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FOX News can’t stop making sexist comments

FOX News can’t stop making sexist comments

Brenda Romero, Staff Writer

November 14, 2014

The oh-so-lovely FOX News did it again, not giving us the news, but making the news, and not in a good way, when one of their host gave her opinion on young women voting, they shouldn’t. FOX News is already known for its Republican bias, but you would think that adding female pundits to discussion...

Apple CEO’s coming out a big step forward

Pati Shojaee

November 14, 2014

At the end of October, Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook publicly came out of the closet as a gay man. Cook wrote in Businessweek, “Throughout my professional life, I’ve tried to maintain a basic level of privacy. I come from humble roots, and I don’t seek to draw attention to myself.I’m proud to be...

Good turnout for art show reception at Euphrat Museum

Adrian Discipulo, Staff Writer

November 14, 2014

Paintings, photos, mixed media, and installation pieces were exhibited, and members of the Black Leadership Collective performed a music piece to mark the start of a reception on Wednesday Nov. 5 for De Anza’s Faculty and Staff art show at the Euphrat Museum of Art. Black Leadership Collective members...

Opinion: out with the old water bottles, in with the new

Donovan Rios, Staff Writer

November 14, 2014

De Anza College is doing its part to help save the environment by establishing new policies regarding water bottles. The Dining Services on campus will no longer have plastic water bottles available for purchase. Instead, they will be offering reusable bottles. Environmental conservation is an...

DASB senators prepare for midterm elections

Alena Naiden, Staff Writer

November 14, 2014

The DASB senate meeting held on Wednesday Nov. 12 turned into a noisy playground when current senators and interns tried to get to know each other better before elections this week in which DASB senators will elect seven new senator and 20 interns to serve the rest of 2014-2015. Students interested...

Veterans honored at De Anza ceremony

Samantha Jill UyBico, Staff Writer

November 14, 2014

De Anza Student Veterans Association celebrated Veterans Day on Nov. 5 in an on-campus ceremony with special guest speakers. The Main Quad was filled with the sounds of the De Anza Wind Symphonic Orchestra who ushered in the ceremony with an instrumental version of the national anthem. Miguel Rendon,...

Women’s soccer beats West Valley in last game

Women’s soccer beats West Valley in last game

Cristian Munoz Ayala, Staff Writer

November 14, 2014

The De Anza College women’s soccer team ended its season with a bang, beating West Valley College 4-0 on Tuesday Nov. 11. In the beginning of the game the team was firing on all cylinders with two back-to-back goals in the first five minutes. With freshman forward Sulma Plancarte dribbling the ...

MEN’S SOCCER DOMINATES SKYLINE IN 4-0 WIN

MEN’S SOCCER DOMINATES SKYLINE IN 4-0 WIN

Aitalina Indeeva, Staff Writer

November 14, 2014

Hungary’s 60 cents per gigabyte Internet tax excessive

Hungary’s 60 cents per gigabyte Internet tax excessive

Donovan Rios, Staff Writer

November 14, 2014

People all around the world use terabytes of data on a daily basis. In this modern age, most people in developed countries carry a cellphone with them at all times and most homes have a personal computer for each resident. People are connected to the Internet now more than ever. Because of the...

Movie Review: “Interstellar” first Oscar nomination for 2014?

Movie Review:  “Interstellar” first Oscar nomination for 2014?

Adrian Discipulo, Staff Writer

November 14, 2014

Director Christopher Nolan delivers yet another dark and thrilling movie as he shoots his audience through space in his new sci-fi epic “Interstellar.” Set in the near future, “Interstellar” shows a world that has gone through a major drought, causing widespread famine. With the extinction...