff reflect on Trump's final days
January 19, 2021

As Donald Trump’s presidency comes to an end, De Anza College students and staff reflect on his norm-breaking term. Braden Micik, a 19-year-old environmental science major, said that Trump's actions...

Students face job insecurity amid COVID-19

December 9, 2020

Provoked by shelter-in-place and COVID-19 protocols, job loss has reshaped many De Anza College students’ lives.  Sophia Castillo, 20, music major, worked at Old Navy before the retail stores...

Faculty balance teaching online while raising children during pandemic

De Anza faculty find balance between online teaching and raising their children.
November 28, 2020
Since the start of quarantine, some De Anza College faculty have taught from home while raising young children, adding another challenge to their new environment.

Student workers find daily balance during pandemic

Laura Nievas, business administration major, 22, has more time to study because of her limited work schedule during the pandemic.
November 28, 2020
Since the pandemic began, student workers have found a new balance between studying and maintaining an income. Many find difficulty in looking for jobs and those who have jobs don’t get to work as long, due to the danger of COVID-19 exposure. 

De Anza College students find new ways to exercise in pandemic

De Anza College students find new ways to exercise during the pandemic.
November 28, 2020
Exercise plays a large role in the lives of De Anza College students, but with the pandemic in full swing, many have had to find new ways to stay in shape.

De Anza writers, artists express pandemic through art

November 24, 2020

The pandemic has impacted De Anza College students from all walks of life, and artists and creative writers are no exception.    Creative writer Julian Parayno-Stoll, 22, philosophy major,...

De Anza College professors weigh in on Trump leaving presidential office

De Anza College professors weigh in on President Donald Trump's future leave from presidential office.
November 24, 2020

De Anza College professors believe that President Donald Trump needs to face legal repercussions for his actions as president, as he faces criminal investigations and mounting debt after he leaves office. Robert...

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