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Jessica Lukius (fourth from the left, in the third row from the top) is a communications major who has been accepted to the University of California, Los Angeles.

New adventures at UCLA

Jessie Zhou | July 1, 2023

Editor's Note: This story has been updated to correctly identify student Jerry Chen's involvement in the K-Pop Dance club, not Korean Dance Club. Two De Anza communications students were successfully...

Jarrell Taslim, 18, business administration major, and Margaret Ruslie, 18, business administration major, worked as volunteers to support the ISP year end celebration on June 13.

ISP’s first in-person year-end celebration after pandemic

Yumeno Matsuo | June 28, 2023

The International Student Program organized its first in-person end-of-year celebration after the pandemic to praise international students at the Hinson Campus Center conference room A on June 13. The...

Lisa (Jiepin) Liao, 45, ESL student, performs a Chinese tea presentation and serves to Kanako Suda, an instructional support technician, during the Listening and Speaking Center spring celebration on June 9.

ESL students share talents at spring celebration

Yumeno Matsuo | June 28, 2023

The Listening and Speaking Center students and staff showed off their talent in front of about 80 people at the LSC spring celebration held at the California History Center on June 9. LSC’s spring...

Alicia Scandoval, 25, health technology-medical reception major, adjusts and measures the paper for her cap on June 14.

Graduates get creative for ‘grad cap decorating’

Chia Yu Wu | June 27, 2023

De Anza held a graduation cap decorating event from June 12 to 15, sponsored by General Counseling, EOPS, ISP, Advising division and the campus store. Although there were only four decorating stations,...

Recap of super bloom season: Preserve our floral splendor

Recap of super bloom season: Preserve our floral splendor

Lauren Linh Bui | June 23, 2023

Last winter's plentiful rainfall dropped colors on De Anza's muted campus, reviving its blossoming vigor this spring. Superbloom is a rare botanical phenomenon when an explosion of wild flowers occurs,...

Erica Almira, 20, literature major, works on homework at a Boba Shop in San Jose, California, on June 16.

College dropout’s second chance

John Pham | June 22, 2023

Content warning: This article discusses sensitive issues such as suicide. When thinking about life at university, many students romanticize what college is like, thinking that it will be easy to socialize,...

How-to: Fix a flat

How-to: Fix a flat

Autumn Alvarez | June 22, 2023

Have you ever wondered what you would do as the unlucky duck stranded on the side of the highway with a flat tire? Of course you could call for help, but who doesn’t want to tell the heroic story of...

Different LGBTQ+ flags decorated tables and walls during the ninth annual Queer and Now conference hosted by the Pride Center on June 6.

Queer and Now Conference kicks off Pride month celebration

Isabella McClintock | June 22, 2023

The De Anza Pride Center hosted its ninth annual event inviting members of the community to come together and celebrate their identities on June 6 in honor of Pride month. The event featured keynote...

Tabia Lee, the Faculty Director for the Office of Equity, Social Justice and Multicultural Education at De Anza, reads the poem First They Came by Martin Niemoller in a celebratory Zoom meeting for Jewish heritage on May 25.

Jewish American heritage month celebrated with stories and history

Chia Yu Wu | June 21, 2023

De Anza’s equity and engagement department held an online Zoom meeting celebrating  Jewish American Heritage Month with cultural poems, videos and testimonies on May 25. Tabia Lee, the faculty director...

Diving into Gen Z lingo, no cap!

Diving into Gen Z lingo, no cap!

Lauren Linh Bui | June 16, 2023

“Bruh”, “hella”, “sus”, “cap” and “for real” are five slang words that are used most according to 50 De Anza students. However, do people completely understand their meanings? “(The...

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