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Bringing fun back into the virtual classroom with new Zoom filters

Lila Ettedgui-Scott, Writer | December 4, 2020

High school classes are no longer confined to a classroom at Foothill Technology High School (Foothill Tech). Students can attend online classes from any kind of learning environment. Suddenly, a full...

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The college applications dilemma

Nicole Stidham, Reporter | November 24, 2020

Just as the seniors at Foothill Technology High School (Foothill Tech) log in to Zoom to begin their final year of high school, college applications for the fall of 2021 are lurking around the corner,...

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Streets without cars: how the pandemic has changed downtown America

Jonah Billings, Writer | November 10, 2020

If you head over to Main Street Ventura right now, you will probably notice something is out of the ordinary. People wearing masks walk freely in the middle of the street, and dining tables occupy parking...

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The fight for equality continues: Justice in the Classroom

Kaitlynn Dibblee, Writer | November 10, 2020

In 2020, we've seen an increased amount of activism wordlwide, with movements like Black Lives Matter making headlines in recent months. Young people have shown to be increasingly empowered to take part...

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Suppliers of the imagination: Timbre Books

Chloe Scofield, Reporter | November 7, 2020

Whether it be a picture book, memoir, short story or a novel, Ventura’s newest independent bookstore, Timbre Books, has a home for it. Opening merely three weeks ago, on Oct. 17, this small bookshop...

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life and legacy

Lila Ettedgui-Scott, Writer | October 15, 2020

On Sept. 18, 2020, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, aged 87, passed away. The actions completed throughout the course of her life have left behind a colossal impact on the United States of America....

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