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On the bench ft. Mr. Baker

Jenna Ostrom, Videographer | September 24, 2021

Mr. Baker is a rather relaxed teacher who gives kids a grasp on learning, while he himself never loses the wheel. Mr. Baker has many hobbies outside of school, one of them being gardening. The garden...

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Let’s debunk those common COVID-19 vaccine myths

Emma Ippolito, Writer | May 29, 2021

Thanks to a variety of COVID-19 vaccines being distributed across America and the world, the pandemic is slowly coming to an end. Opinions on the vaccine vary, and a plethora of COVID-19 vaccine myths...

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“Seaspiracy”: Secrets of the Deep

Kami Kada, Writer | April 30, 2021

A new documentary on Netflix called “Seaspiracy” has shocked viewers with its brutal facts and disclosed information regarding our ocean and the planet’s health. The director, Ali Tabrizi went out...

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Eight things you can do to help the environment

Emma Ippolito, Reporter | April 26, 2021

Right now, our climate is suffering. Animals are getting killed by toxic chemicals in our waterways and by trash that finds its way to our ocean. Air is slowly becoming less and less breathable as it absorbs...

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Foothill Tech staff opinions vary on COVID-19 vaccine

Olivia Zoll, Reporter | March 26, 2021

Disclaimer: The results shared are from an anonymous poll of 29 Foothill Technology High School (Foothill Tech) teachers and staff. As Ventura County enters the red COVID-19 tier, schools are pushing...

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Science Hub: “The Christmas Star”, Texas deep-freeze

Olivia Zoll and Nicole Stidham | February 23, 2021

The “Christmas Star”: A celestial race between Jupiter and Saturn On Dec. 21, 2020, the conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn, dubbed the “Christmas Star” was the most visible than it has been in...

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