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Faculty art show brings thought-provoking pieces to the Euphrat Museum

Faculty art show brings thought-provoking pieces to the Euphrat Museum

Mayer Adelberg, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2018

The De Anza & Foothill College Art Faculty Show reception brought artists, students and community members together for a night where the artists talked about their work and received recognition. The show aims to highlight the work of the faculty from both campuses. Many types of artwork were...

Netflix review: ‘Neo Yokio’ makes no sense

Keenan Mccarty, Staff Reporter

December 14, 2017

A waiter sets a tiramisu in front of a pink-haired teenage exorcist. As the boy mournfully eyes the desert, he deadpans: “I’m afraid I’ve lost my appetite.” It’s a moment that encapsulates the defining confusion of  “Neo Yokio,”   Netflix’s new anime-inspired series produced by the renowne...

Annual SOFA fest features creative local businesses, music and food

Annual SOFA fest features creative local businesses, music and food

Ozzie Perez

May 5, 2017

The annual SOFA Street Fair, located in downtown San Jose, serves as a catalyst for local businesses to showcase their creative products ranging from diamond necklaces to homemade clothing. Sofas are also randomly placed all around the area to add a bit of fun to the event. Ozzie Perez Ozzie Perez...

Movie Review: “Logan” claws through enemies, heart

Movie Review: “Logan” claws through enemies, heart

Vince Aguilar, Staff Reporter

March 21, 2017

“Logan” the final installments of the Wolverine franchise is an action packed, savage, movie that takes a darker twist to the usual comic book movies that has recently come out. The movie is dark and twisted in all the right way showing the heroes that we know and loves past their prime and near...

TV Review: “Emerald City”

TV Review: “Emerald City”

Vince Aguilar, Staff Reporter

March 21, 2017

This modern twist on the old classic “Wizard of Oz” makes new and interesting connections between each character that we know and love and also those we love to hate. While most might hate the new changes to a classic movie this television series is a magical addition to my winter television r...

Music Review: “Colliding By Design” lacks unique edge

Music Review: “Colliding By Design” lacks unique edge

Sarah Helwig, Staff Reporter

March 21, 2017

For a decade their social media bios read “A defunct rock band from Seattle, Washington,” but after reuniting in 2015, Acceptance released their much awaited sophomore album 12 years later. “Colliding By Design,” released by Rise Records on Feb. 23, is perfectly timed for warmer weather as thi...

Music Review: “I’m Only Dreaming” a strong success

Music Review: “I’m Only Dreaming” a strong success

Sarah Helwig, Staff Reporter

March 21, 2017

Texas natives Eisley released their fifth studio album, “I'm Only Dreaming,” on Equal Vision Records Feb. 17. Comprised of siblings and cousins from the DuPree family, this female fronted rock band showcases atmospheric indie pop songs. With Sherri DuPree taking on most of the writing for this album ...

Euphrat provides an inclusive platform. Singing, rapping, poetry among art-covered walls.

Euphrat provides an inclusive platform. Singing, rapping, poetry among art-covered walls.

Shaun Chatrath, Staff Reporter

February 21, 2017

Poetry, hip-hop and acappella echoed among the “Justice for All?” art exhibits in the Euphrat for the first Thursday Open Mic Night on Feb. 2. “Everyone has their own story,” said co-host Tyrone “emcee Black Jesus” Powell. “Here we don’t tell anyone that they cannot share their story,”...

Best films of 2016

Best films of 2016

Lloyd "Chuckie" Snyder, Video editor

December 30, 2016

Read about the best films of 2016 from our very own film school drop-out and video editor.