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Drawing: Severus Jo’iinn navigates life freely through art

Drawing: Severus Jo’iinn navigates life freely through art

Dominque Evangelista, Staff Reporter

June 5, 2019

Moving to California from Michigan was difficult, but may have saved his life, said Severus Jo’iinn, 19, psychology major. Jo’iinn moved to the Bay Area when he was 13. He said he is happy in California and grateful for the move that helped him through tough times. Jo’iinn’s drawing “...

Rang Holi 2019

Lianna Martinez, Staff Reporter

June 4, 2019

De Anza students celebrated the spring Holi festival with vibrant colors and music on April 19.

Women in Computer Science Club hosts Google career panel

Abhiram Rishi Prattipati, Staff Reporter

June 4, 2019

Professionals from Google and other Silicon Valley companies spoke at the Google Career Development Panel hosted by the De Anza Women in Computer Science Club on May 16. “This was my first student panel,” said Everi Osofsky, software engineer and speaker. “I liked it because as a student just...

Spring DASB President hopes to enact anti-fraternization, senator compensation policies

Mehek Kapur, Staff Reporter

June 3, 2019

Lawrence Su said he had a passion for helping the community grow and improve through the DASB senate since he first came to De Anza College, something he intends to continue doing as the interim DASB president. Su said he decided to join the DASB senate because, “senators said they needed people t...

De Anza’s annual spring carnival hosts games, prizes

De Anza’s annual spring carnival hosts games, prizes

Jordan Thomas, Staff Reporter

June 3, 2019

After a week of rain, the sun arrived just in time for the 17th annual Spring Carnival on Thursday, May 23. DASB and the Interclub Council hosted the event in the main quad and provided games, free food and various attractions. “I was walking around and I saw very interesting games,” said...

Investigative journalist presents presidential election film

Audrey Marques, Staff Reporter

May 27, 2019

Investigative journalist Greg Palast showed students election scandals and presented his film, “The Best Democracy Money Can Buy,” at De Anza College on May 8. Palast has reported for BBC and The Guardian. “It’s really important for students to know that democracy is something you nee...

Speakers highlight on-campus equity

Speakers highlight on-campus equity

Aaron Mata, Staff Reporter

May 27, 2019

The Media and Learning Center at De Anza College hosted Guest speakers highlighted examples of equity at De Anza College during the Lit Lunch: Bite Size Equity presentation on April 30. Speakers who attended the event at the Media and Learning Center included counselor Robert Alexander, Dean of Inter...

Vietnamese Student Association portrays tradition, culture in De Anza show

Vietnamese Student Association portrays tradition, culture in De Anza show

Don Le, Staff Reporter

May 27, 2019

De Anza College’s Vietnamese Student Association 2019 Culture Show celebrated Vietnamese culture and tradition with the members of the club acting, singing and dancing on May 12 in the Visual and Performing Arts Center. The main plot for the show was about a Vietnamese-American girl, who can’t sp...

Compelling pieces performed at De Anza faculty music recital

Compelling pieces performed at De Anza faculty music recital

Ella Shih, Staff Reporter

May 27, 2019

De Anza College music department faculty members performed works from J.S. Bach, Italian opera composer Giuseppe Verdis, to original jazz piano pieces on May 10 at the Choral Hall. Grace Lai played flute with student Antoni Ostrowski on piano as they performed the Flute Sonata by Carl Philipp Emanuel Ba...

De Anza Office of Equity hosts Black History and Chill featuring ‘BlackKkKlansman’

Lianna Martinez, Staff Reporter

May 27, 2019

Black History and Chill, hosted by the De Anza College Office of Equity, presented the film “BlacKkKlansman” among community building and conversation. The film, based on a true story, portrays how police brutality and confederalism is exposed by the first ever African-American detective, Ron Stallwort...