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DASB Senate airs issues: Motions to remove senators fail

Rachel Schemel, Online Editor | May 17, 2013

The controversy-plagued DASB Senate heard confessions of wrongdoing and impassioned comments at a 3½ hour meeting Wednesday and voted down motions to have three senators removed with only two weeks to...

More money for student success center

Soo Lee, Staff Writer | May 17, 2013

The DASB Senate allotted $4,500 to De Anza College’s Student Success and Retention Services Center during its May 8 meeting. Patricia Burgos, the counselor and director of the center made an official...

Transferring? Check for AA

Jessica Sun, Staff Writer | May 17, 2013

De Anza College advises transferring students to use the college’s new online academic advising application to check course fulfillment and possible associate degree eligibility. DegreeWorks allows...

Dormant
The tar kettle rests, Friday, May 17, 2013. Construction workers should finish tarring the roof in may, according to De Anzas Measure C website.

Tar fumes worry students

Ruben Valles, Staff Writer | May 17, 2013

Clouds of acrid, resinous odor spread from the loading dock of De Anza College’s Advanced Technology Center. Its source: a tar kettle, industriously churning coal tar pitch onto the building’s roof. As...

Enrollment drops may muddy budget

Nadia Banchik, Staff Writer | May 17, 2013

Student enrollment dropped across the Foothill-De Anza Community College District compared to Spring 2012, cutting projected revenues for the upcoming academic year. De Anza College lost 512 full-time-equivalent...

DASB Senate candidates reach out to students, receive mixed reception

Nathan Mitchell, News Editor | May 17, 2013

About 30 students gathered as members of the United and Revolution coalitions and three independent candidates outlined their platforms and fielded questions at Meet Your Candidates Day in the main quad...

Day After Day Part 2
 In the same series of photos, the woman drops her head to the floor.

De Anza Creative Arts/Silicon Valley Open Studios: Interviews with DA photographers whose works are highlighted

Jennifer Nguyen, Freelancer | May 17, 2013

Artwork created by De Anza College students and faculty will be showcased for the De Anza Creative Arts/Silicon Valley Open Studios at the Euphrat Museum  May 18 through 19 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The...

Lakes and Trails
The Los Creek Trail sign welcomes all as they pass through the main gates into the parking lot, Sunday, May 12.

Life in the great outdoors: Fun Bay Area hikes

Patricia Nguyen, Staff Writer | May 17, 2013

Spring weather got you in the mood for something a little outdoorsy? Take a hike! Literally. Living in the valley means there are plenty of beautiful hiking trails all over the Bay Area, some that are...

Sex Trafficking Survivor Speaks Out

Maggie Li & Jannelle Garcia, Staff Writer & Features Editor | May 17, 2013

Minh Dang grew up in San Jose where she was sexually abused at the age of two and sold as a child into sex slavery at ten by her parents. During the day, she acted out the life of a regular kid, excelling...

Literary Magazine Contest

Literary Magazine Contest

Genie Lu, Staff Writer | May 17, 2013

De Anza College’s literary magazine, the Red Wheelbarow, is encouraging De Anza students to show their creativity by entering the student edition submission contest. Submissions will close on May...

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