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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

DASB stands against new student employee guidelines

Carla Arango | January 21, 2014

The DASB Senate unanimously voted to oppose the new student employment policies that have been implemented by the Foothill-De Anza district, at the senate meeting Wednesday Jan. 15. The new policies...

California History Center Receives $1 Million Grant

California History Center Receives $1 Million Grant

Alex Nguyen, Staff Reporter | January 21, 2014

Seventy years ago, a young teacher walked into her grammar school classroom to find it devoid of students. The U.S. Government had sent her students and their families to various “War Relocation Camps”...

Students gather in the main quad for the afternoon Club Day festivities during Fall Quarter 2013.

Club Day presents opportunities to participate

Leticia Castro, Staff Reporter | January 21, 2014

Club Day at De Anza College is around the corner. Club Day gives students the opportunity to pursue new interests at the beginning of each quarter. Inter Club Council is presenting Club Day on Thursday...

Meet the New Graphics Instructor

Meet the New Graphics Instructor

Jim Blank, Reporter | January 21, 2014

Marco Marquez, the new graphics professor at De Anza College, cannot remember a time in his life when he didn’t want to become an artist. In fact, Marquez began his education in the spring of 1994,...

Equal Internet for all

Jay Serrano, Assistant Opinions Editor | January 21, 2014

Net neutrality is dead, and its passing should terrify everybody who uses the Internet. A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that the Federal Communications Commission did not have the authority...

Online petitions simple, effective

Rika Kumar, Features Editor | January 21, 2014

Online petitions are more effective than pen and paper petitions because they are easy to create and easy to access and share. According to online petition site, “When hundreds or even...

Stop and frisk inherently biased

Stop and frisk inherently biased

Abraham Abundis | January 21, 2014

New York City’s controversial stop-and-frisk policy is finally on its way out, marking the end of a practice that violated the Constitution and racially discriminated. Stop and frisk should not be...

Sophomore point guard Shayla McPhearson (33) steps back and goes for a 2-point shot.

De Anza beats Mission with buzzer beater

Rajvir Kaur | January 13, 2014

As the last minute of the game wound down, the De Anza College Dons women’s basketball team was tied against the Mission College Saints 72-72 on Wednesday, Jan. 8. With 24.1 seconds left on the clock,...

Sophomore forward Shaquille Gilbert (5) rushes forward while controlling the ball for the Dons.

Dons Defeat rival West Valley in close game

Rajvir Kaur | January 12, 2014

The De Anza College Dons men’s basketball team opened its conference schedule with a 60-55 win over longtime rival, the West Valley College Vikings, on Wednesday Jan. 8. West Valley was the first...

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