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“Great energy, great music. The food is great and unique. You can’t get it anywhere else.” Kelly Chang, 18, political science

Cindy Tran, Staff Writer

November 14, 2014

Dons lose to Hartnell 3-1

Sophomore team captain Rachel Rosete dives to save the ball from hitting the ground. The loss on Friday Oct. 31 gave the Dons an overall record of 5-13 and a conference record of 3-5.

Crystal Goh Xue Yu, Staff Writer

November 12, 2014

Opener lost 65-63

Dons’ freshman forward Corie Stocker (24) runs down an open court and goes for a quick lay-up. De Anza lost by two points on Tuesday Nov. 4.

Rajvir Kaur, Freelancer

November 12, 2014

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Paul Fong defeated by Charles Jones

Paul Fong defeated by Charles Jones

November 12, 2014

Former De Anza College instructor and FHDA district trustee Paul Fong lost to Charles “Chappie” Jones in the Nov. 4 election for San Jose city council District 1. Jones, a Silicon Valley techie and former Apple employee, beat Fong 8,215 votes to 5,550. Following the results of the election,...

DASB senate expands bike program

DASB senate expands bike program

Cindy Tran, Staff Writer

November 12, 2014

The DASB Bike Program ordered new bicycles this past summer providing a wider variety for students. The ultimate goals of the Bicycle Program is to present an alternative way for students to get to school and save money. “I have heard of this program. I think it is a great opportunity for students...

Ceramics artist in action

Ceramics artist in action

Brenda Romero, Staff Writer

November 12, 2014

Benjamin Carter, a ceramic artist, visited De Anza College on Thursday, Oct. 30 as part of an ongoing artist lecture series. Carter, who lives in Santa Cruz, is a pet sitter, has his own podcast and is a ceramic artist who makes functional objects. Students and instructors watched Carter make pots...

News: Evan Low election

News: Evan Low election

Alena Naiden, Staff Writer

November 12, 2014

Current mayor of Campbell Evan Low, a De Anza College graduate and former American Government instructor at De Anza, was elected to serve in the California State Assembly. Low ran as a Democrat and recived 58 percent of the votes in the California general election on Nov. 4. Low will represent the...

Art station participants celebrate Dia de los Muertos

Sharon Chan, 14, and Lydia Sanchez, artist/instructor for the Euphrat Museum, ring the bell in honor of the dead at the Euphrat community art station.

Alena Naiden, Staff Writer

November 12, 2014

Open doors at the Euphrat Museum and green balloons near the entrance welcomed visitors to come in and get warm on a rainy De Anza Flea Market day on Saturday Nov. 1. Inside was a community art station where people of different ages and cultures joined to enjoy the art, design sugar skulls, an...

Features: San Pedro Square; a Place to Study and Eat

San Pedro Square Market, located on North San Pedro street features plenty of indoor and outdoor seating and local eateries.

Adrian Discipulo, Staff Writer

November 12, 2014

French-style hanging streetlights fill the halls with a warm glow amid the soft sound of friends talking and the comforting aroma of freshly brewed coffee at San Pedro Square Market, just a few blocks away from the South First District on North San Pedro Street in downtown San Jose. The market featur...

Movie Review: NightCrawler

Movie Review: NightCrawler

Cindy Tran, Staff Writer

November 12, 2014

Delving into the underbelly of Los Angeles, “Nightcrawler” demonstrates the ethics and morality of survival and confronts social problems that are presented in media news today. Jake Gyllenhaal plays Lou Bloom, a loner whose life is consumed by routinely watering his plants, lying to people, and...