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Companies offer freebies as students hunker down at home

Maël Lorach, Staff Reporter | March 29, 2020

As many residents shelter-in-place and schools shift to online, multiple companies have begun offering free services to bridge the access gap. COVID-19 has disrupted the lives of many regardless of...

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Attention Students: Be Counted in the 2020 Census!

Paul Feist and Paige Marlatt Dorr | March 18, 2020

Your response impacts funding for student financial aid, healthcare, housing, transportation and other important services. California community college students have a chance to make real change in...

Students watch presentation on the Malayan Movement.

Filipino Solidarity Week introduce new perspective

Anthony Lucido , Staff Reporter | March 10, 2020

De Anza celebrates Philippine Solidarity Week and teaches students about Filipino history. Guest speakers from Bayan U.S.A. and the Malaya Movement came to speak about the ongoing movements from the...

Global Issues Conference tackles forced migration

Rodrigo Gutierrez, Staff Reporter | March 10, 2020

During the Trump administration, migrants who seek a better opportunity in the U.S. have received an unwelcoming treatment by the United States government according to a presentation given at the Global...

Career Workshop helps students plan

Anthony Lucido , Staff Reporter | March 10, 2020

Many students struggle with deciding on their majors and career paths and the career services at De Anza can help with that. The career services at De Anza held a workshop on Feb. 11 to help educate...

De Anza students nap, talk, eat lunch, and meet up around the fountain located in front of A. Robert Dehart Library.

Soak up the Spring sun by De Anza’s fabulous fountain

Joaquin De La Torre, Staff Reporter | March 4, 2020

A 19-year-old woman is laying out in the midday sun, with her hair in a top knot bun and her Apple air pods in, she is listening to an audiobook. Across the way, two other women are having a conversation,...

Ron Dunn, music instructor teaches West African drumming styles to De Anza students

Bringing West African drumming styles to De Anza students

Joaquin De La Torre, Staff Reporter | March 4, 2020

There is only one more chance to join in on Music Instructor Ron Dunn’s free West African drumming workshop. The workshop, which is held in A-31, provides a summary of Dunn’s now-canceled beginning...

A campus vaping community

A campus vaping community

Maël Lorach, Staff Reporter | February 25, 2020

Several students laugh and hang out over a game of cards while they blow thick clouds from their electronic cigarettes and watch as a group of children pass by. It’s a typical sight at De Anza College’s...

Free tax preparation for students

Oscar Frias-Rivera, Staff Reporter | February 19, 2020

Students and visitors gathered at the Fireside room in the Hinson Campus Center to receive handson assistance filing their 2019 tax returns. The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program runs from 10:30...

Sinks, toilet with seat cover, water on the floor of L5 women’s restroom.

Amid staffing shortages, bathrooms suffer

Standards are slipping as De Anza struggles to maintain its restrooms throughout the campus. “Due to personnel reductions, the custodial staff are only able to maintain service at Level 5 of the APPA...

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