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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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The opening scene to Multimedia Editor, Nello Puelles new video investigation and report on Waymo cars.

A look at Waymo’s driverless cars

Nello Puelles, Multimedia Editor | March 12, 2024

Waymo's self-driving cars do not require human drivers, instead relying on the public's trust in technology. Waymo has accumulated over 7 million miles of driving data on public roads and has discovered...

Characters Diego and Lucía in The Wastelands, awaiting a mysterious beasts return.

“The Wasteland” is a tale of the darkness that lurks in isolation

Laure Ho, Freelance | March 8, 2022

Whenever you’re around someone who is complaining about the ‘repressive horrors’ of social isolation due to the pandemic, direct them to the film “The Wasteland” on Netflix.  Over the course...

The Gods We Can Touch by Norwegian pop singer and songwriter AURORA

AURORA’s “The Gods We Can Touch” is an extravagant take on modern pop music

Aaron Johnson, Reporter | February 25, 2022

“The Gods We Can Touch” by AURORA is a 15 song album that sounds like a movie score.  AURORA is a 25-year-old Norwegian singer who has recently put out her third full length body of work. Primarily...

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Annalise Freimarck, Staff Reporter | July 20, 2021

Her dark brown two legged console table with an 8×11 photo of a giraffe in the center holds two small green potted plants on each end. Burning inside of each plant, is an incense spiraling smoke into...

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Students debate whether to return to campus in fall quarter

Benjamin Brooker, Reporter | June 27, 2021
As De Anza College continues to reopen, fall quarter classes will repopulate on campus — but many students prefer them online.
Source: Niki Smith

“The Deep & Dark Blue” tells a beautiful story centered on transgender identity

Maida Suta, Reporter | June 26, 2021
Niki Smith’s fantasy graphic novel “The Deep & Dark Blue” captures the emotional complexity of transgender identity.
Brittney Tran. Source: De Anza College

Student-athlete wins Equity Champion Award for work with underserved communities

Rahul Makhijani, Reporter | June 25, 2021
Brittney Tran won the De Anza College’s student Equity Champion Award by using her platform as president of the Student-Athlete Advisory Council to advance community service.
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MARINA deconstructs society and explores self in indie album “Ancient Dreams in a Modern Land”

Kat Pursell, Reporter | June 24, 2021
Indie-pop artist MARINA’s “Ancient Dreams in a Modern Land” strikes listeners with its social commentary and self-reflection.
Mask mandate lifted for vaccinated: De Anza students thoughts

Mask mandate lifted for vaccinated: De Anza students’ thoughts

Kaylee Flores, Reporter | June 20, 2021
When California relaxed the mask mandate, vaccinated people started going without their masks — De Anza College students have mixed feelings about it.
Julius B. Anthony, creator of the St. Louis Black Authors of Childrens Literature and The Believe! Project speaks to De Anza community about getting students excited about reading.

De Anza panel speaks about representation in literature and how to get students excited about reading

Kevin Nguyen, Reporter | June 19, 2021
In the De Anza College panel “Racially Relevant Literacy," Julius B. Anthony talked about how to help students enjoy reading.
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