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The $1.9 trillion stimulus doesn’t cover all struggling families

Kaylee Flores, Reporter | March 25, 2021
President Joseph Biden signed the $1.9 billion COVID-19 relief bill, which limited income eligibility for stimulus checks and cut off about 12 million individuals from financial relief.
Many graduate with large amounts of student loans that they will repay for decades.

Biden should cancel $10,000 of student debt for racial equality

Kaylee Flores, Reporter | March 7, 2021

While President Joe Biden has frozen student loans until Sep. 30, it is only the bare minimum to help those who are experiencing financial struggles due to the pandemic. Biden should cancel $10,000...

March Madness in-person crowds will be breeding ground for COVID-19

March Madness in-person crowds will be breeding ground for COVID-19

Jordan Soto, Reporter | March 7, 2021

It’s fun being at live basketball games, crowded with fans, cheering and high-fiving after an electric play, with the hot and humid feeling with the people in the arena and players running back and forth...

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The disappointment of online graduation

Athyna Palafox, Social Media Editor | March 1, 2021
I will be graduating in De Anza's second virtual graduation, a depressing fact that discounts the work I’ve put in.
The A's take the field against the Dodgers in 2018 with an attendance of 32,062 that night.

John Fischer needs to sell the Oakland A’s

Mathew Bejarano, Reporter | February 15, 2021
Oakland Athletics majority owner John Fisher needs to sell the team if they ever want to be taken as serious World Series title contenders.
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Mental health is just as important as physical health: De Anza needs to do better

Amanda Nguyen, Reporter | February 15, 2021
Expanding mental health services is more important now than ever because so many students are isolated, harming their mental health.
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TikTok trend opens door to invasion of privacy

Jordan Soto, Reporter | February 15, 2021
An extreme invasion of privacy is taking place on the social media platform TikTok and the company needs to do something to protect its users.
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Our green future: how General Motors is following public opinion

Rodrigo Gutierrez, Reporter | February 15, 2021
General Motors announced that all of their cars will be zero-emissions by 2035 and carbon-neutral by 2040 on Jan. 28, a testament to the electric future that consumers are looking forward to.

California Lifts Stay-at-Home Order, Prolonging the Nightmare

Michael Davis, Reporter | February 7, 2021

On Jan. 25, California moved back into the Purple Tier, ending the stay-at-home order for no reason and making the fight against COVID-19 more of an uphill battle then it should be. This means that non-essential...

Hospitals, including the Good Samaritan Hospital in San Jose (pictured) are having their vaccination procedures reviewed by the county

Los Gatos teachers skipping the vaccination line worsens socioeconomic inequality

Amy Chan, Reporter | February 7, 2021

Los Gatos Union School District staff got to get the vaccine before priority groups, a testament to our unequal society where the rich find workarounds to problems that debilitate marginalized communities. It...

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