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View from outside of the De Anza police station. Campus security and other administrative tasks are managed by a handful of officers, unarmed community service officers and part-time student employees.

In the wake of Black Lives Matter, some students call for defunding Campus Police while administration has other plans

Even though it was over a year ago and 2,000 miles away, George Floyd’s murder continues to reverberate throughout the country. The timing and footage of his death renewed a charged debate about the...

Paid members would increase diversity and quality of life of DASG senate

Paid members would increase diversity and quality of life of DASG senate

Maida Suta, Reporter | December 2, 2021

De Anza Student Government (DASG) senators have more than earned their right to a fair pay for their rigor, and establishing a paid senate should be a priority. Despite diligently working tens of hours...

Clockwise, from top left to bottom left: President Anahi Ruvalcaba, 19, political science major, Vice President Sarah Morales, 19, sociology major, chair of finance Sharon Utomo, 18, data science major, and chair of marketing and communications Sunnie Chen, 23, public policy major.

New DASG leadership discuss a paid Senate, defunding campus police and developing a stronger community

Rory Conlon, Reporter | November 9, 2021

New De Anza student government President Anahí Ruvalcaba and Vice President Sarah Morales said that they are aiming to build community among the student body and hope to create more opportunities for...

The DASG diversity and equity committee is surveying senators to determine how equitable a workplace the senate is in their Oct. 27 meeting.

DASG to survey members for diversity

James Rahn, Opinions Editor | October 31, 2021

The De Anza College Student Government began an initiative to survey its members to determine the demographics of race, gender, sexuality, national origin and other factors which influence equity at their...

DASG senate members meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 6.

DASG to co-sponsor upcoming affordable housing town hall

James Rahn | October 10, 2021

Furthering their efforts to support and include students, the De Anza Student Government voted unanimously to co-sponsor an affordable housing town hall at their meeting Wednesday.  The event’s organizer...

DASGs first meeting attendees of the academic year

The DASG aims to ease students’ struggle for this academic year

Teddy Ha, Social Media Editor | September 30, 2021

The new De Anza Student Government president, Anahi Ruvalcaba, and new vice president, Sarah Morales, shared their potential goals and plans during their first DASG meeting on Wednesday. Their first...

Palestinian solidarity protest outside of British Parliament on June 2018. Source: Alisdare Hickson (Wikimedia Commons)

DASG overwhelmingly passes Palestinian solidarity resolution

Kevin Nguyen, Reporter | June 19, 2021
The De Anza Student Government Senate overwhelmingly endorsed a resolution on June 11 to stand in solidarity with Palestinian students at De Anza College and loved ones who may have been affected by the recent violence in the Israel-Palestine region.
Photo: Anahí Ruvalcaba

What is the new DASG president’s agenda?

Andrea Infante, Impulse Editor | April 10, 2021
Diversifying the De Anza Student Government and improving equity in pandemic relief are the top priorities for newly elected DASG president Anahí Ruvalcaba.
DASG meets and disqualifies presidential candidate Nathan Ngo

DASG presidential candidate accused of racist rhetoric is disqualified, Anahi Ruvalcaba wins

Mathew Bejarano, Reporter | March 24, 2021
The De Anza Student Government met for the last time this quarter to approve the elections committee’s decision to disqualify DASG presidential candidate Khoa-Nathan Ngo.
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