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Episode 6 - Undocumented student rights and resources with HEFAS intern

Episode 6 – Undocumented student rights and resources with HEFAS intern

Justin Fry and Isabella McClintock | June 7, 2023

Waiting for class to start? Commuting to campus? Need something to listen to and want to stay updated about what’s happening on campus. We’ve got you covered! Students on Campus is a weekly...

Angélica Esquivel, program coordinator of VIDA and HEFAS director, hopes to dispel rumors of recent ICE threats.

HEFAS, VIDA leader aims to dispel fear about rumors of ICE raids

Jordan Soto, Staff Reporter | November 19, 2020

Recent ICE threats have resurfaced, following an announcement that it will return to conducting raids similar to ones before the COVID-19 pandemic, sparking fear in the undocumented immigrant community.  Jor California...

Graphic by Andrea Infante

HEFAS ‘6th Annual Summit’ honors immigrant workers and communities

Andrea Infante, Reporter | June 10, 2020

Students and local organizations united for Higher Education For AB 540 Students two-day sixth annual summit held on June 5 and 7 via Zoom. Discussions included themes of social solidarity through workshops...

DASB cuts bike program, ICC funding, increases HEFAS, special allocations funding

Kathleen Quinn and Aliya Nupbay | March 10, 2020

Over $6,500 was cut from DASB Senate’s finance committee’s proposed budget, but it did not result in many redistributions for programs in Fund 41 that had been cut considerably in the proposed budget. Halina...

HEFAS workshop helps students make their resume stand out

Elsa Castro, Staff Reporter | June 15, 2019

The De Anza Higher Education for AB540 Students hosted a resume building workshop at the Vasconcellos Institute for Democracy in Action office on May 29. “Employees will only spend 30 seconds reading...

HEFAS takes to De Anzas main quad to show solidarity

HEFAS takes to De Anza’s main quad to show solidarity

Ana Gonzalvez, Staff reporter | October 12, 2017

Volunteers and interns of the Higher Education for AB 540 Students (HEFAS) program took to the Main Quad on Thursday, Sept. 28 to make sure undocumented students feel welcome on the De Anza College campus...

Third Annual HEFAS Summit on Friday, May 5

Jackie Contreras, Staff Reporter | May 3, 2017

HEFAS (Higher Education For AB 540 Students) will be hosting their third annual summit, themed “Bridges Not Walls,” on Friday, May 5 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Euphrat Museum Of Art. The theme...

Photos by Natalie Valencia

HEFAS and MSA hosts symbolic, supportive Wall of Solidarity before Trump inauguration

Natalie Valencia, Staff Reporter | January 21, 2017

Higher Educations For AB 520 Students (HEFAS) and Muslim Student Association (MSA) reminded students of the unconditional support at De Anza College with a “Wall of Solidarity” on Jan. 19, a day before...

Veterans Day and Hefas events held concurrently in main quad

Andrew Pouliot, Jonathan Dupin, NEWS EDITOR, STAFF REPORTER | November 21, 2016

Some faculty and staff were concerned about conflict over the National Anthem being played when both the Veteran’s Day event and the Hefas community event “Keep our Dreams Alive” occupied the main...

The Dia de los Muertos offering altar, put together by students and faculty, is featured at the Euphrat Museum from Nov. 1 to Dec. 14.

Euphrat Dia de los Muertos installation highlights freedom without borders

Catherine Marchione, Impulse Editor | December 2, 2023

An offering altar built by students and faculty to remember family and friends that have passed on displaying at Euphrat Museum Dozens of butterflies migrated to the De Anza campus during Undocumented...

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