The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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From left, Eric Penunuri, 19, computer science major; Juliette Leyva, 18, film/television (animation) major; Ofa Pahulu, 21, liberal arts (social behavioral science) major; and Natalia Jaramillo, 19, nursing major, participate in a panel on June 1. The De Anza students discussed their experiences with ethnic studies courses on campus.

Students and activists discuss ethnic studies at summit

Rory Conlon | June 14, 2023

Activists, educators and students discussed the formation and value of ethnic studies programs during a summit held in the California History Center on June 1.  Paul Fong, the keynote speaker at the...

The waterfall outside the L-Quad fills with water after the rain on June 6.

Photo Essay: Rain in June

Connor Blum | June 12, 2023

The Bay Area had an unusual situation on June 6 — rain! By this time of the year, temperatures normally reach 80 F. Students walking to class with umbrellas and jackets set a strange scene for what...

The West Coast Farmers Market, hosted at De Anza Colleges parking lot A, was packed with people as early as 10:30 a.m. on May 14.

Photo Essay: The West Coast Farmers Market offers fresh goods to community

Lauren Linh Bui | May 18, 2023

The West Coast Farmers Market is a year-round market in the Bay Area featuring vendors selling everything from organic products including vegetables and fruits to fresh-baked goods like bread and cookies. The...

A rainbow shines over the beautiful cliffs and ocean at Point Lobos, CA on Feb. 4.

Photo Essay: Four sights to visit not far from De Anza College

Connor Blum, Staff Reporter | February 10, 2023

The Bay Area is filled with plenty of things to do and a favorite for many is getting outside. De Anza College is conveniently located to see all these sights. These are some of the best places to spend...

The La Vita E Una Fontana fountain stands out as the centerpiece of the Sunken Garden, even without running water.

Details of De Anza

Saira Ahmed, Freelance Photographer | October 28, 2022

From colorful flowers to tiny creatures, the De Anza College campus homes many hidden elements that can be missed at first glance. Scroll through the photos below to see the many details of De Anza's...

Professor Janet Shaws ballet students rehearse in the dance studio for the first time in one and a half years.

How De Anza’s Creative Arts Division survived the pandemic

Rory Conlon, Reporter | November 22, 2021

After teaching remotely for one and a half years, professor Janet Shaw’s ballet classes have moved back in-person. In class, her students usually file into the dance studio, pull on their pointe shoes...

The photograph featured in Matt Cricks work My Street portrays a displays house in his neighborhood.

Photography: De Anza artist seeks meaningful works

Lianna Martinez, Staff Reporter | June 5, 2019

As a child he wanted nothing but to feel free in his own creativity. Matt Crick, 28, photography and digital media major, was a child who needed a  way to express himself. Growing up in a rough...

De Anza budget crisis: Photography

June 7, 2018

De Anza College’s photography department is one of 11 programs, voted on by the Instructional Planning and Budget Team, to be reviewed by an administrative Viability Advisory Team. The team will examine...

Six De Anza programs to undergo viability review

Six De Anza programs to undergo viability review

Ethan Maneja, Staff Reporter | April 30, 2018

Dance, photography and wildlife science technician programs have been selected for review by an upcoming Viability Advisory Team, following an April 24 vote by De Anza College’s Instructional Planning...

Campus Review: Photographer visits De Anza

Campus Review: Photographer visits De Anza

Andrew Boyce, Staff Writer | November 25, 2013

Bill Dane has been a photographer since 1969. He came to De Anza to show some of his work and share with students a few tips and some wisdom. Born in Pasadena, California, Dane joined the Army...

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