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DA Voices: what is the biggest challenge to your academic goals?

DA Voices: what is the biggest challenge to your academic goals?

Olga Geriaeva, Clara Chan
June 22, 2017
Filed under Features

Antoinique Smith, 42, Sociology Trying to raise a family and attend college at the same time while also being a mom and wife and a college student. I’m not only educating myself, but I have children who are getting their education. I’m doing a balancing act, balancing school, parenthood and being a...

Editor’s farewell column: Karan Abrol

Editor’s farewell column: Karan Abrol

Karan Abrol, Features Editor
June 22, 2017
Filed under Features, Opinions

Karan Abrol A week after I landed in the Bay Area, I went to an open mic night to stave off the loneliness and homesickness I was already starting to feel. Before starting, I told the crowd that it was my first week here, that my family was far away and that I'd lived all my life somewhere else. Almost ...

Editor’s farewell column: Chuckie Snyder

Editor’s farewell column: Chuckie Snyder

Chuckie Snyder, POP! EDITOR
June 22, 2017
Filed under Features, Opinions

Chuckie Snyder   I first joined La Voz in spring quarter of 2016 as a freelancer. I was hired as the film reviewer and given my own column entitled “Film School Dropout.” At the time, I didn’t realize that I was embarking on the most rewarding experience at De Anza College. Working side by side ...

DA Voices: Had parking lot incidents? Would security cameras help?

DA Voices: Had parking lot incidents? Would security cameras help?

Olga Geriaeva and Clara Chan
June 21, 2017
Filed under Features

Dareke Fleming, 44, History Twice my truck had been hit. It has probably cost me about $1500 worth of damage to my car, where somebody just hit my car and just walked away. It was basically a hit and run in the parking lot. It would have definitely helped if there were security cameras. I would've been a...

Dance students ‘Revive, Resist, Rejoice’ during De Anza College dance showcase

Dance students ‘Revive, Resist, Rejoice’ during De Anza College dance showcase

Audrey Marques, Staff Reporter
June 20, 2017
Filed under Features

The last dance showcase, “Revive, Resist, Rejoice” took place on June 9, at the Visual & Performing Arts Center at De Anza College. It was directed by student workshop veteran Arthur Arboleda, 22, English major, and the Administrative Director Lucas Warren. “We wanted to make this show a litt...

All the school’s a stage…

All the school’s a stage…

Audrey Marques, Staff Reporter
June 20, 2017
Filed under Features

Professional actors performed at De Anza last Tuesday, previewing three scenes of an original play written by a member of the theater faculty. Marilyn Patton, theater professor, organized the performance in Conference Room A in the Hinson Campus Center on June 6, featuring the new play “What You Will...

Criminalist provides examples of applying statistics in forensic science workshop in De Anza College

Criminalist provides examples of applying statistics in forensic science workshop in De Anza College

Vince Aguilar, Staff Reporter
June 12, 2017
Filed under Features

A criminalist from the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Crime Laboratory taught students how to walk away from arson and suggested a new item should be added to the game “Clue” during a killer workshop on the applications of statistics in her line of work. Criminalist Cordelia Willis was invited to ...

NASA engineer attends physics conference hosted by De Anza’s Physics club

NASA engineer attends physics conference hosted by De Anza’s Physics club

Yane An, Editor-In-Chief
June 12, 2017
Filed under Features

A NASA aerospace engineer told the story of how he got a 66 percent on a math test because he switched a negative and positive sign on the last page of the last problem, and how despite those kinds of obstacles getting him down, he kept moving forward, at the Leaps and Bounds physics conference hosted by the...

De Anza’s Auto Tech Club: Join a community for your life, career and self

Anas Mustafa, Staff Reporter
June 12, 2017
Filed under Features

De Anza’s Automotive Technology Club focuses on teaching students practical and theory work in regards to automotive technology. The club is an extremely connected and close knit community. Auto Tech Club president Brett Johnson, 23, is finishing his second year in the automotive program. Johnson...

De Anza’s Office of Equity hosts space panel and art exhibit to empower “femme” community

De Anza’s Office of Equity hosts space panel and art exhibit to empower “femme” community

Andrew Shinjo, Staff Reporter
June 12, 2017
Filed under Features

The De Anza College Office of Equity hosted the “Femme Space” panel and exhibit last Thursday to honor the late artist Amanda Harris. “Femme” refers to a feminine-appearing person in the LGBTQ community. Harris, a monumental figure in the femme community, helped bring awareness to femme identi...