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‘Palworld’: An open-world monster catcher offers players a new, engaging experience

Iain Klotzbach, Freelance Reporter | February 23, 2024

“Pokemon” and “ARK Survival” have a child and its name is “Palworld”. The game is an open-world survival and monster catcher. Released on Jan. 18 by Pocketpair, “Palworld” has hit records...

La Voz staff hold award certificates at the JACC conference, taken on Oct. 14.

La Voz News breaks its record with 27 awards from journalism conference

Lauren Linh Bui, Editor-in-Chief | October 16, 2023

La Voz News won a total of 27 awards, the highest achievements in its history, at the NorCal regional journalism conference for community colleges on Oct. 14. The Journalism Association of Community...

Butte County wildfire smoke engulfs De Anza, campus re-opens in unhealthy conditions

Butte County wildfire smoke engulfs De Anza, campus re-opens in unhealthy conditions

Christian Trujano, Editor-in-Chief | November 20, 2018

Chancellor seeks imput after Foothill-De Anza closes 3 school days due to smoke Chancellor Judy Miner is inviting students, faculty and staff to give feedback on how the district can better handle future...

Defensive back, Aaron	Couch delivering a heartfelt speech on how football molded him into the man he is today at the Oct. 30 IPBT meeting.

Playoff bound De Anza football team may be doomed

Christian Trujano, My Do, and Tyson Tsoi | October 31, 2018

Two weeks after impassioned pleas to keep De Anza’s football program because of the diverse students it serves, the committee charged with making cuts voted against the team. The football team is...

Football head coach Tony Santos stands in the middle aisle of the present onlookers with a majority of De Anza’s Football team present in the hearing of Football’s call to elimination.

Women’s water polo, wildlife science technician recommended for elimination

Christian Trujano, Editor-in-Chief | October 22, 2018

The women’s water polo team and wildlife science technician program at De Anza have been approved for elimination by the Instructional Planning and Budget team during last week's meeting on Oct. 16...

A butterfly lands on a plant in the garden.

Monarch butterfly garden: breeding ground for insects and scientists

My Do, Staff Reporter | October 14, 2018

In summer 2018, De Anza’s Monarch Butterfly Garden released into the wild 14 adult monarch butterflies, after saving and nurturing over 100 eggs from the milkweed plants. Data collected by the project...

Power outage cancels evening classes

Power outage cancels evening classes

Andrew Shinjo and Christian Trujano | October 11, 2018

De Anza College and the surrounding area faced a power outage on Thursday, Oct. 11 around 3:30 p.m.. A PG&E transformer was damaged and according to the PG&E website, they are assessing the...

Kavanaugh not fit for Supreme Court

Kavanaugh not fit for Supreme Court

Tommy Pham, Staff Reporter | October 9, 2018

Despite being sworn on October 6, Brett Kavanaugh's hearing last Thursday and his presentation is not befitting of a Supreme Court justice. Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, a psychology professor at Palo...

Nice Buns! De Anza Burger Review-Mac Attack Burger

Nice Buns! De Anza Burger Review-Mac Attack Burger

Brenna White, Staff Reporter | October 8, 2018

Despite its imposing name, the Mac Attack doesn’t so much attack, but half-heartedly prod you with its underwhelming execution. As an avid mac and cheese fan, I had high hopes for this burger’s...

A Victim’s Perspective on Sexual Assault

A Victim’s Perspective on Sexual Assault

Mayer Adelberg, Staff Reporter | October 6, 2018

When I was fifteen, I was sexually assaulted. I do not blame myself. I do not blame the youth group organization in which it took place. I blame the assaulter. He was someone in a position of power and...

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