The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

About La Voz News

La Voz News is written and published by De Anza College students as a First Amendment student newspaper. It was founded in 1967, the same year De Anza opened.

La Voz News is partially funded by the De Anza Associated Student Government and is printed by the Folger Graphics Company.

Staff editorials reflect the opinions of the majority of the editorial board and not necessarily the views of the entire La Voz Staff. Opinions expressed by staff and contributors are the opinions of the individuals and not necessarily the opinions of La Voz News.

You can search La Voz archives back to about 2005 using the search box.

We have bound paper issues going back to 1967 in our office in L41 and in the De Anza Library.

Requests to remove content

As with other professional and student newsrooms, La Voz News sets the bar high when considering removal of content from our website.

We student journalists strive daily to preserve the integrity of the published record, including publishing timely corrections or clarifications. We do this in the interest of the public’s right to know now—and in the future.

Take-down requests are generally not accepted, but are weighed on a case-by-case basis with senior editors and Faculty Adviser Farideh Dada, and some situations may require legal guidance.

In general, La Voz News is not obliged to take down material that was lawful at the time it was published. This includes content that not defamatory nor an invasion of the individual’s privacy. The fact that someone finds it embarrassing or bothersome does not obligate La Voz News to remove it.

Additionally, material that was lawful at the time of its original publication does not become improper with the passage of time. La Voz News cannot be held liable for its failure to update past news articles.

A guiding principle for journalists in making ethical decisions, however, is to “minimize harm” on sensitive stories or when interviewing private individuals unfamiliar with prevailing journalism standards. For this reason, La Voz News reviews each request carefully before deciding whether to remove it from its site.

To contact the editorial staff, email [email protected]

Contact Us:

Mailing address

La Voz News
Journalism Department, L-41
De Anza College
20250 Stevens Creek Blvd.
Cupertino, CA 95014


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