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Taking a Look! The Script reviews Foothill’s Odd Couple

Taking a Look! The Script reviews Foothill’s Odd Couple

Sophia Nikravesh, Senior Editor

June 3, 2017


Filed under Featured, Foothill Life, Reviews

  The Odd Couple’s quick, witty, Gilmore Girls-esque dialogue, accompanied by an intimate setting, provides an excellent escape for any students in dire need of a distraction from midterms. The chemistry between each of the character groups, whether it be the group of girlfriends or the ti...

Appeal of a Non-Traditional Student: Extended Admission Essay

Appeal of a Non-Traditional Student: Extended Admission Essay

Jazzi Mason, Senior Editor

May 26, 2017


Filed under Foothill Life

I was broken open and the next arduous months filled me with visions of my black kin fading under the abuse of power, my Syrian cousins drowning in a sea of wind-whipped canvas, and my kindred sisters ripped from their own bodies as living phantoms. Nothing of me is original. I am the combined effort of everyone I’ve known and am yet to know.

Club Profile: Honors Connection Club

Club Profile: Honors Connection Club

Juliana Duperron, Contributor

May 24, 2017


Filed under Foothill Life

  The Honors Connection Club was started back in Winter 2015. This club’s aim is to connect honors and non-honors students to build a community based on growth and friendship. You can tell that the part about friendship is true: everyone in the club seemed to be there to hang out with each ...

Foothill Remembers A Forgotten Tragedy

Foothill Remembers A Forgotten Tragedy

Riya Arora, Contributor

May 17, 2017


Filed under Foothill Life

Bangladesh: a country bordered by India and Myanmar and the Bay of Bengal in the south witnessed a genocide in 1971 that barely registers on the national consciousness. Foothill student Kareeda Kabir took the initiative of bringing light to the Bangladesh Genocide and shared her knowledge with students...

Seeking Employment: The Dilemma of Meaningful Research Opportunities for Community College Students

Seeking Employment: The Dilemma of Meaningful Research Opportunities for Community College Students

Ronnie Miller, Staff Writer, Senior Editor

May 5, 2017


Filed under Foothill Life

“What classes are you taking this summer?” I asked a friend of mine in one of my classes. My question was met with a scowl. “I’m not sure. Depends if I can find something meaningful to do instead.” “What do you mean?” “Well, ideally I could get an internship relevant to what I’m studying. But tha...

ASFC Presidential Debate

ASFC Presidential Debate

May 1, 2017


Filed under Foothill Life

On April 28th, The Script hosted Foothill's first ASFC Presidential Debate! Candidates answered questions on ranging from student on-campus involvement to financial issues to ASFC inaction. Moderators: William Robertson and Sean MacPherson.

Better This Way: How Campus Involvement Revived My Passion for Academics

Better This Way: How Campus Involvement Revived My Passion for Academics

Ronnie Miller, Senior Editor

April 16, 2017


Filed under Foothill Life

“Okay. If I have class from 10:00-11:50 and then again from 2:00-3:50, that means if it takes me 20 minutes to get home and 20 minutes to drive back, I’ll have an hour and a half to go home and watch a few episodes of 30 Rock.” “Man, that Marine Biology class looks really interesting, but ...

My Story: A UC Personal Statement

My Story: A UC Personal Statement

Foothill Student

April 14, 2017


Filed under Foothill Life

Early on in my life, my confused, panicked father calmed me down by telling me the story of the East Asian Financial Crisis that broke in September 1997. I was three weeks old, and he was trying to change my diaper. My political indoctrination began early. Since then, I existed largely independent f...

Op-Ed: Financing College is a Bureaucratic Clown Fiesta

Op-Ed: Financing College is a Bureaucratic Clown Fiesta

William Robertson, Senior Editor

April 14, 2017


Filed under Foothill Life, Opinion, Opinion + Politics

In April 2015, as I was getting ready to graduate High School, it became obvious I was not going to get into a college I wanted. The simple reason was that I had not applied to colleges that suited me: I was overwhelmed by the application process, didn’t use the tools at my disposal to fine-tune my ...

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