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Sporting events need to crack down on bigotry

Lianna Vaughan, Reporter | June 16, 2021
To stop bigotry in sports events, attendees should be required to sign waivers and face severe consequences when they do not comply.
Artist rendering of the proposed ballpark at Oakland's Howard Terminal site. Source: Oakland A's

The A’s should stay in Oakland, but the city should deny the team’s vanity project

Kevin Nguyen, Reporter | May 30, 2021
As much as it annoys fans, the City of Oakland shouldn’t fold to the latest pressure from the Oakland A’s and Major League Baseball.
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De Anza clubs lose members during pandemic

Carolyn Brown, Reporter | May 18, 2021
De Anza College clubs have seen membership drop as they shifted meetings from on-campus to online, struggling to meet the needs of both the community and public health.
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De Anza women’s volleyball team receives Scholar Team award

Vi Nguyen, Reporter | March 25, 2021
Through their academic and athletic performance, the 2019 De Anza College women’s volleyball team received the California Community Athletic Association’s Scholar Team award.
De Anza Athletics Await Return to Action

De Anza Athletics Await Return to Action

Jordan Soto, Reporter | March 16, 2021

Santa Clara County has allowed Division I colleges and high school athletics to resume in-person practice and competition — but not community colleges. William Lieu, the treasurer for the Student-Athlete...

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...

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De Anza students make Super Bowl predictions

Jordan Soto, Reporter | February 4, 2021
As the Tampa Bay Buccaneers prepare to play against the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl LV, De Anza College students are split on who will win.
De Anza College students find new ways to exercise during the pandemic.

De Anza College students find new ways to exercise in pandemic

Kaveh Nasseri Mashhadi, Reporter | November 28, 2020
Exercise plays a large role in the lives of De Anza College students, but with the pandemic in full swing, many have had to find new ways to stay in shape.
De Anza has not allowed athletes on campus since March, and they are now fighting to come back.

De Anza athletes, community members push for return of on-campus athletics

Ryan McCarthy, Staff Reporter | November 23, 2020

De Anza athletes and coaches are hoping for an opportunity to return to campus to prepare for the possibility of a return of team sports this school year.   Student-athletes and coaches from...

Phillip White's twitter statements against the Black Lives Matter movement in December 2014

SJPD officer who made anti-BLM remarks, won’t be back at De Anza College

Annalise Freimarck and Kathleen Quinn | July 21, 2020

Phillip White, a San Jose police officer who got in trouble for sending antagonistic anti-Black Lives Matter tweets in 2014, has been back at De Anza College to help with the basketball team since that...

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