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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

Meet the eight candidates running for Cupertino City Council

Meet the eight candidates running for Cupertino City Council

Rory Conlon | November 6, 2022

Eight candidates are running to fill three open Cupertino city council seats this General Election, Nov. 8. Residents are being asked to vote on city representatives who have a variety of perspectives...

De Anza Student Governments Senate meets for their weekly meeting in the Student Council Chambers on Wednesday, Oct. 12.

DASG Senate sworn in new members during recent meeting

Jessie Zhou | November 5, 2022

De Anza Student Government convened during its weekly Senate Meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 12, in the Student Council Chambers to announce new roles and upcoming events. In this meeting, a few DASG members...

The upcoming propositions in the 2022 California election

The upcoming propositions in the 2022 California election

Trevis Dampier | November 4, 2022

Each person's vote on California’s ballot in this general election is not only important for supporting local candidates, but also for deciding “yes” or “no” on the seven state propositions....

FA PAC interns campaigning for political movements. (Photo courtesy of Ali Rastegar)

District faculty and students work this election season

Autumn Alvarez | November 3, 2022

Faculty Association Political Action Committee, the continuous voice for district students and employees in this November’s general election season, is advocating for the propositions and candidates...

The Academic Senate meeting on Oct. 10 in a hybrid format to discuss how to move forward on shared governance at De Anza.

A deep dive into the current state of shared governance

Rory Conlon, Staff Reporter | October 19, 2022

Crucial decisions regarding staffing and budget allocation hang in the balance pending an upcoming retreat on Oct. 21 to discuss the future of shared governance at De Anza College.  During an Oct....

Alex McKay and friend pose together under his booths tent. McKay has been attending the flea market since 2019 because he thinks the atmosphere is friendly and safe.

“I (was) so excited for the reopen,” Mckay said. “It is fun meeting people here. I got stuff I sell from other flea markets and some of them are personal stuff that people give me.”

October flea market gallery

Jessie Zhou, Sabrina Jiang, and Andrea Saldana | October 17, 2022

De Anza College hosts a flea market every first Saturday of the month, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in parking lots A and B, to host vendors from around the area. The monthly flea market returned last spring...

Robert Cormia, professor in the Computer Information Systems department at Foothill College, giving a public comment at the board of trustees meeting on Oct. 3.

Optional masking announcement stirs controversy throughout the district

Rory Conlon and Andrea Saldana | October 9, 2022

A new Foothill-De Anza policy announcing optional masking indoors has sparked controversy among faculty, students and administration on both campuses. In an email sent out after 10 p.m. on Sept. 23, three...

Sunnyvale Vice Mayor and Political Science instructor Alysa Cisneros attending Lavender Grad as a Keynote Speaker.

“The beginning of something incredible”: Vice Mayor Alysa Cisneros speaks at Lavender Graduation for LGBTQ+ students

Jerry Chen, Reporter | June 29, 2022

Sunnyvale vice mayor Alysa Cisneros attended keynote speaker during the Women, Gender and Sexuality Center’s fifth annual Lavender Graduation, a ceremony dedicated to celebrating LGBTQ+ and queer-identifing...

Student volunteers participate in weekly FA PAC meetings for Cindy Chavez by phone banking and discussing relevant issues her campaign addresses over Zoom. FA PAC interns Miriam Rodriguez and Izzy Scotti lead a discussion on housing in preparation to phone bank later in the meeting on May 11, 2022.

Political Action Committee at De Anza supports Cindy Chavez for San Jose mayoral election

Aaron Johnson, Reporter | June 6, 2022

Students and faculty from Foothill and De Anza have been given the opportunity to be politically active in their communities through a group known as Faculty Association Political Action Committee (FA...

Staff at De Anzas food pantry wears a mask while working as per district policy.

With more in-person events returning, Chancellor’s Advisory Council debates indoor masking policies

Ayah Ali-Ahmad, News Editor | June 6, 2022

On May 5, Chancellor Judy Miner proposed to make changes to Foothill-De Anza’s AP 3507 COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement by making indoor masking reflect that of Santa Clara County’s guidelines and...

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