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Jacqueline (Jackie) Chan poses for a photo by in front of the pool in the Physical Education quad before the student-athlete awards on

The De Anza 2024 Women’s Most Inspirational Award Winner

Anthony Politi, La Voz Staff | June 21, 2024

Jackie Chan, 33, computer science major, was nominated for the Most Inspirational Athlete Award at the Student-Athlete Awards Ceremony after bouncing back from years of tremendous odds where her body was...

An image created using canva about Donald Trumps conviction.

DA Voices: What is your opinion on Donald Trump’s felony conviction?

Marissa Rentschler, La Voz Staff | June 21, 2024

“DA Voices” is a recurring feature used to spotlight De Anza College’s diverse community voices. We ask the same question to different people and arrange their quotes so that readers can see varying...

Jordan Leach sits in his De Anza Mountain Lions football uniform.

De Anza 2024 Men’s Mountain Lion Award Winner

Anthony Politi, La Voz Staff | June 20, 2024

Jordan Leach, 24, kinesiology major, was nominated for the Mountain Lion Award after having a great season for the De Anza Mountain Lions football team, putting up 76 tackles, eight sacks and two forced...

Shoppers gather in De Anzas A lot for the first flea market of the summer at De Anza College on June 1.

Attendees close in on summer with an outing at the flea market

Alexander Stoev, La Voz Staff | June 13, 2024

If you happened to be on the De Anza campus between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. on June 1, chances are you caught the monthly De Anza Flea Market, which recurs on the first Saturday of every month. Like any other...

Francisco Silvester Hernandez Ojeda, 40, film and television major, speaks for an interview with La Voz News at the Advanced Technology Center on May 8.

Film and Television students prepare for the 45th Annual Student Film Festival

Joshua Hascall, La Voz Staff | June 12, 2024

As the 45th annual De Anza Student Film Festival approaches, La Voz news went to the Film and Television department in Advanced Technology Center on the De Anza Campus to interview students and faculty...

Attendees play games and visit booths at the Spring Carnival on May 30 in the main quad.

De Anza College Spring Carnival 2024

Nello Puelles, La Voz Staff | June 11, 2024

De Anza Student Government Spring Carnival brought a day full of fun to the campus on May 30 in the main and S quad. Attendees enjoyed carnival games like ring toss and balloon darts. Traditional carnival...

Vendors encircle De Anzas main quad on Tuesday, May 21, for the spring quarter Mini Flea Market.

De Anza Student Government fosters community with a Mini Flea Market

Marissa Rentschler, La Voz Staff | June 10, 2024

White and rainbow tents lined the main quad on Tuesday, May 21, featuring regular sellers from De Anza College’s monthly flea market. The scaled-down experience of the monthly Saturday market allows...

Student staff form a group huddle during the De Anza 2.5 Hackathon on June 1 in the Science Center.

De Anza hackathon returns for Spring and comes with a twist

Allan Galeana, La Voz Staff | June 7, 2024

The De Anza developers program held a two day hackathon from May 31 and June 1 in the Science Center, with 133 students attending over both days. The projects' focus were on physical hardware...

Chris Winn sings for Cult Mind at Trash House for Spankyfest on Aug. 5, 2023.

Bay Area hardcore musician archives the local scene

Vincent Scrivens, La Voz Staff | June 2, 2024

Looking at him, he’s a clean-cut, professional and approachable man in charge of coordinating the logistics and safety of events at De Anza College. However, going to a hardcore punk show and seeing...

People socialize and walk around the L quad on May 11. De Anza campus is open for any international student.

Navigating and learning about culture shocks among international students

Marcela Leticia Borges, La Voz Staff | June 1, 2024

Continuing studies after high school can be a huge milestone in many people's lives. With the increasing internationalization of colleges and universities, and the increasing diversity of students from...

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