The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

Erica Almira, 20, literature major, works on homework at a Boba Shop in San Jose, California, on June 16.

College dropout’s second chance

John Pham | June 22, 2023

Content warning: This article discusses sensitive issues such as suicide. When thinking about life at university, many students romanticize what college is like, thinking that it will be easy to socialize,...

Hsin Yi Kuan, 19, a Mandarin translation and interpretation major, won first place at the Sports Competition for Schools contest in Kaoshiung, Taiwan, in 2019.

The steadfast tin soldier with a devoted heart for family

Lauren Linh Bui | June 10, 2023

Even with a burn that tore his skin off, he continued to work; until the blister popped.  He hid his pain so well that everyone only found out about it after an "ah." It was not even a groan of...

Cesar Cornejo taking a breather while playing against Cañada Colleges team at De Anzas soccer field on Nov. 4.

Soccer captain Cesar Cornejo knows what it takes to be a leader

Sabrina Jiang | November 20, 2022

Twenty-year-old kinesiology major, Cesar Cornejo is one of the captains on De Anza College’s men's soccer team.  Cornejo showcases his leadership skills on and off the field, constantly pushing his...

Judy Miner (middle) and her two sisters, Dottie Lagrand (left) and Janice (right),  celebrating Dotties retirement in 2015. Lagrand refers to Miner as the rock of the family and said she looks forward to taking more trips with her younger sister once shes retired. (Photo courtesy of Dottie Lagrand)

Chancellor Judy Miner: a lifetime of learning

Rory Conlon | November 19, 2022

Foothill-De Anza Chancellor Judy Miner remembers desperately wanting to go home. When she was 2 years old, her family moved from the Bernal Heights neighborhood of San Francisco to the Excelsior District....

The exterior of Kong Tofu & BBQ at 19626 Stevens Creek Blvd. in Cupertino, a local Korean restaurant.

Kong Tofu & BBQ is a homely Korean restaurant that rose to the challenge

Levina Xu, Reporter | June 23, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic forced many businesses to reconsider their approach as the world locked down to prevent the spread of the deadly disease. Korean restaurant Kong Tofu & Korean BBQ on Stevens Creek...

BSU members cooking scrambled eggs to distribute to unhoused residents later  on Nov. 20, 2021. The club partnered with BLACK Outreach, a San Jose based social justice and community service organization. Courtesy of Aminata Henry.

Amid struggles for De Anza Clubs to maintain momentum, Black Student Union gets involved in local community

Jerry Chen, Reporter | June 14, 2022

The Black Student Union (BSU) at De Anza College is returning with a set of new officers for the year 2022-2023. Moving forward, the club is planning more in-person meetings and activities all with the...

Nirvana Soul cofounder and CMO, BeAnka Ashaolu, at the new location in Cupertino.

Black-and-woman owned coffee shop Nirvana Soul brings a sprinkle of ‘home’ to the Cupertino community

Georgina Munoz-Villanueva, Reporter | June 8, 2022

The popular Bay Area coffee shop, Nirvana Soul, celebrated the grand opening of its new location in Cupertino on April 30th. Nirvana Soul is a black-owned business that was first opened in 2020 in downtown...

Chef Hisham Abdelfattah, founder and owner of El Halal Amigos.

El Halal Amigos: From food truck to their first sit-down restaurant in downtown Willow Glen

Teddy Ha, Social Media Editor | June 7, 2022

In the midst of a pandemic that rocked everyone’s world, culinary chef Hisham Abdelfattah transformed his unique halal Mexican food truck, El Halal Amigos, into a sit-down brick-and-mortar restaurant...

Eunice Romero (left) and Yaneth Gutierrez (right)

Mother and daughter De Anza alumni break age barriers

Rahul Makhijani, Reporter | June 1, 2021
When Eunice Romero graduated from De Anza College in 2018, she was proud to be the first woman in her family to attend college. But Romero’s mother and biggest supporter, 43-year-old Yaneth Gutierrez, wasn’t cheering from the crowd — she was alongside Romero, graduating too.
Krupa Desai

Krupa Desai: full-time medical assisting student, full-time friend and mother

Amanda Nguyen, Reporter | April 12, 2021
Krupa Desai worked at Stanford's Children Health for a year and half before deciding to go into health technologies at De Anza College.
Load More Stories