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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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Jared Forman makes a drink at Power Cup Coffee on May 24. He has been the shops owner since 2011.

Coffee shop owner brings caffeinated drinks and spirit to campus

Autumn Alvarez | June 7, 2023

Many people never think about returning to their school after they graduate, but former De Anza student Jared Forman, the owner of Power Cup Coffee on campus, is an exception. “Since 1998, my life...

DA Voices: What is your favorite local coffee shop?

DA Voices: What is your favorite local coffee shop?

Tara Nguyen | December 10, 2022

“DA Voices” is a recurring feature used to spotlight De Anza College’s diverse community voices. We ask the same question to different people and arrange their quotes so that readers can see varying...

Voyager Craft Coffee seasonal spring/summer menu drinks
Taipei (left) and Sorrento (right)

Travel at home with Voyager Craft Coffee’s seasonal summer menu

Teddy Ha, Reporter/Digital freelancer | April 22, 2021
The pandemic made me long to board a plane — but Voyager Craft Coffee’s seasonal menu made that unnecessary. The menu features three tasteful and somewhat overpowering drinks named after cities in Taiwan, Italy and the Philippines.
A drink selection from Paper Moons Halloween menu

Opening during COVID-19: A glimpse into Paper Moon Cafe

Diana Piper, Staff Reporter | October 21, 2020

The day Jerry Wang, owner of Paper Moon Cafe in Downtown San Jose, got the keys to open his business, his investors and partners pulled out. It was March, COVID-19 was looming, and Santa Clara County...

Customers lined up behind a counter with the words Nirvana Soul on the wall.

Downtown soul: new café builds community during lockdown

Heather Allen, Reporter | October 11, 2020

The line stretches for half a block down South First Street in downtown San Jose where sisters Be’anka Ashaolu and Jeronica Macey opened Nirvana Soul Coffee on Sept. 26.     Nirvana Soul...

Samantha Tran, 21, biology major prepares a customer’s order at Big Mug Coffee Roaster.

Philz too crowded? Check out two coffee shop alternatives near De Anza College

Lauren Locquiao, Staff Reporter | March 18, 2020

When all the tables inside of Starbucks and Philz Coffee are taken, you might be left wondering where else you can enjoy coffee while you study. There are a number of small coffee shops that surround De...

FHDA police: Communication is critical

FHDA police: “Communication is critical”

Ethan Bennett, Staff Reporter | April 27, 2018

Foothill-De Anza Police Department launched their first social gathering, “Coffee with a Cop,” on campus April 25, where students and faculty interacted with community police officers to better understand...

Cafe De Anza: Free coffee and a quiet place to study

Cafe De Anza: Free coffee and a quiet place to study

Ryan Vermont, Staff Writer | March 5, 2015

With the De Anza College library closed for the rest of the year, students face the trouble of finding a quiet place to study or do homework. But with the development of the De Anza Café, this can all...

Cafe Stritch, for the late night coffee lovers

Cafe Stritch, for the late night coffee lovers

Jirla Jem Salvador, Staff Writer | February 2, 2015

Downtown San Jose is not only the home of San Jose State University, it is also the home to many interesting and cool places to study, eat, and hangout with friends. One of these locations is Café Stritch,...

Feature. Cool Hangout: Chromatic Coffee

Feature. Cool Hangout: Chromatic Coffee

Geena Gonzales, Staff Writer | January 23, 2015

Chromatic Coffee located at 5237 Stevens Creek Blvd, Santa Clara, CA 95051 is a local coffee shop that serves a variation of different coffees, teas, and specialty drinks. Chromatic Coffee is a relaxed...

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