La Voz News

Mobile Farmers Market

Jenny Choi, Staff Reporter

December 10, 2019

Students can pick out fresh fruits and vegetables from the Mobile Farmers Market at affordable prices.

De Anza Library Tour

Jonathan Cabrera and Alex Woolner

December 10, 2019

De Anza Library offers a variety of utilities such as printing services, borrowing of laptops, and a quiet environment to help students study and work on their daily school work.

New club to promote mental health

Jenny Choi, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2019

After losing her mother at 8 and losing her 15-year-old niece to suicide, Sinh Do, 26, psychology major, decided to start a mental health club at De Anza College called Active Minds. Do, who sought treatment for depression, said raising awareness about mental health is one of her main goals in life. ...

Hong Kong protest tensions high among De Anza students

Hong Kong protest tensions high among De Anza students

Kathleen Quinn, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2019

Armed campus police conducted bag checks at an event about the protests in Hong Kong presented by prominent Umbrella Movement member, Alex Chow Yong-kang. Alan Cheng, De Anza College alumnus who grew up in Hong Kong, believed the security was important. “It is necessary.” he said. “It is necessary.” ...

FKA Twigs Shocks Listeners With Raw Feelings of Her Truth

FKA Twigs Shocks Listeners With Raw Feelings of Her Truth

Yorsabell Wodaj, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2019

FKA Twigs strays from her usual sound flawlessly to exceed listeners expectations in her new album “Magdalene.” Twigs takes the usual dance and electronic sound into an art that depicts a story from song to song. Five years since her last album release, Twigs presents a raw musical experience...

Faculty expresses concern over broken EV charging stations on campus

Faculty expresses concern over broken EV charging stations on campus

Bhuvaneshwari Natarajan, Staff Reporter

December 2, 2019

De Anza College faculty requested the replacement of 10 new electric vehicle charging stations for staff cars because all of the current charging stations are broken. Faculty are still waiting to get a clear timeline and see a concrete action on the EV charging station replacements on campus. This...

Rosalia explores bolder beats and new styles in single “A Pale”

Rosalia explores bolder beats and new styles in single “A Pale”

Nathalia Moran, Staff Reporter

December 2, 2019

Rosalia fuses flamenco and other urban beats in energetic and dynamic new single, “A Pale.” Released on Nov. 7, the song celebrates the one year anniversary of her debut album “El Mal Querer.” Following the success of recent hits like “Con Altura” feat. J. Balvin and “Yo x Ti, Tu...

Disney+ Breaks The Internet

Disney+ Breaks The Internet

Andrew Jaramillo, Staff Reporter

December 2, 2019

Disney+ is giving competitors Netflix and Hulu a run for their money, even with connectivity issues and errors that plagued it early on. The service has been stabilized since its bumpy Nov. 4 launch and I’m totally obsessed with the amount of binge-worthy content that Disney+ has to offer for just ...

Immigration event links climate change to mass movements

Annalise Freimarck, Campus Beat Editor

November 25, 2019

Catherine Tactaquin, executive director of the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, spoke on the connection between global immigration and climate change on Nov. 12, in collaboration with Vasconcellos Institute for Democracy in Action. “These are two of the most significant issues...

Climate Reality Project to urge student awareness, activism

Saman Mashayekhi, Staff Reporter

November 20, 2019

The environmental studies department is working with the Santa Clara chapter of the Climate Reality Project to host a climate presentation for De Anza College students and faculty, urging them to take action against climate change. William Roeder, the department chair of environmental studies and...