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Passion for social issues inspires art

Passion for social issues inspires art

Frank Bellido, Staff Reporter
June 2
Filed under Features, Showcase

From paintings and sculptures to furniture and mixed media pieces, a variety of art works, each of their own theme, is on display in the Euphrat Museum of Art this quarter as features in the spring Student Art Show. No singular motif unifies the artwork in the show, but the sections are carefully laid out to emphasize the...

A sense of security unraveled

A sense of security unraveled

Kassandra Amper, Staff Writer
May 31
Filed under Features, Showcase

Drake’s classmate approached her, held her in a tight embrace and tried to kiss her. She told him to stop multiple times. Her attacker, a former De Anza College student who transferred out after winter quarter, had been harassing Drake, 20, film and TV production major, for months prior to the assault,...

SFMOMA: A local treasure becomes a national treasure

SFMOMA: A local treasure becomes a national treasure

Paul Ledesma, Staff Writer
May 18
Filed under Features, Showcase

The massive Alexander Calder mobile suspended through the iconic skylight illuminates the expansive black granite floored atrium when you step into the main lobby of the reopened San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Besides it and the altered main staircase, there’s little else from this perspective...

1 in 23,000: Carmen Urtecho

1 in 23,000: Carmen Urtecho

Will Savage, Staff Reporter
May 17
Filed under Features, Showcase, Sports

Carmen Urtecho is a Shortstop for De Anza's Softball team. “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.

Beware the Cult of the Vegan

Beware the Cult of the Vegan

Taylor Bicht, Co-Sports Editor
May 17
Filed under Opinions, Showcase

The world of food and dieting is a confusing place filled with gobs of options waiting for you to make the wrong decision. To limit confusion and avoid sharing the eating habits of a rabbit, refrain from joining the radical Cult of the Vegan. Veganism is an lifestyle that doesn’t allow ...

TV celebrities urge De Anza students: Register to vote!

TV celebrities urge De Anza students: Register to vote!

Anthony Montes, Ruben Mendoza, Staff Writers
May 17
Filed under News, Showcase

Two celebrity activists came to De Anza College to encourage students to take action and register to vote before the May 23 registration deadline. Students rallied in front of the Hinson Campus Center to meet Kendrick Sampson of “How to get away with murder” and “Teen Wolf” actor Max Carver on Thursday, May ...

Tennis drops state, season ends

Tennis drops state, season ends

Taylor Bicht, Co-Sports Editor
May 3
Filed under Showcase, Sports

The De Anza women’s tennis team missed a chance at a fairy tale season ending when they lost 5-1 in the 2016 CCCAA Team State championship to Cerritos College on April 20. The loss is not for naught as the team won the Northern California championship against Cañada College, who was previo...

UC Davis: The need for institutional transparancy

UC Davis: The need for institutional transparancy

Laura Shkouratoff, Staff Reporter
May 3
Filed under Opinions, Showcase

In 2011, students assembled at UC Davis for a peaceful protest. Frustrated with the demonstration, the school’s administration brought police officers clad in riot gear, who used pepper spray to disperse the protesters. Later, according to a report by the Sacramento Bee, the school paid image consultants...