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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

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, La Voz Staff | 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...

Traffic by De Anza on Stevens Creek Blvd. on March 22.

San Jose Prepares New Speed Camera System

Ingrid Lu, Art & Entertainment Editor | March 25, 2024

A new pilot program for traffic safety has been approved, permitting five California cities to install automated speed cameras. Implementation will occur in San Jose, Oakland, Glendale, Los Angeles and...

La Voz gathers for a picture with their Pacesetter award for Print Media from the Journalism Association of Community Colleges at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla on March 9.

La Voz wins big at La Jolla

Mackenzie Jardine, Editor-in-Chief | March 11, 2024

La Voz headed to La Jolla in San Diego for the Associated Collegiate Press Spring National College Media Conference from March 7 to March 9 at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla. The conference included three...

Graphic of a bear with a blue star over its eye in front of one of the new California laws.

New California laws to know

Vincent Scrivens, News Editor | February 1, 2024

Editor’s note: We changed the featured image of this article to include one made without AI technology. New California laws that came into effect on Jan. 1 have introduced new benefits, rules and...

Activists marched out on the street in San Francisco on Saturday, Nov. 4, to protest in support of Palestinians.

Thousands of activists protest in San Francisco to support Palestinians

Nello Puelles, News Editor | November 13, 2023

Activists marched out on the San Francisco streets to protest in support of Palestinians on Saturday, Nov. 4. La Voz reporter Nello Puelles reported from the scene and asked some protesters why they...

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

Basic needs, paid opportunities, Black History Month discussed at state 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...

Community group club, FHDA Chinese Campus Evangelical Ministry, poses for a photo while they celebrate the 2022 Lunar New Year. (Photo courtesy of Maggie Singman)

Community reacts to new Lunar New Year bill

Lauren Linh Bui, Freelance Reporter | October 29, 2022

California Governor Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 2596 on Sept. 29, making the Lunar New Year an official holiday in the state of California. Lunar New Year is a festival celebrated throughout Asia...

Photo courtesy of Christine und Hagen Graf (CC BY 2.0)

California Community College Chancellor urges undocumented students to apply for financial aid

Rahul Makhijani, Reporter | January 27, 2021
The low number of applications for financial aid concerned the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office on a Jan. 26 conference call.
Governor Gavin Newsom vetoed the high school ethnic studies bill on Sept. 9.

De Anza professors weigh in on Newsom’s ethnic studies veto

Diana Piper, Reporter | October 15, 2020

Governor Gavin Newsom vetoed a bill that would have required an ethnic studies course to graduate high school in California, citing an unbalanced model curriculum. The veto, on Sept. 9, followed waves...

California Community College Chancellor holds webinar on racism, promotes discussions of personal experiences, call to action

California Community College Chancellor holds webinar on racism, promotes discussions of personal experiences, call to action

Annalise Freimarck and Kathleen Quinn | June 3, 2020

The Community College Chancellor’s Office hosted a call to action webinar against structural racism this morning, where 12 community college leaders spoke in turn about their experiences with racism...

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