Foothill College's Student News Publication

The Foothill Script

Foothill College's Student News Publication

The Foothill Script

Foothill College's Student News Publication

The Foothill Script

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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...

Universal basic income marchers in San Francisco.

Marchers demand universal basic income

Chloe Lischinsky
December 3, 2019

Daniel Watson wasn’t interested in politics until he heard Andrew Yang speak about universal basic income. Andrew Yang is a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate who wants to give every U.S. adult $1000...

Faculty gather in protest of withheld cost-of-living adjustments at a Foothill-De Anza District meeting in June.

Twenty-one faculty positions to be eliminated, health insurance under threat

A number of part-time faculty positions are slated to be eliminated at the end of this year. Insurance and other benefits hang in the balance.
Los Altos Hills Candidate Neil Ferrari stands on an island dividing traffic to campaign hours before voting finishes.

In rush-hour traffic, a City Council candidate meets voters and talks issues

Liza Mamedov-Turchinsky, Editor-in-Chief
November 6, 2018

Hours before polls closed, Los Altos Hills City Council Candidate Neil Ferrari stood in the road before Foothill College to attract voters by the curbside. “As long as you stay 100 feet away from...

Foothill College emergency medical services students train at the Sunnyvale campus.

Proposition 11, promoted as a public safety measure, disguises a labor dispute

David Pitt, Staff Writer
November 5, 2018
Proposition 11 resurfaces a decades-long debate over labor conditions between emergency workers and medical response companies.
Jose Antonio Vargas delivers a lecture during the Immigration Teach - In at Foothill College.

Immigration Teach-In: Breaking Misconceptions

Sarah Hamidi, Staff Writer
October 23, 2018

A panel of award winning journalists and professionals spoke during Foothill College’s first ever Immigration Teach-In last week. Keynote speakers included everyone from Pulitzer Prize winning authors...

A student fills out registration papers during Political Awareness Day at Foothill College.

How to register to vote

Logan Keifling and Script Staff
October 22, 2018
The deadline for voter registration in California is today, Oct. 22.
President Nguyen shares the story of her first voting experience.

California Primaries: How We Voted

Devaki Dikshit, Managing Editor
October 21, 2018

On June 5, 2018, voters throughout California participated in the primary election. The votes decided the top two candidates for a variety of offices. Most notably, they confirmed the top two contenders...

Bruce Swenson, president of the Board of Trustees, addresses the room.

The Story of Work-to-Contract

Daniel Jacobson, Staff Writer
June 20, 2018

“Fellow faculty, At the negotiations session this afternoon, FA and the District reached a tentative agreement for compensation for 2017-18 and 2018-19.  While all the details are not yet finalized,...

A student stands in the rain in front of a building at Foothill College.

Foothill Students and Faculty Respond to Work-To-Contract Strike

Daniel Jacobson, Staff Writer
June 14, 2018
Two weeks of continued faculty protests for fair pay have left impacts on the Foothill community.
Santa Clara City Council members begin Tuesdays meeting without Dominic Caserta.

Dominic Caserta Resigns Hours Before Santa Clara City Council Censure, More Victims Come Forward

Dominic Caserta was censured by Santa Clara City Council on Tuesday as more victims came forward.
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