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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

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May 2021 marks another Mental Health Awareness month shadowed by the pandemic. Still, students can still enjoy many activities that support mental health.

Maida Suta, Reporter | May 16, 2021
Take the chance this Mental Health Awareness Month to explore these works and others. As schoolwork intensifies, make sure to take time to care for your mental health.
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“Godzilla vs. Kong” is poorly-plotted but beautiful extravaganza.

Kat Pursell, Reporter | May 1, 2021
The action movie “Godzilla vs. Kong” bores you with a generic plot, despite the stunning CGI and super-sized fight scenes.
Photo courtesy of Mark Nozell

Five movies to watch to celebrate Women’s History Month

Kaylee Flores, Reporter | March 25, 2021
As Women’s History Month comes to a close, here are five inspiring movies that are based on true stories.
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An overhyped couple’s fight: the disappointment of “Malcolm and Marie”

Emjay Troxclair, Reporter/copy editor | February 15, 2021
The hype for “Malcolm & Marie” outweighs the actual experience of the film, leaving viewers bored and dissatisfied.
“Lingua Franca” powerfully illuminates struggles of Filipina undocumented, transgender woman

“Lingua Franca” powerfully illuminates struggles of Filipina undocumented, transgender woman

Christian Huerta, Staff Reporter | October 31, 2020

“Lingua Franca”  shines a light on a transgender Filipina immigrant story, illuminating the struggles of being undocumented and queer. Jhett Tolentino, producer of the film, said lack of representation...

Jian Yongbo, Kmamura Aio, Chen Han, Tzi Ma, Awkwafina, Li Ziang, Tzi Ma, Lu Hong and Zhao Shuzhen appear in a still from The Farewell, by Lulu Wang. Photo by Big Beach. 
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Celebrate Asian and Pacific American Heritage Month with these 3 outstanding films

Leticia Samame, Reporter | May 19, 2020

The month of May is dedicated to celebrating the heritage of Asian and Pacific Islanders in the United States and gives us an opportunity to explore the cinematic masterpieces that tell the experiences...

Best 4 action movies to watch in quarantine

Cameron Oleary, Reporter | April 29, 2020

If you have been looking for the time to sit down and watch something new, quarantine is the best time to grab some popcorn and snuggle up to see great movies. Here are four action movies to stream...

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“The Invisible Man”: Thrilling Blumhouse Production

Taylor Park , Staff Reporter | March 10, 2020

“The Invisible Man” yanks its audience through increasingly distressing twists and turns, disorienting what you thought you knew about the plot, leaving you squirming in your seat. Every time I...

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‘Gretel and Hansel’: grim but dull adaptation

Rodrigo Gutierrez, Staff Reporter | February 11, 2020

“Gretel and Hansel” retells the classic grim tale from the perspective of Gretel but offers little to no intrigue in its adaptation. Directed by Oz Perkins, the adaptation brings little action to...

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“Turning” disappoints, lacks plot and horror

Oscar Frias-Rivera, Staff Reporter | February 11, 2020

“The Turning” that came out this past weekend was a huge letdown. As the movie ended I yelled out “What” as did someone else in the movies after it went to credits because no one expected the...

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