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Two dancers from Ballet Afsaneh perform a traditional Iranian dance on Nov. 16 in Hampus Campus center, Conference Room B at De Anza College.

Woman, Life, Freedom: Iranian students speak on the movement’s importance here

Anisa Qadir | December 8, 2022

Sources in this story are anonymous because of safety concerns and will be referred to as Sources A, B, C and D. As Iranian citizens continue protesting the country’s oppressive regime that resulted...

Judy Miner (middle) and her two sisters, Dottie Lagrand (left) and Janice (right),  celebrating Dotties retirement in 2015. Lagrand refers to Miner as the rock of the family and said she looks forward to taking more trips with her younger sister once shes retired. (Photo courtesy of Dottie Lagrand)

Chancellor Judy Miner: a lifetime of learning

Rory Conlon | November 19, 2022

Foothill-De Anza Chancellor Judy Miner remembers desperately wanting to go home. When she was 2 years old, her family moved from the Bernal Heights neighborhood of San Francisco to the Excelsior District....

Former De Anza dean and instructor, Carolyn Wilkins-Santos (left), alongside Division Administrative Assistant, Leslie Nguyen (right) outside the California History Center on Sept. 22. (Photo courtesy of Lori Clinchard)

Carolyn Wilkins Santos: A Catalyst for Educational Success

Autumn Alvarez | November 18, 2022

The prestigious white-columned building on campus is much more than its century-old windows and walls. The California History Center’s CHC mission of shedding light on De Anza College’s and California’s...

San Jose Latina city council representatives Magdalena Carrasco, Maya Esparza, Sylvia Arenas and Morgan Hill council member Yvonne Martinez came together to discuss their experiences in this De Anza event for Womens History Month.

Latina council members of San Jose and Morgan Hill share their experience in politics

Georgina Munoz-Villanueva, Reporter | April 28, 2022

San Jose Latina city council representatives Magdalena Carrasco, Maya Esparza, Sylvia Arenas and Morgan Hill council member Yvonne Martinez discussed the microaggressions they have faced in their political...

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Students debate whether to return to campus in fall quarter

Benjamin Brooker, Reporter | June 27, 2021
As De Anza College continues to reopen, fall quarter classes will repopulate on campus — but many students prefer them online.
Universities where De Anza student-athletes plan to  transfer in 2021.

Pandemic throws student-athlete transfer plans into limbo

Rahul Makhijani, Reporter | June 26, 2021
While some already see COVID-19 becoming history, De Anza College student-athletes will disproportionately feel the impacts of the virus for years to come.
A panel on racial justice consisting of members of De Anzas BSU, Umoja counselor Maurice Canyon, counselor Glynn Wallis and local community activists.

De Anza’s Black Student Union finds new life

Kevin Nguyen, Reporter | June 26, 2021
De Anza College’s Black Student Union has revived this year, hoping to build a vibrant and sustainable student-led organization.
Brittney Tran. Source: De Anza College

Student-athlete wins Equity Champion Award for work with underserved communities

Rahul Makhijani, Reporter | June 25, 2021
Brittney Tran won the De Anza College’s student Equity Champion Award by using her platform as president of the Student-Athlete Advisory Council to advance community service.
Mask mandate lifted for vaccinated: De Anza students thoughts

Mask mandate lifted for vaccinated: De Anza students’ thoughts

Kaylee Flores, Reporter | June 20, 2021
When California relaxed the mask mandate, vaccinated people started going without their masks — De Anza College students have mixed feelings about it.
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Transfer students face increase in UC applications amid pandemic

Annalise Freimarck, Editor Emeritus | June 18, 2021
To apply to their dream schools, transfer students had to deal with the pandemic-induced effects on higher education — the spike in applicants.
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