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With an emphasis on connection, Foothill Technology High School (Foothill Tech) had its annual Kindness Week spanning from Feb. 12 to Feb. 15. The Associated Student Body (ASB) had daily activities for students including decorating the halls with hundreds of color-coordinated hearts with students’ names for Valentine’s Day.
Kindness Week brings Dragons together to share their spirit for the community
Aubrey Alderman, Reporter • February 18, 2024

Kindness and love was stirred around Foothill Technology High School (Foothill Tech) during Kindness Week, which was held from Feb. 12 to Feb. 15, 2024. Kindness Week was...

Merric Bayless ‘24 (number 9) puts pressure on Polytechnic’s defense as he runs the ball up the field. Bayless looks for an open teammate to pass the ball to with the hope of keeping the pressure on the Panthers.
Boys' soccer bests Polytechnic 2-1 to advance to the CIF semi finals
Chance Leandro, Reporter • February 19, 2024

The Foothill Technology High School (Foothill Tech) boys’ soccer team took to the pitch on Feb. 13, 2024, against Polytechnic High School (Polytechnic). The match took...

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While Valentines Day has been coined a capitalist holiday in the United States, its customary affectionate gifts and gestures are shared with other similar holidays worldwide.
The history of Valentine's Day
Lily Toreja, Writer • February 14, 2024

In the United States, Feb. 14 is known as the day of heart-shaped boxes, cute teddy bears and Hallmark’s soaring profits with their endless...

Car clubs from over Ventura County, Calif. gathered to share their cars with glittering rims, smooth paint jobs and unique decorations.
Lowriders of Ventura County: Cars and culture
Layla Solomon, Writer • February 18, 2024

10 car clubs from across Ventura County, Calif., gathered at California State University Channel Islands (CSU Channel Islands) to display their unique cars together, listen...

As streaming services continue to dominate our screens and dictate what media we are exposed to in our daily lives, its no wonder that their prices are steadily increasing. From Prime Video to Disney+ and Max, many consumers may find themselves alarmed as their favorite streaming service continues to slowly bring up their prices. Join writer Emilie Huovinen as she discusses the surge in costs.
Opinion: Streaming services are out of control
Emilie Huovinen, Writer • February 17, 2024

Streaming services have become cash cows for ad revenue, inflating their prices, drastically increasing ads and overall upsetting not only the viewers, but also the producers...

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