La Voz News

Tpumps: A tiny store with a big reputation

Tpumps: A tiny store with a big reputation

Harold Shi, Staff Writer

October 10, 2014

Offering a charming drink with a simple formula (pick your tea base, add milk if desired, choose your toppings, select what flavors, adjust sweetness and you’re on your way), Tpumps has managed in its past seven months of opening to achieve consistent crowd lines and amass new customers. A...

De Anza students need to stop complaining about parking

De Anza students need to stop complaining about parking

Samantha Jill UyBico, Staff writer

October 10, 2014

De Anza students need to stop crying about the parking lot situation. You’re college students, not babies. Use your brain to figure it out. The campus parking lots have everyone whining about the tight-fitting spaces and the trouble in even finding a vacant spot in the first place. The first...

Tougher NCAA transfer Requirements

Kavin Mistry, Staff Writer

October 10, 2014

The National Collegiate Athletic Association has recently changed the requirements for athletes to emphasize the importance of education along with sports. “The minimum required GPA is now 2.5 instead of 2.0,” said De Anza College Athletic Academic Advisor Matt Trosper. Division I schools will...

Language class offerings reduced for winter quarter

Katie Phan, Staff Writer

November 25, 2013

Students who want to advance their world language skills at De Anza College next quarter may need to look elsewhere. Course offerings in Elementary Level 3 and Intermediate Levels 4, 5, and 6 for most world languages are not being offered for Winter Quarter ‘14 in light of district-wide budget...

Special teams’ game changer

Special teams’ game changer

Marion Hohlfeld, Staff Writer

October 7, 2013

The De Anza Dons football team ended their three game winning streak after their loss to Sierra College’s Wolverines 35-28 last Saturday at their second home game of the season. Ranked number seven in the State of California, the De Anza College football team headed into the match with odds-on favorite...

Elite colleges fail to attract promising poor

Russell Green, Staff Writer

April 21, 2013

The nation’s most prestigious universities proudly boast deep pools of diversity, yet according to a recent study, tens of thousands of financially-challenged prospective students will not attend these schools simply because they never dreamt of applying. The study suggests that, had they applied,...