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Grocery bag provided to students includes dried goods, protein, carbohydrates, and more.

A reliable resource: students appreciate De Anza food pantry during pandemic

Rahul Makhijani, Reporter | May 5, 2021
The mobile food and basic needs pantry provided food, toiletries and other essential items to De Anza College’s underserved community on April 27.
You should get your first dose of the vaccine before returning to campus, health staff say

You should get your first dose of the vaccine before returning to campus, health staff say

Teddy Ha, Reporter/ Digital freelancer | May 1, 2021
As De Anza College continues to consider safety concerns in their campus reopening plan, health faculty encouraged students to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Krupa Desai

Krupa Desai: full-time medical assisting student, full-time friend and mother

Amanda Nguyen, Reporter | April 12, 2021
Krupa Desai worked at Stanford's Children Health for a year and half before deciding to go into health technologies at De Anza College.
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.
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Do students have a vaccine preference?

April 10, 2021
As vaccination for all adults opens up on April 15, De Anza College students are deciding which vaccine provider they prefer. 
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The $1.9 trillion stimulus doesn’t cover all struggling families

Kaylee Flores, Reporter | March 25, 2021
President Joseph Biden signed the $1.9 billion COVID-19 relief bill, which limited income eligibility for stimulus checks and cut off about 12 million individuals from financial relief.
The person behind the position: a deeper look at DASB presidential candidates

The person behind the position: a deeper look at DASB presidential candidates

Michael Davis, Reporter | March 1, 2021
As De Anza Student Body elections progress, students are looking for a candidate they can trust as president. Beyond the positions they are running on, here is a glimpse of who they are.
Graphic courtesy of the Euphrat Museum of Art

De Anza art museum fundraises money at “Taste of History” event

Rahul Makhijani, Reporter | February 7, 2021
The California History Center and Euphrat Museum of Art fundraised money to sustain their programs in a "Taste of History" speaker event on Feb. 4.
Academic Senate considers ways to help former foster youth at De Anza

Academic Senate considers ways to help former foster youth at De Anza

Nitya Peumans, Reporter | January 14, 2021
The Academic Senate discussed creating a task force to help former foster youth after a group of speakers discussed problems that the students experience.
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Mentors@De Anza program aims to guide new students, connect them with experienced students

Jordan Soto, Reporter | October 11, 2020
The Mentors@De Anza program came to life thanks to Karina Thiagarajan’s passion for peer mentorship. 
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