A Celebration of Ingenuity: Fall STEM Showcase

A Celebration of Ingenuity: Fall STEM Showcase

Stephen So, Staff Writer

December 13, 2017


Filed under Foothill Life

Near the end of every quarter, the STEM center organizes a gathering for Foothill students to showcase their projects from various fields — mathematics, chemistry, physics, artificial intelligence, and computer science. This fall, the 8th quarterly showcase event was held on December 8 in the STEM ...

What Constitutes Sexual Harassment?

What Constitutes Sexual Harassment?

Devaki Dikshit, Staff Writer

December 10, 2017


Filed under Foothill Life

I hated physics. Not the subject, not the work, but the class I had to sit through every morning in high school. I wasn’t bored. I was uncomfortable, and so were many of my friends. On one occasion I saw my teacher tease a classmate on her form-fitting dress: “You’re looking to attract the boys, ar...

Food for thought Thursdays: Immigration Policy

Food for thought Thursdays: Immigration Policy

Aditi Pandey, Contributor

December 9, 2017


Filed under Featured, Foothill Life, Local News

“The whole immigrant population isn’t facing the same thing, but they’re facing similar things,” Teresa Castellanos, of the Santa Clara County Office of Immigrant Relations, described of two-thirds of the population of Santa Clara County.   Many students attending college are affected or know som...

Electric Motorcycles: Urban Eco-Transportation of Tomorrow

Electric Motorcycles: Urban Eco-Transportation of Tomorrow

Elliot Hu, Contributor

December 8, 2017


Filed under Featured, Foothill Life, Science + Tech

You may have seen Foothill's mobile police units around campus, either on patrol or helping students and faculty with things like door locks and security. What you may not have noticed is the department’s choice of electric motorcycles. Looking to simultaneously reduce emissions and improve operating...

Finals 101: Study Tips From Foothill Students to Help You Survive Finals

Finals 101: Study Tips From Foothill Students to Help You Survive Finals

Natasha Tj, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017


Filed under Featured, Foothill Life

On a blissful crisp Friday afternoon, brown leaves whirled around my feet as I stood at Foothill’s library quad. The mystifying colors of the sun shone into the fountain glistening brightly as the breeze bitterly blew over my shoulder, giving me that tingling, welcoming sensation of fall...except it’s...

Preview: Men’s Basketball take on the Feather River Golden Eagles

Preview: Men’s Basketball take on the Feather River Golden Eagles

Brian So, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017


Filed under Foothill Life, Sports

The Foothill College Men's basketball team, (5-4) so far, will face the (7-2) Feather River Golden Eagles at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the Main Gymnasium at Foothill College. This will be the first and only matchup between these two teams this season. Last game's starters: Owls: Aaron Moore (1), Matt McAnd...

Clay Bodies Annual Sale

Clay Bodies Annual Sale

Script Staff

December 7, 2017


Filed under Featured, Foothill Life

The Clay Bodies Ceramics club is selling student made pottery outside the Campus Center plaza this week at an affordable rate. Students that sell a personal piece are given a percentage for their work, and the rest is given back into the Ceramics club for art supplies including clay, art events, and...

“The SantaLand Diaries” arrives at Foothill

“The SantaLand Diaries” arrives at Foothill

Ryan Sherod, Staff Writer

December 6, 2017


Filed under Arts & Culture, Foothill Life

The highly anticipated TheatreWorks Silicon Valley touring production of The SantaLand Diaries has finally arrived at Foothills Lohman Theater, directed by Jeffrey Lo (as his TheatreWorks debut) and starring Max Tachis as David/Crumpet the elf. Performances begin today, December 6th, 2017 at 8:00pm. The...

Preserving a Town Founded by Former Slaves

Preserving a Town Founded by Former Slaves

Stephen So, Staff Writer

December 6, 2017


Filed under Arts & Culture, Foothill Life

Yesterday, the Humanities Lecture Series presented “Nicodemus, Kansas: Where Do We Go From Here?” featuring Dr. Ashley Adams, Program Coordinator of the Humanities Mellon Scholars Program. Dr. Adams completed her dissertation research on Nicodemus, Kansas, an African American town founded in 1877 by former slaves who left Kentucky after the...

De-Stress Fest Day 3 Preview: Memorial for Mental Health

De-Stress Fest Day 3 Preview: Memorial for Mental Health

Clayton Nagle, Staff Writer

December 5, 2017


Filed under Foothill Life

On Wednesday, December 6 from 12-1 PM, the Associated Students of Foothill College (ASFC) are collaborating with the Psychology Club to host "Rest in Peep: Memorial for Mental Health.” America has a mental health problem; we as a nation and as a community need to work together to be more accepting o...

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