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Krupa Desai: full-time medical assisting student, full-time friend and mother

Amanda Nguyen, Reporter | April 12, 2021
Krupa Desai worked at Stanford's Children Health for a year and half before deciding to go into health technologies at De Anza College.
Photo courtesy of Daan Stevens on Unsplash

How to improve your work environment at home

Amy Chan, Reporter | March 1, 2021
The pandemic has forced many people to work at home, leaving them with a less than ideal working environment.
Photo courtesy of Pixabay

Lost love: student relationships suffer during pandemic

Rahul Makhijani, Reporter | March 1, 2021
The pandemic has tested the boundaries of De Anza College students' relationships, with many craving in-person learning and the interaction that comes with it.
Photo courtesy of Dawn Shaw

Dawn Shaw embraces facial paralysis in “The Power of Choice”

Crystal Flores, Reporter | February 24, 2021
Dawn Shaw, a motivational speaker who has a partially paralyzed face, challenged people to embrace the power of choice at De Anza College’s DNExTalks event on Feb. 19.
Graphic courtesy of Pixabay

Students work to overcome low motivation during winter quarter

Kaylee Flores, Reporter | February 24, 2021
With no breaks to look forward to, De Anza College students are feeling less motivated in school — though they still prefer the rigor of the quarter system.
Photo courtesy of Columbia University

“Who Killed Vincent Chin?” mirrors recent anti-Asian violence

Crystal Flores, Reporter | February 24, 2021
San Jose State University and De Anza College screened the documentary “Who Killed Vincent Chin,” about a Chinese American man murdered by two White men, on Feb. 11 for the “Not Your Model Minority” series.
Toshi Komatsu using Sky-Skan to show the temperature of the atmosphere from 1870 to a projected 2200.

Galaxies on a screen: De Anza College planetarium educates students through Zoom tours

Michael Davis, Reporter | February 15, 2021
Although COVID-19 forced the closing of the De Anza College planetarium, astronomers Toshi Komatsu and Michael Askins have developed virtual tours for students from kindergarten to eighth grade.
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What online school misses: how the pandemic stunts social growth

Tyler Han, Reporter | February 14, 2021
Students living through the pandemic are missing out on parts of school life that reach far beyond the classroom.
De Anza students and faculty adjust to art classes online

De Anza students and faculty adjust to art classes online

Mathew Bejarano, Reporter | February 4, 2021
As students head into their third online quarter, art students and professors discuss the difficulties and advantages of the virtual environment.

“Living with Social Justice and a Disability” challenges ableism in higher education

Mathew Bejarano, Reporter | February 4, 2021
Justice leaders advocated for accessible resources and better treatment of disabled people in higher education at the Jan. 27 “Living with Social Justice and a Disability” speaker event.
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