La Voz News

DASB senate to publish newsletter, use time cards next academic year

Mehek Kapur, Staff Reporter

June 15, 2019


Filed under News

The DASB senate presented goals for the next academic year, including publishing a DASB newsletter, at the June 10 meeting. “I feel La Voz brings the worst of us to the public, so I feel having our own voices out to the public will be useful for us,” said DASB senator Allison Shevtsov. “We...

Shared governance meetings require DASB senator participation, guidance

Ella Shih, Staff Reporter

June 12, 2019


Filed under News

Acting DASB Vice President and president-elect Shelly Michael said DASB senators have a responsibility to attend shared governance meetings. At the May 13 academic senate meeting, Foothill-De Anza Student Trustee Genevieve Kolar and Inter Club Council Chairperson Rex Zhang presented a document titl...

Spring DASB President hopes to enact anti-fraternization, senator compensation policies

Mehek Kapur, Staff Reporter

June 3, 2019


Filed under Campus Beat, Campus Beat

Lawrence Su said he had a passion for helping the community grow and improve through the DASB senate since he first came to De Anza College, something he intends to continue doing as the interim DASB president. Su said he decided to join the DASB senate because, “senators said they needed people t...

De Anza’s annual spring carnival hosts games, prizes

De Anza’s annual spring carnival hosts games, prizes

Jordan Thomas, Staff Reporter

June 3, 2019


Filed under Campus Beat, Campus Beat

After a week of rain, the sun arrived just in time for the 17th annual Spring Carnival on Thursday, May 23. DASB and the Interclub Council hosted the event in the main quad and provided games, free food and various attractions. “I was walking around and I saw very interesting games,” said...

Editorial: DASB senator pay undeserved and irresponsible

Editorial board

May 17, 2019


Filed under Editorial, Opinions

The student government leader’s resolution to pay DASB senators for their work shows just how self-indulgent and out of touch they are with De Anza College’s financial reality. During their May 15 meeting, DASB senators voted unanimously to endorse a resolution requesting to provide a quarterly ...

DASB senators vote to pay themselves top rate among local colleges

Ethan Bennett and Julia Kolman, Editors

May 17, 2019


Filed under News

The DASB senate endorsed the student leader compensation resolution to request to pay senators $930 and executive officers $1,200 per quarter. The endorsed resolution will be presented to the Foothill-De Anza Board of Trustees. DASB President Lawrence Su and Student Trustee Genevieve Kolar drafted the ...

DASB senate endorses student leader compensation resolution

Mehek Kapur, Staff Reporter

May 16, 2019


Filed under News

DASB senate passed a resolution to request payments for student senators at their May 15 meeting. The May 8 resolution proposed payments of $720 for senators and $1,200 for executives quarterly. The endorsed resolution proposes maximum payments of $930 for senators and $1,200 for executives per qu...

DASB proposes quarterly payments to student senators

Ella Shih, Staff Reporter

May 7, 2019


Filed under News

DASB senators debated whether they should be paid quarterly for their work at the May 1 meeting. The first draft proposed payments of $100 per quarter for student senators and $200 per quarter for executives. Through the Associated Student Organization, other schools in the Bay Area--Las Positas, Chabot, Foothi...

Stricter policies against student-teacher relationships

Christian Trujano, Assistant News Editor

May 7, 2019


Filed under News

Student senators in California Community Colleges are advocating for strict language policy changes in school legislation, including Foothill-De Anza, prohibiting relationships among students and faculty. Policies in Foothill-De Anza legislation state employees are expected to act in accordance wit...

Vertical garden makes new life from the discarded

Vertical garden makes new life from the discarded

Stephanie Lam, Staff Reporter

April 28, 2019


Filed under Campus Beat, Campus Beat, Features

Tucked away in the back garden of the De Anza College Kirsch Center stands a wooden box holding soil-filled plastic water bottles. These bottles compose a vertical garden, although only a few native wildflowers grow out of them. “We don't use any pesticides or chemicals or anything,” said ...