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‘Chill City’ event focuses on de-stressing students

‘Chill City’ event focuses on de-stressing students

Abby Hou, Staff Reporter

December 10, 2018


Filed under Campus Beat, Campus Beat

In an effort to help minimize De Anza College students’ finals-week stress, De Anza Student Health Center hosted ‘Chill City’ on Thurs. Nov. 6. Students were able to meet therapy dogs from the organization, ‘’Furry Friends,’’ while Health Services provided free energy bars, lollipops and bubble canisters, helping reduce the stress of...

Rock the School Bells event teaches students about struggle through creative platform

Rock the School Bells event teaches students about struggle through creative platform

Jocelyn Hernandez, Staff Reporter

December 7, 2018


Filed under Campus Beat, Campus Beat

Hundreds of De Anza College students clapped, shouted and stomped to the beat of the hip hop movement at the third annual Rock the School Bells Event hosted by the Men of Color Community on November 29. According to Erick Aragon, Faculty and Director of Outreach,  in an attempt to “engage the community in a different way”, the Men of Color Community, ...

Community members raise concerns about police misconduct, accountability

Hwan Lee, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2018


Filed under News

De Anza College community members brought up concerns about police misconduct and accountability at the chief of police open forum on Wednesday, Nov. 28. The three candidates, Danny Acosta, Kenneth Laird and Daniel Hect, provided their thoughts about better accessibility between community members and t...

De Anza College Football saved

Christian Trujano, Editor-in-Chief

December 3, 2018


Filed under News

After two weeks of strategic planning, the De Anza College football program is saved from elimination, for now. The Instructional Planning and Budget team voted Nov. 27 to award-winning coach Tony Santos and his championship winning team the opportunity to implement a two-phase plan to reduc...

Butte County wildfire smoke engulfs De Anza, campus re-opens in unhealthy conditions

Butte County wildfire smoke engulfs De Anza, campus re-opens in unhealthy conditions

Christian Trujano, Editor-in-Chief

November 20, 2018


Filed under Campus Beat, Campus Beat, Showcase, Slideshows

Chancellor seeks imput after Foothill-De Anza closes 3 school days due to smoke Chancellor Judy Miner is inviting students, faculty and staff to give feedback on how the district can better handle future college closures. “Health and safety issues can be particularly challenging to navigate,” Miner ...

Sparking inspiration through cultural education

Johanna Berntsson, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2018


Filed under Campus Beat

For the first time ever, De Anza College hosted International Education Week, a nation-wide campaign that sheds light on hardships international students face, while offering education and advice for the future. The event, sponsored by the International Student Program and DASB. “We want to use t...

De Anza football gets another chance

Christian Trujano and Brenna White

November 12, 2018


Filed under News

Football was given two weeks for the dean of athletics to come up with a plan to make more cuts in the program, said Lorrie Ranck, co-chair of the Instructional Planning and Budget Team. College Council decided at the Nov. 1 meeting to accept the IPBT plan to eliminate the football and water polo p...

Nice Buns! De Anza Burger Review-Patty melt

Nice Buns! De Anza Burger Review-Patty melt

Brenna White, Staff Reporter

November 5, 2018


Filed under Features, Impulse, Nice Buns!, Reviews

The De Anza Beef Patty Melt is the first weekly special that deserves a direct transfer to the permanent menu with its exquisitely balanced yet unabashedly delectable flavor. I must confess that this sandwich melted much of my skepticism before I even ordered. It is cleverly advertised with the beloved...

Playoff bound De Anza football team may be doomed

Playoff bound De Anza football team may be doomed

Christian Trujano, My Do, and Tyson Tsoi

October 31, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Ticker Box

Two weeks after impassioned pleas to keep De Anza’s football program because of the diverse students it serves, the committee charged with making cuts voted against the team. The football team is heading to the playoffs but will likely be their last. “We have to look at success rates and dispr...