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Talking Green talks Bus Rapid Transit

Talking Green talks Bus Rapid Transit

Katie Phan, Staff Writer

October 28, 2013

Around 90 students discussed De Anza sustainability concerns and services at the “Talking Green” event held inside conference room B on Oct. 17. The event, organized by the DASB Senate Environmental Sustainability Committee, addressed the Bicycle Program, Eco Pass, Kirsch Center, and waste...

De Anza falls to Cabrillo in 3-set loss

De Anza falls to Cabrillo in 3-set loss

LiWei Shih, Staff Writer

October 28, 2013

Cabrillo College women’s volleyball team defeated De Anza College on Friday, Oct. 18. Cabrillo scored the first point within the first few seconds of the game, but De Anza quickly caught up by scoring the point after. Six minutes later, Cabrillo was ahead 8-4. Cabrillo won the first set...

Bryan Fobbs pushes hard to succeed: Wide receiver leads in NorCal conference, No. 2 in the state

Patricia Nguyen, Sports Editor

October 28, 2013

The No. 1 wide receiver in the NorCal conference of community colleges, sophomore Bryan Fobbs, started his football career by trying out his freshmen year of high school. The twist? “I wasn’t even that good,” Fobbs said. He went to summer camps after his first season to hone his skills. He...

Paramore rocks San Jose SAP Center

Mary Carpenter, Freelance Writer

October 28, 2013

Paramore packed the SAP Center with third show on their self-titled tour on Oct. 18, making great strides in their headlining tour. The opening acts featured Hellogoodbye and Metric, playing songs off of their new albums, such as “Everything is Debatable” and “Synthetica.” Hellogoodbye’s...

Beyond: Two Souls Review

Supreet Singh, Staff Writer

October 28, 2013

Rarely is there a game that divides gamers as much as “Beyond: Two Souls”. It has split the gaming community with some of the lowest to some of the highest scores of the year. One thing is certain, however, David Cage has created an experience that is unlike any game we’ve seen before. “Beyond”...

Data discrimination setting invisible barriers: Our web experiences are becoming too invasive

Samuel Reeves, Staff Writer

October 28, 2013

With the nearly ubiquitous presence of the Internet, Americans can explore various online communities through the anonymity of their web browsers. Access to different perspectives and communities sounds like the beginning of an age of increased social justice, but web browsing has lead to a...

Student garden at Kirsch Center

Student garden at Kirsch Center

Zee Wang, Staff Writer

October 28, 2013

De Anza College student Liana Hua welcomed volunteers to help start a garden outside the Kirsch Center on Wednesday morning, Oct. 16. Hua, studying environmental science, said she will welcome help from volunteers at the garden on Wednesdays and Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The...

Halloween movies not to miss this season

Carl Nilvall, Staff Writer

October 28, 2013

Halloween is an exceptional day to watch horror movies, and this year has many great horror flicks coming out. Carrie, directed by Kimberly Pierce, has been long anticipated. The release was postponed to Oct. 18, but is currently out and ready to watch. The movie has the same plot as the...

U.S. Bank branch coming to De Anza

Krystal Alvarado, Staff Writer

October 28, 2013

De Anza College students will have an alternative to Higher One when it comes to banking and financial services on campus. The Foothill-De Anza Board of Trustees approved U.S. Bank’s plan to open a mini-branch in the campus bookstore at their meeting on Monday Oct. 7. “This will probably...

DASB Senate approves mid-term elections

Craig Morrison, Staff Writer

October 28, 2013

At its meeting on Wednesday Oct. 16 the DASB Senate approved holding mid-term elections on Nov. 13 to fill six open seats on the DASB senate and appoint new members to the marketing committee. Stacie Rowe, the DASB Senate president, said the senate is mostly interested in candidates to fill...