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Final Revolution

Ruby Veloz, Staff Reporter | March 9, 2020

If you’ve been at De Anza long enough, chances are you’ve sat in a class while a professor asked who’d like to have a take-home final instead of an in-person one, and I’ll be the first to admit...

Student Services and Helpful Resources at De Anza College

Student Services and Helpful Resources at De Anza College

Audrey Marques, Design Editor | September 28, 2017

Starting the school new year, many new students arrive and want to get into what is around the Campus.  De Anza College has many resources that can help students during their time here, just as an example,...

SJ Earthquakes Player Balances Ball and Books

SJ Earthquakes Player Balances Ball and Books

Elizabeth Rodriguez, Staff Writer | March 17, 2015

You think being a De Anza College student is difficult? Try playing professional soccer at the same time. That’s the life of Gustavo Silva, 22, and he’s loving it. Silva currently plays center back/leftback...

International student tuition base increase

Naomi Fuhrmann, Staff Writer | February 2, 2015

Most recently trustess approved a $3 increas in non-resident student tuition, increasing the international student tuition from $147 to $152 per quarter-unit for the 2015-2016 school year. The international...

Letter to the editor

Leonard Del Rosario, De Anza student | February 2, 2015

Dear Editor, As a recent college student graduate, I found it hard to budget the bills that I needed to pay in my college career. The minimum wage is a bare minimum that college students can hardly...

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