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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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Candidates meet on Zoom in forum and debate

DASB candidates discuss goals if elected in forum and debate

Mathew Bejarano, Reporter | March 1, 2021
De Anza Student Body candidates reflected on their ambitions in a candidates’ forum and presidential debate on Feb. 24.

Sanders’ commitment to equity, progress trumps all

Julia Kolman, Guest Contributor | February 21, 2020

The United States is in need of immediate policy change, and the only candidate fit to deliver such progress is Senator Bernie Sanders. No other Democratic presidential candidate has matched Sanders’...

Bernie Sanders best choice for students

Bhuvi Natarajan , Staff Reporter | September 25, 2019

I support Bernie Sanders because like him, I too believe that every citizen should have the right to vote, including convicts. I cannot vote yet, as I am not a United States citizen but I continue to...

Stressing the importance of voting

Johanna Berntsson, Staff Reporter | October 25, 2018

With the current political climate in this country, we are in desperate need of something to change and if you don’t like how this country is run, you need to get out and vote. A recent CNN poll showed...

DASB Senate President Khaled Haq swears in the rest of the incoming DASB Senate for the 2018-2019 term.

DASB senate sworn in; president predicts “problems with partisanship”

Andrew Shinjo, Staff Reporter | April 13, 2018

The incoming DASB Senate was inaugurated into office for the 2018-2019 term on Wednesday, April 11. Per tradition, the outgoing president Kalani Hettige, engineering major, swore in incoming president...

DASB Selects 6 New Members In Midterm Election

Carla Arango, Staff Writer | November 18, 2013

Six new DASB senators were elected at the Nov. 13 meeting of the DASB senate. The senate elected Erik Diaz- Perez, Caleb Haddad, Idris Gettani, Hse-Khal Lin, Monica Xue and Saif Adeeb. Eleven...

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