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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: Jae Hoon Hwang, 22, political science major, Zahra Jahankhah, 21, biology major and Sasha Bikkina, 21, biological science major discuss classes and shared experiences at the ISP event on Jan. 26.

Chill and Chat creates a support system for international students

Leila Salam | February 1, 2023

The International Student Program (ISP) held a Chill and Chat event in their offices to connect international students with each other and introduce them to staff on Jan. 26. ISP counselor Manija Ansari...

(From left to right) Yuri Ishitani, communication studies major, Moe Kashiwagi, communication studies major, Lune Limasi, computer information systems major, Rui Du, computer science major, and Natsuha Kojima, intercultural studies major, posing for a selfie at the ISP halloween event on Oct. 31.

De Anza hosts a costume contest

Michael Marowelli | November 18, 2022

De Anza College’s International Student Program (ISP) hosted a Halloween costume contest in which the participants competed for a $25 cash prize, ate food and took pictures in the ISP offices on Oct....

No attendees for event for those interested in international careers

Shiri Marwaha, Staff Reporter | November 24, 2018

“A Life of a Diplomat: Dorothy Ngutter" was arranged at De Anza College to encourage students to pursue international careers, unfortunately there was no audience turnout. Ngutter’s intention for...

Sparking inspiration through cultural education

Johanna Berntsson, Staff Reporter | November 15, 2018

For the first time ever, De Anza College hosted International Education Week, a nation-wide campaign that sheds light on hardships international students face, while offering education and advice for the...

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