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Sunnyvale Vice Mayor and Political Science instructor Alysa Cisneros attending Lavender Grad as a Keynote Speaker.

“The beginning of something incredible”: Vice Mayor Alysa Cisneros speaks at Lavender Graduation for LGBTQ+ students

Jerry Chen, Reporter | June 29, 2022

Sunnyvale vice mayor Alysa Cisneros attended keynote speaker during the Women, Gender and Sexuality Center’s fifth annual Lavender Graduation, a ceremony dedicated to celebrating LGBTQ+ and queer-identifing...

Artwork by Audra O’Reilly showcases at the Euphrat Museum. From left to right, “Stay Safe,” “Cleo,” “New Normal,” and “Shop Small.”

Euphrat Museum’s “Unframed” exhibit highlights the pandemic’s impact through student artwork

Juliette Fesas, Reporter | June 29, 2022

De Anza’s Euphrat Museum opened “Unframed,” a student art exhibit, in collaboration with the Fine Arts League of Cupertino from April 27 to May 31, featuring student artwork in a variety of mediums,...

De Anzas badminton team receives the Team of the year as well as the Staff of the Year awards at the Athletic Awards Gala.

De Anza’s Athletics Award Gala celebrates individual achievement and togetherness

Aaron Johnson, Reporter | June 27, 2022

Athletic prowess, academic excellence and leadership by example are all qualities that De Anza hopes to see from its student-athletes. These same qualities were the criteria to win awards at De Anza’s...

De Anza students reminisce on their academic journey during Transfer Celebration Night

De Anza students reminisce on their academic journey during Transfer Celebration Night

Jerry Chen, Reporter | June 22, 2022

De Anza College hosted its annual transfer celebration online over Zoom on June 9 to celebrate students who are transferring to a four-year university in the upcoming academic year. Transfer Celebration...

On May 19, a coalition of mall employees known as  Low Income Versus Elite (LIVE) protested Valley Fairs newly implemented parking fee.

Valley Fair Mall employees’ fight for free parking continues

Nathan Canilao and Selina Malik | June 1, 2022

$480 can buy a lot of things.  As of May 21, the 2016 Jordan 1 “Breds”, one of the most coveted sneakers in the game, can go for as much as $460 on StockX.com. $480 can buy a round trip ticket...

Trash cans pile up to collect debris around Vallco’s demolition site.

What Vallco Mall’s redevelopment says about Cupertino’s past and future

Yvonne Phan, Reporter | December 6, 2021

After years of dispute and indecision, Vallco Mall is finally being redeveloped into mixed-use housing, but its gradual slide into lifelessness throughout the 2010s is evidence of what could happen when...

Professor Janet Shaws ballet students rehearse in the dance studio for the first time in one and a half years.

How De Anza’s Creative Arts Division survived the pandemic

Rory Conlon, Reporter | November 22, 2021

After teaching remotely for one and a half years, professor Janet Shaw’s ballet classes have moved back in-person. In class, her students usually file into the dance studio, pull on their pointe shoes...

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Thanksgiving’s racism highlights the need for change

Maida Suta, Reporter | November 20, 2021

Thanksgiving is a holiday with a tumultuous history that must change. From its contribution to historical revisionism to the reinforcement of stereotypes, Thanksgiving has multiple fundamentally problematic...

De Anza fullback Jaeson Gonzalez prepares to take a throw-in during the first half of a rivalry clash with Foothill College.

De Anza men’s soccer drop season finale at Foothill ahead of play-offs

Kevin Nguyen, Features Editor | November 16, 2021

In a clash between two of the top teams in the conference, the De Anza Mountain Lions dropped their final match of the regular season to the Foothill Owls 3-1 on Friday. After this result, the Mountain...

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 discuss 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...

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