La Voz News

World Cup facing controversies over inception of technology

Yeina Yi

August 2, 2010

FIFA, the international soccer football governing body, needs to get past its ancient ways and install the use of technology for refereeing.On June 27, millions of viewers from all over the world witnessed two quite astonishing matches: Germany vs. England and Argentina vs. Mexico. Both matches presented...

Unemployment benefits: needed more than ever

William Ferguson

August 2, 2010

In a downward-turned economy, millions of Americans stand jobless, held financially afloat by American unemployment compensation. The United States Senate voted 59-39 to pass a bill that would extend the provision of unemployment benefits for those Americans requiring it. An estimated $33.9 billion do...

“Checkbook journalism” present ethical issues for reporters, celebrities alike

Jessie Bristow

July 29, 2010

Half-million dollars offers and negotiations for twice that price are what Lindsay Lohan will ponder just before going to jail for violating her probation. The slumping actress is growing in popularity once again with news organizations wanting first priority on before-jail interviews, an optional di...

Israeli image takes a hit due to incident

Saba Anees

June 11, 2010

On May 31, the Israeli Defense Forces troops shocked and angered people around the world when they stormed and attacked demonstrators on a humanitarian flotilla of six ships coming from Turkey toward the Gaza Strip. Only 75 miles from Israeli-claimed lands, the ships were attacked on international wa...

Smile your way to health

Incoming DASB President Ze Kenny Li and Senator Lena Ghamrawi smile at their inauguration.

June 11, 2010

Say Cheese … and smile. Smiling is a great way to show when you are in a good mood, or when you think something is funny, but did you know that it is also good for your health?Smiling not only makes people more attractive, but it is also contagious, relieves stress, boosts your immune system, r...

Letter to the Editor

June 11, 2010

Editor,Last Monday evening I had just finished teaching and was walking to my car. As I walked past the back of the administration building, I noticed a red Prius (license number 6KVB165) parked on the walkway behind the administration building partially blocking the walkway.I found a student securi...

Ask Doctor Stupid

Josh Davis

June 11, 2010

Sexually obsessed and sexually repressed. Sex is this thing that everyone's having but no one's supposed to. You're judged if you're having sex and you're judged for not having sex. If you are having sex you're being judged for who you're having sex with, how old they are, what gender they are, and ho...

Be particular about particles

June 11, 2010

Those seeking to shield themselves from the summer sun may want to look twice at their bottle of sunscreen before applying. A recent study done by Friends Of The Earth, an organization that supports environmental charities through workplace giving campaigns, suggests that sunscreens containing nanoparticles ma...

Reality 101

Coree J. Hogan

June 11, 2010

Out of all four seasons, the one that I detest most is summer, which is currently approaching us, much to my dismay and frustration. Summer brings a massive collection of elements that makes me want to hibernate for the subsequent months. If that were possible, I'd be likely to enjoy these nefariously ho...

EDITORIAL | Thank you for being De Anza

June 11, 2010

Community college means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. It means the chance to be the first generation with a college education for a low-income student. It means a way to be promoted at a job for a single mother who wants her child to have a better life. It could simply mean...