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Bot students inhibiting precious campus resources

La Voz Editorial Board | February 9, 2024

Ghost students continue to overwhelm De Anza and its faculty to the detriment of actual students this winter quarter. On June 27, the spring 2023 the La Voz Editorial Board wrote about “ghost” students...

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Editorial: Administration must condemn hate, protect students’ rights

La Voz Editorial Board | December 2, 2023

Since Hamas’s attack on Israel on Oct. 7, college campuses across the country have seen a dramatic spike in public incidents of antisemitism and Islamophobia. Students have reported being doxxed, discriminated...

Cuts to the College Promise are killing De Anza slowly

Cuts to the College Promise are killing De Anza slowly

La Voz Editorial Board | October 28, 2023

The De Anza College Promise, one of the main reasons 8,720 students chose De Anza of its total 14,552 students enrolled in the 2022 spring quarter, according to data that FHDA Chancellor Lee Lambert provided,...

Ghost students create rigged system for community colleges

Ghost students create rigged system for community colleges

La Voz Editorial Board | June 27, 2023

In communities where school is a place for students to flourish and have access to resources when necessary, it is unsettling to think that 20% of California’s community college applications are fraudulent. These...

Student mental health: Treatment requires accountability from selves and schools

Student mental health: Treatment requires accountability from selves and schools

La Voz Editorial Board | May 31, 2023

In a land flowing with milk and honey, that being a society overflowing with resources at every corner of our reach, it is a wonder why more than 60% of college students struggle with at least one mental...

Mass shootings: An American epidemic

Mass shootings: An American epidemic

La Voz Editorial Board | February 2, 2023

The future of our country lies in the enactment of sensible restrictions around the ownership of firearms as well as comprehensive education regarding safe use of firearms. The outrageous amount of...

Sample Drawing of the Foothill-De Anza Community College District area map as done on DistrictR, the software Redistricting Partners has configured for the district. Community members can use the site to submit their own maps to the Board.

2022 redistricting: Foothill and De Anza students need to make their voices heard

La Voz Editorial Board | January 6, 2022

As it goes with politics, we are told that elected representatives are supposed to serve us, their constituents. Yet, when the time comes for us to convey our wants and needs, our voices are often not...

Left to right, Kathleen Quinn, Editor-in-Chief, Aliya Nupbay, Impulse Editor, Joaquin Torres, Opinions Editor, Anthony Lucido, Social Media Editor, Annalise Friemarck, News Editor, Ashley Gonzales, Web Editor

La Voz will not stand with the college’s status quo

La Voz Editorial Board | June 12, 2020

As journalists, we have a responsibility to seek the truth and report it. Over the past three weeks, we have seen statements of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement from the De Anza Community...

Editorial: Flint Center should be student housing

La Voz Editorial board | January 27, 2020

To the Foothill-De Anza Board of Trustees, Cupertino residents’ needs come before students'. The plan to create a new events space instead of affordable student housing shows disregard for students...

Editorial: DASB senator pay undeserved and irresponsible

La Voz Editorial board | May 17, 2019

The student government leader’s resolution to pay DASB senators for their work shows just how self-indulgent and out of touch they are with De Anza College’s financial reality. During their May...

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