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COVID-19, a new national threat

Ruby Veloz, Staff Reporter | March 17, 2020

If you’re opening up any kind of social media or news apps you’ve no doubt run into various articles, memes and general hysteria surrounding COVID-19 better known as the coronavirus. The disease...

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The disease vs. the stigma

Ruby Veloz , Staff Reporter | March 9, 2020

If you’re opening up any kind of social media or news apps you’ve no doubt run into various articles, memes and general hysteria surrounding COVID-19 better known as the coronavirus.  The disease...

De Anza College offers free flu vaccines

Bhuvaneshwari Natarajan, Staff Reporter | October 29, 2019

De Anza Health Services hosted a free flu vaccine clinic for students and faculty, with around 300 students receiving the vaccine. The clinic was organized over a span of four days on Oct. 16 and 17...

Sexual assault statistics in the U.S. 

Red represents women Blue represents men

Source:  The CDC and Rainn

De Anza College joins ‘It’s on Us’ consent initiative

Nathalia Moran, Staff Reporter | October 15, 2019

Students took pledges to be an active bystander in addressing consent, relationship violence and sexual harassment as a part of the new It’s On Us initiative booth at De Anza Club Day on Oct. 10. The...

Utah researcher discusses project, students ask for mentorship at Academic Senate

Ella Shih, Staff Reporter | May 22, 2019

The De Anza College academic senate presented information on higher education organization and student governance success on May 13. Sean Crossland, director of the Thayne Center for Service and Learning...

Scabies outbreak puts select VTA buses out of service

Scabies outbreak puts select VTA buses out of service

Melisa Lopez, Staff Reporter | April 30, 2019

An outbreak of the parasitic skin infection scabies among drivers in the Valley Transportation Authority put several buses out of service. After many VTA bus drivers refused to respond to questions...

Students pet dogs provided by the organization, 'Furry Friends', in the S Quad on Nov 6.

‘Chill City’ event focuses on de-stressing students

Abby Hou, Staff Reporter | December 10, 2018

In an effort to help minimize De Anza College students’ finals-week stress, De Anza Student Health Center hosted ‘Chill City’ on Thurs. Nov. 6. Students were able to meet therapy dogs from the...

Smoking at De Anza might become a thing of the past

Smoking at De Anza might become a thing of the past

Yami Sun, Miguel Cerda, and Abhiram Rishi Prattipati | November 18, 2018

A 100 percent smoke-free De Anza College campus might be a possibility for future students after a proposal by Chancellor Judy Miner at the Chancellor’s Advisory Council meeting on Oct. 5 and health...

The balancing act of health and wellness toward your success

Mary Sullivan, Guest Columnist | November 2, 2018

Now that the rush of the first weeks of Fall Quarter have passed, let’s look at the balancing act of health and wellness toward being successful. Do you have what you need? Resources on campus and in...

The exhibit of A Day in the Life of Recovery just opens.

A Day in the Life of Recovery advocates for student self care

Yami Sun, Staff Reporter | October 22, 2018

The exhibit “A Day in the Life of Recovery” hosted at the De Anza library until the end of November, tells stories of real people who went through difficult time and overcame it. Momentum, the organizer...

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