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Push for national GMO label

Carla Arango, Staff Writer | May 27, 2013

U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., recently introduced a senate bill which requires nationwide labeling of genetically engineered foods. “We deserve to have a right to know what’s in the foods we...

Crunching Numbers
Student employee Jessica Xu, 20, biology, guides Mona Hadi, 28, nursing, through her math homework at the Math and Science tutoring center.

Student job rules amended: New student employment policies in Fall

Keren Lopez, Freelancer | May 27, 2013

New modifications that will alter current Foothill-De Anza District student employment policies effective fall quarter may leave some employees and departments scrambling. The district-wide policies...

Global Concern
Anita Adams poses at the 2013 Global Issues Conference, Thursday, March 7.  An event that she helped organize.

Meet the new trustee: Ready to represent

Jessica Sun, Staff Writer | May 27, 2013

Experience as a student, a leader, an activist and a mother thoroughly prepared De Anza College’s incoming student trustee for her role on the Foothill-De Anza Board of Trustees. Anita Adams is a...

Life Post Military
Thomas Boulay now spends his time on campus, Friday May 24.

Marine, seaman discuss adjustment to campus life

Kate Wilson, Staff Writer | May 24, 2013

  In honor of Memorial Day, La Voz Weekly spoke with two student veterans at De Anza College.   “I lived on three continents. I’m older than most of my peers,” said Bejahn Malekzadeh,...

Art Celebration
(From Left) Foothill-De Anza trustee Joan Barram, Chancellor Linda Thor, De Anza art student Steven Sobzek, Dean of Creative Arts Nancy Canter and Vice President of finance and educational resources Letha Jeannepierre line up at the De Anza student art show ceremony, Wednesday May 22.

FEATURE: School purchases student pieces at the student art show award ceremony

Jessica Sun, Staff Writer | May 24, 2013

Without any art background, De Anza College student Lisa Tang started taking photography classes “just for fun” back in 2009. For the third time, she was awarded the Purchase Award at Euphrat Museum...

A Night at the Drive-In

Patricia Nguyen, Staff Writer | May 24, 2013

With prices  as high as $11.25 for evening / weekend shows seeing the next big flick isn’t always possible on a student’s budget. So what’s the next best thing if you want to see “Iron Man...

A TRIP TO STRESS TOWN

A TRIP TO STRESS TOWN

Genie Lu , Staff Writer | May 24, 2013

The Stress Town workshop, May 16 at De Anza College’s Sunken Garden bustled with music, friendly dogs, and discussions of mental and physical health. Medical students, staff and volunteers ran the workshop. Siew...

Honor Roll
The men of track and field add their own charismatic touch as they pose for a quick photo.

Athlete Honors: Play hard, study harder: Student athletes receive recognition

Patricia Nguyen, Staff Writer | May 24, 2013

For sophomore athletes of De Anza College, the end of the year holds a little bit of recognition for their commitment to their education as well as their athleticism. On Wednesday, May 22, the De Anza...

De Anza badminton women sweeps to championship victory

Patricia Nguyen , Staff Writer | May 24, 2013

De Anza College’s badminton team ended its season undefeated and won the state championships. The season started in February and finished the first week of May. “We’ve bonded a lot through...

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Michael Dittmer

May 24, 2013

Dear La Voz, Criticizing the Koch brothers for their attempts to buy and politicize the L.A. Times and other national newspapers is not a personal, or “ad hominem,” attack. Claiming that “One...

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