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Co-hosts Aisha Chabane and Zahra Muzaffar sat down with the director of “9 to5 The Musical” Milissa Carey, as well as Aaron Hurley, who takes on the role of Franklin Hart Jr. 

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In Wake of Israeli – Palestinian conflict, Foothill students side with Peace

Devaki Dikshit, Staff Writer | February 9, 2018

On December 6th, 2017, Trump shocked nations worldwide in a statement formally declaring Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. “This is nothing, more or less, than a recognition of reality,” he went on, justifying the abrupt decision. “It is the right thing to do. It’s something that has to be done.” The announcement came along with intent to relocate the US embassy. As of 2017, 86 nations, in...

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Perspective: Oprah 2020 — a leader for our nation?

Ryan Sherod, Staff Writer | January 24, 2018

At the 2017 Golden Globe Awards, Oprah Winfrey received the Cecil B. DeMille Award for outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment. Oprah gave a televised speech that inspired a viral movement, #Oprah2020, urging the philanthropist to run for office in the next election. Oprah Winfrey has her own empire -- comprised of media, movies, television, humanitarianism, and charitable efforts...

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Dr. Tom Chatfield on Fake News, Critical Thinking, and the Internet

Ben Klein, Editorials Editor | February 16, 2018

Dr. Tom Chatfield, a philosopher of technology and bestselling author, visited Foothill on February 5th to discuss fake news, disinformation, and critical thinking in public discourse -- a subject that Dr. Chatfield recently wrote a book on. I spoke with Dr. Chatfield extensively after the event about his thoughts on rhetoric in the information age.   What would you say is the biggest issue around critical thinking facing the public today? I think one of the grea...

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Government Shutdown: Who’s to Blame and How This Affects You

Ryan Sherod, Staff Writer | January 30, 2018

What exactly does it mean when the government shuts down? At first glance, the phrase “government shutdown” seems to allude to an event of catastrophic proportions. In reality though, the government is just doing what it does best: disagreeing. Unlike many day-to-day disagreements, however, a government shutdown has a wide reach and impacts the daily life of many Americans. A government shut...

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