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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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Womens volleyball coach Dawnis Guevara stands for the national anthem before the Oct. 27 game against City College of San Francisco.

Mountain Lions reflect on season, get ready for playoffs, state

Akshath Mirukula, John Pham, and Ann Penalosa | November 9, 2023

On your mark. Get set. Go! De Anza College athletic teams started the quarter off with big and small achievements. Now, the Mountain Lions are ready and excited for the playoffs. Sports in...

DA Voices: Who do you have winning the NBA championship?

DA Voices: Who do you have winning the NBA championship?

Abel Tariku | May 11, 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...

De Anzas men basketball team keeps their lead against Cabrillo College at their home game on Jan. 25.

De Anza men’s basketball falls seven points short of first conference win

Adam Kinfe, Staff Reporter | February 8, 2023

In their 20th game of the season, the De Anza Mountain Lions fought against the Cabrillo Seahawks for the whole game, but fell short with a score of 86-79, putting its season record at 2-18. Guard Tim...

Guard DeBoyce Ware is tipping the ball off for the De Anza Mountain Lions on Wednesday, Jan. 11.

Photo Essay: De Anza men’s basketball team falls to San Jose City by 29 points

Adam Kinfe, Staff Reporter | January 25, 2023

In its 17th game of the season, the De Anza College men’s basketball team had an arduous battle against San Jose City College, ending in a score of 78-49. After the first half, the team was down by...

De Anza guard Tianna Ngo sets up a play in the half-court against Foothill College on Feb. 25

De Anza women’s basketball team never let go of the lead in a 68-55 season finale win over Foothill

Aaron Johnson, Reporter | March 9, 2022

In their 24th and final game of the season, the De Anza Mountain Lions dominated the entire contest. They started the game with a 5-0 run and never squandered the lead.  In the early stages of the...

Danielle Gezzi (22) faces off against Feather Rivers Lauryn Dressler (20) in the fourth quarter.

De Anza’s “Fab Five” puts losing streak to an end against Feather River

Mathew Bejarano, News and Sports Editor | December 3, 2021

The De Anza College Mountain Lions won big against the Feather River Golden Eagles, snapping their three game losing streak winning 82-69 and improving to 4-5 on the season. Feather River came into...

Sophomore shooting guard Annie Do passes to her teammate Tianna Ngo in a 69-42 home win over Porterville College on Nov. 2.

De Anza women’s basketball defeats Porterville 69-42 in season opener

Jacqueleine Liu, Reporter | November 4, 2021

On Nov. 2, in the first game of the basketball season, the De Anza College Mountain Lions won 69-42 against Porterville College.  The Pirates led by six points at the start, but the Mountain Lions...

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...

Dominic Simpkins, 19, communications major

All for the love of the game

Lianna Martinez, Staff Reporter | March 30, 2020

De Anza College basketball player Dominic Simpkins, 19, communications major, fell in love with the game of basketball ever since laying his eyes on his own, first ever ball at age 5. “I never stopped...

John Vergara, 20, kinesiology major taking a three-point shot on Feb. 21 against Hartnell College.

Father credited for his son’s desire to excel in all aspects of life

Ruby Veloz, Staff Reporter | March 18, 2020

It was the last home game of the season and his last game playing for De Anza College when John Vergara, 20-year-old sophomore, stepped on the court and saw his mother and father sitting in the bleachers. “My...

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