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Alicia Scandoval, 25, health technology-medical reception major, adjusts and measures the paper for her cap on June 14.

Graduates get creative for ‘grad cap decorating’

Chia Yu Wu | June 27, 2023

De Anza held a graduation cap decorating event from June 12 to 15, sponsored by General Counseling, EOPS, ISP, Advising division and the campus store. Although there were only four decorating stations,...

Artist and educator Asha Sudra performs one of her poems about her mother and healing from generational trauma on April 27.

‘Not Your Masi’s Generation’ art exhibit embraces artist’s East African Diaspora background and the power of strong women

Leila Salam | May 2, 2023

The California History Center at De Anza College hosted a reception for artist and educator Asha Sudra’s multimedia art exhibit ‘Not Your Masi’s Generation’ on April 27, in collaboration with the...

Water rushes through the fountain outside the library on April 19.

Photo Essay: De Anza’s art and architecture around campus

Connor Blum | April 24, 2023


Jennifer Ulloa De La Torre, 18, political science major (left), and Arianna Aguilar, 18, political science major (right), create cards to be showcased in the HEFAS center on Feb. 14.

‘To: Immigrants With Love’: Fostering love for the undocumented community

Leila Salam | February 15, 2023

“To: Immigrants With Love,” hosted by Higher Education for AB 540 students and, is a Valentine’s Day event allowing students to write letters to those in the undocumented community.  Stationed...

A historical and emotional night at the Grammy Awards

A historical and emotional night at the Grammy Awards

Michael Marowelli | February 15, 2023

The Grammy Awards was a memorable show of extraordinary talent and history in the making. This year’s three hourlong music award show aired on Feb. 5 and was hosted by Trevor Noah.  Kicking off with...

‘Spare’: Is it a royal fantasy?

‘Spare’: Is it a royal fantasy?

Dennise Delgado | February 7, 2023

The rave of “Spare” by Prince Harry headlined social media from the day of its release on Jan. 10.  As a reader, disliking the memoir came as a surprise.  The memoir is filled with written accounts...

The Prieto stage from the audiences perspective at the Castellano Playhouse theatre in San Jose on Thursday, Nov. 10.

Poet Yosimar Reyes strikes the stage with his play ‘Prieto’

Ashley Huerta | December 3, 2022

In the Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana Castellano Playhouse in San Jose on Thursday, Nov. 10, Yosimar Reyes performed his first week run of “Prieto” — a one-man comedic memoir directed...

(From left to right) Yuri Ishitani, communication studies major, Moe Kashiwagi, communication studies major, Lune Limasi, computer information systems major, Rui Du, computer science major, and Natsuha Kojima, intercultural studies major, posing for a selfie at the ISP halloween event on Oct. 31.

De Anza hosts a costume contest

Michael Marowelli | November 18, 2022

De Anza College’s International Student Program (ISP) hosted a Halloween costume contest in which the participants competed for a $25 cash prize, ate food and took pictures in the ISP offices on Oct....

Melissa Dillon, Amy Ingram and Rhuamia Lucero pose with their products for their brand LeveeRoad at San Joses Fall Festival on Oct 1.

San Jose’s 2022 Fall Festival invites community to celebrate agriculture and art

Lauren Linh Bui, Freelance Reporter | October 17, 2022

The 6th Annual Martial Cottle Park Fall Festival, one of San Jose’s largest vendor markets, brought together community to celebrate Santa Clara Valley’s agricultural heritage and welcome the fall season...

Photo courtesy of Pedro Szekely (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Paris at home: Louvre offers free virtual tours

Vi Nguyen, Reporter | February 24, 2021
You can now explore a piece of Paris in your living room.
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