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Vida Spring Quarter Project Fair: students discuss how to improve the community

Vida Spring Quarter Project Fair: students discuss how to improve the community

Chris Zepeda

April 21, 2016 • 0 comments

La Voz staffer logged into MyPortal, OK’d senate candidate to vote for him

Sergio Valencia, Staff Writer

During election week, recently reinstated senator Chung Heng Lee approached me about voting. He asked me questions about the DASB Senate voting and if I knew the candidate...  Read More »

April 19, 2016 • 0 comments

Disqualified DASB senators reinstated

Duane Soubirous, Staff Writer

The two senators-elect disqualified by the previous senate after finishing first and third in the general election have been allowed to join this school year’s DASB Senate. ...  Read More »

April 19, 2016 • 0 comments

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We get it: You vape (but you shouldn’t)

We get it: You vape (but you shouldn’t)

Andrew Pouliot, Staff Writer

Cigarettes and e-cigarettes, or vapes, have been banned on campus at De Anza College for some time, outside of four designated smoking areas near parking lots around campus. Howe...  Read More »

April 19, 2016 • 8 comments

Scams on campus: students may get ripped off, administration needs to act

Scams on campus: students may get ripped off, administration needs to act

Alex Jain, Staff Reporter

Bulletin boards are a fixture at De Anza college, and can be found throughout campus, loudly advertising anything from local events to job offers. However, many of these bulletin boards a...  Read More »

April 19, 2016 • 0 comments

Let the people use the pool

Let the people use the pool

Andrew Pouliot, Staff Writer

Despite the olympic sized racing pool and the approach of summer, De Anza’s pool is only available to the swim team and to PE classes that involve swimming; the pool is c...  Read More »

April 19, 2016 • 0 comments

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1 in 23,000: Alex plays the piano with passion

1 in 23,000: Alex plays the piano with passion

Matt Shamshoian, Web Editor

“1 in 23,000" is a series of videos by La Voz reporters highlighting individual students, staff and faculty at De Anza who do something interesting.

April 28, 2016 • 0 comments

“Jungle Book” review: Another Disney triumph

“Jungle Book” review: Another Disney triumph

Lloyd Snyder, Staff Writer

Disney strikes gold again! Hot off the heals of their smash hit “Zootopia,” it delivers another stirring triumph, this time with a live-action film. Director Jon Favreau...  Read More »

April 21, 2016 • 0 comments

“Who We Be” art exhibition: Race still divides us

“Who We Be” art exhibition: Race still divides us

Sabrina Paras, Staff Writer

Who would have figured that such a small room, what appeared to have a maximum persons capacity of 10 people, could carry 50 years of America’s greatest racial struggles and c...  Read More »

April 21, 2016 • 0 comments

Recent Features Stories

Dancers Perform in "Dreamsicle", choreographed as part of the De Anza Winter Concert.

Movement can be life-changing

April 19, 2016

Learn while traveling with De Anza study abroad program

April 19, 2016

Dr. Ivan Gulkoff, of Mountain View, California, hands tickets to people to see his dime museum.

Local artists collaborate with community

April 19, 2016

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Bicht Please

Baseball team deserves improved facilities

Taylor Bicht, Sports Editor

The Foothill-De Anza Board of Trustees voted on Feb. 8 to explore using De Anza’s baseball field for temporary parking for two years while the Flint Parking Garage is closed for repairs. The field would be “replaced in kind,” said Donna Jones- Dulin, associate vice president of college operations. “This means there would be no upgrades to the field but that...  Read More »

Mar 12 • 0 comments

Competition impacts the mind

Taylor Bicht, Sports Editor

In light of the many domestic violence charges and lack of role models in sports, athletes have come under fire, with blame being put solely on them. Before we judge and apply every stereotype in the book to these athletes, let’s look how competition impacts them. In youth, competition is embedded in every aspect of life for athletes, with parents pushing for their...  Read More »

Feb 16 • 0 comments

Patience, Raiders fans

Taylor Bicht, Sports Editor

Relax Raiders fans, your beloved team is going nowhere, at least for now. Last Tuesday’s landmark decision means that the St. Louis Rams will move to Los Angeles this year. The San Diego Chargers will likely join them soon, leaving the Raiders as the odd team out. The City of Los Angeles is unlikely  to host three teams. Now that the move has been officially rejected,...  Read More »

Jan 19 • 0 comments

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