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U.S Supreme Court ruling affects several immigrants, undocumented

U.S Supreme Court ruling affects several immigrants, undocumented

Aliya Nupbay, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2020

In the midst of the president's impeachment, the U.S Supreme Court authorized the Trump Administration to advance with the public charge rule, also known as the 'wealth check', that will implement greater restrictions on the immigration laws on Monday, Jan. 27. These prohibitive rules will negatively affe...

Celebrities have right to be in politics

Celebrities have right to be in politics

Travis Wynn, Staff Reporter

January 29, 2020

I believe any American citizen can run for the presidential office. Celebrities are no exclusion. A person’s occupation or career path should not excuse them from running for president of the United States. Having a celebrity run for president nowadays brings up mixed feelings for society. People of...

Conflict between U.S., Iran leaves impact on De Anza staff, students

Mael Lorach, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2020

After Iran accidentally shot down passenger jet Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 in Tehran this month, Yeganeh Modirzadeh, English instructor, found out that some of her friends and relatives had died in the crash. The downed plane is one of the recent events that has occurred following the...

Watching debates is a civic duty

Bhuvaneshwari Natarajan, Staff Reporter

October 31, 2019

Eighteen Democrats and three Republicans, including President Donald Trump, will be running for the 2020 election in the race for the next presidential candidate. If you are thinking about how you can choose the right candidate, watch the Democratic debates. Debates are a good way for assessing candidates...

Students urged to vote, be allies to undocumented immigrants

Annalise Freimarck, Campus Beat Editor

October 29, 2019

Standing outside of a booth set up in the middle of the quad with a clipboard and voter registration, Brenda Carillo, 24, psychology major, encouraged students to register to vote and write to local legislators as a part of the first event in California’s Community College Undocumented Student Week...

Donald Trump joining Twitch leaves many puzzled

Daniel Arriaga, Staff Reporter

October 26, 2019

President Donald Trump is trying to appease to a younger audience by joining Twitch. Twitch is a popular video game streaming platform where the majority of the audience is a young crowd. It is very puzzling that the president would have an account. It’s even quite comical, actually. The only logica...

Former FBI director James Comey defines a leader

Ashley Gonzalez, Impulse Editor

April 8, 2019

“It was never one of my career goals to become an unemployed celebrity,” said former FBI director of the United States, James Comey, to a full house at the Flint Center on March 22. Comey spoke humorously on the controversy of his dismissal without hesitating to speak his mind on Trump throughout ...

Are CEO presidential candidates credible?

Shiri Marwaha, Assistant Campus beat editor

February 12, 2019

CEO billionaire candidates make good presidential candidates and have a potential to be great presidents, provided their intentions are noble and their desire to serve the country is greater than their oversized egos. Multi-millionaires running for presidential elections is not a new phenomenon and...

Political scientist brings humor to Flint Center

Political scientist brings humor to Flint Center

Ashley Gonzalez, Impulse Editor

January 31, 2019

“How the hell did our country get to the point where we could elect that guy?” American political scientist, Ian Bremmer asked an audience at the Flint Center on Thursday, Jan. 17. Bremmer hit the nail right on the head, when he informed the audience on global issues and how these issues drive cont...

Luis Cortes Romero: Attorney and DREAMER

Luis Cortes Romero: Attorney and DREAMER

Stephanie Lam, News Editor

October 28, 2018

Eight audience members attended the “Luis Cortes Romero: Attorney and DREAMer” speaker event at De Anza and were able to engage in an intimate Q&A session about the future of immigration laws with immigration attorney Luis Cortes Romero. “If De Anza students know someone who is a ‘Dreamer...