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As the name suggests, Money, Explained explains money.

Learn finance with Netflix’s “Money, Explained”

Benjamin Brooker, Reporter | June 2, 2021
Netflix’s “Money, Explained” series warns you about scams and educates you on currency, wall street banking and trade systems  — an essential watch for any American who wants to keep their money.
De Anza Colleges Office of Equity dissuaded student financial worries at its event Financial Hustle.

Office of Equity’s Financial Hustle eases students’ financial worries

Alex Ly, Staff Reporter | October 31, 2020

De Anza College’s Office of Equity addressed students’ financial concerns about tuition fees in the online Zoom event, Financial Hustle, on Oct. 22.   Adriana Garcia, administrative assistant...

Club adviser position funded, other programs face DASB cuts

Stephanie Lam, News Editor | March 20, 2019

The De Anza College library, tutoring and athletics are just three of over 30 De Anza programs that will face a decrease in funding after senators approved the final DASB senate budget for the 2019-2020...

Money buys happiness on Valentines Day

Miles Voci, Staff Reporter | February 14, 2019

No form of currency can buy you happiness, but when Valentine's Day comes around money is the name of the game. According to an annual report done by the National Retail Federation, Valentine's Day...

Transportation, food, housing big issues for De Anza students

Transportation, food, housing big issues for De Anza students

Stephanie Lam, Campus Beat Editor | October 2, 2018

De Anza College students self-reported high levels of basic needs insecurities in a study conducted by the De Anza College Office of Institutional Research and Planning released on June 18. Out...

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