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Matcha flavored drinks and candy on a stick attract sweet tooths at the Night Market food festival in Pleasanton on May 19.

626 Night Market food festival kicks off summer with a variety of innovative refreshments

Sonny La, La Voz Staff | May 27, 2024

Summer is right around the corner so it is time to ditch the comforts of your bed and go outside for some food festival barbecue, savory desserts and drink concoctions. 626 Night Market has kicked off...

A western honeybee drinks nectar from a coyote mint flower in the Cheeseman Environmental studies area at De Anza College in Cupertino on May 8, 2024.

Photo Essay: Hidden Oasis

Francis Mayers, La Voz Staff | May 10, 2024

Nestled at the south end of campus, spread across 1.5 acres, next to the Kirsch Center for Environmental Studies, the Cheeseman Environmental Studies Area offers an oasis of greenery for students and wildlife. The...

MSA members check bingo cards to determine winner at the MSA Bingo event, April 26, held at West Valley Muslim association in Saratoga.

Muslim Student Association hosts Islamic bingo night

Sarah Atito, La Voz Staff | May 1, 2024

De Anza’s Muslim Student Associations organized a bingo night on April 26 with the Foothill chapter at the West Valley Muslim Association in Saratoga. Asiya Shaikh, 19, a business economics major and...

People dance while Drown the Rat, a stoner punk band, perform a song at the Sofa Street Fair in downtown San Jose on April 28.

Photo Essay: SoFa Street Fair slams life into Downtown San Jose

Vincent Scrivens, La Voz Staff | April 30, 2024

Stages, people and food trucks crowded the streets; downtown San Jose’s SoFa district hit fairgoers with the sounds of death metal, conversation and stomping feet as they entered the SoFa Street Fair...

A pair of white childrens crocs emblazoned with strawberries sit empty, surrounded by other items of clothing and flowers in the memorial in Palo Alto on April 21.

Photo Essay: Empty shoes

Francis Mayers, La Voz Staff | April 30, 2024

Community members, local activists and interfaith leaders congregated at Palo Alto City Hall on April 21 to hold a vigil, mourning the more than 15,000 Palestinian children killed in the Israeli siege...

California gulls are spotted sitting on a light pole in parking lot A at 11:30 a.m. on Feb. 29.

Nature’s break

Archee Kumar, Freelance Reporter | March 25, 2024

Have you ever noticed how your day instantly gets better when you see an animal? Whether it's the cheerful chirping of birds, the playful antics of squirrels, or the serene presence of nature, these moments...

Tram Nguyen, 21, business major, making a letter for a loved one in the main quad on De Anza Campus.

Heartfelt ink: Crafting connections and spreading love

Archee Kumar, Freelance Photo Reporter | February 25, 2024

De Anza College's recent love-spreading event, coordinated by Pride Center, Higher Education for AB 540 Students and Undocustem, brought together the community of students in a celebration in the main...

Vintage painting of waves on a beach and old-fashioned items on display at the flea market.

Exploring the flea market

Archee Kumar, Freelance Reporter | February 10, 2024

On Feb. 3, Parking Lots A and B were filled with more than 210 vendors for shoppers of all sorts of interests at the monthly De Anza Flea Market. Dayna Swanson, the Flea Market Coordinator, mentions...

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...

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