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When the pandemic hit, millions of students were abruptly shifted to virtual learning. While some embraced the change, many struggled and felt left behind.

A loss of connection and the downside of online learning

Andrea Infante, Reporter | June 20, 2022

When catching up with former classmates in the fall of 2020, we would talk about remote learning. Hearing about how much they enjoyed it and how it seemingly provided them with the flexibility to complete...

When the pandemic hit, unhoused students were thrown to the wolves as they had to suddenly recalibrate how they lived their day to day lives as everything shuttered down.

A De Anza student reflects on finding power and community

Rory Conlon, Reporter | June 18, 2022

 K.D. sat in the dark. She lived out of her car, conserving the batteries in her phone and laptop for as long as she could until they both finally ran out. Then, she would just wait—she had nowhere...

De Anza College resident Lloyd Holmes addressing attendees of the Foothill-De Anza District-wide COVID town hall event on Dec. 3.

De Anza President Holmes commits to an on-campus Spring ’22

Kevin Nguyen, Features Editor | December 6, 2021

Cupertino - For the first time since sending students and faculty off-campus in March 2020, the Foothill-De Anza Community College District hosted an in-person “Emerging from the Pandemic” town hall...

From imaginary to real: How the De Anza community is trying to make the most of virtual college

From imaginary to real: How the De Anza community is trying to make the most of virtual college

Maida Suta, Reporter | November 14, 2021

From the movie “Lady Bird” or to the “Gilmore Girls” and the “To All the Boys” series, college is revered as the first true step towards independence for many young adults in the popular imagination....

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Workers are realizing their worth and quitting by the millions

Maida Suta, Reporter | October 24, 2021

With the pandemic raging on and continuous failures to improve work conditions, Americans have been quitting en masse in an event called the “Great Resignation.” This was a long time coming and these...

Students and community members gather outside the Marjorie L. Hinson Campus Center to study, eat, and unwind.

De Anza grapples with vaccine mandates and return to in-person learning

Maida Suta, Reporter | October 5, 2021

It’s been one year and seven months since students and faculty have seen the bustling and lively campus that many have fond memories of at De Anza College. Today, the vacant parking lots, empty rooms...

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De Anza enforces vaccine requirement as campus partially reopens

Maida Suta, Reporter | September 27, 2021

Editor's Note: According to Marisa Spatafore, the final number of students who did not upload vaccination proof to the Pyramed app was 69 students. After a year and a half of campus being closed and...

Universities where De Anza student-athletes plan to  transfer in 2021.

Pandemic throws student-athlete transfer plans into limbo

Rahul Makhijani, Reporter | June 26, 2021
While some already see COVID-19 becoming history, De Anza College student-athletes will disproportionately feel the impacts of the virus for years to come.
Mask mandate lifted for vaccinated: De Anza students thoughts

Mask mandate lifted for vaccinated: De Anza students’ thoughts

Kaylee Flores, Reporter | June 20, 2021
When California relaxed the mask mandate, vaccinated people started going without their masks — De Anza College students have mixed feelings about it.
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De Anza students change up their living spaces after a year in isolation

Johnny Dang, Reporter | June 14, 2021
People have now been stuck at home in the same living spaces for well over a year. For some De Anza College students, it is time to make some changes.
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