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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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Starry rhymes and beautiful lyrics: the legacy of MF DOOM

Rodrigo Gutierrez, Reporter | February 4, 2021
Daniel Dumile, known by the stage name MF DOOM, passed away on Oct. 31 last year as a legend in the hip-hop genre.
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Mac Miller’s “Circles” brings feeling of resolution to his life, career

Nathalia Moran, Impulse Editor | January 23, 2020

With the blessing of his family, Mac Miller’s album “Circles” released posthumously on Jan. 17. The beauty of Miller’s “Circles” lies in the lyricism. In the song, “Once A Day,” Miller...

Up-and-coming artists perform at Fourth Annual “Rock the School Bells”

Adrian Bonilla Flores, Staff Reporter | December 4, 2019

Students clapped along to performances by up-and-coming artists Osunfemi and A-Dough at the fourth annual “Rock the School Bells” event hosted by the Men of Color Community on Nov. 19. The event,...

Fountainetta Coleman, an Assessment Specialist at Foothill, immerses the audience with sounds from an angelic sounding bowl for Rock the Bells in Conference Room A and B on Nov 29.

Rock the School Bells event teaches students about struggle through creative platform

Jocelyn Hernandez, Staff Reporter | December 7, 2018

Hundreds of De Anza College students clapped, shouted and stomped to the beat of the hip hop movement at the third annual Rock the School Bells Event hosted by the Men of Color Community on November...

Clubs of De Anza: G.R.A.N.D.

June 7, 2018

Generosity, respect and nurturing dancers. This is what makes up the De Anza College G.R.A.N.D. Club. La Voz News features the club as a facet in which students express themselves. All while learning new...

Opinion: Hip hop’s influence can inspire and divide

Simone Clay, Social Media Editor | May 7, 2018

Hip hop and rap artists should be using their influence to better our culture by making bold political statements and openly displaying their feelings. These genres have rocked our ears for countless...

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