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Episode 1 | “What’s up De Anza” – Student discuss the importance of Promise grant

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Nello Puelles

Welcome to “What’s up De Anza,” a podcast where news editor Nello Puelles invite a guest to comment on campus news that La Voz has reported on. Don’t forget to send us your suggestions about what you would like to hear and see in the following episodes.

In this first episode, we will talk about the importance of the Promise grant program at De Anza and its soon-cutting-off benefits. Puelles asks Kevin Leon, a nursing student, about his experience of being a full-time student with the help of Promise grant and the challenges he’s going to face now that the grant’s benefits are cut off. Leon said he values the program because it had supported him a lot in his educational journey.

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Nello Puelles
Nello Puelles, Multimedia Editor
Nello would love to direct a news show or podcast and help his community.

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