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The cover of the podcast The STEM Corner hosted by Oindree Chatterjee. Source: Spotify.

Middle college student creates podcast to shed light on the STEM field and its opportunities

Andrea Infante, Reporter | June 24, 2022

With so many of us growing up in the Silicon Valley, STEM has become such a natural part of day-to-day life. It’s not just a group of subjects, but the lifeblood of the area and the building blocks of...

When the pandemic hit, unhoused students were thrown to the wolves as they had to suddenly recalibrate how they lived their day to day lives as everything shuttered down.

A De Anza student reflects on finding power and community

Rory Conlon, Reporter | June 18, 2022

 K.D. sat in the dark. She lived out of her car, conserving the batteries in her phone and laptop for as long as she could until they both finally ran out. Then, she would just wait—she had nowhere...

BSU members cooking scrambled eggs to distribute to unhoused residents later  on Nov. 20, 2021. The club partnered with BLACK Outreach, a San Jose based social justice and community service organization. Courtesy of Aminata Henry.

Amid struggles for De Anza Clubs to maintain momentum, Black Student Union gets involved in local community

Jerry Chen, Reporter | June 14, 2022

The Black Student Union (BSU) at De Anza College is returning with a set of new officers for the year 2022-2023. Moving forward, the club is planning more in-person meetings and activities all with the...

Marciano Gutierrez (wearing Middle College T-shirt) talks with his students at Cuesta Park in Mountain View during Community Park Day on May 19.

Marciano Gutierrez: A unique teacher at an untraditional high school

Nadav Sternheim, Reporter | June 8, 2022

Marciano Gutierrez walks among the tables of students who are laughing, talking, and playing games. He hops in for a round of a card game, then moves on to converse with other students. Every Thursday,...

Coach DAgostino outlines a play for a group of offensive players at spring practice.

For new De Anza head football coach Joe D’Agostino, it’s about more than just wins and losses

Nathan Canilao, Reporter | June 1, 2022

7 a.m.- De Anza College’s new Head Football Coach Joe D’Agostino is woken up by his iPhone alarm. He gets a quick breakfast and heads to campus.  7:30 a.m.- He unlocks the door to the weight room...

Members of the Vietnamese community and other attendees gather at San Jose City Hall to commemorate the 47th anniversary of the fall of Saigon.

San Jose Vietnamese community reflects on the fall of Saigon 47 years later

Georgina Munoz-Villanueva, Reporter | May 17, 2022

Members of the Vietnamese and San Jose community gathered at San Jose City Hall on April 30 to commemorate the fall of Saigon in 1975, a date also known as “Black April.” The event was organized...

On March 7, Ron Hannon was named new Director of Athletics & Student-Athlete Success at De Anza College, replacing Kulwant Singh who retired after 31 years.

New Athletic Director Ron Hannon is ready for his biggest challenge yet

Aaron Johnson, Reporter | May 13, 2022

Ron Hannon has had a burning passion for sports for as long as he can remember.  “When I was younger, it didn’t matter if we were trying to win a conference championship or just racing to the water...

San Jose Latina city council representatives Magdalena Carrasco, Maya Esparza, Sylvia Arenas and Morgan Hill council member Yvonne Martinez came together to discuss their experiences in this De Anza event for Womens History Month.

Latina council members of San Jose and Morgan Hill share their experience in politics

Georgina Munoz-Villanueva, Reporter | April 28, 2022

San Jose Latina city council representatives Magdalena Carrasco, Maya Esparza, Sylvia Arenas and Morgan Hill council member Yvonne Martinez discussed the microaggressions they have faced in their political...

Chief of Police Danny Acosta was appointed in 2018. (Courtesy of De Anza College)

Foothill-De Anza chief of police talks about ‘reimagining public safety’ post George Floyd

Rory Conlon, Reporter | March 15, 2022

The Foothill-De Anza Chief of Police, Daniel Acosta, addressed public safety concerns and talked about increased accountability measures being taken by his department during a zoom panel on Feb. 8.  Acosta...

Isaiah Nengo, former De Anza College professor and famed anthropologist at a dig site in Kenya.
(Courtesy of De Anza College)

Isaiah Nengo, former De Anza professor and groundbreaking anthropologist, remembered for his dedication to students and equity

Michael Davis, Editor Emeritus | February 28, 2022

Isaiah Nengo, doctor in biological anthropology and former De Anza professor, died on Jan. 23, at the age of 60. Nengo’s biggest accomplishment in the world of anthropology was the discovery of a...

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