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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

Students and community members gather outside the Marjorie L. Hinson Campus Center to study, eat, and unwind.

De Anza grapples with vaccine mandates and return to in-person learning

Maida Suta, Reporter | October 5, 2021

It’s been one year and seven months since students and faculty have seen the bustling and lively campus that many have fond memories of at De Anza College. Today, the vacant parking lots, empty rooms...

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COVID-19 vaccine mandates are the only way out of the pandemic

Jacqueline Liu, Reporter | October 3, 2021

As people object to the ever-increasing waves of strict COVID-19 mandates, Americans must understand that these regulations are more needed now than ever to ensure safety for everyone.  President Biden...

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De Anza enforces vaccine requirement as campus partially reopens

Maida Suta, Reporter | September 27, 2021

Editor's Note: According to Marisa Spatafore, the final number of students who did not upload vaccination proof to the Pyramed app was 69 students. After a year and a half of campus being closed and...

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Students with family abroad rejoice over vaccine news and decreasing cases

Maida Suta, Reporter | June 3, 2021
As the pandemic shut down most travel for months, students could not see their family members that live abroad. But as COVID-19 cases decrease and vaccines are distributed, these students are hoping to see their family again.
Working out: indoor or outdoor?

Students debate whether working out indoors or outdoors is better

Jordyn Smith, Reporter | June 2, 2021
When the pandemic made gyms close down, working out outdoors became the new normal. Now, gyms have reopened and are welcoming people back, with public health protocols in place.
Remote learning makes the higher tuition at four-year universities not worth it, so many students are holding off on transferring

Transferring not worth it in pandemic

Jordan Soto, Reporter | April 26, 2021

Now that classes have transitioned online, transferring to a costly four-year university has lost its worth. Four-year universities cost a lot of money and most students don’t receive adequate financial...

Map showing the state of various counties throughout California. As of 4/20, the majority of counties are in orange, the second-to-lowest tier. Nevertheless, we still need to remain cautious.

Even with less restrictive COVID tier, we still need to stay cautious

Amy Chan, Reporter | April 26, 2021

Now that Santa Clara County has returned to the more relaxed red tier, keeping myself and those around me safe is the priority. I will continue wearing a mask whenever I go out or eat out, bringing hand...

Students react to De Anzas return to campus plan

Students react to De Anza’s return to campus plan

Jordyn Smith, Reporter | April 26, 2021

As De Anza College prepares to return to campus, students reflect on how to do it safely. Poasa Vai, 20, graphic design major, said he worries about vague health and safety guidelines. “It’ll...

De Anza Athletics Await Return to Action

De Anza Athletics Await Return to Action

Jordan Soto, Reporter | March 16, 2021

Santa Clara County has allowed Division I colleges and high school athletics to resume in-person practice and competition — but not community colleges. William Lieu, the treasurer for the Student-Athlete...

De Anza College students celebrate birthdays in quarantine

De Anza College students celebrate birthdays in quarantine

Vi Nguyen, Reporter | March 8, 2021

Despite the limitations of COVID-19, De Anza College students still celebrate their birthdays by keeping their events small, close-knit and virtual. English major Yuetong Zhang, 19, said she met two...

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