The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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Exploit or free Britney: unpacking Netflix’s ‘Britney vs. Spears’ documentary

Kaitlyn Khov, Reporter | October 13, 2021

Netflix’s “Britney vs. Spears” documentary attempts to revitalize Britney Spears’ conservatorship, but fails to provide a fresh take on the controversial case. Directed by Erin Lee Carr, who...

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.
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Find your inner child in “Finding ‘Ohana”

Jordyn Smith, Reporter | February 24, 2021
Netflix’s new Indiana Jones-style film “Finding ‘Ohana” grabs the audience through complicated family dynamics and adventurous twists and turns.
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An overhyped couple’s fight: the disappointment of “Malcolm and Marie”

Emjay Troxclair, Reporter/copy editor | February 15, 2021
The hype for “Malcolm & Marie” outweighs the actual experience of the film, leaving viewers bored and dissatisfied.
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A fun steamy romance: why you should watch “Bridgerton”

Jordyn Smith, Reporter | February 15, 2021
The Netflix original series “Bridgerton” has intrigued its audience through its steamy romance and scandalous twists, leaving viewers begging for more.
“The Liberator”: A captivating and innovative, yet artificial portrayal of World War II

“The Liberator”: A captivating and innovative, yet artificial portrayal of World War II

Trisha Venkat, Staff Reporter | November 19, 2020

This Veteran’s Day Netflix released “The Liberator,” a four episode mini-series marked by its unique integration of computer animation and live-action footage.    The story of “The...

Beautiful with an incomplete plot: A review of “The Queen’s Gambit”

Beautiful with an incomplete plot: A review of “The Queen’s Gambit”

Diana Piper, Staff Reporter | November 12, 2020
In angled shots and sunken colors, “The Queen’s Gambit” chronicles the rise of chess starlet Beth Harmon, beautiful in direction and design, yet lacking in plot and substance. 
“Blackpink: Light up the Sky” weaves pro-multicultural themes into heartwarming presentation

“Blackpink: Light up the Sky” weaves pro-multicultural themes into heartwarming presentation

Jodi Wong, Staff Reporter | October 20, 2020
Starring its four members Jennie, Jisoo, Lisa and Rosé, k-pop girl group Blackpink’s documentary “Blackpink: Light up the Sky” offers an intimate look not only into the background and dynamic of the group, but the nuances of the K-pop industry in a worldwide perspective. 
Extracurricular cover poster.

‘Extracurricular’ Netflix’s Korean masterpiece

Cameron Oleary, Reporter | May 12, 2020

The 10-episode Netflix original, “Extracurricular,” is a South Korean crime drama that sends a message to never take on tough times alone. The show follows a young boy Oh Ji-soo played by Kim Dong-hee,...

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“The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez” emotional story of family, abuse and neglect

Taylor Park , Staff Reporter | March 9, 2020

Netflix released a new documentary series titled, “The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez” on February 26, focusing on the events surrounding the death of 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez in Los Angeles County....

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