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Do students have a vaccine preference?

April 10, 2021
As vaccination for all adults opens up on April 15, De Anza College students are deciding which vaccine provider they prefer. 
Graphic of COVID-19 hospitalized patients in California by March 1

Students caution against high expectations as cases decrease

Jordan Soto, Reporter | March 1, 2021
As the pandemic nears its one-year anniversary, cases are decreasing but De Anza College students are not sure if it will stick.
From left to right: Chanel Espinoza, Michael Perea, Clementina Lambert, Samantha Monjaraz, Gov. Newsom, Eric Moreno, Chloe Goulding and Lyndon Acosta at the Santa Clara Fairgrounds Vaccine Clinic

De Anza nursing students meet Gov. Newsom as they administer vaccines

Michael Davis, Reporter | March 1, 2021
Ten De Anza College nursing students met Gov. Gavin Newsom at the Santa Clara Fairgrounds’ vaccination clinic on Feb. 9, where Newsom thanked them for their work and took a photo with seven of them.
Record breaking spike in COVID-19 cases causes concern among students

Record breaking spike in COVID-19 cases causes concern among students

Courtney Guetschow and Michael Davis, Reporters | November 6, 2020
With COVID-19 cases surging nationwide and no vaccine in sight, De Anza College students expressed concern halfway through the fall quarter.
Students sitting in graduation attire

Chinese international students have mixed feelings about graduation, amid COVID-19 uncertainty

Caden Zhao, Reporter | June 23, 2020

International students, some back in their home countries, others still in the United States, have mixed emotions about graduating from De Anza College because of the uncertainty of their student status. “I...

A map of the locations for various food pantries in the south bay.

Local South Bay food pantries close gap in services during pandemic

Leticia Samame, Reporter | June 12, 2020

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County’s Disaster Recovery Self-Sufficiency Program has been providing free food to community members across San Jose in need. More...

Student Success Center adjusts to online tutoring, aims to teach students despite pandemic

Student Success Center adjusts to online tutoring, aims to teach students despite pandemic

Roselle Lagmay, Reporter | June 5, 2020

The Student Success Center, as a result of the campus closure, is offering virtual tutoring sessions through Zoom video chats, in an effort to continue assistance for students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Diana...

Protester in Los Angeles in 2017

Foothill-De Anza Board of Trustees unanimously back sentiment against COVID-19 Asian xenophobia, supports DACA students

Caden Zhao, Reporter | May 8, 2020

The Foothill-De Anza Board of Trustees unanimously voted to pass a resolution denouncing xenophobia targeted toward Asian-Americans in the COVID-19 pandemic. This resolution follows San Francisco State’s...

De Anza College will likely have no fully face-to-face classes for fall 2020

De Anza College will likely have no fully face-to-face classes for fall 2020

Kathleen Quinn, Editor-in-Chief | May 5, 2020

There will likely be no fully face-to-face classes for De Anza College students for the fall quarter 2020, reflecting a growing change in how administrators are adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions. Brandon...

Deadline extended for pass or no pass to meet increasing pandemic complications

Joaquin De La Torre, Opinions Editor | April 24, 2020

De Anza College students are still able to request a grade change to pass or no pass for their classes taken in the winter 2020 quarter with a deadline extension of 180 days, the timeline began March 13. Typically,...

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