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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...

Graphic depicting a version of the DASG logo to announce their election winners.

DASG elections (mostly) wrapped up

Ann Penalosa, Managing Editor | March 21, 2024

De Anza Student Government elections are over — almost — and the results are out. While voting closed on March 8, there is still no DASG Chair of Finance as none of the candidates reached 196 votes,...

Audience members listen to and participate in the All My Relations talk panel on Feb. 29 at the California History Center.

California History Center hosts ‘All My Relations’ exhibit, panel

Ingrid Lu, Art & Entertainment Editor | March 17, 2024

The California History Center hosted a talk to promote their winter exhibit, “All My Relations,” on Thursday, Feb. 29. The exhibit aims to explore the value of nature and its relationship with human...

People around the Afghani food table at the Nowruz celebration, on Monday, March 11.

Nowruz: A sign of hope, empathy, acceptance

Sabrina Kulieva, Staff Reporter | March 13, 2024

Editor's Note: Captions of two photos were changed to add more accuracy to the cultural elements of the celebration. A secondary headline was also added to specify what the article is about. Updated March...

President Holmes’ unprecedented resignation ends his almost four year career at De Anza College. (Photo courtesy of De Anza College.)

President Holmes resigns

Mackenzie Jardine, Editor-In-Chief | February 29, 2024

President Lloyd Holmes announced his resignation on Thursday, Feb. 29, through a publicly posted “message of thanks” on the De Anza website. Vice President of Instruction Christina Espinosa-Pieb,...

Members learn the rules for trivia on the different nations in the UN.

Called to order

Leila Salam, Freelance Reporter | February 29, 2024

The De Anza Model United Nations club met for the first time since its reactivation on Nov. 25 to discuss what the club will entail, what the UN is and the potential flaws within its system on Feb. 22...

The MESA (Mathematics, Engineering and Science Achievement) cohort invites the Nomad Futurist Foundation to speak on a hybrid event in room S-54 on Feb. 8.

Mathematics, Engineering and Science Achievement program connects students with digital industry experts

Sonny La, Staff Reporter | February 28, 2024

On Thursday, Feb. 8, the Mathematics, Engineering and Science Achievement cohort invited the Nomad Futurist Foundation to give a hybrid seminar in room S-54 and on Zoom about the growing digital industry...

Stacey Carrasco, Program Coordinator in the Office of Outreach smiles outside Forum 1 at the Black High School Empowerment Conference.

De Anza holds fourth annual Black High School Student Empowerment Conference

Amit Cohen and Archee Kumar | February 17, 2024

Led by Maurice Canyon, De Anza College’s Umoja community counselor and Charles Van Meurs, De Anza’s Men of Color community counselor, the annual Black High School Student Empowerment Conference featured...

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...

An angry robot reaches over a school campus. Made with Canva.

Bot students inhibiting precious campus resources

La Voz Editorial Board | February 9, 2024

Ghost students continue to overwhelm De Anza and its faculty to the detriment of actual students this winter quarter. On June 27, the spring 2023 the La Voz Editorial Board wrote about “ghost” students...

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