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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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Journalism instructor Farideh Deda confers with student journalists Ashley Love Djunaedi, 19, communications major, and Lion Kim Park, 21, journalism major, to critique their newly published hardcopy newspaper at La Voz newsroom at L42 on Dec. 5.

After a print paper: La Voz’s self-critiquing session reveals the behind-the-scenes of its second issue

John Pham, Freelancer | December 9, 2023

La Voz News published its second issue on Dec. 5. Prior to the publication, staff members and their adviser, Farideh Dada, host a critique session at the newsroom L41 to reflect on what they could have...

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...

Mens soccer team dominated against the Monterey Peninsula College Lobo

Men’s soccer team dominated against the Monterey Peninsula College Lobo

Pierre Whitsey, Freelancer | November 14, 2023

The Mountain Lions were at the top of the food chain during this match. The men’s soccer team took on the Monterey Peninsula College Lobo at home on Oct. 27. The men’s soccer team started off...

Students and HEFAS interns are working on their individual butterflies at the UndocuArt: You Belong Here event at the HEFAS center on Wednesday, Oct. 18.

‘UndocuArt: You Belong Here’ connects art with a sense of home

John Pham, Freelancer | October 20, 2023

Higher Education for AB 540 Students, or HEFAS, collaborated with the Pride Center to invite students from De Anza and Foothill College to paint different sizes of wooden butterflies at the “UndocuArt:...

Derrick Felton, psychology instructor, counselor and vice president of the Black Faculty, Staff and Administrators Network, motions for the graduates to be seated at the graduation ceremony on June 16.

Photo essay: Black Graduation celebrates Black student achievement

Leila Salam | June 24, 2023

The Black Faculty, Staff and Administrators Network held a graduation and achievement ceremony in the VPAC on June 16 to recognize Black students and their contributions to De Anza. Students received...

Recap of super bloom season: Preserve our floral splendor

Recap of super bloom season: Preserve our floral splendor

Lauren Linh Bui, Editor-in-Chief | June 23, 2023

Last winter's plentiful rainfall dropped colors on De Anza's muted campus, reviving its blossoming vigor this spring. Superbloom is a rare botanical phenomenon when an explosion of wild flowers occurs,...

Towering palm trees align the secluded space on June 15.

Photo Essay: Unnoticed beauty

Archee Kumar | June 20, 2023

Sometimes there are hidden treasures in the world that remain undiscovered. These places possess a unique beauty and charm, but often go unnoticed and unexplored.  Similarly, inside De Anza’s campus...

The waterfall outside the L-Quad fills with water after the rain on June 6.

Photo Essay: Rain in June

Connor Blum | June 12, 2023

The Bay Area had an unusual situation on June 6 — rain! By this time of the year, temperatures normally reach 80 F. Students walking to class with umbrellas and jackets set a strange scene for what...

Playful murals decorate the walls of the studio complex on The Alameda in San Jose on May 20.

Photo Essay: Silicon Valley Open Studios brings community art engagement

Leila Salam | May 21, 2023

Artists across Silicon Valley shared their craft with the public as the third and final weekend of Silicon Valley Open Studios kicked off on May 20. “I like to show people not only what I’m working...

The West Coast Farmers Market, hosted at De Anza Colleges parking lot A, was packed with people as early as 10:30 a.m. on May 14.

Photo Essay: The West Coast Farmers Market offers fresh goods to community

Lauren Linh Bui | May 18, 2023

The West Coast Farmers Market is a year-round market in the Bay Area featuring vendors selling everything from organic products including vegetables and fruits to fresh-baked goods like bread and cookies. The...

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