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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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Stacey Carrasco, Program Coordinator in the Office of Outreach smiles outside Forum 1 at the Black High School Empowerment Conference.

De Anza holds fourth annual Black High School Student Empowerment Conference

Amit Cohen and Archee Kumar | February 17, 2024

Led by Maurice Canyon, De Anza College’s Umoja community counselor and Charles Van Meurs, De Anza’s Men of Color community counselor, the annual Black High School Student Empowerment Conference featured...

From left, Joseph Gold, violinist, and Carl Blake, pianist, play their instruments on stage for students, faculty and donors.

An evening of classical music for a purpose

Andreina Carnero Ramirez and Sabrina Kulieva | February 17, 2024

The Study Abroad Benefit Concert was a gathering for faculty members, donors and students, who form part of the study abroad program, which was held at the Visual Performing Art Center on Feb. 8 from 6:00...

Jamie Dy, 21, liberal arts major is the host of the “Side by Side” student project film session.

Foreign kids struggling to find an identity their new home country

Sonny La, Staff Reporter | February 13, 2024

South Korea’s Inter-country Adoption program has been around for at least 60 years. Up to today, there have been around 180,000 Korean transracial adoptees that have been relocated to the U.S., Sweden,...

Customers make their line to buy hand made kettle popcorn.

Flea Market brings people together, offering diverse merchandise

Andreina Carnero Ramirez, Staff Reporter | February 12, 2024

De Anza College’s monthly flea market was a gathering for family and friends in parking lot A and B on Feb. 3 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. There were 210 vendors offering a variety of used and brand-new...

Vintage painting of waves on a beach and old-fashioned items on display at the flea market.

Exploring the flea market

Archee Kumar, Freelance Reporter | February 10, 2024

On Feb. 3, Parking Lots A and B were filled with more than 210 vendors for shoppers of all sorts of interests at the monthly De Anza Flea Market. Dayna Swanson, the Flea Market Coordinator, mentions...

Illustration of a dragon in front of bamboo plants and firecrackers, which are popular symbols of Lunar New Year.

Lunar New Year: Traditions, festivities, dragons!

Audrey Tran, Freelance Reporter | February 8, 2024

This Lunar New Year is coming up on Feb. 10 and despite the Chinese origin of the holiday, people from different countries and cultures around the globe are preparing for the celebration. According...

Tshaka Campbell, 54, Santa Clara County Poet Laureate, begins his powerful, rhythmic speech.

Youth Poet Laureates speak through the power and rhythms of words

Audrey Tran, Freelance Reporter | February 8, 2024

The Santa Clara Youth Poet Laureate program held a Kick-Off event at the Mexican Heritage Plaza in San Jose, inviting their Poet Ambassadors and open-mic speakers to share their work with the audience,...

The hired nurses move around conference room A & B while they prepared to take in donators.

De Anza College’s students gather, donate blood

Mackenzie Jardine, Editor-In-Chief | January 30, 2024

The conference rooms rumble with laughter and catchy pop music as nurses move around the plethora of tables and donation stations in the Hinson Campus Center on Jan. 25 for the quarterly blood drive....

Illustration made with elements from Sketchify Education.

Supply, demand, student perspectives on STEM

Claire Mao, Freelance Reporter | January 28, 2024

The aspirations for De Anza College’s students to major in STEM are as diverse as the students themselves, ranging from a passion for hands-on learning to a desire to make a meaningful societal impact. STEM...

Elena Bandong, 18, psychology major, walks close to the Flint Center on Jan. 24.

DA Voices: ‘How will you spend Valentine’s day?’

Andreina Carnero Ramirez, Staff Reporter | January 27, 2024

“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...

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