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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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Student journalist, John Pham, uses the games photo mode for a screenshot on Thursday, Dec. 7.

‘Marvel’s Spider-Man 2’ named the new standard Spider-Man game

John Pham, Freelancer | December 10, 2023

“Marvel's Spider-Man 2,” made by Insomniac Studios and released on Oct. 20, isn't just some regular video game. The game is a story that puts players in Spider-Man's shoes. Tailored for players at...

The Dia de los Muertos offering altar, put together by students and faculty, is featured at the Euphrat Museum from Nov. 1 to Dec. 14.

Euphrat Dia de los Muertos installation highlights freedom without borders

Catherine Marchione, Impulse Editor | December 2, 2023

An offering altar built by students and faculty to remember family and friends that have passed on displaying at Euphrat Museum Dozens of butterflies migrated to the De Anza campus during Undocumented...

The poster of “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes.”

The newest ‘Hunger Games’ movie will have you wanting more

Niy Graves, Staff Reporter | December 2, 2023

“The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” did not fail to capture the hearts of dystopian lovers and Hunger game book series fanatics due to its non-stop action that will keep you on the...

Eldritch horror action game worth picking up for retro-shooter fans

Vincent Scrivens, Staff Reporter | December 2, 2023

With a massive freedom of approach for any playstyle, gritty aesthetic, exciting music, and creative enemies, “Cultic,” a retro-styled first person horror shooter, is an addictive and immersive game...

A picture of The Marvels movie trailer.

‘The Marvels’: Why is it doing poorly at the box office?

Mackenzie Jardine, Staff Reporter | November 27, 2023

DISCLAIMER: This analysis will contain spoilers. New to the fans’ least favorite phases is a low-tracking box office. The Marvel Cinematic Universe, known to make millions upon millions of dollars in...

De Anza faculty and new mascot, Roary, on the dance floor at the Homecoming dance on Nov. 17.

De Anza excites students with its first-ever Homecoming dance

Samara Williams, Staff Reporter | November 27, 2023

The smell of fresh rain and loud music engulfed De Anza’s cafeteria on a Friday night. Tonight wasn’t a regular night. Tonight, hundreds of students’ dreams came true as they were the first group...

The Dia De Los Muertos Altar honors the lives of those who have passed. The artwork was created by the De Anza Latinx Association (DALA), Higher Education for AB540 Students (HEFAS) and the Pride Center.

Euphrat Museum’s ‘Facing Home’ exhibition honors the passing of loved ones

Janae Heinz, Staff Reporter | November 19, 2023

The “Facing Home” exhibition, located at De Anza’s Euphrat Museum of Art, showcases a collection of art pieces that represent the concept of home. The exhibition opened Nov. 1 and will be available...

Umoja offers merchandise freebies for participants, such as shirts, notebooks, backpacks, water bottles, and stationery, at the entrance of the Meet and Greet event on Nov. 1.

Black student Meet and Greet bridges boundaries, builds community

Blen Ketema, Freelancer | November 18, 2023

A Black student Meet and Greet event brought students, faculty, and staff members from various backgrounds together to celebrate the rich culture of the college's Black community and promote inclusivity...

Rachel Silveria attends the premiere of The Phantom at the Eileen Norris Theatre of the University of Southern California on Sept. 30.

Rachel Silveria co-directs “The Phantom” and discusses her film accomplishments

Janae Heinz, Staff Reporter | November 5, 2023

Several years ago at De Anza College, the film department chair invited a student into her office one day and asked what her plan was as a filmmaker. That student, now De Anza Film and TV instructor Rachel...

Staff picks: Favorite album of all time

Staff picks: Favorite album of all time

Mackenzie Jardine, Staff Reporter | November 2, 2023

Our reporter, Mackenzie Jardine, asked La Voz staff to share some of their favorite albums and gave those albums reviews of her comment and ranking. Quotes have been edited and condensed for clarity. Samara...

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