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‘Glass Onion’: Making murder mystery more flamboyant than ever

‘Glass Onion’: Making murder mystery more flamboyant than ever

Anisa Qadir | January 28, 2023

“Glass Onion,” the long-awaited sequel to Netflix’s 2016 film “Knives Out” is just as much of a hit as its predecessor. Daniel Craig returns as southern detective Benoit Blanc in the new whodunit...

Plant grows vibrant red berries around the corner from the California History Center building.

Gallery: Nature around campus flourishes with recent storms

Janae Heinz | January 26, 2023

The Bay Area has recently endured an atmospheric river storm that caused heavy rain showers and intense wind. Although the storms caused major flooding and damage to local communities, the thriving nature...

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...

DA Voices: How have you been affected by the drastic weather?

DA Voices: ‘How have you been affected by the drastic weather?’

Autumn Alvarez | January 20, 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 Anza College’s Vintage Singers prepare for their concert on Dec. 3.

Vintage Singers concert preparation

Rory Conlon | December 16, 2022

Watch De Anza College’s Vintage Singers prepare for their concert on Dec. 3. They sang three pieces: “Carol of the Bells,” “Hodie Christus Natus Est” and “Mary Did You Know?”

How to make holiday fudge

How to make holiday fudge

Ryan Delrosario, Freelance photographer | December 13, 2022

Fudge is a classic holiday dessert and there are many variations on this easy but delicious treat. Here, I'll show you how my family's been making fudge for Christmas using an old recipe from my grandma.

Tattoos are not meant for everyone, but they are meant for me

Tattoos are not meant for everyone, but they are meant for me

Angela Nguyen | December 12, 2022

Knowing that this was my sixth time getting tattooed, I felt close to no pain getting my most recent dragonfly tattoos done. Tattoos are a form of symbolic art that are represented in the form of permanent...

Political comic Different Countries, Different Movie, Same Dream by Jocelyn Phanmaha.

Different Countries, Different Motive, Same Dream

Jocelyn Phanmaha | December 12, 2022

Following the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini at the hands of Iran's “morality police,” women-lead protests spread across the country of Iran. Since 1979, it has been law that women in Iran are...

Eighty-four pounds to my name

Eighty-four pounds to my name

Autumn Alvarez | December 11, 2022

Content warning: This article discusses sensitive issues such as eating disorders and body image. Eighty-four pounds read the scale at the doctor’s office. Eight. Four. Who would have guessed those...

Photo of Home Coming actors Wang Junkai (left), Zhang Yi (right) in an intense scene.

‘Home Coming’ shows courage and wisdom of Chinese diplomats

Sabrina Jiang | December 11, 2022

Chinese drama film ”Home Coming,” released to the U.S. on Oct. 21, chronicles the story of two unarmed Chinese diplomats lead 125 Chinese citizens from war-wrecked Republic of Numea back to China safely,...

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