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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

Akira Toriyama, the creator of “Dragon Ball” and an inspiration behind modern anime shows, passed March 1. This is a tribute piece to him and his “Dragon Ball” legacy.

Remembering Akira Toriyama

Lion Park, Opinion Editor | March 20, 2024

On March 1, Akira Toriyama, a prestigious mangaka (manga artist), died of an acute subdural hematoma at the age of 68. Widely regarded as the “father of shonen”, Toriyama’s contribution to Japanese...

Artist Kristin Lindseth is talking to a group of visitors about her miniature wooden art pieces displayed at the Euphrat Museum of Art.

‘Facing Home’ shows a tapestry of diverse perspectives on home

Catherine Marchione, Impulse Editor | December 19, 2023

The Euphrat Museum hosted a reception featuring live music, catering and offering opportunities for attendees to mingle with the artists for its new exhibit, “Facing Home,” on Nov. 18. Kristin...

Ashley Love Djnaedis basic clothing rack.

Footnotes on Fashion | Basics

Ashley Love Djunaedi, Staff Reporter | December 13, 2023

Editor's note: This story has been updated with more photo elements for readers to better visualize. I used to hate basics. In hindsight, it was a translation for: I didn’t know how to style basics. For...

An array of pottery at the Holiday Student Pottery Sale on Dec 5.

Hundreds sold at the ‘Holiday Student Pottery Sale’

Janae Heinz, Staff Reporter | December 9, 2023

Students showcased pottery and ceramic art at the annual “Holiday Student Pottery Sale” in the campus center dining hall on Dec. 4 and Dec. 5. The event’s total sale is going to fund scholarships...

The Dia de los Muertos offering altar, put together by students and faculty, is featured at the Euphrat Museum from Nov. 1 to Dec. 14.

Euphrat Dia de los Muertos installation highlights freedom without borders

Catherine Marchione, Impulse Editor | December 2, 2023

An offering altar built by students and faculty to remember family and friends that have passed on displaying at Euphrat Museum Dozens of butterflies migrated to the De Anza campus during Undocumented...

The Dia De Los Muertos Altar honors the lives of those who have passed. The artwork was created by the De Anza Latinx Association (DALA), Higher Education for AB540 Students (HEFAS) and the Pride Center.

Euphrat Museum’s ‘Facing Home’ exhibition honors the passing of loved ones

Janae Heinz, Staff Reporter | November 19, 2023

The “Facing Home” exhibition, located at De Anza’s Euphrat Museum of Art, showcases a collection of art pieces that represent the concept of home. The exhibition opened Nov. 1 and will be available...

Los Curas Verde (#79) displays beside other local Bay Area artists artworks at the de Young Open exhibition, San Francisco, taken on Oct. 14.

De Anza’s graphic designer’s artwork displayed at de Young Museum

Mackenzie Jardine, Staff Reporter | October 18, 2023

Edwin Carungay, De Anza’s senior graphic designer, was admitted to the de Young Museum in San Francisco with his documentary photo, “Los Curas Verde," which is a striking visual of lent carnavales...

Alicia Scandoval, 25, health technology-medical reception major, adjusts and measures the paper for her cap on June 14.

Graduates get creative for ‘grad cap decorating’

Chia Yu Wu | June 27, 2023

De Anza held a graduation cap decorating event from June 12 to 15, sponsored by General Counseling, EOPS, ISP, Advising division and the campus store. Although there were only four decorating stations,...

Artist and educator Asha Sudra performs one of her poems about her mother and healing from generational trauma on April 27.

‘Not Your Masi’s Generation’ art exhibit embraces artist’s East African Diaspora background and the power of strong women

Leila Salam | May 2, 2023

The California History Center at De Anza College hosted a reception for artist and educator Asha Sudra’s multimedia art exhibit ‘Not Your Masi’s Generation’ on April 27, in collaboration with the...

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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