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A Journalist and her stories about immigration

A Journalist and her stories about immigration

Yami Sun, Staff Reporter

October 28, 2018

  “A discussion on immigration and journalism” was presented by Sonia Nazario, a reporter who writes about social justice issues and focuses a lot on children coming to the United States alone, at Hinson Campus Center on Oct. 17. In 2003, Nazario’s six-part Los Angeles Times series “Enrique’s...

“The Hate U Give” Offers a Glimpse at Systemic Racial Oppression

“The Hate U Give” Offers a Glimpse at Systemic Racial Oppression

Tommy Pham, Staff Reporter

October 23, 2018

“The Hate U Give,” released on Oct. 19, is a thought-provoking film putting a spotlight on police brutality in the United States. This is the movie adaptation of author Angie Thomas’ young adult novel of the same name. The film follows Starr Carter, who is played by Amanda Stenberg. Carter is...

A Day in the Life of Recovery advocates for student self care

The exhibit of A Day in the Life of Recovery just opens.

Yami Sun, Staff Reporter

October 22, 2018

The exhibit “A Day in the Life of Recovery” hosted at the De Anza library until the end of November, tells stories of real people who went through difficult time and overcame it. Momentum, the organizer of the exhibit, is the largest private nonprofit provider of adult mental health services in...

Migos member Quavo’s solo debut “QUAVO HUNCHO” proves he works best in a team

Migos member Quavo’s solo debut “QUAVO HUNCHO” proves he works best in a team

Damon Ong, Staff Reporter

October 22, 2018

Quavo, from the group Migos, released his first solo project “QUAVO HUNCHO” on Oct. 12, proving he is a better fit in his trio group. It's evident that Quavo stands out in the rap trio, as his lighter and smoother voice makes him versatile, which combined with his undeniable star quality, meant he was th...

Fujitsu Planetarium celebrates spooky season with Halloween-themed laser shows

Fujitsu Planetarium celebrates spooky season with Halloween-themed laser shows

Miguel Cerda, Staff Reporter

October 20, 2018

Come and enjoy De Anza’s “Spooktacular” Halloween laser show on Saturday, Oct. 20 in the Fujitsu Planetarium which will include three back-to-back shows, each lasting an hour long from 5-9 p.m.. New upgrades to Fujitsu’s laser systems in December 2017 have allowed many breakthroughs with the...

Summer Music: Best songs of the summer

John Bricker and Christian Trujano

August 27, 2018

BROCKHAMPTON – "1998 TRUMAN" The Los Angeles based rap group’s single from their upcoming album, “The Best Years Of Our Lives,” is an abrasive, off-the-wall testament to the collective’s raw and diverse talent. The verses on this track range from confident and witty to stone cold paranoia, matching the beat’s melting pot of sampled voc...

Summer Music: Despite controversy, BROCKHAMPTON drops fire track

Source: brckhmptn.com

John Bricker, Staff Reporter

July 15, 2018

BROCKHAMPTON’s latest single, “1999 WILDFIRE,” released on July 7, proves that they can continue creating beautiful music despite recent controversy. Dubbing themselves “The World’s Greatest Boyband,” hip-hop ensemble BROCKHAMPTON broke out with their “SATURATION” series, three studi...

Summer music: Death Grips revives industrial music

Source: thirdworlds.net

Christian Trujano, Editor in Chief

July 8, 2018

Experimental hip hop trio Death Grips released their sixth album “Year of the Snitch” on June 22, solidifying themselves in the industrial scene and leaving them once again at the point of sabotaging their career... In a good way. Averaging one album every year since their formation in 2010, Sa...

Summer Music: Gorillaz drops sweet, disappointing album

Source: gorillaz.com

John Bricker, Staff Reporter

July 8, 2018

Virtual band Gorillaz’ latest album, “The Now Now,” released on June 29, is a pleasant but dull experience, filled with pretty, but underdeveloped songs. Created by comic book artist Jamie Hewlett and musician Damon Albarn, Gorillaz has released six studio albums, each delivering a new evoluti...

Last Open Mic night of the year in a new location

Nazar Tymofyeyev, Staff Reporter

June 21, 2018

The last Open Mic of the year gathered about 40 students in the Sunken Garden, instead of the usual spot on the Euphrat Museum. To perform and to support each other artistic skills. In about 3 hours of the event, a generous variety of performances was seen. The show started with a consecutive stre...