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Do students have a vaccine preference?

April 10, 2021
As vaccination for all adults opens up on April 15, De Anza College students are deciding which vaccine provider they prefer. 
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The $1.9 trillion stimulus doesn’t cover all struggling families

Kaylee Flores, Reporter | March 25, 2021
President Joseph Biden signed the $1.9 billion COVID-19 relief bill, which limited income eligibility for stimulus checks and cut off about 12 million individuals from financial relief.
Graphic of COVID-19 hospitalized patients in California by March 1

Students caution against high expectations as cases decrease

Jordan Soto, Reporter | March 1, 2021
As the pandemic nears its one-year anniversary, cases are decreasing but De Anza College students are not sure if it will stick.
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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, as the Louvre offers its visitors free virtual tours.
Toshi Komatsu using Sky-Skan to show the temperature of the atmosphere from 1870 to a projected 2200.

Galaxies on a screen: De Anza College planetarium educates students through Zoom tours

Michael Davis, Reporter | February 15, 2021
Although COVID-19 forced the closing of the De Anza College planetarium, astronomers Toshi Komatsu and Michael Askins have developed virtual tours for students from kindergarten to eighth grade.
Sandra Diaz, photo provided by Patricia Williams

De Anza nursing teacher remembered for her compassion

Amanda Nguyen, Reporter | February 14, 2021
Sandra Diaz, former nursing instructor at De Anza College, died from COVID-19 at 66 in January.
Kisses Mask Romance. Graphic by Ritwik_P on

Dating is canceled until further notice

Roselle Lagmay, Reporter | June 4, 2020

June 20 is the first day of summer in the United States and all the single people out there looking for a relationship should stay home because right now the only relationship they should be forming is...

Spring sports come to a halt in light of the Coronavirus

Spring sports come to a halt in light of the Coronavirus

Anthony Lucido, Staff Reporter | March 31, 2020

On Thursday, March 19, the California Community College Athletics Association (CCCAA) Board of Directors announced that the remainder of the 2020 spring sports season will be canceled due to the increased...

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Companies offer freebies as students hunker down at home

Maël Lorach, Staff Reporter | March 29, 2020

As many residents shelter-in-place and schools shift to online, multiple companies have begun offering free services to bridge the access gap. COVID-19 has disrupted the lives of many regardless of...

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Be mindful of retail workers during COVID-19

Ruby Veloz, Staff Reporter | March 29, 2020

If I had a dollar for each time I heard, “Oh thank god you’re open I just couldn’t live without my coffee,” the past week, I’d have enough money to safely isolate myself at home from this pandemic...

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