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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.
Photo courtesy of Christine und Hagen Graf (CC BY 2.0)

California Community College Chancellor urges undocumented students to apply for financial aid

Rahul Makhijani, Reporter | January 27, 2021
The low number of applications for financial aid concerned the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office on a Jan. 26 conference call.
De Anza College five-year plan failed to close the success gap or recruit Black students

De Anza College five-year plan failed to close the success gap or recruit Black students

Kathleen Quinn, Former Editor-in-chief | July 28, 2020

Five years later, De Anza College’s “Education masterplan 2015-2020” has failed in its aim to recruit Black students and decrease the success gap at the college. Mallory Newell, supervisor of...

Foothill-De Anza trustees approve temporary student worker raise

Foothill-De Anza trustees approve temporary student worker raise

Annalise Freimarck, News Editor | April 10, 2020

The Foothill De Anza Board of Trustees unanimously voted to raise student employee wage to $15.35 an hour and temporary employee wage to a minimum of $15, in response to the high cost of living in the...

Campus closure following governer’s recommendation

Kathleen Quinn, Campus Beat Editor | March 15, 2020

Most offices will be completely closed and both instruction and services will be provided entirely online starting Monday, March 16. In an email sent to staff by Christina Espinosa-Pieb, Interim President...

ISP informs international students about maintaining status

Kathleen Quinn, Campus Beat Editor | March 12, 2020

International Student Programs has updated information for F-1 students regarding recent changes to the campus which include guidance for leaving the U.S. and requirements for maintaining F-1 status. To...

Assemblyman Evan Low holding up a construction paper pancake where people can write suggestions and proposals

Assemblyman Evan Low holds community event for members to hear out proposals and suggestions

Annalise Freimarck, News Editor | January 15, 2020

Assembly member and De Anza College alumnus Evan Low hosted “Pancakes and Proposals,” a free event where members of the community could come and eat pancakes, while suggesting bill proposals to Low...

Inside Registration and Student Services Building

Foothill-De Anza class cancellation dates vary

Bella Chiu, Staff Reporter | December 5, 2019

Foothill College and De Anza College have different class cancellation dates because of how class sizes are determined. Lorrie Ranck, Vice President of Instruction, said the faculty associations for both...

De Anza College named 2019 Sustainability Champion

Bryan Vo, Staff Reporter | June 15, 2019

The city of Cupertino honored De Anza College on May 30, naming it a 2019 Sustainability Champion for efforts in preserving the environment and being self-sustained. Different parts of De Anza helped...

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