La Voz News

Raising the minimum wage does more harm than good

Abhiram Rishi Prattipati, Staff Reporter

January 18, 2019

Increasing the minimum wage in California is beneficial to students who work, but is detrimental to employees and businesses of all demographics in the community as it can lead to competition, higher prices and other problems. With California’s diverse economic regions, increasing the wage to $15...

Students sing their hearts out during Club Karaoke

Students sing their hearts out during Club Karaoke

Ruben Campos, Staff Reporter

October 8, 2018

Update on myPortal

Update on myPortal

Jocelyn Hernandez, Staff Reporter

October 2, 2018

The Foothill - De Anza Community College district released a newly updated portal on Tuesday, Sept. 4. Everything is placed onto an “Apps” page and allows users to personalize their portal using a new drag and drop feature. It also allows users to search for whatever service or app they need, ...

Japanese drummers bring cultural diversity to De Anza College’s Welcome Week

Japanese drummers bring cultural diversity to De Anza College’s Welcome Week

Natalie Vivian Valencia, Features Editor

October 2, 2017

De Anza College’s “Welcome Week” for incoming freshman and returning students went with a bang- literally as San Jose Taiko, a Japanese American drumming group, greeted students in the Campus Center. Five drummers banged to the beat of the drum in unison, dressed in bright colors and tradit...

Hungry much? Best places to eat around De Anza campus

Hungry much? Best places to eat around De Anza campus

Stacy Ardoin, Staff Reporter

September 28, 2017

If you are looking for a quick bite to eat or sit down meal before class starts, De Anza College sit near many great and accessible restaurants and spots near the campus. Coffee, the bane of existence for many college students is just right down the street for those who need a pick me up before class. To...

De Anza students travel to Kenya for archaeological research

De Anza students travel to Kenya for archaeological research

Justine Guerra, Staff Writer

September 19, 2015

Isaiah Nengo, an anthropology professor at De Anza College headed out to the Turkana Basin in Northern Kenya this summer, taking four De Anza college students with him: Paloma Zamora, Joecell Agamata, Jorge Contreras, and Justin Wang. This trip was part of a continued archaeological researc...

SJSU Students Protest Cuts

SJSU Students Protest Cuts

Rajvir Kaur, Staff Writer

March 5, 2015

San Jose State University social work students gathered in front of Tower Hall Friday Feb. 20, to rally against cuts to enrollments. Their protests were aimed at university president Mohammad H. Qayoumi, who is being accused of giving priority enrollments to the engineering and business departments. Donna...