La Voz News

Light reading: Food Labels for snacks

Mary Sullivan, Guest Columnist

May 1, 2018


Filed under Campus Beat, Contributors, Health

Nutritional labels are your window into what you’re eating. It lists serving size, calories and nutrient information. Consider snack food for mid-morning or afternoon munchies, which should be between 100-200 calories, but be smart. When you go to the bookstore, you find a bag of chips with 150 cal...

Wellness is a balancing act of health and expectations

Mary Sullivan, Guest Columnist

April 23, 2018


Filed under Campus Beat, Contributors, Features

In the rush of the first week of Spring quarter, let’s look at the balancing act of health and happiness encompassing wellness. Basic needs are available to students such as food, clothing, shelter. In addition, related to health and wellness there are modern conveniences such as electricity and...

Light up legally | Stoner Corner

Stoner Corner, Columnists

April 22, 2018


Filed under Campus Beat, Contributors, Stoner Corner

Glad tidings, and welcome to the first edition of the La Voz News Stoner Corner. This column will focus mainly on marijuana’s medical and recreational uses, while illuminating the laws and practices that make enjoying marijuana safe, legal and efficient. We hope that everyone who participated in 4/...

Field of broken dreams: De Anza College baseball team seeks answers

Field of broken dreams: De Anza College baseball team seeks answers

Matt Risko, Christian Babcock, and Genevieve Kolar

March 18, 2018


Filed under Baseball, Contributors, Features, Showcase, Sports

Friday, Feb. 23 was supposed to be the dawn of a new day for De Anza College’s baseball program. Instead, fallout from the day’s events has left the team without a home field, fighting for answers from both administration and athletics personnel.

Lost and Found in Oinofyta

Lost and Found in Oinofyta

Elias Kamal, Guest Contributor

October 13, 2017


Filed under Contributors, Features, Showcase

“You look Afghan. Are you Afghan?” This first interaction at the refugee camp was with a small boy of about six years old, with tousled hair and bruises on his face. He steered his bike in curious circles around me, pushing squeaky pedals with worn out flip-flops, and asked again, “Are you Afghan?”...

Culture Shock Therapy: “Oh my god, I’m like, so sorry, I totally almost killed you”

Ryan Brusuelas

August 2, 2010


Filed under Contributors, Opinions

If you have entered one of the parking lots at De Anza and come out alive then consider yourself lucky.So, I finish my math class the other day and come to a stop sign in Parking Lot A. As I consider what my hypothetical future would have been had I actually paid attention during the math classes i...

Culture Shock Therapy: “What shall we do with a time machine? Steal, of course”

Ryan Brusuelas

August 2, 2010


Filed under Contributors, Opinions

When I approached a group of 5-year-olds at a family reunion, I decided to ask them what adventures they would partake in if they possessed a time machine.I expected an answer of imaginative and elaborate schemes involving dinosaurs and flying cars, but the group quickly came to a unanimous decision:...

Reality 101

Coree J. Hogan

June 10, 2010


Filed under Contributors, Opinions

Out of all four seasons, the one that I detest most is summer, which is currently approaching us, much to my dismay and frustration. Summer brings a massive collection of elements that makes me want to hibernate for the subsequent months. If that were possible, I'd be likely to enjoy these nefariously ho...

Ask Doctor Stupid

Josh Davis

June 10, 2010


Filed under Contributors, Opinions

Sexually obsessed and sexually repressed. Sex is this thing that everyone's having but no one's supposed to. You're judged if you're having sex and you're judged for not having sex. If you are having sex you're being judged for who you're having sex with, how old they are, what gender they are, and ho...