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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

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.
Photo provided by Christina Johnson

De Anza health technologies student finds her passion in medical assisting

Amanda Nguyen, Reporter | March 19, 2021

After years as a veterinary technician, Christina Johnson wanted to be in the medical field, helping people. At 29, she has completed certificates for medical assisting, EKG, and phlebotomy and works as...

He learns, to educate others

He learns, to educate others

Jodi Wong, Features Editor | March 16, 2021

For Zack Wilson, training in De Anza College’s medical assisting program serves as an avenue to educate others about health and well-being. While studying for his courses, Wilson, 26, discusses the...

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Bryan Reece, De Anza College presidential candidate, searching for a new start in unprecedented times

Kathleen Quinn, Editor-in-Chief | May 18, 2020

Bryan Reece, a presidential candidate for De Anza College, who was a favorite of students at his previous Norco College, is looking to start over in the Bay Area after being let go without cause. Reece...

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Lloyd Holmes, De Anza College presidential candidate, hopes to share life message of acceptance through hardship, struggle

Kathleen Quinn, Editor-in-Chief | May 17, 2020

A student came into the student center at Coastal Carolina University, where Lloyd Holmes was working at the time, with a tattoo on his wrist that said ‘life is beautiful.’ “He said to me, ‘I...

New DASB president plans to increase financial aid, inspired by own financial hardships

New DASB president plans to increase financial aid, inspired by own financial hardships

Gloria Delgado, Reporter | April 30, 2020

When Katelyn Pan’s father had surgery, medical bills began to pile up, she was forced to sacrifice her high school extracurriculars, now she is the incoming DASB Senate President. “That made me...

Student Success Center coordinator to retire

Student Success Center coordinator to retire

Elsa Castro, Staff Reporter | January 31, 2019

After serving the Foothill-De Anza community for over 30 years, Stephanie Pham, Academic Skills Center program coordinator of the Student Success Center, will retire at the end of this year. Pham’s...

De Anza Anime Club brings a sense of community for its members

Stephanie Lam, Staff Reporter | May 2, 2018

Council chamber A is filled with chatter as both new and old Anime club members arrive for the first meeting of the spring quarter. Extra tables are pulled out and pushed to the back of the room for...

Brian Murphy speaks about future of De Anza

Brian Murphy speaks about future of De Anza

Andrew Shinjo, Staff Reporter | May 2, 2018

After 14 years as president of De Anza College, Brian Murphy leaves confident in the continuing success of De Anza. Murphy said when he first came to De Anza, the school was already well-established. “It...

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