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Students advocate for Filipino ethnic studies class

Thomas Anthony, Staff Reporter

March 19, 2019


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In a rare move, De Anza students who advocate for a Filipino Studies class are taking steps to create the course curriculum themselves. The Filipino Class Committee hopes to get a Filipino ethnic class in the Intercultural Studies department running by Fall quarter, 2020. In order to do so, the committee nee...

Black History Month ends with sounds of love and liberation

Black History Month ends with sounds of love and liberation

Thomas Anthony, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2019


Filed under Campus Beat, Campus Beat

Spurred on by the beat of the drums, several students got up and started dancing. More joined, and soon the whole room was on their feet, moving to the music. The good vibrations were palpable in the Euphrat Museum on Feb. 28, where Janetta Coleman and the Monsoon provided the soundtrack for the month’s...

Visiting speakers series humanizes hardships of immigrants

Visiting speakers series humanizes hardships of immigrants

Sara Sanderford, Staff Reporter

November 27, 2018


Filed under Campus Beat, Campus Beat

Survivors of oppression shared their stories with De Anza College students and faculty at the ‘Moving Stories’ event on Nov.13 as a part of DASB ‘Visiting Speakers’ series. Deborah Garinkle, part-time english instructor, sponsored the panel in hopes that it would humanize stories. “I care about the complexity of bringing people together,” Garf...