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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...

Activists marched out on the street in San Francisco on Saturday, Nov. 4, to protest in support of Palestinians.

Thousands of activists protest in San Francisco to support Palestinians

Nello Puelles, News Editor | November 13, 2023

Activists marched out on the San Francisco streets to protest in support of Palestinians on Saturday, Nov. 4. La Voz reporter Nello Puelles reported from the scene and asked some protesters why they...

Shell gas station locates at Santa Teresa Blvd, San Jose, taken on Sept. 30.

Community reacts to gas prices soaring over $6 a gallon

Nello Puelles, News Editor | October 18, 2023

According to AAA, gas prices are lower compared to last year; however, they are still considered high, around $5.58 per gallon averagely in California, reportedly impacting those in the community commuting...

Lauren Vu, 20, La Voz freelancer, takes pictures at the Calibear Cyber Cafe on Oct. 11.

Five alternate boba shops and cafes to study near De Anza

John Pham, Freelancer | October 14, 2023

Editor's note: This article is updated with a video contributed by staff reporter Lauren Vu. Most big chain cafes and boba shops, such as 7Leaves or Starbucks, provide students with perfect spaces to...

San Jose’s vibrant Mosaic Festival celebrates diversity, community unity

Catherine Marchione, Impulse Editor | October 10, 2023

Mosaic America held the third annual Mosaic Festival, a two-day celebration of intercultural art and performances, from Sept. 30 to Oct. 1 at the Mexican Heritage Plaza in San Jose, celebrating diversity,...

The track and field team and coaches at a meet on May 1.

Opinion: Give athletes a voice and bring back Coach Mattis

Abel Tariku | July 1, 2023

Editor's Note: This story has been updated to provide information about the censored video's deletion. The following video is an opinion-based commentary regarding the absence of Nick Mattis, the head...

Academic and athletic achievement awards ceremony

Academic and athletic achievement awards ceremony

The Student-Athlete Advisory Council held the Student-Athlete Award Ceremony in the VPAC on June 15. With a red carpet and live music, outstanding athletes were celebrated in areas of Rookie of the Year,...

Foothill De Anza Board of Trustees President Patrick Ahrens speaks on his experience going from a student to working in public service at De Anza College on Feb. 22.

From public education to public service, Patrick Ahrens advocates for equity

Kritika Sharma | March 23, 2023

De Anza College alumnus and President of the Foothill De Anza College Board of Trustees Patrick Ahrens has been a longtime advocate for student engagement and affordable housing. Ahrens was formerly...

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