LA VOZ NEWS

‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ great adventurous story

Jeffrey Windham, Staff Reporter

June 13, 2018


Filed under Features, Impulse, Reviews

“Solo: A Star Wars Story” is a refreshing pivot from traditional Star Wars movies in the same universe. You’re rooting for criminals instead of the more righteous Rebel Alliance Solo fights for in the first trilogy.   Fans see Han Solo start as charming and sly, the call to action for the you...

Inspiration on art, life during the Ceramic Potluck

Stacy Ardoin, Staff Reporter

June 13, 2018


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The Ceramic Potluck this year brought the artist Kevin Snipes, a fine art potter, painter and drawer. Even if there wasn’t food, students showed up to the Potluck to get the most of the guest. Snipes shared some of his work on Thursday, May 17 at the De Anza Arts Department, hosted by professo...

De Anza College students expose fear, desire through poetry

Trémaurice Johnson, Staff Reporter

June 4, 2018


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De Anza's poetry enthusiasts gathered for a festival of reading and writing workshops on May 22 titled “Fearless: Awakening Your Inner Voice," an opportunity for students, primarily of marginalized communities, to speak their inner feelings and desires. “The theme for this today is ‘fearless,...

Second season of “13 Reasons Why” shows cruel realities of High School

Lorie Anne Reyes, Staff Reporter

June 1, 2018


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Story continues in second season of “13 Reasons Why” and proves that the cruel realities of high school controversy is something worth highlighting. The much disputed Netflix original teen drama is based on a novel by Jay Asher and covers sensitive issues such as underage rape, bullying and ...

De Anza’s Euphrat Museum hosts student art show with record number of submissions

De Anza’s Euphrat Museum hosts student art show with record number of submissions

Stephanie Lam, Staff Reporter

May 4, 2018


Filed under Features, Impulse, Showcase

The Euphrat Museum of Art will host the De Anza Student Art Show from May 7 to June 8. According to Diana Argabrite, the museum's Program Coordinator, the show will feature recent art made by De Anza's visual arts students. Including animations, drawings, photography and ceramics, this year’s show rec...

New Hop Along album displays expert and unique performances

John Bricker, Opinions Editor

May 4, 2018


Filed under Features, Impulse, Music, Reviews

Indie rock band Hop Along’s latest album “Bark Your Head Off, Dog,” is easily one of the best records of 2018 so far, an addictive display of expert songwriting and vocal performances. The Philadelphia band’s lead singer, Frances Quinlan, delivers an incredibly unique and varied performance ...

Back to his old days, The Weeknd’s EP hits with longtime fans

Jeffrey Windham, Staff Reporter

May 3, 2018


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“My Dear Melancholy,” is a return to the explicit R&B that made The Weeknd famous and his third Billboard No. 1 album in a row. The thematic conflict exposes his disconnection from the emotions of heartbreak with drug use and fully-enabled lust.     At this point in his career The Weeknd is a ...

‘Avengers: Infinity War’ more than just a movie

William Roman, Staff Reporter

May 3, 2018


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Plenty of movies are just movies; few are experiences. After ten years and 18 movies of cinematic build-up, “Avengers: Infinity War” lives up to the hype as an exciting and emotional experience. In 2008, Marvel Studios launched the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) with their debut film Iron Man. Fo...

De Anza Anime Club brings a sense of community for its members

Stephanie Lam, Staff Reporter

May 2, 2018


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Council chamber A is filled with chatter as both new and old Anime club members arrive for the first meeting of the spring quarter. Extra tables are pulled out and pushed to the back of the room for those who want to use their electronics during the meeting. Food is opened in plastic containers a...

“Isle of Dogs” masterful animation, shallow characterization

Ethan Maneja, Staff Reporter

April 18, 2018


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Wes Anderson’s return to the big screen with animated film “Isle of Dogs,” has the potential to be a great film, but lacks the heart to achieve it. “Isle of Dogs” takes place in the fictional Japanese city of Megasaki City in the near future. It tells the story of Atari Kobayashi and his...