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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

International Workers’ Day in Downtown San Jose

Nello Puelles and Ebony Campbell | May 19, 2024

Join La Voz reporters, Nello Puelles and Ebony Campbell, and see why people are out protesting. See the organizations that came to support these protesters, from overworked hotel workers wanting change,...

Oliver Tran, 19, a computer science major, works at the Noodle Bar in De Anzas cafeteria on April 22.

New $20 minimum wage for fast food workers

Sonny La, Opinion editor | April 27, 2024

The California State Legislature passed a $20 minimum wage law for fast-food workers on April 1 to help reduce the burden of a high living cost. Assembly Bill 1228 increases fast food worker’s minimum...

College should be free

Nello Puelles, Multimedia Editor | March 26, 2024

In a video report, multimedia editor Nello Puelles discusses the high cost of college in California and argues for free college education, drawing comparisons to the system in South America, particularly...

Empowered Women

Nello Puelles, Multimedia Editor | March 26, 2024

The De Anza College community celebrates Women's History Month, highlighting the often-overlooked contributions and achievements of women throughout history. Women have played pivotal roles in shaping...

Screen shot of staff reporter Leart Grbeshi and his review set up for the new Kanye West album, Vultures 1.

Kanye West drops 35th studio album

Leart Grbeshi, Staff Reporter | March 14, 2024

On Feb. 9, “Vultures 1” was finally released and became Kanye West's 11th consecutive studio album to debut on the Billboard 200, the most of any artist, ever. On top of that, he did so with minimal...

English faculty member publishes new book

Sabrina Kulieva, Staff Reporter | March 14, 2024

A semi-retired English faculty member at De Anza college and co-founder of Flash Fiction Forum has published a new book. Lita Kurth first worked in the reading department at De Anza around 1996. After...

The opening scene to Multimedia Editor, Nello Puelles new video investigation and report on Waymo cars.

A look at Waymo’s driverless cars

Nello Puelles, Multimedia Editor | March 12, 2024

Waymo's self-driving cars do not require human drivers, instead relying on the public's trust in technology. Waymo has accumulated over 7 million miles of driving data on public roads and has discovered...

From left, Joseph Gold, violinist, and Carl Blake, pianist, play their instruments on stage for students, faculty and donors.

An evening of classical music for a purpose

Andreina Carnero Ramirez and Sabrina Kulieva | February 17, 2024

The Study Abroad Benefit Concert was a gathering for faculty members, donors and students, who form part of the study abroad program, which was held at the Visual Performing Art Center on Feb. 8 from 6:00...

A look at Nirvana Soul’s open mic night

Drusilla Ingebrigtsen, Freelance Video Reporter | February 4, 2024

The coffee shop, Nirvana Soul, holds a free open mic night every Thursday and Friday night from 7 to 9 p.m. Local talent from all around the San Jose area and beyond, joins together to showcase their...

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...

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