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After a tight presidential race led to Joe Biden becoming the president-elect, De Anza College students reflect on this election cycle.

Students reflect on election year after Biden presidential win

Sam Lai, Staff Reporter | November 12, 2020
Four days after election day, news organizations determined Joe Biden as the president-elect. This ended one of the most unusual election years and De Anza College students have mixed feelings about it. 
Around 42% of students respondents reported that they did not want to watch the last round of presidential debates, with only 12.5% of student watchers reporting they enjoyed the debate.

Presidential debate cycle falls flat for De Anza College students

Courtney Guetschow, Reporter | October 25, 2020
For the final round of presidential debates, a De Anza College Reddit community poll, conducted by La Voz, was taken gauging student interest and thoughts about the debate.
Breakdown of Proposition 15

Breakdown of Proposition 15

Annalise Freimarck, Editor-in-chief | October 15, 2020
Proposition 15 would increase taxes on commercial and industrial property owners whose property is estimated to be worth over $3 million.
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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...

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...

Votership for DASB Senate Election increases compared to 2018 results

John Bricker, Business Manager | April 3, 2019

More De Anza College students voted in the 2019-20 DASB senate election than in the 2018-19 election, although the percentage that voted this year is still small. Roughly 2 percent of enrolled De Anza...

Record breaking amount of DASB applications, the pressure is on

Yami Sun, Staff Reporter | November 24, 2018

Almost 30 candidates submitted an application for DASB senate’s midterm election, making it an all-time high, said the senate’s legislative affairs officer on Wednesday, Nov. 14. “If you want to...

News: Evan Low election

News: Evan Low election

Alena Naiden, Staff Writer | November 12, 2014

Current mayor of Campbell Evan Low, a De Anza College graduate and former American Government instructor at De Anza, was elected to serve in the California State Assembly. Low ran as a Democrat and recived...

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