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The person behind the position: a deeper look at DASB presidential candidates

The person behind the position: a deeper look at DASB presidential candidates

Michael Davis, Reporter | March 1, 2021
As De Anza Student Body elections progress, students are looking for a candidate they can trust as president. Beyond the positions they are running on, here is a glimpse of who they are.
Candidates meet on Zoom in forum and debate

DASB candidates discuss goals if elected in forum and debate

Mathew Bejarano, Reporter | March 1, 2021
De Anza Student Body candidates reflected on their ambitions in a candidates’ forum and presidential debate on Feb. 24.
Shoppers walk along rows of vendors on Oct. 5, 2015 at the De Anza Flea Market. The market has since transitioned online.

DASB Flea Market transitions online after being closed for almost a year

Mathew Bejarano, Reporter | March 1, 2021
The 50-year-old De Anza Student Body Flea Market has transitioned online after being closed for almost an entire year.
DASB Senate battles underrepresentation and inequity

DASB Senate battles underrepresentation and inequity

Amanda Nguyen, Reporter | February 7, 2021

The De Anza Student Body senate is considering ways to combat overrepresentation of White and Asian American senators. DASB senator Iris Kim said they are proposing an equity committee. “An equity...

Photo courtesy of Christine und Hagen Graf (CC BY 2.0)

California Community College Chancellor urges undocumented students to apply for financial aid

Rahul Makhijani, Reporter | January 27, 2021
The low number of applications for financial aid concerned the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office on a Jan. 26 conference call.
DASB Senate Reserves Seats for Students in Marginalized Communities to Promote Diversity

DASB Senate Reserves Seats for Students in Marginalized Communities to Promote Diversity

Nitya Peumans, Reporter | December 9, 2020
 The De Anza Student Body Senate reserved five seats for underrepresented students on Nov. 25, following previous discussions about inclusivity and representation in the senate. 
De Anza College Leadership Conference speakers inspire, uplift students

De Anza College Leadership Conference speakers inspire, uplift students

Kaveh Nasseri Mashhadi, Staff Reporter | November 1, 2020

De Anza College held the ICC Leadership Conference, a Zoom Webinar event for speakers Tamara Steele, Doris Pickering and Raj Jayadev to offer leadership skills and valuable life advice to students.   The...

DASB Senate adjusts to remote learning, increases student outreach

DASB Senate adjusts to remote learning, increases student outreach

Gloria Delgado, Reporter | June 19, 2020

A new committee will be implemented next year by the DASB Senate to deal with student grievances and to inform students of the resources available to them remotely as they adjust to the new needs during...

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La Voz will not stand with the college’s status quo

La Voz Editorial Board | June 12, 2020

As journalists, we have a responsibility to seek the truth and report it. Over the past three weeks, we have seen statements of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement from the De Anza Community...

Photos provided by Lloyd Holmes, Wei Zhou, and Bryan Reece, respectively. Graphic by Ashley Gonzalez.

De Anza College’s presidential candidates tackle top priorities at DASB meetings

As a part of the three day long presidential candidate visit, the DASB Senate interviewed the three presidential candidates, Lloyd Holmes, Bryan Reece and Wei Zhou, in order to gain their insights and...

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