La Voz News

Goodbye Steve Jobs

La Voz Editorial Board

October 9, 2011

This week De Anza College mourns the loss of Silicon Valley's prodigal son, Steve Jobs, co-founder and CEO of Apple, Inc.  Jobs formed Apple in his parent's garage with friend and colleague Steve Wozniak. Both attended De Anza. in the past. With the advent of iMacs, iPods, iPhones and iPads, Apple is a company whos...

Welcome to Fall 2011

Andrew Puckett, Editor-in-Chief

September 25, 2011

Welcome back to school, De Anza students!  Summer has finally come to a close and the time to hit the books has returned.  If any of you are like me, this is a rather difficult pill to swallow.  The days of sleeping in until noon, the nights of staying up until sunrise with friends&hel...

Use your summer wisely! Take a summer course

La Voz Editorial Board

June 12, 2011

The 2010-11 academic year has been a long and burdensome one with a poignant atmosphere. With budget cuts on the rise, students and faculty fret about what programs will be cut and whose jobs will be lost. As the year finally rolls around to an end, the pace is slowly starting to transform and new p...

De Anza derailed by developmental classes

La Voz Weekly

March 1, 2011

The cutting of classes is inevitable. As De Anza College fills with students, its classes fill as well. Heated debates fester in the wings, looming with metaphorical reapers, looking to bring an end to vital college programs. Each quarter, classes such as EWRT 1A and statistics are inundated with regi...

Bring back vendors to bring us more money

La Voz Weekly

February 7, 2011

For students everywhere, including De Anza College, going to classes, taking tests and getting into teacher's office hours takes up so much of our day, we often forget to grab that all-important meal to keep our energy levels up and bouncing. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are victims of our scheduling co...

EDITORIAL | Thank you for being De Anza

June 10, 2010

Community college means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. It means the chance to be the first generation with a college education for a low-income student. It means a way to be promoted at a job for a single mother who wants her child to have a better life. It could simply mean...