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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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Enrollment has been on the decline not only this past year since the pandemic started, but also over the past nine years. The pandemic has had an effect however, affecting the number of students enrolled fully online this past year by an increase of 99%.

Internal data shows that De Anza College has seen a steady decline in enrollment for the past nine years

Ayah Ali-Ahmad, Freelance | December 12, 2021

From the years 2013 to 2021, De Anza College has seen shifts in various enrollment trends. Over the past nine years, the school has seen overall enrollment steadily decline by 20% while full-time online...

This gender neutral bathroom is located in the L4 building on campus. It is locked and requires a passcode to enter.

De Anza set to install three more gender-neutral restrooms on campus

Rory Conlon, Reporter | December 8, 2021

De Anza College’s director of college operations, Jennifer Mahato, is working to open up three more gender-neutral, also referred to as “all-gender” and “gender-inclusive,” restrooms on-campus...

De Anzas bookstore has gone from being managed in-house to partnering with Follet Higher Education.

The De Anza Bookstore is changing hands to a third-party service: Here’s what this means for students

Epiphany Mizuta, Reporter | December 7, 2021

For the first time in school history, the De Anza College bookstore will transition from in-house ownership to the use of third party services offered by Follett Higher Education. Long-standing access...

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Strict COVID-19 policy is needed for a safe reopening

Courtney McClain, Reporter | December 2, 2021

The safety precautions De Anza College is taking are necessary for the health and safety of the students and faculty.  With the return to campus after over a year of closure from the COVID-19 pandemic,...

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VIDA inspires students to make a change in the nonprofit sector

Kaitlyn Khov, Reporter | November 24, 2021

Many students are unaware of De Anza College’s learning communities, an umbrella term for groups of directors and students who share a common academic goal. For example, the Vasconcellos Institute...

The De Anza Academic Senate discusses the potential recipient of the ASCCC exemplary program award at their Oct. 25 meeting.

De Anza Academic Senate discusses nomination for ASCCC exemplary program award

Jacqueleine Liu, Reporter | October 27, 2021

The De Anza College Academic Senate furthered its conversation from last week on how to help low-income students and students of color this Monday. Shagun Kaur, senate member in the division of language...

The Academic Senate discusses ranked-choice voting, equity and other issues at their Oct. 18 meeting.

Academic Senate to use ranked-choice voting for future decisions

James Rahn, Reporter | October 25, 2021

The De Anza Academic Senate decided unanimously that they will use a system of ranked-choice voting, as opposed to a simple majority to make decisions, at their meeting Monday.  Mary Pape, academic...

The De Anza Academic Senate met Monday to address affordable housing and continue developing their goals for the year.

Academic Senate discusses affordable housing and goals for the year

Rory Conlon, Reporter | October 13, 2021

The De Anza College Academic Senate met to continue developing their goals for the school year and evaluate an affordable housing plan targeted toward helping low-income students. Senate president Cheryl...

De Anza students and faculty adjust to art classes online

De Anza students and faculty adjust to art classes online

Mathew Bejarano, Reporter | February 4, 2021
As students head into their third online quarter, art students and professors discuss the difficulties and advantages of the virtual environment.
The “Get Paid for Being Woke” speaker event on Jan. 21 aimed to educate attendees about social justice careers.

“Get Paid For Being Woke” educates students on careers in social justice

Kaylee Flores, Reporter | January 27, 2021
The “Get Paid for Being Woke” speaker event on Jan. 21 aimed to educate attendees about social justice careers.
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