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Candidates for Vice Chair of Programs from left, Christopher Li, Maggie Singman, Vanessa Chen and Zeynep Bilginan, make their personal statements to the DASG senate.

De Anza student government internal elections: Week two

Isabella McClintock | May 9, 2023

The second round of the De Anza Student Government’s academic senate internal elections took place April 26. The format for the elections mirrored week one with candidate statements, a Q&A section...

Budget Analyst candidates Aktan Azat, Benjamin Furagganan, Aaron Mundanilkunathil, Kate Wang, and Richard Wang give their statement about the perspective position.

De Anza student government internal elections: Week one

Isabella McClintock | April 26, 2023

DASG hosted the first round of internal elections for committee positions on the academic senate Wednesday, April 19.  The De Anza Student Government election was open to public viewing, but only sitting...

Newly elected DASG President and Vice President of 2023-2024: Lydia Wong and Isaac Tsang

John Pham | March 25, 2023

DASG election results for the 2023-2024 school year came out on Friday, March 17, which announced Lydia Wong, the current Marketing and Communications vice chair, as DASG President and Isaac Tsang, the...

DA Voices: What do you hope the next DASG members will bring to De Anza?

DA Voices: What do you hope the next DASG members will bring to De Anza?

Abel Tariku | March 9, 2023

“DA Voices” is a recurring feature used to spotlight De Anza College’s diverse community voices. We ask the same question of different people and arrange their quotes so that readers can see varying...

Meet the eight candidates running for Cupertino City Council

Meet the eight candidates running for Cupertino City Council

Rory Conlon | November 6, 2022

Eight candidates are running to fill three open Cupertino city council seats this General Election, Nov. 8. Residents are being asked to vote on city representatives who have a variety of perspectives...

De Anza Student Governments Senate meets for their weekly meeting in the Student Council Chambers on Wednesday, Oct. 12.

DASG Senate sworn in new members during recent meeting

Jessie Zhou | November 5, 2022

De Anza Student Government convened during its weekly Senate Meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 12, in the Student Council Chambers to announce new roles and upcoming events. In this meeting, a few DASG members...

The upcoming propositions in the 2022 California election

The upcoming propositions in the 2022 California election

Trevis Dampier | November 4, 2022

Each person's vote on California’s ballot in this general election is not only important for supporting local candidates, but also for deciding “yes” or “no” on the seven state propositions....

FA PAC interns campaigning for political movements. (Photo courtesy of Ali Rastegar)

District faculty and students work this election season

Autumn Alvarez | November 3, 2022

Faculty Association Political Action Committee, the continuous voice for district students and employees in this November’s general election season, is advocating for the propositions and candidates...

Clockwise, from top left to bottom left: President Anahi Ruvalcaba, 19, political science major, Vice President Sarah Morales, 19, sociology major, chair of finance Sharon Utomo, 18, data science major, and chair of marketing and communications Sunnie Chen, 23, public policy major.

New DASG leadership discusses a paid senate, defunding campus police and developing a stronger community

Rory Conlon, Reporter | November 9, 2021

New De Anza student government President Anahí Ruvalcaba and Vice President Sarah Morales said that they are aiming to build community among the student body and hope to create more opportunities for...

Sophia Garcia, an outreach director from Redistricting Partners, outlining Foothill-De Anzas upcoming districting process to trustees and members of the public at the first public meeting held in-person since the pandemic started.

Foothill-De Anza District forced to move away from at-large elections, with new districts coming in 2022

Kevin Nguyen, Features Editor | October 17, 2021

Spurred by a potential lawsuit that accused it of having violated an article in the California Voting Rights Act that bans at-large election systems, the Foothill-De Anza Community College District Board...

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