The Script

Chapter Two

Gretchen has a natural talent for tricking people into giving out their information.

Carina DeLorenzo, Staff Writer

May 27, 2018

Wilhelm’s, where she had worked until just now, listed itself as “in the business of data acquisition over the telephone.” Most people assumed this was a polite way of saying “Telemarketer.” This is what the description was meant to make you think. In reality, Gretchen spent her days there p...

Gretchen’s Holiday

An empty rolling chair sits in an office at Foothill College.

Carina DeLorenzo, Staff Writer

April 30, 2018

Michael was talking. He had been talking for a while now, but Gretchen had long since stopped listening. The importance of the speech was not in the words -- Michael could spend the next hour talking about nothing if he wished -- the true power was in the time it took up, in the unbreakable hold Mic...

Foothill College’s Second Business Innovation Challenge

Jeff Kirschner presents at the Business Innovation Challenge.

Daniel Jacobson, Staff Writer

March 14, 2018

On Friday, March 9th, the Business and Entrepreneurship Club at Foothill College hosted its second ever Business Innovation Challenge. The event was kicked off with a speech by keynote TED speaker Jeff Kirschner, founder of Litterati, an app that allows a user to photograph and document pieces of litte...

Market Meltdown: Nuclear is an Expensive Way to Reduce Emissions

Market Meltdown: Nuclear is an Expensive Way to Reduce Emissions

Senior Editor, William Robertson

April 14, 2017

In the early 1950s, many energy experts envisaged a “nuclear age”-- a world harnessing the power of the atom to provide cheap, clean energy for everyone. Nuclear energy never climbed above 10% of global energy generation. As America struggles to find a new landscape for energy production, the old...

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