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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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The Academic Senate met in a hybrid-format to discuss eligibility for faculty representation on campus on Nov. 21.

The Academic Senate sets a precedent for faculty representation at De Anza

Rory Conlon | December 8, 2022

The Academic Senate made crucial decisions regarding diversity and requirements for faculty representation during their meeting on Nov. 21.  The senate sought faculty representation for the Vice President...

Melissa Dillon, Amy Ingram and Rhuamia Lucero pose with their products for their brand LeveeRoad at San Joses Fall Festival on Oct 1.

San Jose’s 2022 Fall Festival invites community to celebrate agriculture and art

Lauren Bui, Freelance Reporter | October 17, 2022

The 6th Annual Martial Cottle Park Fall Festival, one of San Jose’s largest vendor markets, brought together community to celebrate Santa Clara Valley’s agricultural heritage and welcome the fall season...

Alex McKay and friend pose together under his booths tent. McKay has been attending the flea market since 2019 because he thinks the atmosphere is friendly and safe.

“I (was) so excited for the reopen,” Mckay said. “It is fun meeting people here. I got stuff I sell from other flea markets and some of them are personal stuff that people give me.”

October flea market gallery

Jessie Zhou, Sabrina Jiang, and Andrea Saldana | October 17, 2022

De Anza College hosts a flea market every first Saturday of the month, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in parking lots A and B, to host vendors from around the area. The monthly flea market returned last spring...

Sunnyvale Vice Mayor and Political Science instructor Alysa Cisneros attending Lavender Grad as a Keynote Speaker.

“The beginning of something incredible”: Vice Mayor Alysa Cisneros speaks at Lavender Graduation for LGBTQ+ students

Jerry Chen, Reporter | June 29, 2022

Sunnyvale vice mayor Alysa Cisneros attended keynote speaker during the Women, Gender and Sexuality Center’s fifth annual Lavender Graduation, a ceremony dedicated to celebrating LGBTQ+ and queer-identifing...

Image presented at the HEFAS 7th Annual Summit Conference, themed United We Are Stronger.

De Anza program celebrates undocumented community in 7th annual summit

Kevin Nguyen, Reporter | June 16, 2021
De Anza College’s program for undocumented students highlighted immigrant voices and resources at its annual summit conference on June 4 and 5.
Attendees of the Chancellors return-to-campus information session listen for answers to their questions.

Senior staff at De Anza answer questions about returning to campus

Lianna Vaughan, Reporter | June 14, 2021
After faculty raised concerns about returning to campus, Chancellor Judy Miner invited them to ask questions in her return-to-campus information session.
De Anza as it begins Phase II of its reopening plan.

Employees and students feel left in the dark about return-to-campus plan

Lianna Vaughan, Reporter | June 14, 2021
The Faculty Association and Academic Senate leadership outlined their concerns about returning to campus in an open letter to district and college leaders.
Maurice Canyon (left) and Umoja students (right). Source: De Anza College

New Umoja counselor at De Anza hopes to be there for his community

Rahul Makhijani, Reporter | June 14, 2021
The new Umoja counselor is Maurice Canyon, a former Umoja member dedicated to giving back to the community that guided him.
Source: De Anza College

De Anza construction plans get green light

Maida Suta, Reporter | June 14, 2021
The Board of Trustees approved construction plans for the De Anza College campus in the Facilities Master Plan on May 3 — without a set timeline or funding.
East Promontory Trailhead visual simulation for Junipero Serra Trail. Source: City of Cupertino

City of Cupertino will rename the planned Junipero Serra Trail and encourages public input

Crystal Flores, Reporter | June 8, 2021
The City of Cupertino announced that it will rename the planned Junipero Serra Trail, which references a controversial Catholic missionary, focusing on public input.
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