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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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Plant grows vibrant red berries around the corner from the California History Center building.

Gallery: Nature around campus flourishes with recent storms

Janae Heinz | January 26, 2023

The Bay Area has recently endured an atmospheric river storm that caused heavy rain showers and intense wind. Although the storms caused major flooding and damage to local communities, the thriving nature...

Guard DeBoyce Ware is tipping the ball off for the De Anza Mountain Lions on Wednesday, Jan. 11.

Photo Essay: De Anza men’s basketball team falls to San Jose City by 29 points

Adam Kinfe, Staff Reporter | January 25, 2023

In its 17th game of the season, the De Anza College men’s basketball team had an arduous battle against San Jose City College, ending in a score of 78-49. After the first half, the team was down by...

Shravya Patibanda in De Anza Colleges sunken garden with her electric guitar on Saturday, Oct. 15.

Shravya Patibanda: Cupertino musical prodigy in the making

Trevis Dampier | December 10, 2022

Sixteen-year-old Shravya Patibanda may look like a normal student on campus, but she is not your typical college pupil. Starting music classes at the early age of six, Patibanda has already gained success...

BTS takes a bow during their Love Yourself Tour show at Oakland Arena on Sept. 12, 2018. (Photo courtesy of Julia Nguyen)

BTS fans reflect on group hiatus

Nikita Bankar | December 10, 2022

Korean boyband BTS, under label BigHit Music, announced on Oct. 17 that the band will be going on a three-year hiatus after choosing to enlist in the South Korean military.  In South Korea, able-bodied...

Lori Clinchard, Faculty Coordinator of the California History Center, standing in the History Center Library Archives on Thursday, Dec. 1.

California History Center: De Anza’s own historical monument

Angela Nguyen | December 9, 2022

The California History Center opened its doors to visitors and students in 1967 and remains standing as a monument on De Anza College’s campus.  The center was initially a hall given to De Anza’s...

For more information on certificates of achievements, visit De Anza Colleges World Language webpage — https://www.deanza.edu/iis/languages/certificates.html

New language certificates foster intercultural critical thinking

Lauren Linh Bui | December 8, 2022

De Anza College’s Language and Communication Village now offers several new certifications which can be acquired by students studying any of the offered 12 world languages.  Offering certificates...

Dream Campus Ministries outreach extends to Santa Clara University on Friday nights for worship, fellowships and devotionals.

Dream Campus Ministries aims to break down religious barriers

Autumn Alvarez | December 7, 2022

Update 12/8/2022: The language of article misidentified Dream Campus Ministries as an official De Anza club under the InterClub Council, and has been updated to appropriately refer to them as a group.  Among...

How De Anzas Thanksgiving tables vary across different cultures

How De Anza’s Thanksgiving tables vary across different cultures

Nikita Bankar | December 7, 2022

The annual Thanksgiving dinner not only allows one to appreciate those around them and spend time over a meal, but can celebrate culture and the dinner table can look different depending on one's food...

The best places to visit in Southern California: A short travel guide

The best places to visit in Southern California: A short travel guide

Nikita Bankar | December 6, 2022

Beautiful coastlines, relaxing beach fronts, bustling cities and delicious food — these are only a few of the many charms that Southern California has to offer. Being an easy drive down the coast, Southern...

The Prieto stage from the audiences perspective at the Castellano Playhouse theatre in San Jose on Thursday, Nov. 10.

Poet Yosimar Reyes strikes the stage with his play ‘Prieto’

Ashley Huerta | December 3, 2022

In the Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana Castellano Playhouse in San Jose on Thursday, Nov. 10, Yosimar Reyes performed his first week run of “Prieto” — a one-man comedic memoir directed...

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