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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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Rachel Silveria attends the premiere of The Phantom at the Eileen Norris Theatre of the University of Southern California on Sept. 30.

Rachel Silveria co-directs “The Phantom” and discusses her film accomplishments

Janae Heinz, Staff Reporter | November 5, 2023

Several years ago at De Anza College, the film department chair invited a student into her office one day and asked what her plan was as a filmmaker. That student, now De Anza Film and TV instructor Rachel...

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...

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,...

Hsin Yi Kuan, 19, a Mandarin translation and interpretation major, won first place at the Sports Competition for Schools contest in Kaoshiung, Taiwan, in 2019.

The steadfast tin soldier with a devoted heart for family

Lauren Linh Bui | June 10, 2023

Even with a burn that tore his skin off, he continued to work; until the blister popped.  He hid his pain so well that everyone only found out about it after an "ah." It was not even a groan of...

Jared Forman makes a drink at Power Cup Coffee on May 24. He has been the shops owner since 2011.

Coffee shop owner brings caffeinated drinks and spirit to campus

Autumn Alvarez | June 7, 2023

Many people never think about returning to their school after they graduate, but former De Anza student Jared Forman, the owner of Power Cup Coffee on campus, is an exception. “Since 1998, my life...

From left, Kanako Suda, an instructional support technician, and Praneet Vasishta, 19, psychology major, spend time at the Listening and Speaking Center on May 9.

Praneet Vasishta assists the LSC, students and scholarships

Yumeno Matsuo | May 19, 2023

Praneet Vasishta has worked as a clerical assistant for one year at the Listening and Speaking Center, a division of the Student Success Center that helps De Anza students at all levels by providing group...

Khanh Ngo, 21, liberal arts with an emphasis in science, math and engineering major, stands in front of the Inter Club Council Office. She has served as the ICC chairperson since November 2021, and she will be leaving on Apr. 27, 2023.

Khanh Ngo discusses clubs on campus, leaving De Anza and loving her hometown

Rory Conlon | April 25, 2023

After Khanh Ngo’s first year of college, she chose to take a step back. She graduated from high school in June 2020, three months after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the country into lockdown. When she...

De Anzas Stronger Together project highlights the minds and hearts of Veterans on campus.

Kathryn Cooke proves education is possible after service

Autumn Alvarez | March 8, 2023

The colorfully connected hands stretching over the wall of De Anza College’s Veteran Services Center paint a picture of solidarity between the school and veterans like Kathryn Cooke. After serving...

Entrepreneurs find a new use for social media

Entrepreneurs find a new use for social media

Dennise Delgado | March 5, 2023

With the popularity of social media, small fashion businesses are able to gain attention, followers and customers more easily than ever before.  Young entrepreneurs can showcase their creative, unique...

Rich Hansen was a De Anza College mathematics professor who held multiple positions within the community college Faculty Association and touched all those that were a part of his life. (Photo courtesy of the Foothill-De Anza Community College District)

Professor Rich Hansen leaves behind a legacy of excellence

Autumn Alvarez | February 15, 2023

Rich Hansen was a man who wore many hats, and –– one might even say –– many plaid, button-up shirts. As a De Anza College mathematics instructor, president of the Faculty Association and the...

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