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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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Assemblyman Evan Low holding up a construction paper pancake where people can write suggestions and proposals

Assemblyman Evan Low holds community event for members to hear out proposals and suggestions

Annalise Freimarck, News Editor | January 15, 2020

Assembly member and De Anza College alumnus Evan Low hosted “Pancakes and Proposals,” a free event where members of the community could come and eat pancakes, while suggesting bill proposals to Low...

Former FBI director James Comey defines a leader

Ashley Gonzalez, Staff Reporter | 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...

Opinion: Conversion therapy should not be banned

Jack Molmud, Video Editor | May 7, 2018

The California Assembly bill banning gay conversion therapy and its advertising is a violation of the First Amendment, and should not be passed into law by the state senate, despite the dangers of the...

California leads by example to fight climate change

Christian Trujano, Staff Reporter | January 27, 2018

Cupertino citizens gathered at the Quinlan Community Center for a conference about climate change and Senate Bill 100 with Assemblymembers Marc Berman and Evan Low on Jan. 25. SB 100, also known as...

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...

Evan Low : Attended De Anza College, Taught American government at De Anza., San Jose State University alumnus, Mayor of Campbell

NEWS: Community College Dream Team Wants Your Vote On Election Day

Samantha Jill UyBico, Staff Writer | October 27, 2014

Three San Jose politicians campaigning for election on Nov. 4 made it clear that they consider community colleges a huge priority during a political conference at De Anza College on Oct. 16. The...

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