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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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Members of Día Pa Son ensemble play music from Veracruz, Mexico at the Son Jarocho event in Hinson Campus Center Conference Room B on Feb. 11.

Blending culture in music and dance: Día Pa Son ensemble performs Son Jarocho at De Anza College

Aliya Nupbay, Staff Reporter | February 18, 2020

The walls of the De Anza Hinson Campus center embraced the spirited melodies of the traditional art form Son Jarocho, a blend of African and indigenous Mexican music on Feb. 11. The main aim of the...

Maria Burrell and Arturo of Ensamble Folclórico Colibrí at Dia San Jose

Dia San Jose shows diversity in Mexican culture

Jenny Choi, Staff Reporter | November 4, 2019

Dia San Jose teleports attendees to Mexico’s “Dia de los Muertos,” featuring live music, traditional foods and antique stands on Saturday, Oct. 19. With half of their face painted as skulls, Maria...

The Curse of La Llorona unoriginal yet spooky

‘The Curse of La Llorona’ unoriginal yet spooky

Bryan Vo, Staff Reporter | May 2, 2019

“The Curse of La Llorona” is filled with shocking scares but lacks a solid identity, diluting Mexican folklore with horror tropes. This horror film, directed by Michael Chaves, follows Child Protective...

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