The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

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Jessie Zhou, Lauren Linh Bui, and Ayah Ali-Ahmad | March 14, 2023

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a part of La Voz, De Anza's award-winning student news organization? Some of the students from the fall 2022 quarter have collaborated to create a...

De Anza College hosted its first mini flea market, which hosted six vendors selling various products, in the main quad on March 7.

De Anza’s debut mini flea market

Trevis Dampier, Abel Tariku, and Connor Blum | March 12, 2023

Aside from the larger monthly flea market that De Anza College hosts, a new mini flea market made its first appearance in the main quad on March 7 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event featured six vendors...

De Anza College President Lloyd Holmes talks about Measure G and the creative arts department.

De Anza Academic Senate members discuss ideas for student services and arts relocation

Sabrina Jiang | March 5, 2023

De Anza College’s Academic Senate discussed funding for scholarships and options for the relocation of the arts quad with De Anza President Lloyd Holmes on Feb. 27. According to President Holmes,...

Speaker Bill Blake explains how the team will assess the feasibility of an event center at De Anza.

Planning and Development Team fields backlash against new event center

Rory Conlon | February 28, 2023

Three managing consultants from AMS Planning and Research held a Zoom meeting to collect community members' opinions for a new event center on Feb. 23. Bill Blake, the west coast director of AMS, led...

Students and faculty members chat and drink coffee with De Anzas campus police.

Coffee With a Cop: A blend of conversation and coffee

Autumn Alvarez | February 22, 2023

Fueled by hot coffee and fresh treats, “Coffee With a Cop” has become a long-running event where students and the community are invited to have conversations with campus police in a casual setting....

Isabel Nelson, 21, psychology major, overcomes her fear of needles with Page Cal Ortiz, a Stanford registered nurse by her side.

Stanford Blood Drive returns to De Anza after three years

Trevis Dampier , Sports Editor | February 20, 2023

De Anza College’s health services department hosted its first blood drive in 2020, continuing a long-standing collaboration with the Stanford Blood Center that stretches back more than 20 years.  On...

The Memorial Park Project revitalizes a community space in Cupertino

The Memorial Park Project revitalizes a community space in Cupertino

Sabrina Jiang | February 19, 2023

Cupertino city organizers held a Zoom event on Feb. 9 to explain their future plans to improve Memorial Park and to get more feedback from community members regarding the proposed plans. Memorial Park...

De Anza College students voice their opinions regarding the proposed plans under Measure G at the student forum on Feb. 16.

De Anza community expresses opinions toward proposed Measure G plans

Kritika Sharma | February 19, 2023

De Anza Student Government held a student forum discussing Measure G on Feb. 16, giving students an opportunity to voice their opinions about the proposed changes to the De Anza College campus. Senior...

Interim Chancellor Daisy Gonzales addresses attendees across California at the teleconference on Wednesday, Feb. 2.

Basic needs, paid opportunities and Black History Month all discussed at chancellor’s teleconference

Kritika Sharma | February 15, 2023

Interim California Community Colleges Chancellor Daisy Gonzales discussed basic needs access, student paid work opportunities and events for Black History Month during her teleconference on Feb. 1.  Gonzales...

DASG passed a new structure for their organization on Nov. 2 with support from the Office of College Life advisors and the Dean of Student Development.

De Anza Student Government plans to restructure and pay senators

Georgina Munoz-Villanueva | February 14, 2023

In an effort to address equity barriers for low-income students, a reorganization task team made up of the DASG senate president, vice president and student trustee has proposed a new structural change...

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