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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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The FAPAC is encouraging students to vote in the upcoming election, through outreach efforts such as presenting in different classes.

Faculty Association Political Action Committee urges students to vote through outreach

Kaveh Nasseri Mashhadi, Reporter | October 15, 2020

Correction* This article and its headline have been corrected to say Faculty Association Political Action Committee, instead of Foothill-De Anza Association Political Committee. The Foothill-De Anza district...


Attention Students: Be Counted in the 2020 Census!

Paul Feist and Paige Marlatt Dorr | March 18, 2020

Your response impacts funding for student financial aid, healthcare, housing, transportation and other important services. California community college students have a chance to make real change in...

Stressing the importance of voting

Johanna Berntsson, Staff Reporter | October 25, 2018

With the current political climate in this country, we are in desperate need of something to change and if you don’t like how this country is run, you need to get out and vote. A recent CNN poll showed...

Same–sex marriage: Proof people can make a difference

Same–sex marriage: Proof people can make a difference

Pati Shojaee | November 3, 2014

It’s easy to go on thinking you can’t change the world or make a difference; that this country is set in its ways and change is impossible. That is simply not true. On July 28, 1969, the Stonewall...

Mail-in ballot dropbox located in the main quad of the De Anza campus.

ELECTION DAY: Need to know information

October 10, 2014

ELECTION DAY November 4 REGISTER TO VOTE BY October 20 HOW DO I REGISTER? DMV, request a registration form from the nearest county office or online at http://register to WHERE...

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