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De Anza should proudly embrace its mascot, the ‘Don’

De Anza should proudly embrace its mascot, the ‘Don’

Trisha Reyes, Staff Reporter
March 20
Filed under Opinions, Uncategorized

Trisha Reyes Surprisingly, De Anza actually has a mascot, and it’s not that iconic arch that is plastered all over the website and commonly associated with the school’s logo. We are actually the De Anza Dons. That’s right. You’re a Don; I’m a don.  We are all De Anza Dons. A “Don” has been know...

The new California budget shows little concern for the needs of community colleges

The new California budget shows little concern for the needs of community colleges

Nick Girard, Staff Reporter
March 20
Filed under Opinions, Showcase, Uncategorized

Nick Girard It’s California’s legal obligation under prop 98. With the governor’s current proposed budget, California community Colleges (CCCs) will be sapped of funding which should already be guaranteed. 45 million dollars, derived from the state’s income-tax-funded general fund, should be...

Fight Nazis with peaceful condemnation, not punches

Fight Nazis with peaceful condemnation, not punches

Kunal Mehta, Staff Reporter
February 7
Filed under Opinions, Uncategorized

We’ve all seen the movies – Captain America and his shield bashing Nazis left and right. If one of the most iconic symbols of American Freedom does it, are we supposed to follow his example? After the inauguration of President Trump, white supremacist and Nazi Richard Spencer was punched in the...

What we need from VTA’s biggest expansion in 10 years

What we need from VTA’s biggest expansion in 10 years

Vincente, Aguilar
February 7
Filed under Opinions, Uncategorized

Making my way downtown, walking fast, faces pass and I'm De Anza bound. The regular routine that students coming on and off of De Anza College campus are used to is going to change this Fall 2017. The changes to the routes, times and destinations are vast. Valley Transit Authority planned a new overhaul...

Photo editor

Photo editor

January 26
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Matthew Fernandez is a Professional Photography student at De Anza College. Starting out as a freelance photographer for two quarters, Matthew became part of La Voz editor staff in Fall 2016 as Photo Editor. Matthew is passionate about photography and enjoys the many different photographic genres. On his...

Editor-in-Chief Profile

Editor-in-Chief Profile

January 26
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With a big love for all stories, Yane is passionate about meeting new people and hearing what they have to say. Every decision made under her guidance is guided with the personal belief that media should bridge and communicate between groups and individuals, not divide. Anyone can contact her at [email protected]..

Opinions Editor

Opinions Editor

January 25
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Neil McClintick, 20, is a political science major and second year student at De Anza. He is a lead organizer on campus for De Anza's Political Revolution, a grassroots network  loosely based on the message of Bernie Sanders that seeks to teach students how to effectively organize and promote a progressive...

Criticisms from the clubless

Sarah Helwig, Staff Reporter
January 25
Filed under Opinions, Uncategorized

  De Anza clubs aim to remedy the effects of commuter school isolation, but club multiplicity is detrimental to productivity and outreach. As a student who has been here for more than three years, I have never felt the need to join a club. At a community college, where students stay an average of two years, club life is inherently not suited to thr...

Co-features editor

Co-features editor

January 25
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Jasmin Remram is a 19 year old English major. She's lived in more places than she knows what to do with, and in her free time she likes to go to the beach and contemplate the void.

Co-features editor

Co-features editor

January 25
Filed under Uncategorized

Aysha Rehman, 19, is an aerospace engineering major that's in love with art, writing and everything outer space. In her free time she can be found painting, baking or contemplating the deep mysteries of life and the universe surrounding earth's feeble existence.