The Script

Perspective: How Poetry Saved Me

Drawing by Kaimar Liivamagi

Eman Magzoub, Staff Writer

April 12, 2018

I suppressed my creativity for most of my life because I forced myself to believe I wasn’t creative. When I went through a traumatic experience that ignited years of depression, I was distraught, and did not know how to express my emotions. A good friend of mine advised me to write down my feeling...

Foothill College’s First Ever “Foothill’s Got Talent”

Emily Aung opens the Enactus club's first ever Foothill's Got Talent.

Daniel Jacobson, Staff Writer

March 16, 2018

On Friday, March 9th, Foothill College’s social entrepreneurship club Enactus hosted its first ever talent show, Foothill’s Got Talent. The event served as a fundraiser for sending Enactus members to Mindoro -- an island in the Philippines -- over the summer, where they hope to complete several serv...

Moving Poetry: Stories in Transit

Moving Poetry: Stories in Transit

Devaki Dikshit, Editor

February 15, 2018

The Walls as Seen from a Train Station: South San Francisco I wondered if he had felt sick Because the walls along the tracks were Gashed with dents, soaked in gray Neglect. I wondered if he had felt joy, Taking and turning them into a toy His hands and his cheeks splattered with splotches Of s...

Location: Kelley Park

Photo by Devaki Dikshit.

Devaki Dikshit, Staff Writer

November 14, 2017

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

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. ...

Takes Two to Tango

Takes Two to Tango

Jadine Ong Veluya, Contributor

May 12, 2017

"It takes two to tango" but only one of us wanted to dance. I said no, You said yes.   You dragged me onto the dance floor anyways           you danced me through the music's syncopated beats           but my heart beat faster than the silent music. I wasn't dancing with you-...

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