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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

On March 7, Ron Hannon was named new Director of Athletics & Student-Athlete Success at De Anza College, replacing Kulwant Singh who retired after 31 years.

New Athletic Director Ron Hannon is ready for his biggest challenge yet

Aaron Johnson, Reporter | May 13, 2022

Ron Hannon has had a burning passion for sports for as long as he can remember.  “When I was younger, it didn’t matter if we were trying to win a conference championship or just racing to the water...

Chief of Police Danny Acosta was appointed in 2018. (Courtesy of De Anza College)

Foothill-De Anza chief of police talks about ‘reimagining public safety’ post George Floyd

Rory Conlon, Reporter | March 15, 2022

The Foothill-De Anza Chief of Police, Daniel Acosta, addressed public safety concerns and talked about increased accountability measures being taken by his department during a zoom panel on Feb. 8.  Acosta...

Isaiah Nengo, former De Anza College professor and famed anthropologist at a dig site in Kenya.
(Courtesy of De Anza College)

Isaiah Nengo, former De Anza professor and groundbreaking anthropologist, remembered for his dedication to students and equity

Michael Davis, Editor Emeritus | February 28, 2022

Isaiah Nengo, doctor in biological anthropology and former De Anza professor, died on Jan. 23, at the age of 60. Nengo’s biggest accomplishment in the world of anthropology was the discovery of a...

In Nov. 2020, Alysa Cisneros became Sunnyvales first openly-queer and Latina politician. She is also teaching grassroots democracy and American government at De Anza College.

Vice Mayor Alysa Cisneros is making history and returning to her De Anza roots

Rory Conlon, Reporter | February 16, 2022

The city of Sunnyvale has found itself in the news a lot lately.  In addition to fighting off an invasion of crows (yes, crows), the city also made a bit of its own history in 2020 when it elected...

Coach Tony Santos (center, white towel) and his staff address their football team ahead of their final game together against Yuba College on Nov. 8.

3:10 to Yuba: The final road trip of the ‘Santos era’ for De Anza Football

Kevin Nguyen, Editor-in-Chief | February 11, 2022
Six-hour bus rides, a massive win and an unintentional farewell. How the Mountain Lions managed to put it all together at the very end of their toughest year.
De Anza College was aiming to be at least 65 percent in-person by spring, but the recent omicron surge has added more uncertainty to the situation.

De Anza College wanted to return in-person. Then, omicron happened.

Maida Suta, Impulse and Opinions Editor | February 8, 2022

When De Anza President Lloyd Holmes said that he wanted the college to commit to an on-campus return by spring quarter 2022, students and staff alike were abuzz about their aspirations and hope for a return...

De Anza aims to be a more safe and inclusive space for LGBTQ community

De Anza aims to be a more safe and inclusive space for LGBTQ community

Ayah Ali-Ahmad, Freelance | January 25, 2022

Last spring the Women, Gender and Sexuality Center — formally known as the Jean Miller Resource Room — conducted a survey that polled LGBTQ identifying De Anza College students to gauge the needs and...

(From left to right) Tu Tran, Sandra Ho and Brandon Pham prepare Mochatas signature donuts at their house in San Jose on Nov. 21. They bake and live together.

Math, marketing and mochi: How ‘Mochata’ team became bakers and saved their friendship in the process

Kevin Nguyen, Features Editor | December 16, 2021

While everyone was learning about sourdough starter at the onset of the pandemic, Erik Pham, who is a highschool math teacher by day, started experimenting with mochiko rice flour for the first time in...

Vanisha Ojha is a 19-year-old international transfer student who is studying business. She transferred this quarter to De Anza College from India and currently works in the school cafeteria.

The international student workforce that keeps De Anza going

Courtney McClain, Reporter | December 15, 2021

After not having on-campus schooling for a year and a half, the international transfer students at De Anza College have come together to help revive the  school’s vital functions. The cafeteria, book-store...

Source: De Anzas Villages homepage

De Anza College seeks to connect students through “Villages”

Kaylee Flores, Reporter | December 12, 2021

In the fall 2021 quarter, De Anza College’s Guided Pathways initiative announced the new student “Villages.” Guided Pathways is an educational model drafted by a team of classified professionals,...

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