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IEW: Ron Herman and the Cuban Artistic Revolution

IEW: Ron Herman and the Cuban Artistic Revolution

Stephen So, Staff Writer

November 22, 2017


Filed under Arts & Culture, Featured, Foothill Life

“There is a new revolution in Cuba, but it is an artistic one,” said Professor Ron Herman, chair of photography at Foothill College. On November 16th, Herman gave a talk about the Cuban Artistic Revolution at the Hearthside Lounge, bringing students on a visual journey to Cuba with photographs taken by ...

International Education Week: A Native Perspective on Climate Change

International Education Week: A Native Perspective on Climate Change

Aditi Pandey, Staff Writer

November 17, 2017


Filed under Arts & Culture, Featured, Foothill Life, Science + Tech

“My grandfather was brought to boarding schools run by missionaries...they killed the Indian but kept the man,” Rochelle Diver described of her family’s history in the United States. Diver spoke to Foothill College students on Tuesday in the Hearthside Lounge, as part of International Education Week, co-sponsored by Native American Herit...

Slipping in the Rain: Please Walk Carefully!

Slipping in the Rain: Please Walk Carefully!

Cynthia Li, Staff Writer

November 17, 2017


Filed under Arts & Culture, Foothill Life

It is now raining like a summer day in my hometown. I did hear that California is in a drought. Am I supposed to feel happy? Then I slipped with one knee to the floor, on the way from the bus stop to the class, while I was having messy thought streams in my head like usual. My reflex is quick: thank...

Location: Kelley Park

Location: Kelley Park

Devaki Dikshit, Staff Writer

November 14, 2017


Filed under Arts & Culture

I found abandoned railroads tend To blend remarkably well With drying trees and copper leaves For the tracks disappeared as they fell. The whole world seems to float in fog, The sun so close I could've kissed It's rising rays, cool and bright Suspended in the morning mist. And perhaps it...

The Transformation

The Transformation

Sophia Falco, Contributor

November 4, 2017


Filed under Arts & Culture

Dirt, rubble, hunger, dead weeds, broken glass broken dreams. The smell of carbon dioxide pollutes the streets and fills the lungs of young and old and their empty stomachs greedy businessmen, dressed in their rich stuffy suits and so-called red power ties replace purity with carbon dioxide. ...

Corgi-Con!

Sheryl Guiao, Staff Photographer

October 27, 2017


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Staff Photographer Sheryl Guiao attended Corgi-Con in San Francisco last weekend! Check out the pups below.

4 Quick Steps for Cut-Off Fashion

4 Quick Steps for Cut-Off Fashion

Tracee Carter, Staff Writer

July 21, 2017


Filed under Arts & Culture

Summertime has always been revered for it’s ability to make people strip down to the bare minimum.  Whether your gym bodied or nowhere near it, when the sun comes out there isn’t a jacket in sight.  One of the most popular things to do, once reserved for women but now beloved by men alike, is th...

Weathered Style

Weathered Style

Tracee Carter, Staff Writer

June 19, 2017


Filed under Arts & Culture

These days, it seems as though the weather insists on playing games with our emotions. It’s far from unusual to wake up to the sound of light rain; leave the house just as the sun is coming out; take lunch to the windiest of conditions; then finally hit the road home with the backdrop of an insufferable...

The Earth and Us

The Earth and Us

Crystal Davidson, Contributor

June 12, 2017


Filed under Arts & Culture

On an electromagnetic spectrum The naked human eye Only sees a minuscule drop of the universe. For here in the now lies Colorful clouds, Indigo skies, and Elements aloud. Where daydreams & nightmares come out to play. Where musical melodies exude from raindrops. Where - Each step you...

Memory

Memory

Milena Trbovic, Contributor

June 3, 2017


Filed under Arts & Culture

1. "Very small spaces in the distant places where the one lays and forgets the plays of the childhood games that it once played."   2. "In the deep, dark woods there laid a big shadow, a shadow of memories where i once played, and the forgotten smile that i...

Stand, Fight

Stand, Fight

Jazzi Mason, Senior Editor

May 16, 2017


Filed under Arts & Culture

I tremble, with fear. I feel it close in, so near. Knees locked, I stand and quiver beyond eyesight.   Falsely ready to fight.   Steely complexion shining, a faulty glint. Hands appear loose, fingertips clenched. Desperately holding to something perhaps not meant. &nb...

The Painting Man

The Painting Man

Jazzi Mason, Senior Editor

May 13, 2017


Filed under Arts & Culture, Featured

THE PAINTING MAN HE DREAMS IN COLOR THAT MAN THAT TAPS HIS FOOT AND CREATES MUSIC IN ANOTHER VERSE HIS PRINTS BRING FORTH SPRING HIS WORDS CRACKLE AND POP THE ASH BRINGS FORTH LIFE RAINS OF DUSTS IN MAGENTA HE GLOWS GOLDEN IN THE DARK AND IS THE LIGHT A LIGHT WITHIN THAT DANCES ON WATER RIPPL...

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