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The Foothill Script

The Bold Artistry of a Chicana Visionary
The Bold Artistry of a Chicana Visionary
Emilio Gutierrez, Staff Writer
June 12, 2023
Cecelia Pérez work illustrates strong women, stylish cars, and elements of old and young generations...
Getting to know Dr. Kristina Whalen - Foothill College's New President
Tamar Grosskopf, Foreign Correspondent
April 25, 2023

A former educator, administrator, and advocate for education, Dr. Kristina Whalen, Foothill Colleges’ new President, presents a strong portfolio...

Undocumented Student Action Week
Undocumented Student Action Week
Camila Mendoza, Reporter
December 11, 2023

The migration of people to countries like the United States has been increasing disproportionately over the years, both through legal and non-legal immigration. Many times, individuals arrive in this...

Participant takes in Judy Walgrens Photos
“We Are Worth Everything: Survivors as Themselves” Photo Exhibit
Linda Kincaid, Reporter
November 9, 2023

After a six-year absence, Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Judy Walgren returned to Foothill College Photography Department.  The exhibit “We Are Worth Everything: Survivors as Themselves” highlights...

CampusConnect: A Web App by and for Foothill Students
CampusConnect: A Web App by and for Foothill Students
Emilio Gutiérrez, Staff Writer
November 3, 2023

Do you have trouble making friends or connections with others at Foothill? Perhaps the friends you made last quarter are ostensibly MIA because your new schedules don't match up or they transferred out....

Foothill is GOATED!
Foothill is GOATED!
Joaquin Arig and CJ Toledo
November 2, 2023

The Veterinary Technology Program is one of the many programs offered at Foothill College. Program Director Shaelyn Stonge-Cole granted the Foothill Script a visit to their facilities to showcase the...

Protestors Take Over the Bay Bridge
Protestors Take Over the Bay Bridge
Griffin O'shea, Staff Writer
November 19, 2023

For nearly four hours on November 16th, the Bay Bridge was closed down by pro-Palestine protesters in the wake of the Asian-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum being hosted in San Francisco. APEC...

Learning Disabilities and Higher Education
Learning Disabilities and Higher Education
Sophie Singh, Staff Writer
June 5, 2023

Nearly 19% of college students have a learning disability. While 94% of students with disabilities receive accommodations throughout their K-12 journeys, yet only 17% receive accommodations in postsecondary...

Photo by Thompson Wong. Possible Self Expo Participants visit and interact with volunteers from the Data Science and AI Club
Foothill College hosts STEAM Experiential: The Possible Self
Joaquin Arig, Editor-in-Chief
May 10, 2023

FOOTHILL – STEMentors Silicon Valley in partnership with Foothill College and the Science Learning Institute (SLI), hosts the Possible Self Expo, part of a larger three-day STEAM (Science, Technology,...

The Forgotten Pandemic: The Age of Loneliness
The Forgotten Pandemic: The Age of Loneliness
Griffin O'Shea, Staff Writer & Copy Editor
May 10, 2023
The Covid-19 Pandemic destroyed our collective way of life, and we as a society are...
Derailing the Community College Stigma
Derailing the Community College Stigma
Jane Cotter, Contributor
May 8, 2023

I had the privilege of only applying to four-year universities when I was a senior in High School and would be accepted into some of these schools. I had the privilege of spending three years at a university...

Journalism Is Dying and its on us to save it
Journalism Is Dying and it's on us to save it
Griffin O'Shea, Staff Writer & Copy Editor
May 4, 2023

Foothill Community College has had a journalism problem for the past sixteen years. The Sentinel, which was the original school paper that ran from 1958 - 2007, met the chopping block after a controversial...

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ChatGPT: Has technology made things too easy?
Justin Allahyari, Staff Writer
February 25, 2023
If a tool can do in a few seconds what takes you 30 minutes, then you’d be a fool not to use it, right?
New California law will benefit college athletes who need to make ends meet
New California law will benefit college athletes who need to make ends meet
Larry Larkin
December 3, 2019

California Senate Bill 206, known as the Fair Pay to Play Act, will allow college athletes to get paid for the use of their name, image, and likeness.  The bill was written by California Senators Nancy...

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