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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

Jared Forman makes a drink at Power Cup Coffee on May 24. He has been the shops owner since 2011.

Coffee shop owner brings caffeinated drinks and spirit to campus

Autumn Alvarez | June 7, 2023

Many people never think about returning to their school after they graduate, but former De Anza student Jared Forman, the owner of Power Cup Coffee on campus, is an exception. “Since 1998, my life...

Episode 6 - “Undocumented Student Rights and Resources with Ivette”

Episode 6 – “Undocumented Student Rights and Resources with Ivette”

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...

Antoine Moret, 19, aerospace engineering major, hurdling during the 3,000 meter steeplechase event at the Wildcat Cup meet on March 18.

Track and field season recap: Hurdles on and off the track

Abel Tariku | June 6, 2023

De Anza’s track and field team ended its season on May 20 with the men’s team tying for sixth place in the CCCAA California State Championship.  This is an improvement from last year’s eighth...

The Fujitsu Planetariums show Wayfinders taught audience members how to locate the Hawaiian islands using the stars and their fingers measurements on May 13.

‘Wayfinders’ show explores Polynesian navigation of stars and winds

Chia Yu Wu | June 4, 2023

De Anza College’s Fujitsu Planetarium presented “Wayfinders: Waves, Winds and  Stars,” that taught audience members how to find stars, houses and directions on a compass on May 13.  “The Polynesians...

Apple Airtag threatens privacy

Apple Airtag threatens privacy

Benson Sok-Moek | June 4, 2023

As a responsible and engaged student, I believe it is crucial to bring attention to the risks and challenges associated with AirTag technology. My primary concern revolves around privacy issues. While...

Heartbroken by mass shootings, we need to be prepared

Heartbroken by mass shootings, we need to be prepared

Yumeno Matsuo | June 3, 2023

Whenever I hear the news about another mass shooting, my heart breaks. It’s been over two years since I moved from Japan and started living in the U.S., and I feel the frequent shootings cast a shadow...

The West Coast Farmers Market, hosted at De Anza Colleges parking lot A, was packed with people as early as 10:30 a.m. on May 14.

Photo Essay: The West Coast Farmers Market offers fresh goods to community

Lauren Linh Bui | May 18, 2023

The West Coast Farmers Market is a year-round market in the Bay Area featuring vendors selling everything from organic products including vegetables and fruits to fresh-baked goods like bread and cookies. The...

The Sunken Garden from the VIDA office on club day on April 27.

Photo Essay: Spring flings at club day

Justin Fry | May 4, 2023

Each quarter, De Anza College's Inter Club Council hosts a club day as an opportunity for clubs to gain exposure and invite students to join their group. This spring quarter, it was held on April 27, from...

Jeans were hung on clotheslines leading up to the Main Quad in celebration of “Denim Day,” which takes place April 26 of every year. The day’s name comes from a sexual assault case in Italy that made national and international headlines.

Photo Essay: Students attend first annual Denim Day event

Rory Conlon | April 28, 2023

De Anza student health services hosted its first ever Denim Day event in collaboration with Santa Clara County to raise awareness around sexual violence and provide resources for preventing substance abuse.                            

Water rushes through the fountain outside the library on April 19.

Photo Essay: De Anza’s art and architecture around campus

Connor Blum | April 24, 2023


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