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An old digital photo of Samara Williams as a baby.

Black History Month: What does it mean to be Black?

Samara Williams, Features Editor | February 22, 2024

Ossie Davis, a leading civil rights activist who stood alongside Martin Luther King Jr., once said, “I find, in being Black, a thing of beauty: a joy, a strength and a secret cup of gladness.” Carter...

Old Mercury News article on Joe Montana and the last time the 49ers were on a Super Bowl winning streak.

Who’s going to be dancing in Vegas?

Connor Giblin, Freelance Reporter | February 11, 2024

Super Bowl 58 will kick off from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas in a few hours. Nothing encapsulates the American dream more than a two-billion dollar stadium in Vegas, where you can purchase bottle service...

A close-up of Claire Maos mouse.

Remote work post-pandemic offers work-life balance

Claire Mao, Freelance Reporter | February 11, 2024
Before the pandemic, companies made remote work relatively rare, offering it as a perk rather than a standard. Yet, as the world ground to a halt, workers found their office desks relocated to their living rooms. Companies that centered around in-person operations had to move to remote platforms so they could maintain productivity.
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...

Photo with a heart and purple lighting of Sabrina’s parent’s hands, they met on a dating app.

Will you be my Valentine?

Sabrina Kulieva, Staff | February 7, 2024

Are you concerned about spending this Valentine’s day alone? Or perhaps you’re still healing from unrequited love? Is there a match for you on Tinder? Maybe my little poetry pieces will guide...

Illustration of a man with warped facial features to visually represent the dangers of AI. Made with Canva.

The threat of deepfake

Preena Patel, Staff | February 4, 2024

In a time where misinformation spreads like wildfire, the rise of deepfake threatens the very idea of truth and trust in society and risks the reputations of many. Deepfake are digitally altered media...

Trump’s campaign undermines American values

Trump’s campaign undermines American values

Lion Park, Opinion Editor | January 28, 2024

Editor’s note: We changed the title of this article and added a secondary headline to better encapsulate what this article details. On Dec. 19, Colorado became the first state to disqualify former...

Cracked glass with what appears to be a bullet hole at Mountain View Transit Station.

We will not wait for the next school shooting

Andrew Sun and Alexander Denza | January 24, 2024

Editor’s Note: The following is a student-written op-ed, signed by over 110 student leaders and meant to be published simultaneously across over 50 student newspapers. The breadth of this op-ed is national...

Not Asian Enough: Navigating the Filipina experience in diaspora

‘Not Asian Enough’: Navigating the Filipina experience in diaspora

Ann Penalosa and Lilah Schuck | January 11, 2024

Lilah Schuck: There is no one way to be an ethnicity. By blood, I am Filipina. As the daughter of a white man and Filipina woman, I have lived in the Bay Area my entire life — and it is all I have...

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The Roarackle: Make Tesla California’s newest religion for a win-win

Samuel Suh, Freelancer | December 13, 2023

Breaking news: Where wit crackles and laughter roars, satire strikes! The Roarackle is a satire column created in fall 2023 to poke fun at De Anza-related and/or contemporary social issues. Samuel Suh...

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