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The disappointment of online graduation

Athyna Palafox, Social Media Editor | March 1, 2021
I will be graduating in De Anza's second virtual graduation, a depressing fact that discounts the work I’ve put in.
The A's take the field against the Dodgers in 2018 with an attendance of 32,062 that night.

John Fischer needs to sell the Oakland A’s

Mathew Bejarano, Reporter | February 15, 2021
Oakland Athletics majority owner John Fisher needs to sell the team if they ever want to be taken as serious World Series title contenders.
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TikTok trend opens door to invasion of privacy

Jordan Soto, Reporter | February 15, 2021
An extreme invasion of privacy is taking place on the social media platform TikTok and the company needs to do something to protect its users.
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Our green future: how General Motors is following public opinion

Rodrigo Gutierrez, Reporter | February 15, 2021
General Motors announced that all of their cars will be zero-emissions by 2035 and carbon-neutral by 2040 on Jan. 28, a testament to the electric future that consumers are looking forward to.
Hospitals, including the Good Samaritan Hospital in San Jose (pictured) are having their vaccination procedures reviewed by the county

Los Gatos teachers skipping the vaccination line worsens socioeconomic inequality

Amy Chan, Reporter | February 7, 2021

Los Gatos Union School District staff got to get the vaccine before priority groups, a testament to our unequal society where the rich find workarounds to problems that debilitate marginalized communities. It...

(Left) The cover Vogue published, (Right) The cover Harris' team approved

Kamala Harris Vogue cover undermines gravity of her achievements

Nitya Peumans, Reporter | January 19, 2021

Kamala Harris deserves the utmost respect as the first woman, Black and Asian American vice president, which Vogue undermined by releasing an informal image of her on their February print cover. A huge...

Just because Joe Biden is the new president-elect, does not mean that we should stop fighting for social justice issues.

Biden Got Elected: Now What?

Manveen Kaur Anand, News Editor | December 9, 2020

When the 2020 election was called and everyone saw Biden’s name pass 270 electoral votes, many rejoiced to not have four more years of Trump. However, it’s important to recognize that we still need...

Bad Bunny for Paper magazine via Bad Bunny's Instagram, @badbunnypr. Photographed by Robert John Kley.

Bad Bunny is creating leaps of progression in a machismo run field

Leticia Samame, Reporter | June 3, 2020

Bad Bunny's catchy Grammy award-winning music is not all there is to him, he’s also been using his ever-growing platform to advocate for women's rights and LGBTQIA+ communities. Benito Antonio Martinez...

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Between snacks, consider video games to pass the time in quarantine

Keegan West, Reporter | May 3, 2020

Alas, the quest to fill the time between frequent trips to the refrigerator is over. Clean the Cheeto dust off those fingers, get comfy and grab a controller, because video games offer an exciting platform...

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Utilizing Minecraft as a universal loophole for information

Lauren Locquiao, Staff Reporter | March 30, 2020

Minecraft has been a household game for quite sometime now. It was introduced in 2009 and wasn’t really thought of anything special. It may seem like a mindless game just for fun, but users have the...

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