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Sandra Diaz, photo provided by Patricia Williams

De Anza nursing teacher remembered for her compassion

Amanda Nguyen, Reporter | February 14, 2021
Sandra Diaz, former nursing instructor at De Anza College, died from COVID-19 at 66 in January.
De Anza College students find new ways to exercise during the pandemic.

De Anza College students find new ways to exercise in pandemic

Kaveh Nasseri Mashhadi, Reporter | November 28, 2020
Exercise plays a large role in the lives of De Anza College students, but with the pandemic in full swing, many have had to find new ways to stay in shape.

Concussions: What is De Anza doing about them?

Trémaurice Johnson, Staff Reporter | June 9, 2018

Intercollegiate concussions are no joking matter, especially considering approximately 10,500 college athletes suffer from concussions yearly, with a steady rise in cases according to a study conducted...

De Anza’s fitness center: A gym hiding in plain sight

Stephanie Lam, Staff Reporter | May 8, 2018

The De Anza Lifetime Fitness & Wellness Center is quiet upon entering it during the early afternoon. The only audible sounds are the machines being used, the background music being played and the...

Light reading: Food Labels for snacks

Mary Sullivan, Guest Columnist | May 1, 2018

Nutritional labels are your window into what you’re eating. It lists serving size, calories and nutrient information. Consider snack food for mid-morning or afternoon munchies, which should be between...

Health services students liked the most on campus

Health services students liked the most on campus

Sangeeta Agarawal, RN, Ms, CAS, Guest Columnist | March 21, 2017

Tucked away under the campus center is the student health services department. When you walk in, you find several free self serve items from common medicines, feminine products, condoms to toothpaste....

52 mini-New Years: Make it Monday!

52 mini-New Years: Make it Monday!

Mary Sullivan, Guest Columnist | January 16, 2017

Mondays are a particularly good day to revisit your resolutions according to a joint public health initiative from Johns Hopkins, Columbia, and Syracuse Universities called Monday Campaigns. That’s...

Effects of food and housing insecurities on community college students illuminated by CCEAL report

Effects of food and housing insecurities on community college students illuminated by CCEAL report

Yane An, Editor-in-Chief | January 8, 2017

A new study by the Community College Equity Assessment Lab (CCEAL) at San Diego State University found that approximately one-third of community college students experience the threat of homelessness and...

Election stress?

Mary Sullivan, GUEST COLUMNIST | November 21, 2016

It will have been 13 days since the election when this column runs, and I expect the palpable sense of heightened anxiety and stress on campus will continue to be felt by many. Similar to the aftereffects...

What Health Services can do for you

Mary Sullivan, Guest Columnist | November 11, 2016

Health Services is here to help you get through the first weeks of the quarter smoothly. We are located next to College Life - where you got your photo ID, in the lower level of Campus Center building....

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