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Students take part in a walkout protest held in the library quad, calling for an end to US aid to Israel amid the ongoing genocide in Gaza on May 9.

Students walk out for Gaza

Allan Galeana and Xitlaly Martinez | May 17, 2024

Around 60 protesters gathered in De Anza College’s main quad on May 9 for a “Walkout & Art Build for Palestine” event. The group held Palestinian flags, keffiyehs, which are traditional headdresses...

The Board of Trustees deliberates allocating the Measure G fund at the board meeting on May 6.

District reallocates $20 million from De Anza Events Center to Foothill Dental Hygiene Clinic

Shreya Rallabandi, La Voz Staff | May 10, 2024

Millions of dollars initially designated for a De Anza project to replace the Flint Center has been partially allocated to Foothill College’s dental clinic, following action from the Foothill-De Anza...

Academic Senate President Erik Woodbury asks who from the district would be responsible for working to minimize impact on the flea market on April 18 in the campus center.

Health clinic Q&A opens up communication

Leila Salam, Copy editor | April 28, 2024

District administrators joined representatives from the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors and an audience of faculty, staff and students for a presentation and Q&A about the proposed on-campus...

Oliver Tran, 19, a computer science major, works at the Noodle Bar in De Anzas cafeteria on April 22.

New $20 minimum wage for fast food workers

Sonny La, Opinion editor | April 27, 2024

The California State Legislature passed a $20 minimum wage law for fast-food workers on April 1 to help reduce the burden of a high living cost. Assembly Bill 1228 increases fast food worker’s minimum...

Four DASG senators Miis, or Wii profiles, on the emulator in Mario Kart Wii.

Wii games come to DASB lounge

Ann Penalosa, Managing Editor | April 11, 2024

Ryan Chu, 18, a computer science major, De Anza Student Government Student Rights and Equity intern and moderator for the De Anza College Discord, set up an iMac in the DASB lounge with a Wii emulator...

Members of the public sit in the designated public area, several with signs.

Foothill Academic Senate rejects ceasefire resolution

Ann Penalosa, Managing Editor | April 10, 2024

Editor's note: This story has been corrected to reflect that the resolution was written by five authors, not just Fatima Jinnah. The statement on the installation website has also been correctly credited...

Representative Ro Khanna addresses the crowd about his policies before the Q&A session.

Rep. Ro Khanna, Jewish Democratic Coalition of the Bay Area hold town hall on antisemitism

Amit Cohen, Freelance Reporter | March 28, 2024

  The Jewish Democratic Coalition of the Bay Area held a town hall at South Peninsula Hebrew Day School in Sunnyvale on Sunday, March 17, addressing antisemitism in the south bay, featuring...

Run Hide Defend Zoom Event,
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Feb. 22, 
Online via Zoom.

The FHDA Police Department sets up a “Run Hide Defend” Zoom meeting to connect with faculties, students, civilians

Sonny La, Staff Reporter | March 27, 2024

The Foothill–De Anza Community College District Police Department set up a Zoom meeting event to teach students and event attendees how to prepare and respond to a mass shooting incident. Joy Garza,...

Jaime, 21, Not Your Model Minority film screening host, and an Asian American and Asian Studies Department and Vibrant Communities program intern

Film screening aims to teach about Asian American historic struggles with identity

Sonny La, Staff Reporter | March 26, 2024

Jaime Dy, 21, an intern for the Asian American and Asian Studies department and the Vibrant Communities program, screened the film “Not Your Model Minority” in the Multicultural Center on Feb. 22. Dy...

by Nayeli Garcia

Apple faces California class-action lawsuit over AirTag threats

Nayeli Garcia, Staff Reporter | March 26, 2024

U.S. District Judge, Vince Chhabria, of San Francisco declared on Friday, March 15, that Apple would officially be facing a suit against their AirTags, a device made for the tracking of people’s everyday...

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