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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

De Anza College student and U.S. Marine Corps veteran Sgt. Cory Kingston was recently awared the title of Scholar Athlete.

Veteran, Scholar Athlete

Kate Wilson, Staff Writer | June 7, 2013

De Anza College student  and U.S. Marine Corps Veteran Sgt. Cory Kingston has played baseball for 20 years. “My grandfather put a bat in my hand when I was about four years old,” Kingston said. “My...

iPod Mini

For the tech savvy dads, the iPad mini has all the workings of a regular sized iPad but is lighter in weight and on your wallet.  It’s featured in both black and white.

Costs: $329 at the Apple store.

Good Father’s Day Gifts

DeeAnne Luna, Staff Writer | June 7, 2013

As much as we love our dad’s it is always hard to figure out what to get them for Father’s day. Of course there are always the grilling tools, the horribly patterned ties or another watch to replace...

Beef bibimbaps and a mild seafood tofu soup, Tuesday May 21.


Patricia Nguyen, Staff Writer | June 7, 2013

The Bay Area has tons of hidden gems of restaurants that are tasty and affordable, with a great ambiance. Here are some great places that will excite your taste buds but won’t hurt your wallet. Boiling Crab / Kickin’ Crab  $...

Summer camps available for soccer and volleyball

Harold Banks, Staff Writer | June 7, 2013

Volleyball  Led by Dawnis Guevara, head coach of De Anza women’s volleyball team , volleyball camp will be held in two sessions. The first will start on July 22 and the second will start on July...

Letter to the editor: Sara Gobets

June 7, 2013

Dear La Voz,   I want to thank Nathan Mitchell and the staff of La Voz for covering 350 De Anza’s efforts to persuade the FHDA Foundation Board to divest from top carbon dioxide polluting...

Letter to the editor: Io Ieong Fong

June 7, 2013

Dear La Voz,   Recently, the new student employment policy was amended, and will be executed in the fall quarter. However, the newly amended policy is depriving the chance for students to...

Why we keep coming back to “The Great Gatsby”: Fantasy aspirations of wealth bear consequences in reality

Jose Avalos, Staff Writer | June 7, 2013

The recent release of Baz Luhrmann’s take on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 1925 novel “The Great Gatsby,” sheds light on the garish extravagance that characterized the Roaring Twenties — the colossal...

Divisive study ignites immigration debate: What’s really underlying arguments against reform?

Harold Banks, Staff Writer | June 7, 2013

Conservative policymakers will throw around any number of excuses as to why they’re up in arms over fixing the broken immigration system in the U.S. One day, the argument against immigration reform...

Revival season reunites the Bluths for one final hurrah. Now on Netflix.

Thing of the Week: ‘Arrested Development’: Bluth family flops with fourth, revival season

Kelsey Purpura, Staff Writer | June 7, 2013

The television series “Arrested Development” was cancelled by Fox back in 2006, and after watching the entire  fourth season on Netflix, I now know why. The revival season, which has been rumored...


Soo Lee, Staff Writer | June 7, 2013

  Finals can be a horrifying experience for students who don’t properly prepare or know where or even how to study. With all of the distractions in today’s world, a student’s life consists...

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