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De Anza College men’s, women’s basketball teams fall to Cabrillo

Guard, Doryn Gomez attempts a two-pointer during the De Anza Colleg Dons game against the Cabrillo Seahawks on Wednesday, Jan. 19. The Dons lost 80-43.

Rebecca Arnone, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2018

De Anza women’s basketball fell to the Cabrillo Seahawks 80-43 in a conference game on Friday, Jan. 19 at De Anza, while the men’s team lost 84-72. In the women’s game, De Anza captain Jonai Stanfield led her team with six 3-pointers and 25 points. “The key was to keep my team motivated,” Stanfield s...

DASB Senate unanimously votes for dating violence awareness program

DASB Senate unanimously votes for dating violence awareness program

Ana Acosta, Staff Reporter

February 5, 2018

The DASB Senate passed two motions unanimously for supporting the implementation of the One Love Foundation Program at De Anza College and for sponsoring the event “Refugees and Us” on Jan. 26. Senators Maharshi Mandal, Kamyar Saii and student Imad Ballout facilitated a workshop under the One...

Hate crime at De Anza College; Equity Office shows solidarity

Hate crime at De Anza College; Equity Office shows solidarity

Andrew Shinjo, News Editor

February 5, 2018

A De Anza College student was harassed with anti-gay slurs and punched in the face at the Flint garage on the evening of Wednesday, Jan. 24. According to the Foothill-De Anza district police department, the suspect, “is described as a white male in his late 30s or early 40s, about five feet, 10 or...

De Anza Dons face close loss to Hartnell

Ajay Singh, #30, goes up for a shot against Hartnell's defense on Wednesday, Jan. 17.

Ryan Chen, Staff Reporter

January 21, 2018

After a hard-fought game between the De Anza College men’s basketball Dons and the Hartnell Panthers, the Dons lost 78-67 on Wednesday, Jan. 17. With the Panthers scoring three early 3-pointers within the first 10 minutes of the game, a 9-point gap ensued between the two teams as the Dons struggled...

Fujitsu Planetarium launches new laser system

Fujitsu Planetarium launches new laser system

Rebecca Arnone, Staff Reporter

January 19, 2018

The Fujitsu Planetarium launched a new projection laser system to the public in a series of live musical laser shows on Saturday, Jan. 13.  The new equipment consists of three separate lasers which are three watts each and cost an undisclosed amount of money.  The planetarium’s technical directo...

De Anza students start the quarter in style

 (from left) Erik Rocha, marketing major, wears a trendy gray sweater which makes a great outfit combining with his black jeans and white shoes, giving his look urban vibes.  His friend Jazmyne Burfine, psychology major, pairs blue denim ripped overalls with a red striped shirt. Her final touch for the look is red lipstick, a red scarf belt and black boots that give her look an industrial flair.

Simone Clay, Stacy Ardoin, Staff Reporter

January 19, 2018

La Voz searched campus for students starting the year off with unique and trendy styles.

Sexual harassment and assault survey results

Sexual harassment and assault survey results

Genevieve Kolar, Ana Acosta, Audrey Marques, and Megan Wong

December 4, 2017

La Voz surveyed over 300 students to understand the scope of sexual harassment and assault at De Anza College.

De Anza students counteract intolerance with messages of acceptance, friendship

Aysha Rehman, Staff reporter

November 20, 2017

Carrying a sign with a list of people going to hell, an unidentified male and his male and female companions preached their version of Christianity to a crowd of onlookers at the main quad fountain. Throughout the day, waves of students countered the preachers, protesting their message on Thursday, Nov....

Protect yourself against Hepatitis A Outbreak

Stacy Ardoin, Staff reporter

November 20, 2017

Hepatitis A outbreak in California killed more than a dozen people, forcing health officials to the edge as they attempt to contain the increasing numbers of individuals infected with the virus. The outbreak has involved more than 570 cases in San Diego, Santa Cruz and Los Angeles counties and health...