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De Anza College head coach seeks to improve records of women’s, men’s swim teams

Jack Molmud, Video Editor

February 6, 2018

The 2018 De Anza swim team foresees hurdles as they seek to improve from an average 2017 season finish with just one coach taking on both men’s and women’s teams. De Anza men’s swim and dive finished second at the Coast Conference finals last season, while women’s swim and dive finished fift...

Another fundamentalist Christian preacher visits campus, second this academic year

Ana Gonzalvez, Opinions editor

January 19, 2018

A fundamentalist Christian preacher shouted his message to the spectators and students on their way to class and occupying the main quad around noon Friday, Jan. 19 at De Anza College. The preacher--middle-aged and white--wore a white T-shirt with the Google logo on the front and several Christian-themed...

De Anza College enrollment decline, potential budget cut

Simone Clay & Aysha Rehman, Staff Reporters

January 19, 2018

A drop in enrollment at De Anza College has led to the prospect of a potential budget cut for the future. In a statement released to faculty, President Brian Murphy mentions that for every 1,000 students lost, $5 million in state funding is lost. Students affected by the recent rulings on DACA...

Cuffing season at De Anza

Jarra Gojolo, Staff Reporter

October 23, 2017

As the leaves start falling off their trees, people start falling for each other. As we get deeper into the school year, we reach a special time of the year. A time for fun activities like flexing in your best outerwear, decorating your home for the holidays, or cuddling with that special someone. But...

Dons edge Vikings, 68-65

Jarra Gojolo, Staff Reporter

February 1, 2017

Forward Nemanja Rajic scored the go-ahead basket with 35 seconds left as the De Anza College Dons defeated the West Valley Vikings 68-65 Wednesday, Feb. 1. Rajic, 18, computer science major, scored 14 points on four of four shooting to go along with four blocks. “Before going into the second half...

The benefits of a De Anza student ID

The benefits of a De Anza student ID

Jon Dupin, Staff Reporter

January 16, 2017

Almost every student carries a De Anza student body card, but not many know the perks of carrying one.  Paying the small fee for IDs when registering for classes grants access to a wide variety of programs, rewards and free services. One of the most appealing perks are the discounts students receive...

De Anza students travel to Kenya for archaeological research

De Anza students travel to Kenya for archaeological research

Justine Guerra, Staff Writer

September 19, 2015

Isaiah Nengo, an anthropology professor at De Anza College headed out to the Turkana Basin in Northern Kenya this summer, taking four De Anza college students with him: Paloma Zamora, Joecell Agamata, Jorge Contreras, and Justin Wang. This trip was part of a continued archaeological researc...

FHDA District considers on-campus housing

FHDA District considers on-campus housing

Lan Nguyen, Staff Writer

March 17, 2015

The Foothill-De Anza Community College District is in the early stages of considering building a housing development structure in place of the Flint Center and Flint garage at De Anza College. A poll of De Anza students showed that students were willing to pay as high as $4,000 and as low as $2,000...

De Anza Baseball Crushes city college of San Francisco

De Anza Baseball Crushes city college of San Francisco

Talina Rocha, Staff Writer

March 17, 2015

The De Anza College baseball team shut out City College of San Francisco Tues. Mar. 3 in a 9-0 game. De Anza third baseman Alex Martinez started his second game on the mound and went six strong innings. Entering the first inning, the Dons put themselves on the board early. Joey Shimono, Ryan Johnson,...

Music Buzz: Dearly Divided punk band from Oakland moves on up

Music Buzz: Dearly Divided punk band from Oakland moves on up

Yousif Kassab, Staff Writer

March 17, 2015

Not all art is created equal: That’s the ugly truth. A perfect testament is Oakland melodic punk band Dearly Divided. The band, comprised of lead vocalist Jamie Cairns, bassist Brett Matthews, drummer Aaron Bruski and new lead guitarist Doug Young, has seen some trials and tribulations. When the...