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Miles Voci

Staff Reporter, La Voz News (De Anza College - Winter '19)

Location icon United States

Miles Voci, 3rd year college student, aspiring journalist. CA.

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DASB elections Q&A: Student trustee

Max Chen, Genevieve Kolar, Jeff Lydon and Robert Andrade III are the candidates running for De Anza's 2019-2020 Student Trustee. Lydon and Andrade could not be reached. Students can vote through MyPortal from March 4 - 8. All interviews were conducted individually. Q: Why do you think you are fit to be Student Trustee?

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Hardworking warriors of De Anza College sports: Coaches

Women's basketball coach, Mike Allen Coming from a humble background, raised in a single parent home, De Anza College's women's basketball head coach Michael Allen is no stranger to adversity. His passion for basketball and his commitment to make his mother proud, pushed him to work hard and lead him to success, winning national championships...

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'Captain Marvel' outshines superhero empowerment

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is perennially the box office's biggest contributor, popularizing superheroes like Iron Man, Spider-Man and Thor to a worldwide level. With their 21st film in this heavily extended superhero universe, the debut of "Captain Marvel" is far from disappointing. The film stars Brie Larson as the titular character, supported by Samuel L....

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Money buys happiness on Valentines Day

No form of currency can buy you happiness, but when Valentine's Day comes around money is the name of the game. According to an annual report done by the National Retail Federation, Valentine's Day spending is projected to be around $20.7 billion for 2019. This tops the previous record of $19.7 billion set in 2016....

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Dons Baseball struggle in second loss of season

De Anza College's baseball team fell to their second loss of the season on Tuesday, Jan. 29, losing by a score of 11-3. The visiting Santa Rosa Bearcats took advantage of a big eight inning were they scored eight runs. A tightly contested match throughout, the Dons scored two consecutive runs at the bottom of...

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Free tuition for community college?

PRO: Incentive for students to achieve more, without paying more By Miles Voci Education should be a right, not a monetized business, and Gov. Gavin Newsom's new $40 million budget plan to help fund an additional year of tuition-free community college for California provides the aid students desperately need.