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Featured authors speak of their families and heritage

Yami Sun, Staff Reporter

March 21, 2019


Filed under Campus Beat

Two of this year’s featured authors were invited to Silicon Valley Reads 2019 to lead a conversation about family history and self-identity on Feb. 27 at the Visual and Performance Arts Center. “Finding Samuel Lowe” by Paula Williams Madison is a remarkable journey about one woman’s search for ...

Silicon Valley Reads focuses on caregiving, solidarity

Silicon Valley Reads focuses on caregiving, solidarity

Ethan Maneja, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2018


Filed under Features, Impulse

The Silicon Valley Reads Kick-Off event was hosted at De Anza College’s Visual and Performing Arts Center on Feb. 1 and featured an on-stage interview of this year’s selected authors. Silicon Valley Reads is a local program that uses literature as a method to open discussion of important theme...

Exhibit Opens At Euphrat

Exhibit Opens At Euphrat

Steven Hall, Staff Writer

February 10, 2015


Filed under Features, Showcase, Student Life

“Mooncakes, Churros, and Cherry Pie.” If this seems like a odd assortment of culinary confections, that’s because it is the name of the latest art exhibition at the Euphrat Museum of Art at De Anza College. Featured artworks include a set of photorealistic fruits and vegetables made entirely out...

Silicon Valley Reads comes to De Anza

Silicon Valley Reads comes to De Anza

Krystal Alvarado, Staff Writer

February 3, 2014


Filed under Features

De Anza College is hosting Silicon Valley Reads events that kicks off today Feb. 3. The two books selected are “The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to our Brains” by Nicholas Carr and “Mr. Penumbra’s 24 Hour Bookstore” by Robin Sloan. This year’s theme is “Books and Technology:...

Authors at Silicon Valley Reads 2013 closing event

Kelsey Purpura, Staff Writer

April 21, 2013


Filed under Uncategorized

Authors Brian Castner and Sue Diaz were featured at the closing event of the Silicon Valley Reads, hosted at Cupertino Community Hall April 13. The event was the last of about 140 activities on the theme of “Invisible Wounds of War,” Focusing on two books for adults and five books for children...