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As COVID restrictions are lowered, many libraries, including Sunnyvale Public Library (pictured) are opening up

Libraries reopening is wonderful, but caution is necessary.

Kat Pursell, Reporter | May 26, 2021

Libraries reopening in Silicon Valley will improve accessibility of vital resources, but both employees and patrons must stay safe and respectful. Libraries offer free books, internet and activities...

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Santa Clara County libraries eliminate late fees, De Anza reconsiders fine system

Vi Nguyen, Reporter | January 21, 2021

Santa Clara County libraries eliminated all late fees on Jan. 5, while the De Anza College library has extended the due date for checked out books to April 16, waiving fine increases until campus reopens. Wil...

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Free Little Libraries foster community book exchanges during pandemic

Roselle Lagmay, Reporter | June 10, 2020

With many local libraries forced to close in ordinance with COVID-19 mandates, Little Free Libraries have replaced the experience of a normal library. Little Free Library is a nonprofit organization that...

Library displays controversial literature

Kevin Coleto, Staff Reporter | April 18, 2018

In honor of Banned Book Week, an annual event by the American Library Association (ALA), De Anza has set up a display of controversially banned books in the campus library, organized by faculty members...

Banning books threatens First Amendment rights

Steven Hall, Staff Writer | April 21, 2015

“To Kill a Mocking Bird,” “The Call of the Wild” and “The Lord of the Rings” may seem like very different books, but all three have something in common. They have been banned at one point or...

Measure C bond program funds $6.2 million library renovations

Nang Hlaing, Staff Writer | September 22, 2014

De Anza College’s library closed for renovations Aug. 7 and is expected to reopen until July 2015. During the closure, all library services will be temporary relocated to the Learning Center West...

Library changes group study room policy

Katie Phan, Staff Writer | November 4, 2013

The De Anza College library has instated a new occupancy policy for its private study rooms this year, requiring a minimum of three students. The previous policy allowed two students to check out a...

Library construction in 2014

Genie Lu, Staff Writer | May 22, 2013

Architects met with library administrators at De Anza College on May 14 to discuss a planned renovation that will ultimately lead to partial closures of the building between August 2014 and July 2015. Noll...

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