The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

Advertisement
The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

Episode 2 | What’s up De Anza – Students discuss motivation, goals

Episode 2 | ‘What’s up De Anza’ – Students discuss motivation, goals

Nello Puelles, Multimedia Editor | January 17, 2024

Welcome to “What’s up De Anza,” a podcast where Multimedia Editor Nello Puelles invites a guest to comment on campus news. Don’t forget to send us your suggestions about what you would like to...

Episode 1 | “What’s up De Anza” – Student discuss the importance of Promise grant

Nello Puelles, News Editor | December 6, 2023

Welcome to “What’s up De Anza,” a podcast where news editor Nello Puelles invite a guest to comment on campus news that La Voz has reported on. Don’t forget to send us your suggestions about what...

Episode 8 - Ultimate Frisbee Club winning club of the year

Episode 8 – Ultimate Frisbee Club winning club of the year

Justin Fry and Isabella McClintock | June 20, 2023

Waiting for class to start? Commuting to campus? Need something to listen to and want to stay updated about what’s happening on campus. We’ve got you covered! Students on Campus is a weekly...

Episode 7 - Pride Month and queer resources with Moss

Episode 7 – Pride Month and queer resources with Moss

Isabella McClintock and Justin Fry | June 12, 2023

Waiting for class to start? Commuting to campus? Need something to listen to and want to stay updated about what’s happening on campus. We’ve got you covered! Students on Campus is a weekly...

Episode 6 - Undocumented student rights and resources with HEFAS intern

Episode 6 – Undocumented student rights and resources with HEFAS intern

Justin Fry and Isabella McClintock | June 7, 2023

Waiting for class to start? Commuting to campus? Need something to listen to and want to stay updated about what’s happening on campus. We’ve got you covered! Students on Campus is a weekly...

Episode 5 - Middle college, preparation for transfer and journalism

Episode 5 – Middle college, preparation for transfer and journalism

Justin Fry and Isabella McClintock | May 30, 2023

Waiting for class to start? Commuting to campus? Need something to listen to and want to stay updated about what’s happening on campus. We’ve got you covered! Students on Campus is a weekly...

Episode 4 - A first-generation Latinx student on how she navigates her college life

Episode 4 – A first-generation Latinx student on how she navigates her college life

Isabella McClintock and Justin Fry | May 22, 2023

Editor's note: There is no class on Monday, May 29. School is still in session Monday, May 22. Waiting for class to start? Commuting to campus? Need something to listen to and want to stay updated...

Episode 3 - DASG president on her journey at De Anza and her work on promoting diversity

Episode 3 – DASG president on her journey at De Anza and her work on promoting diversity

Isabella McClintock and Justin Fry | May 14, 2023

Waiting for class to start? Commuting to campus? Need something to listen to and want to stay updated about what’s happening on campus. We’ve got you covered! Introducing a weekly podcast hosted...

Episode 2 - La Voz news editor discusses her involvement within the community

Episode 2 – La Voz news editor discusses her involvement within the community

Justin Fry and Isabella McClintock | May 5, 2023

Waiting for class to start? Commuting to campus? Need something to listen to and want to stay updated about what's happening on campus. We've got you covered! Introducing a weekly podcast hosted...

Episode 1 - Autumn Alvarez on her role as La Voz News editor-in-chief

Episode 1 – Autumn Alvarez on her role as La Voz News editor-in-chief

Isabella McClintock and Justin Fry | May 2, 2023

Waiting for class to start? Commuting to campus? Need something to listen to and want to stay updated about what's happening on campus. We've got you covered! Introducing a weekly podcast hosted...

Load More Stories

Comments (0)

La Voz Weekly intends this area to be used to foster healthy, thought-provoking discussion. Comments should be respectful and constructive. We do not permit the use of profanity, foul language, personal attacks or language that might be interpreted as defamatory. La Voz does not allow anonymous comments, and requires a valid name and email address. The email address will not be displayed but will be used to confirm your comment.
All La Voz News Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest