La Voz News

De Anza faculty get one time raise, retirement plan

Jocelyn Hernandez, Staff Reporter

November 8, 2018

The Foothill-De Anza Faculty Association ratified a deal with the district resulting in a temporary five percent pay raise for faculty on Thursday, Oct. 11. Three-hundred six faculty members voted in favor of ratifying the salary settlement and two opposed, according to an email from Faculty Associa...

Police Chief Ron Levine to retire

Police Chief Ron Levine to retire

Abhiram Rishi Prattipati, Web Editor

October 12, 2018

Foothill-De Anza Police Chief Ronald Levine will retire on Dec. 20, after serving since 1972. “I am very proud of my career and my achievements; both personally and organizationally, that I have been able to accomplish,” Levine wrote in an email to La Voz. Levine started as a cadet at the San Mateo Cou...

Brian Murphy speaks about future of De Anza

Brian Murphy speaks about future of De Anza

Andrew Shinjo, News Editor

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 had strong leadership; it had superb faculty; it had an excellent district; it had a good...

Brian Murphy: 14 years of student activism

Brian Murphy: 14 years of student activism

Andrew Shinjo, News Editor

April 20, 2018

De Anza College President Brian Murphy will be retiring on June 29 at age 73 because of health issues, but faculty members say the accomplishments of his 14-year-presidency will carry on. The Foothill-De Anza District plans to hire a 1.5-year interim president to handle $7.5 million in planned cutbacks. Murphy...