La Voz News

Fall 18 Impulse Editor

Fall 18 Impulse Editor

October 9, 2018


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Trémaurice here! I've been with La Voz News for one year now. First, as a freelance reporter/photographer and then, as a full-time staff reporter, before becoming the Impulse Editor for the 2018 fall quarter. I love being the eyes and ears of De Anza's campus, all while becoming more informed on the...

Fall 18 Campus Beat Editor

Fall 18 Campus Beat Editor

October 8, 2018


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Stephanie is a second-year De Anza student and current journalism major. She served as a reporter for La Voz for two quarters before becoming Campus Beat editor.

Fall 18 Opinions

Fall 18 Opinions

October 8, 2018


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I started at De Anza last Spring 2017, joined La Voz Winter 2018, and have since been reporting for the newspaper truthfully and accurately. In my time as staff reporter, I've learned to grow out of my comfort zone and adapt to different people and situations while reporting. I hold these experiences...

Fall 18 Web Editor

Fall 18 Web Editor

October 8, 2018


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Jamie is entering their third year at De Anza, also marking their third year at La Voz. They have been a reporter, freelance reporter, Business Manager, and is now the Web Editor for Fall 2018. When not working on getting articles online, Jamie enjoys video games, food, plants, dice, and cats. You can...

Fall 18 News Editor

Fall 18 News Editor

October 8, 2018


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Andrew Shinjo is a journalist, physics student and public policy advocate. In his spare time, he enjoys work as a semi-professional nature photographer. He can be found on Instagram at @DASquirrels.

Fall 18 Sports Editor

Fall 18 Sports Editor

October 8, 2018


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Audrey is a student journalist from São Paulo, Brazil. She’s been with the staff for over a year, helping with general stuff, from design, to impulse editor and now, sports editor. Audrey can multitask in different tasks, love to write, take pictures and navigate on social media. Runs a blog called F...

Fall 18 Editor-in-Chief

Fall 18 Editor-in-Chief

October 8, 2018


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I have been with La Voz for a full year. Starting of as a reporter last Fall for two quarters, back to back, before taking on news editor in the spring, made me mature in ways I never thought possible. Many times I was placed in difficult decision making that could potentially affect other peoples lives....

Summer music: Death Grips revives industrial music

Summer music: Death Grips revives industrial music

Christian Trujano, Editor in Chief

July 8, 2018


Filed under Features, Summer Music Beat, Uncategorized

Experimental hip hop trio Death Grips released their sixth album “Year of the Snitch” on June 22, solidifying themselves in the industrial scene and leaving them once again at the point of sabotaging their career... In a good way. Averaging one album every year since their formation in 2010, Sa...

De Anza alum creates mural celebrating equity

De Anza alum creates mural celebrating equity

Lorie Anne Reyes, Staff Reporter

June 21, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Uncategorized

De Anza alumnus and San Jose native, Samuel Rodriguez, is anticipated to finish celebratory mural by end of this month to commemorate De Anza’s 50th anniversary. The mural will adorn one side of the S-5 building located in the S-Quad and will take approximately 3 weeks to complete. Rodriguez b...

State law to eliminate English, mathematics prerequisites

Nazar Tymofyeyev, Staff Reporter

June 20, 2018


Filed under News, Uncategorized

Major changes are coming to De Anza College’s curriculum thanks to Assembly Bill No. 705, proposed by Assemblywoman Jacqui Irwin, and subsequently approved by Gov. Jerry Brown last Fall. The bill aims to maximize the probability of students entering and completing transfer-level coursework in English...