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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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From left, Eric Penunuri, 19, computer science major; Juliette Leyva, 18, film/television (animation) major; Ofa Pahulu, 21, liberal arts (social behavioral science) major; and Natalia Jaramillo, 19, nursing major, participate in a panel on June 1. The De Anza students discussed their experiences with ethnic studies courses on campus.

Students and activists discuss ethnic studies at summit

Rory Conlon | June 14, 2023

Activists, educators and students discussed the formation and value of ethnic studies programs during a summit held in the California History Center on June 1.  Paul Fong, the keynote speaker at the...

Panelists from De Anzas Chicanx and Latinx Studies speaker event

De Anza Chicanx and Latinx panel discusses a complex ethnic history and the emotional wounds of racism

Kevin Nguyen, Reporter | June 16, 2021
Chicanx and Latinx panelists urged the De Anza College community to dispel harmful stereotypes and set the record straight on a muddled history.
Panelists from De Anzas Our Histories, Our Experiences, Our Lives: From Learning to Collective Action - Comparative Ethnic Studies: Building Multiracial Alliances panel event.

Comparative Ethnic Studies panel series concludes with its fifth weekly meeting

Kat Pursell, Reporter | June 14, 2021
Panelists explored how attendees could put what they learned about structural racism into action on May 30, concluding the five-week-long panel series “Our Histories, Our Experiences, Our Lives: From Learning to Collective Action.”
Governor Gavin Newsom vetoed the high school ethnic studies bill on Sept. 9.

De Anza professors weigh in on Newsom’s ethnic studies veto

Diana Piper, Reporter | October 15, 2020

Governor Gavin Newsom vetoed a bill that would have required an ethnic studies course to graduate high school in California, citing an unbalanced model curriculum. The veto, on Sept. 9, followed waves...

Ethnic studies professor Mae Lee was honored at Stanford University’s Multicultural Alumni Hall of Fame on Oct. 25.

De Anza professor honored for activism embraces her Asian-American culture

Nathalia Moran, Staff Reporter | November 13, 2019

Being one of a handful of Asian students at her school, De Anza ethnic studies professor Mae Lee recalled other children coming up to her, pulling at their eyes to taunt her appearance, mocking...

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